en-US Celebrate Meghan Markle And Prince Harry#039;s 2nd Wedding Anniversary With These Magical Moments Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding day felt like a bona fide fairytale. The American actress and the British royal tied the knot at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018, in front of 600 of their closest family and friends. Meghan donned a gorgeous Givenchy dress, designed by Claire Wight Kelly, and a 16-foot veil, which included designs of the “distinctive flora” of all 53 countries of the Commonwealth. The ceremony itself was incredibly modern, unlike anything the royal family had ever held before. Reverend Michael Curry delivered an energetic sermon before the royal family, speaking about slavery and quoting Martin Luther King Jr. while he preached a message of love. Afterward, the Kingdom Choir delivered a stirring rendition of “Stand By Me.” On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrate two years of marriage. To say that a lot has changed in the two years since their wedding day would be the understatement of the century.After tying the knot, the two welcomed a son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, to their family on May 6, 2019. Earlier this year, they officially stepped back as working members of the royal family and relocated to their new home of Los Angeles. Up next for the Sussexes, the two will launch a nonprofit organisation called Archewell, which stems from ”‘arche’ — the Greek word meaning ‘source of action.’” Until then, relive all the wondrous moments by watching the video above and checking out our slideshow of Windsor’s finest from the couple’s big day:  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kiss as they leave from the West Door of St. George's Chapel after their wedding ceremony. DANNY LAWSON via Getty Images Serena Williams and her husband, Alexis Ohanian, arrive for the wedding ceremony.  WPA Pool via Getty Images Meghan Markle and her mother, Doria Ragland, on their way to St. George's Chapel. OLI SCARFF via Getty Images Oprah Winfrey, making her way into the chapel. IAN WEST via Getty Images Meghan Markle drives down the Long Walk ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry on May 19, 2018.  Richard Heathcote via Getty Images Idris Elba arrives with his fiancée (and now wife), Sabrina Dhowre. GARETH FULLER via Getty Images Amal Clooney and George Clooney arrive. WPA Pool via Getty Images Abigail Spencer and Priyanka Chopra make their entrance.  Chris Jackson via Getty Images Prince Harry and his best man and brother, Prince William, arrive at St. George's Chapel. WPA Pool via Getty Images Jasper Dyer, Princess Charlotte (right) and Florence van Cutsem get ready for their wedding duties. Pool/Samir Hussein via Getty Images Pageboys hold the train of the dress of Meghan Markle as she arrives at St. George's Chapel. WPA Pool via Getty Images Doria Ragland takes her seat before the ceremony begins.  WPA Pool via Getty Images Meghan walks up the aisle with Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.  WPA Pool via Getty Images Meghan walks down the aisle in St. George's Chapel. DANNY LAWSON via Getty Images What a moment.  DANNY LAWSON via Getty Images Prince Harry and Prince William sitting down in the chapel. WPA Pool via Getty Images Harry and Meghan stand together during their nuptials.   WPA Pool via Getty Images All smiles! JONATHAN BRADY via Getty Images The couple holding hands during their wedding service, conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. WPA Pool via Getty Images A shot of the stunning bride in Givenchy. WPA Pool via Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave St. George's Chapel after their wedding ceremony. JONATHAN BRADY via Getty Images Making their grand entrance as a married couple. BEN STANSALL via Getty Images A kiss for the crowd. WPA Pool via Getty Images Having a laugh.  WPA Pool via Getty Images Doria Ragland, Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Kate Middleton holding Charlotte's hand as they leave the chapel. WPA Pool via Getty Images The Cambridges after attending the wedding ceremony of Harry and Meghan.  ANDREW MATTHEWS via Getty Images Prince George! In pants! WPA Pool via Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave Windsor Castle in the Ascot Landau carriage during a procession after their nuptials.  George Pimentel via Getty Images A view of their ride from the top.  Yui Mok - PA Images via Getty Images Another kiss for the crowd. YUI MOK via Getty Images The Duke of Sussex salutes members of the Royal family, including, from left, Lady Louise Windsor, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, James, Viscount Severn, Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Michael of Kent, Prince Edward, Prince Philip, Princess Anne and Vice Adm. Sir Timothy Laurence. WPA Pool via Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Sussex off to attend an evening reception at Frogmore House, hosted by the Prince of Wales on May 19.  