high-river.netia.ca http://high-river.netia.ca en-US http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss socportals@mediacolo.com Naya Rivera: authorities still searching for ‘Glee’ star who went missing at California lake Authorities believe Rivera, 33, drowned in the lake. Her 4-year-old son was found alone in a rented boat. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932407-naya-rivera-authorities-still-searching-glee-star-who-went-m Sun, 12 2020 18:45:26 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932407-naya-rivera-authorities-still-searching-glee-star-who-went-m «Histoire inacceptable»: Alaclair Ensemble se dissocie de Maybe Watson Le groupe hip-hop s'est dissocié du rappeur, dimanche, après avoir pris connaissance d'une «histoire inacceptable». http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932401-histoire-inacceptable-alaclair-ensemble-se-dissocie-de-maybe Sun, 12 2020 17:41:13 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932401-histoire-inacceptable-alaclair-ensemble-se-dissocie-de-maybe Montreal restaurant#039;s high-fashion mannequins promote distancing and help charity In one Montreal restaurant, patrons are getting a fashion-food two-for-one: Mannequins placed at tables not only ensure social distancing but also sport chic outfits that can be purchased to benefit charity. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932298-montreal-restaurant039s-high-fashion-mannequins-promote-dist Sun, 12 2020 13:14:31 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932298-montreal-restaurant039s-high-fashion-mannequins-promote-dist La Ligue américaine met fin à sa saison Il n'y aura plus de hockey sur les patinoires de la Ligue américaine cette saison. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932229-la-ligue-americaine-met-fin-sa-saison Mon, 11 2020 13:09:00 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932229-la-ligue-americaine-met-fin-sa-saison Une autre ronde sans failles pour Thomas TABLEAU DES MENEURS DUBLIN, Ohio – Justin Thomas a connu une autre ronde sans failles sur le parcours de Muirfield Village et il s'est donné une avance de deux coups au sommet de l'Omnium Workday Charity, samedi. Thomas a remis une carte de 66 (moins-6) et il a effacé un retard de trois coups pour montrer un pointage cumulatif de moins-16. Thomas a d'abord connu une belle séquence d'oiselets pour rester à portée du meneur Collin Morikawa. Morikawa a ensuite commis trois bogueys en quatre trous pour ouvrir la porte à Thomas. Viktor Hovland a joué 66 et il s'est hissé en deuxième position, à moins-14. Morikawa, qui a bouclé le parcours en 72 coups, a glissé en troisième place, à moins-13. Les trois golfeurs formeront le groupe final lors de la quatrième ronde et ils montreront ce que la nouvelle génération du golf a à offrir. À 27 ans, Thomas est une vedette accomplie. Il a gagné un tournoi majeur et il a déjà été numéro un mondial. Il tente de signer une troisième victoire cette saison et une 13e en carrière. À cette époque l'an dernier, Hovland et Morikawa venaient tout juste de quitter l'université. Les Américains Sam Burns (70) et Kevin Streelman (71) sont aussi dans la course pour le titre, alors qu'ils partagent le quatrième échelon, à moins-11. Malgré une ronde difficile de 72, Mackenzie Hughes est le Canadien le mieux classé. Il pointe au 19e rang, à moins-6. Son compatriote Roger Sloan (70) le suit de près, en 29e place. Les autres représentants de l'unifolié, Corey Conners (49e), Nick Taylor (49e) et Adam Hadwin (54e) ont tous lourdement chuté au classement. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932200-une-autre-ronde-sans-failles-pour-thomas Sat, 11 2020 23:10:25 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932200-une-autre-ronde-sans-failles-pour-thomas Robert Mueller defends Russia probe, says Roger Stone #039;remains a convicted felon#039; in op-ed An op-ed in The Washington Post marked Robert Mueller's first public statement on his investigation since his congressional appearance last July. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932182-robert-mueller-defends-russia-probe-says-roger-stone-039rema Sat, 11 2020 23:01:32 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932182-robert-mueller-defends-russia-probe-says-roger-stone-039rema RCMP on scene of ‘serious’ 2-vehicle crash on Highway 2 near Buffalo Pound Lake Moose Jaw RCMP are on scene responding to a serious two-vehicle collision on the north side of Buffalo Pound Lake on Highway 2. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932125-rcmp-scene-serious-2-vehicle-crash-highway-2-near-buffalo-po Sat, 11 2020 20:47:27 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932125-rcmp-scene-serious-2-vehicle-crash-highway-2-near-buffalo-po Canada#039;s Economy In For 10 Years Of Hardship: Capital Economics Canada’s economy will grow at a reduced rate for the next 10 years because high household and business debt levels will act as a drag on the recovery from COVID-19, a new report says.The report from U.K.