Month: October 2019

Users complain iOS 13.2 is too aggressive in killing background apps

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Engadget iOS 13.2 can be pretty aggravating to use when you have to multitask across several apps, according to various user anecdotes. Even worse, that seems to be the case even if you have an iPhone 11 Pro or an iPad Pro. MacRumors has collected a bunch of user complaints […]

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Tkachuk’s between-the-legs beauty caps wild OT comeback for Flames

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Matthew Tkachuk, right, scored in the final minute of the third period and then potted the OT winner as the Calgary Flames topped the Nashville Predators 6-5 on Thursday. (Mark Zaleski/Associated Press) Matthew Tkachuk tied the game in the final minute of regulation and scored the winning goal […]

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Now Hulu subscribers can download and watch offline on Android

Engadget RSS Feed Apple TV+ is just hours from debuting and Disney+ will be here in a couple of weeks, giving Hulu less time to catch up with the pack in terms of streaming features. The video service finally added the ability to download shows for offline viewing earlier this month, but until now it […]

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One year of house arrest for repeat sex offender

Timmins Daily Press “Lenient sentence” accepted due to the fact the complainant did not want to testify — but the accused pleaded guilty anyway. Entrance to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Timmins. RON GRECH/The Daily Press jpg, TD A repeat sex offender from Iroquois Falls has once again been spared real jail time […]

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Inondations à Saint-André-d’Argenteuil : une solution permanente sera adoptée, dit Legault

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Une rue inondée de Saint-André-d’Argenteuil le 30 avril dernier. Photo : La Presse canadienne / Paul Chiasson Partagez via Facebook(Fenêtre modale) Facebook Partagez via Twitter(Fenêtre modale) Twitter Partagez via LinkedIn(Fenêtre modale) LinkedIn Partagez via Courriel(Fenêtre modale) Courriel Activer l’option d’impression du navigateur Imprimer Commentaires Isabelle Maltais Publié à 1 h 06 Le premier ministre François Legault affirme […]

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Winter parking restrictions effective Nov. 1

Timmins Daily Press Handout Not For Resale Supplied The winter on-street parking rules take effect Friday. Now until April 30, any vehicle parked on the street between the hours of 11:30 p.m. and 7:30 a.m. will be subject to a $50 fine and the vehicle may be towed at the expense of the owner (unless […]

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Haunted Trail success surpassed organizers’ expectations

Timmins Daily Press More than 3,500 people attended, helping to raise more than $19,000 for student bursaries and local youth groups. The Perreault family starting the Haunted Trail at Northern College on Saturday. Elena De Luigi/The Daily Press jpg, TD The turnout and amount of money raised from last weekend’s Haunted Trail was better than […]

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Sweet deals for trick-or-treaters

Timmins Daily Press Stacey Vachon, a law clerk with Barazzutti Strybos Barristers & Solicitors, drops some candy into a Halloween bucket held out by Brantley Duguais, 3. The law office on Third Avenue was one of at least 65 businesses located in the downtown area that welcomed young trick-or-treaters during the day on Halloween morning. […]

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City gets boost in provincial funding

Timmins Daily Press Timmins city hall The City of Timmins has received notice that its provincial funding through the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund (OMPF) has increased by $303,500 for 2020. The province has announced a $500 million investment in 389 municipalities across Ontario for the 2020 budget year with Timmins receiving $10,361,500 – an increase […]

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Iraq’s president promises new elections law and early polls amid protests

Washington Post He said that to avoid a constitutional vacuum, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, a focus of the protesters’ ire, would resign only if a replacement candidate were found. If the new electoral law is passed by parliament, Salih said, he would agree to early elections.  The law, he said, would “allow for elections that […]

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