Day: October 3, 2019

TikTok opts out of paid political advertising entirely

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Wachiwit via Getty Images While other social networks grapple with complex issues of political speech, growing video platform TikTok has decided not to allow political ads of any kind. We’ll have to see how that ban works in practice, as the company’s list of disallowed material includes “paid ads that […]

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‘Harley Quinn’ series debuts on DC Universe November 29th

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links DC The Harley Quinn animated series DC promised way back in 2017 finally has a premiere date for DC Universe — as the character said in the show’s trailer, “Unlike that Deadpool cartoon, it’s actually coming out.” Harley Quinn will land on DC’s streaming service on November 29th, the comic […]

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Petes overpower Troops 5-2

North Bay Nugget Luke Moncada of the North Bay Battalion competes with Max Grondin of the Peterborough Petes in first-period action in the teams’ Ontario Hockey League game Thursday night at Memorial Gardens. Moncada scored his first goal of the season shorthanded in the second period. Sean Ryan Photo Mason McTavish scored two goals to […]

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Jets drop wild affair to Rangers as leaky defence begins to show

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Rangers defenceman Jacob Trouba scores a goal during the second period of NEw York’s 6-4 win against the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) Brett Howden broke a tie with 4:09 remaining, and the New York Rangers beat the Winnipeg Jets 6-4 in a wild season opener […]

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Hurricanes score late equalizer before storming past Canadiens in shootout

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Carolina’s Martin Necas scores against Montreal goaltender Carey Price as defenceman Jeff Petry watches during the second period of the Hurricanes’ 4-3 shootout victory against the Canadiens on Thursday. (Gerry Broome/The Associated Press) The Carolina Hurricanes rode a second-half surge all the way to the Eastern Conference final […]

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Pioneer tells her story

Sudbury Star Book launch Sunday for one of the first women hired by Inco Cathy Mulroy John Lappa / John Lappa/Sudbury Star For more than 30 years, Cathy Mulroy worked for Inco and she kept a record of all her experiences – writing on paper towels, inside her cigarette package — all the while leaving […]

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Sudbury can lead low-carbon economy, candidates say  

Sudbury Star Bill Crumplin, candidate for the Green Party in Sudbury, speaks during a debate Thursday on issues of climate change and sustainability. He is flanked by Sean Paterson, candidate for the People’s Party of Canada, left, NDP candidate Beth Mairs and Paul Lefebvre, the Liberal incumbent. Jim Moodie/Sudbury Star Several federal election candidates highlighted […]

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A Rock solid month

Timmins Daily Press Timmins finishes September with a pair of home victories and a 6-1-1 record The Timmins Rock emerge victorious against the Soo Thunderbirds last Sunday to finish the month of September with an impressive 6-1-1 record, and sit in 2nd place in the NOJHL East Division. ANDREW AUTIO/For The Daily Press jpg, TD […]

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Theriault marks 20 years of ‘homeless nights’

Timmins Daily Press Students set to endure an evening of wet weather and sub-zero temperatures Cassandra Dibella, right, and Kara D’Arcangelo, both Grade 12 Thériault students, preparing for the “Homeless Night” activity on Thursday evening outside the École secondaire catholique Thériault. RICHA BHOSALE/The Daily Press jpg, TD Students at École secondaire catholique Thériault endured a […]

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Sudbury court: Man attacks nurse, woman downtown

Sudbury Star An inquest into the death of Marc Lafreniere will take place at the Sudbury court house on Elm Street in November. postmedia file photo A Greater Sudbury man who punched a Health Sciences North nurse in the head multiple times and assaulted a woman downtown in a separate attack has pleaded guilty to […]

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