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A group of seniors living in an affordable housing estate in Winnipeg are scrambling to find a new nonprofit to take over the Portage Avenue skyscraper after learning its current owner is for sale.Gerald Brown, chairman of Lions Place’s Senior Action Committee, said residents recently told a meeting with Lions Housing Center that their 287-suite building would be on the market and when that would happen. He said he was informed that there was no clear timeline for”When I saw people in the auditorium that day, I remembered there were deer in the headlights,” Brown said at a news conference…

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To Loki Gale Tobin, Genevieve Mina, Jenny Armstrong, Andrew Gray Has been updated: 1 an hour ago Release: 2 by the timeMidtown Anchorage buildings dominate the skyline Friday morning, October 16, 2020. (Loren Holmes/ADN) Born and raised in Nome, Löki Tobin has spent her career advocating for equity, community-driven development, and helping those in need. Nonetheless, Loki has battled imposter syndrome his entire life. She recognizes that she may not have the unique experiences and knowledge of those who are deeply rooted in Alaska. I’m worried that I don’t have one, or that I’m taking up a place that isn’t…

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The states of Florida, South Carolina and South Florida took steps Tuesday to save their home football games as Hurricane Ian approaches. The Gators moved their game against Eastern Washington from Saturday to Sunday at noon. Gamecocks will host South Carolina on Thursday night, two days earlier than he had previously planned. The Bulls moved Saturday’s game against East Carolina from Tampa, Fla., to Boca Raton. Stetson canceled Saturday’s home game against San Diego in the Pioneer Football League. Meanwhile, No. 23 Florida State University and Wake Forest No. 22 in the world are “watching closely” the…

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Last Call — Primetime reading on what’s going on in Florida politics. first shot This is another two batches from the Florida political team. Spectrum News is providing free coverage of Hurricane Ian through its Central Florida affiliate ahead of the storm’s landfall. Bay News 9 and Orlando-area News 13 have launched paywalls on their websites and the Spectrum News app. These media will remain open during the storm and its immediate aftermath. “Spectrum News meteorologists are working around the clock to track Hurricane Ian. This includes county-by-county forecasts, evacuation orders, and information when storm warnings occur,” he said. Claudia…

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Joseph FusmithProfessor of International Relations at Boston University’s Frederick S. Purdy Graduate School of Global Studies, was quoted in an article published by diplomat About Chinese politics and the forces that drive it. Entitled “The End of High Politics in China,” the article explores the development of Chinese politics from the 1980s to today, and how many believed institutionalization was key to the country’s political stability. . But Fewsmith argues in his book. Rethinking China’s Politics As with all Leninist systems, it is difficult to transfer political power from one leader to the next, and that is why, as is…

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To Doug McIntyreFOX Sports Soccer WriterIn the final game before the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar in November, the US men’s national team finished in a scoreless draw with Saudi Arabia in Murcia, Spain, on Tuesday.The draw follows last week’s embarrassing 2-0 defeat to Japan and saw them qualify for four of the world’s biggest sporting events after reaching the second round at both the 2010 and 2014 World Cups. It raises serious questions about how far Americans who missed the A few years ago — you can attend this year’s event.Here are three thoughts on Tuesday’s…

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After being downgraded in her first campaign, Governor Janet Mills’ ranking, one of the most prominent gun lobbying organizations, fell this year, reflecting the changing political climate on gun rights since her first campaign. rose without much fanfare. With the release of the National Rifle Association’s campaign scorecard last week, Republican gubernatorial nominee and former governor Paul LePage gained support from the group. 2014. of endorsement LePage opposes permit requirements for carrying concealed weapons, opposes bans on guns and magazines, and pledges to “work tirelessly” to improve mental health resources and school safety. I applaud you for being against it.…

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Little Rock, Arkansas – The cool, dry autumn air has finally entered Arkansas. We’ve been treated to his 50’s mornings and his late 80’s afternoons with no humidity! The latest forecast data show cooler temperatures over the next few days, with the coldest air arriving Thursday morning. This is the time of year when temperatures drop into the 30s in parts of northern Arkansas. The most likely place to reach 30 degrees is in the valleys north of the Boston Range. Cold air is denser than warm air, so the valley is often coldest in the morning. In cities such…

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WASHINGTON — A fan of Donald Trump, who brought his teenage son with him when he assaulted then-D.C. police officer Mike Fanone and another Capitol police officer on Jan. was sentenced to imprisonment.Kyle Young, a 38-year-old HVAC worker in Iowa who was told by his lawyer he was “infused” with lies about the 2020 election and asked his Facebook followers to attend a “Stop theft” rally , pleaded guilty in May. To the felony count of assaulting, resisting, or obstructing a police officer.Young is accused of using strobe lights to confuse police, helping to throw loud audio speakers at police,…

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While Social Security has become a predictable topic for Democrats heading into the midterm elections, some Republicans are also surprisingly keen to get actively involved in hot topics.While many Republican leaders have tried to stay out of the so-called “third rail of American politics,” other Republicans are on board.The latest example of the week comes from Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA), who is running for the lead Republican nomination on the House Budget Committee next year. In an interview with Punchbowl News, he discussed social security reform, opening the door to possible future benefit cuts.”I’m not suggesting that benefits for people…

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