WPA Pool via Getty Images And they're off. WPA Pool via Getty ImagesMORE ROYALS The Burning Questions Harry And Meghan#039;s Tell-All Could Put To Rest Meghan And Harry Release Rare Video Of Archie For His 1st Birthday Meghan And Harry Cut Off British Tabloids In Scathing Letter Also on HuffPost: Tue, 19 2020 21:59:18 GMT Le déménagement des Nordiques a eu du positif pour Corbet Au début des années 90, René Corbet partageait son temps entre la LNH et les ligues mineures à Cornwall. Mais tôt dans sa carrière professionnelle de hockeyeur, il a vécu un moment marquant. Celui qui a disputé 17 rencontres avec les Nordiques de Québec a vécu les derniers moments de l’équipe avant son déménagement vers le Colorado, dont l’élimination en séries face aux Rangers de New York. « Le dernier match était vraiment spécial, a-t-il raconté mardi lors du 5 à 7. Ce que je me rappelle de cette année-là, c’est que j’essayais de faire l’équipe, mais après quelques games je me retrouvais toujours à Cornwall. Je n’ai pas arrêté de travailler fort, et j’ai eu ma chance après ça. Ce que je me rappelle aussi des Nordiques, c’est quand j’ai marqué mon premier but dans la Ligue nationale. C’était contre le gardien des Stars de Dallas, Andy Moog. » Malgré la triste nouvelle du déménagement et la nostalgie qui en découle, il y a eu du positif dans la suite de la carrière de Corbet au niveau individuel mais surtout collectivement avec la conquête de la coupe Stanley dès la première saison d’activités de l'Avalanche. « J’étais déçu et content à la fois. J’aurais aimé avoir la chance de jouer une saison entière à Québec et être plus proche de ma famille et de mes amis. Mais j’étais aussi content quand l’équipe a déménagé au Colorado, j’ai eu une bonne chance avec l’équipe. Je ne suis jamais retourné dans les ligues mineures. » « Ça fait toujours mal au cœur quand tu vois qu’on a déménagé et qu’on a tout de suite eu du succès avec l’Avalanche. Les partisans ont embarqué tout de suite avec nous », ajoute Corbet, qui se souvient avoir eu la visite à Denver d’un cousin qui a assisté à un de ses matchs avec les Avs en arborant un chandail des Nordiques en fidèle partisan. Corbet aura finalement joué 362 matchs dans la LNH, également avec Calgary, où il réside actuellement, et les Penguins de Pittsburgh. Il a amassé 58 buts et 74 passes. Tue, 19 2020 21:26:00 GMT Court Overrules Ontario#039;s #039;Unfair#039; Cancellation Of Wind Farm TORONTO — Construction of a wind farm in eastern Ontario will move ahead after a court quashed a provincial government decision to cancel the project.In a ruling released Wednesday, a panel of Ontario Superior Court judges said the province’s decision to scrap the Nation Rise Wind Farm in December 2019 did not meet the proper requirements.At the time, Environment Minister Jeff Yurek revoked the approvals of the project near Cornwall, Ont., citing the risk to three bat species.That decision came despite a ruling from the province’s Environmental Review Tribunal that determined the risk the project posed to the bat population was negligible.The judges said the minister’s decision was “unreasonable” and “procedurally unfair.”Earlier: Premier Doug Ford defends cancelling ‘terrible’ wind farms. Story continues after video. “The decision does not meet requirements of transparency, justification, and intelligibility, as the Minister has failed to adequately explain his decision,” the judges wrote in their decision.The company behind the project, EDP Renewables, said the 29-turbine wind farm was almost complete when its approval was revoked in December.The company said Thursday it plans to restart construction on the 100-megawatt wind farm.“EDPR is eager to recommence construction of the Nation Rise Wind Farm, which will bring much-needed jobs and investment to the community,” the company said in a statement. “This delay has resulted in unnecessary expenditures to-date, at a time when governments and businesses should be focused on reducing costs and restarting the economy.”A spokesman for Yurek said the government is disappointed with the outcome of the case but did not comment on a possible appeal.“At this time, we are reviewing the decision and are carefully considering our next steps,” Andrew Buttigieg said in a statement.NDP climate change critic Peter Tabuns said the court decision is an embarrassment for the minister and the government. He urged the government not to pursue an appeal.Yurek “was found to have ignored the evidence and the facts,” he said. “They didn’t just lose, their case collapsed. They had nothing to stand on. Taking this to appeal would be a complete and total waste of money.”Green party Leader Mike Schreiner said the ruling proves the government was acting based on ideology over evidence when it revoked the project’s approval.Taking this to appeal would be a complete and total waste of money.NDP climate critic Peter Tabuns“As we shift towards a post-COVID recovery, we need the Ford government to give up the irrational crusade against affordable and reliable clean energy,” Schreiner said in a statement.Last year, the NDP revealed the province had spent $231 million to cancel more than 750 renewable energy contracts shortly after winning the 2018 election.The Progressive Conservatives have blamed the previous Liberal government for signing the bad energy deals while the province had an oversupply of electricity.The Ford government has also said that by cancelling the contracts it would ultimately save ratepayers $790 million — a figure industry officials have disputed.At the time of the wind farm cancellation, the government also said it would introduce legislation that would protect consumers from any costs incurred.It has since acknowledged it will have to pay some companies to cancel the deals and set aside $231 million to reach agreements with those firms.On Wednesday, the judges awarded Nation Rise $126,500 in costs, which the government will have to pay.This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 14, 2020.READ MORE... Ford Admits He Broke Ban On Gatherings To Have Kids Over Ford Says He#039;s #039;So Proud#039; Of Green Energy Cancellations That Cost $231M Ontario Minister Speaks For 5 Seconds On His Climate Denial Controversy Thu, 14 2020 17:07:00 GMT