NFL PICKS: Bilicki’s Week 2 selections

The lines are from Betway.com and the home teams in CAPs. Tampa Bay +7 over CAROLINA This was supposed to be an easy one for the Panthers but turned out to be anything but. There’s something wrong with the offence and it looks like it starts with the letters C-A-M. BALTIMORE -13 over Arizona The […]
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Spencer Avenue closed as emergency crews battle apartment fire
Firefighters are battling the blaze at an apartment building in the 190 block of Spencer Avenue.
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Tis the season to shop till we all drop!
Are you the person who did all your holiday shopping – last January? Planned all your parties with weeks to spare? Found everything you need? Not everyone is that organized, even if your buying from bricks and mortar or online. According to PC Financial, nearly half of Canadians – 49% – have experienced blowing their […]
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Ethics law forbids ex-minister Philpott from paid work for First Nation
OTTAWA — The federal ethics law has put a crimp in Jane Philpott’s plan to put her experience as a former minister of health and Indigenous services to work for the benefit of a northern Ontario First Nation. Just two weeks ago, Philpott announced that she was taking on a new role as special health […]
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Ontario’s four major teachers’ unions to make announcement on joint action
TORONTO — Ontario’s four major teachers’ unions will hold a joint news conference this morning to give an update on their ongoing contract talks with the province. The unions — which represent both elementary and high school teachers in public, Catholic and French boards — have provided little detail about the planned announcement. But last […]
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Ethics law forbids ex-minister Jane Philpott from paid work for First Nation
Philpott’s new job ran afoul of the Conflict of Interest Act, which stipulates that former ministers must adhere to a two-year “cooling-off period.”
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Climate activists scale European Union’s new headquarters as leaders meet
Around 30 of them, clad in red and wearing climbing gear had stood on ledges of the Europa building as police gathered below and a helicopter circled overhead.
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While you were sleeping: Salt truck slides off road, into lake
Sounds like that road needs more salting.
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Satisfaction with N.S. Liberals continues to increase: survey
The findings show that overall satisfaction with Nova Scotia Premier Stephen MacNeil's Liberal government has climbed to 45 per cent, up from 42 per cent in August.
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Quebec Court of Appeal to rule on challenge to province’s secularism law
Bill 21 prohibits some employees in positions of authority — including teachers, police officers and judges — from wearing religious symbols in the workplace.
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How to know when it’s time to take your pet to the vet
Many health concerns your pet might face, like getting sprayed by a skunk, can be solved at home, experts say.
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Market evaluation or home appraisal? Here’s the difference
Knowing your market, and the attributes of a home, will help you make the right decision, writes Joe Richer
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For the second time in 48 hours, Longueuil police launch drug raids
As of 7 a.m., six men have been arrested and drugs, cash and firearms seized with more raids are expected to be carried out through the morning.
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Toronto police arrest man after fatal house fire leaves one dead
Toronto police say charges are pending against a man after a fire in the city’s west end left one person dead. Fire officials say roughly 45 firefighters responded to the blaze at around 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday night. They say flames were visible from outside and several firefighters were overcome with heat exhaustion as they […]
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Thousands mourn Jersey City shooting victims amid fears of anti-Semitic motive
Jersey City's mayor called the bloodshed a hate crime against Jews, as did New York’s mayor and governor. But others have urged caution, saying much remains unknown about the attack.
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New Zealand volcano: Police plan to recover bodies Friday despite eruption risks
The continuing volcanic activity has delayed the recovery of the last victims since Monday’s deadly eruption.
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U.K. voters decide who they want to resolve Brexit stalemate in critical election
With so much at stake, political parties have pushed the boundaries of truth, transparency and reality during five weeks of campaigning.
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How Mayor Pete’s consulting work for Loblaws brought the Canadian bread price-fixing scandal to Democratic primary
For six months in 2008, Pete Buttigieg says he spent 14-hour days hunkered down in a suburban Toronto office park, crunching data for Loblaws
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He tried to kill her twice. Now, she helps him rehabilitate domestic abusers
Joe Fossella believes firmly that abusers can be rehabilitated if they are truly committed to change, but the evidence is mixed.
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On Trump’s Christmas wish list: Canada’s quick ratification of USMCA
Politics Insider for Dec. 12: Liberals get high profile trade deal support, Kenney's war room is open and ignoring Canada's botched Afghan mission The post On Trump’s Christmas wish list: Canada’s quick ratification of USMCA appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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U of T’s after-hours child care pilot project had a wait-list
With more women at university and a growing number of older students, the need for on-campus child care is only going to get more critical.
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Want it, need it: smaller and truly unique home decor gifts
Rock-slice coasters, stag-shaped serving plates and artwork-styled chocolates are fun to receive — and give
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Peter Howell: ‘The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open’ is a smart, empathetic look at a woman in need
In the space of a single Vancouver taxi ride, reactions between two women shift from hopeful to humorous to dismayed to angered, before finally returning to hopeful.
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Passenger bill of rights: The air travel rules coming into effect in December
The federal government’s second wave of air passenger protections is coming into effect on Dec. 15. Here is what’s included in this final round of regulations.
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5 things to know for Thursday, December 12, 2019
The Canadian pilot of a small plane that crashed on Gabriola Island in British Columbia is being remembered as a caring friend and skilled flyer. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
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Jason Kenney’s approval rating plummets in the wake of steep Alberta budget cuts
Kenney is now the third-least popular premier among the provinces included in the poll, a startling drop from September when he was third from the top
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Ontario’s 4 major teachers’ unions to make announcement on joint action
The unions - which represent both elementary and high school teachers in public, Catholic and French boards - will hold a joint news conference Thursday morning to give an update on their ongoing contract talks with the province.
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West Island mayors look back at highs and lows of 2019
West Island mayors look back at highs and lows of 2019.
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History Through Our Eyes: Dec. 12, 1934, the Grunt Club
The Grunt Club's first dinner was a big success, attended by "a 'Who's Who' in Montreal's Grain Exchange, shipping and related interests."
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