The Weather Network – Widespread snow on the way to cover Quebec on Monday

Friday, January 14, 2022, at 21:24 – A winter storm moving through the eastern United States this weekend arrives in Quebec on Monday, bringing widespread snow cover to the province. We are looking for significant snow over large parts of southern Quebec early next week. A major winter storm affecting the eastern United States will … Read more

The retail industry is pushing further with the conference, trying to push for normality

Visitors enter the venue at The NRF 2020 Vision: Retail’s Big Show, to be held in New York, USA, on January 12, 2020. Wang Ying | Xinhua News Agency | Getty Images “The big show will continue,” National Retail Federation President Matt Shay said Monday. And on Friday, even as more speakers and attendees withdraw … Read more

The Weather Network – Millions will be affected as major snowstorms hit Ontario, Quebec

Friday, January 14, 2022, at 9 a.m. – Heavy snowstorms stretching into southern Ontario and Quebec early Monday. As much as 30+ cm of snow in the weather forecast for some. In a winter so far that has really not been for much, all eyes are now on a significant storm that will affect large … Read more

The Weather Network – Very close call to Toronto as there is significant snowfall to Ontario

Friday, January 14, 2022, 21:13 – A winter storm will drop significant snowfall over parts of Ontario on Monday. A sharp cut on the west side of the storm provides a difficult forecast for GTA. A major winter storm will arrive in Ontario on Monday, with significant snowfall expected in some areas. Forecasters expect the … Read more

It was easier to buy a baguette in London than it is here in France

My heroes used to be poets, great actors, scientists. Now the people who walk smartly across the square in front of my house at. 9.00, baguettes tucked under the arms, as extras in a Truffaut movie. There they go, brushed hair, nicely dressed, relaxed, cheerful, thundering with art de vivre, their lives quietly under control. … Read more

Pebbles before mountains – NASA Mars

NASA’s Mars 2020 mission team has worked methodically and thoroughly, making good progress in understanding the best way forward rather than removing the uninvited pebbles from Perseverance’s bit carousel. During the previous weekend and earlier in the week, operational sequences were developed and tested to remove these stony invaders. With ground-based experiments completed, we have … Read more

Judge Steve Harvey delivers a surprising verdict – Judge Steve Harvey – ABC

Judge Steve Harvey delivers a surprising verdict – Judge Steve HarveyABC Steve Harvey claims that ABC spoke to him about not being ‘politically correct’ in his new judge programYahoo Entertainment Steve Harvey lands himself in hot water with ABC ExecsListen Steve Harvey mixes laughter, common sense and authority in the new unmanuscript comedy series ‘Judge … Read more

Delta CEO says 8,000 employees have tested positive for Covid in the last 4 weeks

A Delta Air Lines employee is working at the departure level at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on August 25, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. Mario Tama | Getty Images Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said about 8,000 of its 75,000 employees were tested positive for Covid-19 over the past four weeks, absences that … Read more

Travel ‘roars back’ – It’s good and bad for travelers

Last year was not a great year for travelers. Maybe that’s why so many are putting their hopes in 2022. Travel reservations and inquiries are rising, say travel insiders, in an upward trajectory that, if realized, could both benefit and challenge travelers in the coming year. ‘People want to make up for lost time’ Travel … Read more