Digital Lotto March 18: 1st TRANSFER! MPI Digital Lotto results

The results of the lottery draw on March 18 by the National Lottery Administration MPI have been announced. Gambling fans and coupon owners wonder about the results of the raffle. So, what numbers was the lucky bird placed in? Here are the details of the March 18 Digital Lottery results… The Digital Lotto draw started […]

‘Chair girl’ to find out today if his sentence will relate to time in prison

TORONTO – A 20-year-old woman who threw a chair from a downtown Toronto balcony on a busy highway last year should know if she will serve in prison. Here are real-time updates from inside the courtroom. The previous story follows. Marcella Zoia said in the courtroom that she was “very sorry for her actions” last […]

Dayton Kiwanis Casino Night | Carson City Nevada news

Happy Saturday Carson City! Say hello to our last pet of the week, Taz! Taz is a 3 and a half year old labrador and is currently looking for his family forever! Taz would prefer an adult-only home, and be the only dog. What can we say, he knows what he wants and wants to […]

Stephen Blais officially resigns as an adviser to the Cumberland Ward

OTTAWA – Stephen Blais has officially left his post as an adviser to the Cumberland Ward. Blais won the provincial selection for liberals in Orléans on February 27th. In a memo, city clerk Rick O’Connor stated that Blais submitted his written resignation on Thursday. He immediately resigned from his post in the Cumberland Ward. The […]

The Ford government supports high school class sizes, e-learning in view of more teacher strikes

REGINA PARK – The progressive conservative government of Ontario is supporting its controversial class dimensions and mandatory e-learning policies in an attempt to break the stalemate with the province’s school unions. In a sudden announcement on Tuesday, Education Minister Stephen Lecce said the government would increase class sizes in Ontario high schools from the current […]

New case of COVID-19 confirmed in Toronto

TORONTO – Health officials from Ontario confirmed a new case of the coronavirus novel (COVID-19) in Toronto. On February 24, a 60-year-old woman showed up at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center emergency room with a travel history in Iran. “The patient was treated in hospital using all appropriate precautions, including being isolated while being tested […]