France: the paintings of Notre-Dame in safety at the Louvre

Fifteen important paintings of the seventeenth century, spared by the flames that devastated Notre-Dame de Paris, were unhooked to be taken to the Louvre Museum on Friday, before the long restoration work began on the cathedral. In the forecourt where floats in the air lingering smell of burning four days after the disaster, the Minister […]

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Johnny Cash honored with a statue on the US Capitol

A Johnny Cash statue, a country music legend, will make its debut at the US Capitol in Washington, his home state of Arkansas having decided to replace his current controversial figures, associated with white supremacy. Each state in the United States stores two sculptures in the Statuary Hall, a large gallery located inside the Capitol, […]

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Russell Wilson becomes the highest paid player in the NFL

The association between quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks is set to continue for a few more years. And Wilson will be the highest paid player in the National Football League. Earlier Tuesday, Wilson posted a video on social media to announce the signing of a new deal. According to his agent Mark Rodgers […]

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Lehner, Foligno and Thornton Finalists at Bill-Masterton Trophy

Goaltender Robin Lehner of the New York Islanders and strikers Nick Foligno of the Columbus Blue Jackets and Joe Thornton of the San Jose Sharks are the finalists for the Bill-Masterton Trophy awarded to the player has best demonstrated the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. Locals from the Association of Professional Hockey […]

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Suicide prevention: Black and White, in memory of a friend who has disappeared

On November 11, 2017, Mathieu Sévigny played a match like the others. It was the 20 th season of the Victoriaville Tigres, against the Olympiques in Gatineau. Except behind the facade, this match was nothing ordinary. That day, Sevigny missed the funeral of his childhood friend, Dannick Breton. By his own admission, Sevigny is not […]

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TVA Sports: CRTC order to maintain the signal

(OTTAWA) The TVA Sports channel signal will have to be maintained for Bell subscribers, otherwise the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will “automatically” suspend its operating license. The agency announced Thursday it had imposed on TVA Group an order requiring it to comply with its regulations. Registered in the Federal Court, it will become […]

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