Day: October 1, 2019

‘Super Mario Maker 2’ update lets you play with friends online

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Nintendo Nintendo has finally rolled out the ability to play with friends online in Super Mario Maker 2. The game launched with online co-op and competitive modes, but you could only play with random people via matchmaking. If you wanted to play with friends, it would have to be via […]

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What’s on TV this week: ‘Mr. Robot’

Engadget RSS Feed This weekend Mr. Robot returns for its fourth and final season on USA, but it’s not the only thing worth watching. The Walking Dead is back for season number ten, while Netflix presents a new series Raising Dion, as well as new seasons of Big Mouth and Peaky Blinders. Fleabag star Phoebe […]

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Immigration top of mind at federal debate in North Bay

North Bay Nugget The federal election candidates in Nipissing-Timiskaming — Conservative Jordy Carr, left, Green Party candidate Alexander Gomm, People’s Party candidate Mark King, New Democrat Rob Boulet and Liberal Anthony Rota — stand at their podiums before the start of the YourTV debate, Tuesday night. Michael Lee/The Nugget jpg, NB This year’s candidates in […]

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La Vérif  : le Canada aide-t-il des régimes « corrompus », comme le dit Andrew Scheer? | Élections Canada 2019

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Le chef conservateur Andrew Scheer a promis de réduire les aides internationales canadiennes. Photo : getty images/istockphoto / Vladone 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 Romain Schué 2019-10-01 | Mis à jour hier à 20 h 44 Selon […]

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Sony puts PlayStation’s ‘Games of a Generation’ on sale

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Sony Some of the most notable PlayStation games are available at a decent discount over the next two weeks. Sony has put over a hundred titles on sale as part of its “Games of a Generation” event, with deals that include half off the original price. The company says the […]

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Seatbelt-related deaths up, OPP reports

North Bay Nugget There has been a 20 per cent spike in the number of seatbelt-related deaths this year compared to 2018, according to the Ontario Provincial Police. OPP report that 42 people who were not buckled up have died in collisions on OPP-patrolled roads so far this year, compared to 35 at the same […]

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Gallery Hop at the WKP a Great Success

North Bay Nugget Fonction, Faillite on now at the WKP Kennedy Gallery. Photo by Alix Voz jpg, NB Friday night’s Downtown Gallery Hop was a big hit with the public. Throughout the night the WKP Kennedy Gallery was packed with people looking to experience our newest exhibitions, the International Postcard Project and Fonction, Faillite while […]

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North Bay elementary teachers hold strike vote

North Bay Nugget Rob Hammond PJWILSON / SunMedia Elementary teachers in the Near North Teachers’ Local held a strike vote Monday in North Bay as the union plans to hold similar meetings across the province over the coming weeks. The Near North Teachers’ Local will hold two additional strike votes in Parry Sound Oct. 8 […]

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Man jailed year for child porn, child luring

North Bay Nugget Reginald Hutchinson broke down in tears and apologized for everything he has done before being handcuffed and led out of the courtroom to serve a one-year jail sentence, Tuesday. The 46-year-old North Bay man pleaded guilty to child luring and child pornography following an online relationship that started in 2013 with a […]

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Laroche adds experience, scoring touch to Rock lineup

Timmins Daily Press Brand new Timmins Rock winger David Laroche (92) glares at a chirping Soo Thunderbirds bench during Sunday afternoon’s 3-2 Rock win. Laroche played his first game on the top line with captain Derek Seguin (91) and Riley Robitaille (8). ANDREW AUTIO/For The Daily Press jpg, TD The Timmins Rock continue to tinker […]

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