-based Capital Economics predicts the economy will end the year 6.3 per cent smaller than before the pandemic, and will recover most ― but not all ― of that next year.It also sees the country ending the year with 6.2 per cent fewer jobs, despite the wave of rehiring being seen right now as provinces lift their lockdown orders.Watch: Canada reclaims nearly one million jobs lost to the pandemic. Story continues below. Statistics Canada reported that the country added a massive 953,000 jobs in June as businesses reopened.But the statistical agency noted that there were still 3.1 million Canadians who continue to be “affected by the COVID-19 economic shutdown.” That includes 1.8 million people who lost their jobs as well as those facing forced absences or reduced hours.And it will take until 2022 for Canada to return to the pre-pandemic level of jobs again, wrote Stephen Brown of Capital Economics. Beyond that, the recovery will be slow, held back by already high levels of debt, the economist predicted.“High private-sector (business and consumer) debt is likely to hold back productivity growth in the coming decade relative to that in the U.S.,” Brown wrote.RELATED Canada Added 953,000 Jobs In June, Unemployment Rate Fell: StatCan CERB Is Coming To An End As Feds Focus On Wage Subsidy 1/3 Of Indigenous Workers Risk Losing Their Jobs To Machines Unions Rip #039;Nonsense#039; Argument For Ending Pandemic Pay At Grocery Stores He predicts that Canada’s economy will grow at an average pace of 1.5 per cent per year in the coming decade, down from an average of 1.8 per cent in recent years. But he sees growth returning to its longer term trend after 2030.Brown also expects Canada to keep running large government deficits in future years, though not as large as this year. The federal government’s recent fiscal update forecast a deficit of $343.2 billion this fiscal year, equal to 16 per cent of Canada’s economic output. Brown expects that Canada will run another large deficit next year, but at around 7 per cent of economic output.He sees Canada’s trade deficit widening, as imports pick up faster than exports. The demand for many Canadian exports ― such as energy ― is weak, while Canadian consumers are returning to normal spending levels.“Accordingly, net trade will subtract from (economic growth) this year and next,” Brown wrote. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932072-canada039s-economy-10-years-hardship-capital-economics Sat, 11 2020 17:32:22 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932072-canada039s-economy-10-years-hardship-capital-economics Quebec Amber Alert For Romy And Norah Carpentier Ends After Police Find 2 Bodies SAINT-APOLLINAIRE, Que. — Quebec provincial police believe they have found the bodies of two young sisters during a search for them and their father.Ann Mathieu, a police spokeswoman, said they believe the bodies discovered Saturday belong to Norah Carpentier, 11, and her sister, Romy Carpentier, 6, who were last seen on Wednesday evening.Mathieu said police cannot confirm the girls are dead.“Right now, everything leads us to believe that it is the two girls, but you will understand that we are still evaluating the health of those little girls,” Mathieu told reporters Saturday afternoon.She said an Amber Alert that was issued for the girls on Thursday has been lifted, and that police are actively searching for the girls’ father, Martin Carpentier.Carpentier could still be in the area of St-Apollinaire, a suburb of Quebec City, or the nearby town of St-Agapit, Que., Mathieu said.The girls and their father are believed to have been involved in an accident Wednesday night on Highway 20 in the town of St-Apollinaire, south of Quebec City.An Amber Alert was issued for them Thursday afternoon, and an extensive police search began in the area.That search had resumed Saturday morning, with police deploying a helicopter, as well as canine units, ATVs and on-foot search teams, to try to locate the three people.Bernard Ouellet, the mayor of St-Apollinaire, said learning police had found two bodies was extremely sad.He said the tragedy touches people across the province.“Everyone has tears in their eyes,” Ouellet said in a brief interview Saturday afternoon. “It’s not easy for anyone.”Mathieu said police are asking anyone who sees Carpentier to immediately contact 911.Police say the 44-year-old was wearing a grey T-shirt and jeans when he was last seen. He is listed as being five-foot-ten and weighing 130 pounds.This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 11, 2020.Also on HuffPost: http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932071-quebec-amber-alert-romy-and-norah-carpentier-ends-after-poli Sat, 11 2020 18:10:45 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932071-quebec-amber-alert-romy-and-norah-carpentier-ends-after-poli Nova Scotia RCMP lay charges in highway shooting that damaged vehicles, home The police force says it has laid more than a dozen charges stemming from a June 29 police report of a man shooting at vehicles from his front porch as they drove past on Highway 1. http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932013-nova-scotia-rcmp-lay-charges-highway-shooting-damaged-vehicl Sat, 11 2020 15:11:51 GMT http://high-river.netia.ca/news/932013-nova-scotia-rcmp-lay-charges-highway-shooting-damaged-vehicl