Day: October 16, 2019

Donald Brashear, Tim Hortons et le difficile art de se relever

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles Donald Brashear Photo : Getty Images / Abelimages 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 Martin Leclerc Publié à 0 h 29 BILLET – La liste d’anciens joueurs (souvent d’anciens bagarreurs) de la LNH qui connaissent de […]

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California’s statewide earthquake alert system launches Thursday

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links A mobile phone customer looks at an earthquake warning application on their phone in Los Angeles on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019. ASSOCIATED PRESS In Mexico and Japan, warning systems that send out alerts for seismic events have been in place for years, but a similar setup for California has been […]

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Scheer says he expects the leader with most seats will form government

CBC | Politics News Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer sat for a televised interview with CTV’s Chief National News Anchor Lisa LaFlamme on Wednesday night. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press) Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he expects that all parties “will respect the fact” that whoever wins the most seats on Oct. 21 will be the one […]

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Skydio’s station lets self-flying drones work around the clock

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Skydio Skydio wants to make its self-flying drone useful to companies who want drones in the air at all times. It just revealed a Skydio 2 Dock system that lets the drone charge itself and, ideally, run with virtually no human intervention. The robotic flyer uses inertial and visual navigation […]

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John Carlson’s high-powered season continues as Capitals top Leafs

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Washington Capitals defenceman John Carlson scored a goal and added two assists to continue his hot start to the season in a 4-3 win over the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday. (Nick Wass/Associated Press) John Carlson scored and had two assists, giving the defenceman an NHL-high 14 […]

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Park renamed in honour of Fern Tremblay

Timmins Daily Press Mayor George Pirie, left, and Ward 1 Coun. Rock Whissell unveil the sign at the newly renamed Fernand Tremblay Park. A renaming ceremony was held Wednesday afternoon. RICHA BHOSALE/The Daily Press jpg, TD A community park in Mountjoy Township was formally renamed Wednesday in honour of the last reeve who headed Mountjoy […]

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Angus says defamation lawsuit politically driven

Timmins Daily Press Charlie Angus jpg, TD Charlie Angus, Timmins-James Bay candidate for the New Democratic Party, says a lawsuit alleging defamation was timed to coincide with the federal election being less than a week away. Angus’s response comes after former NDP executive Jonathan Richardson launched allegations of defamation against Angus, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, […]

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A century of service

Timmins Daily Press Men’s clothing store in Timmins celebrating its 100th anniversary Darren Taylor, owner of Steinberg and Mahn, left, and his dad Don, are celebrating 100 years of their family-run store’s service to the community. RICHA BHOSALE/The Daily Press jpg, TD Steinberg & Mahn Ltd., a men’s clothing store in Timmins, is celebrating 100 […]

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BILL-E is a cute robot that builds structures block by block

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Benjamin Jenett A new robotics breakthrough could revolutionalize how we build everything from airplanes to bridges and even massive superstructures. A team of researchers at the Massachusettes Institute of Technology’s Center for Bits and Atoms have created a new type of robot. The team calls their creation BILL-E, short for […]

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Police note decrease in cottage break-ins

Timmins Daily Press Marc Depatie Len Gillis / Len Gillis/The Daily Press A decrease in cottage break-ins in the Timmins area has caught the eye of the Timmins Police Service. Marc Depatie, Timmins Police’s corporate communications coordinator, said crime prevention and awareness programs have hardened the target, and Cottage Watch programs could be paying dividends […]

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