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EDITORIAL: Get tough on ISIS followers
Terrorists walk freely among us. That is not a sensational statement. It’s the troubling truth — describing how at least 60 Canadians who went abroad to wage jihad alongside terror groups, such as ISIS, are now back in the country, living their lives without consequence. This has been the subject of much heated debate, whether […]
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Former Lebanon PM Hariri re-enters election race after political opponent withdraws
Lebanon’s leading Sunni Muslim politician, Saad al-Hariri, quit as prime minister on Oct. 29, prompted by mass protests.
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Father of murdered Indian woman says her husband pulled trigger, then killed himself
Prabhleen Matharu's father has confirmed Pieter Biermann, 18, shot his daughter with a gun he purchased the same day, nearly three months after they were married.
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Guy Saint-Jacques: No end in sight to the plight of the Two Michaels
Opinion: We should react quickly and firmly when we find instances of interference in Canadian affairs, including among Canadians of Chinese origin, espionage activities or attempts to limit debate on Canadian campuses.
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'We do want to mourn for their souls,' Irish Montrealers say of unearthed remains near Black Rock
Irish Montrealers gathered to honour the human remains unearthed near the Black Rock monument in the Sud-Ouest borough during work on the REM.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
Raptors drop third in a row for first time in over a year
PHILADELPHIA — It has been over a year since the Raptors lost three games in a row, but they’re back in that unfamiliar territory today after a poor shooting night in Philly. Normally the words poor shooting night and Philly conjure up images of Joel Embiid but not in this case. In this case it […]
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‘Hold on to hope’: Former hostage to the two Michaels
Keep the faith! That’s one Canadian’s advice to surviving unfair incarceration inside a Chinese prison to two others now locked up for one year. In Pastor Kevin Garratt’s case, it was faith in God. “The only hope I had, the only way I survived, was because of my faith — my trust that God would […]
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NFL FANTASY: Week 14 studs and duds
The best and the rest of fantasy in NFL Week 14. STUDS Drew Brees, QB, NO 349 passing yards, 5 passing TDs, 1 rushing yards, 1 TD, 40 points. Leave it to the legend to bounce back from a down week to light up one of the league’s best defences. Austin Ekeler, LAC 101 rushing […]
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Scheifele leads Jets to 3-2 win over Ducks
Mark Scheifele scored twice, the second on a power play with 4:22 left for his 400th NHL point, in the Winnipeg Jets' 3-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday.
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OHL Roundup: Sunday, December 8, 2019
ERIE, Pa. - Ryan Roth scored twice, including the winner, as the Sarnia Sting doubled the Erie Otters 6-3 on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League play.
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Lonely Antarctic expedition led to brain shrinkage in scientists: study
A crew of scientists on a long-term expedition to Antarctica saw a portion of their brains shrink, a side effect potentially related to them being in an isolated monotonous environment, according to a small-scale study.
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White Rock supporters who bought 'planks' thanked by Friends of the Pier
Donors thanked who gave $1,000 each to buy a plank on the pier's rebuilt centre span.
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Paccar employees accept contract offer, ending lockout
Unionized employees of the Paccar truck manufacturing plant in Ste-Thérèse, north of Montreal, accepted their employer's third offer on Sunday, a week after they were locked out.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
Calgary Flames edge L.A. Kings 4-3 to remain unbeaten under interim head coach Geoff Ward
Dillon Dube scored the eventual game-winner and added an assist for his first career multi-point game as the Calgary Flames made it four straight victories on Saturday with a 4-3 win over the Los Angeles Kings.
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LILLEY: Hope fades for Canada’s ‘two Michaels’
Until last week, I was hopeful that we could find a solution to the arbitrary arrest of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor. Now I’m beyond hope. My hope started to disappear with Justin Trudeau’s hot mic moment at the NATO summit in London where he was caught mocking American President Donald Trump. That wasn’t the […]
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STROBEL: We can all learn from ‘perfect’ Emalee
If your little girl had Down syndrome, like Emalee Pinard, 4, you’d plead with fate for a do-over, right? Get rid of that extra chromosome. Make her “normal.” Right? “No. I wouldn’t change a thing,” says Emalee’s mom. We’re at Variety Village’s Christmas party on Sunday. The sprawling fieldhouse teems with kids. But look up, […]
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Fresh Express brand sunflower salad kit recalled over E. coli
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said the recall was triggered by findings during its investigation into a food-borne illness outbreak.
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Ravens have nothing else to prove until playoffs
‘We haven’t done anything yet’ is players’ refrain after beating Bills ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Baltimore Ravens probably just want to fast-forward to the playoffs now. Who could blame them? With three games still to go in their NFL regular season they have little else to prove, after knocking off yet another of the league’s […]
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QMJHL Roundup: Sunday, December 8, 2019
VICTORIAVILLE, Que. - Kevin Gursoy's power-play goal 1:27 into overtime as the Charlottetown Islanders sank the Victoriaville Tigres 5-4 on Sunday afternoon in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
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Alberta RCMP need help finding wanted man after shooting on Blood Tribe First Nation
Police said they responded to a call from Blood Tribe EMS that a 41-year-old man was allegedly shot early Saturday morning.
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Pair of U of S students doing their part to save bees
A pair of U of S students are doing their part to help restore bee populations with their versions of bee hotels. The hotels will be implemented in the Saskatoon area in 2020.
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PM needs point person on China situation: McTeague
Calling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “intemperate” mocking of U.S. President Donald Trump a major “setback” in freeing two Canadians imprisoned in China, former Liberal MP Dan McTeague says there’s one immediate move that could save the situation. “The prime minister needs to appoint an elected member to be the key person to work on these […]
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Arrest by appointment: Winnipeg police are so busy there’s often no time to nab suspects
In the first of a three-story series on the human toll of crime in Winnipeg, Police Chief Danny Smyth says the spike in crime is so overwhelming, that police often don't have time to make timely arrests for things like theft.
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Combination of meth and fentanyl keeping people addicted, leading violent crime, says former dealer
A former Winnipeg meth dealer says it's fentanyl that keeps people addicted to methamphetamine.
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From math teacher to meth user: How one Winnipeg addict fell prey and turned his life around
A former Winnipeg math teacher says he became addicted at the age of 51, and it destroyed five years of his life.
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YOU BET: Sharp NFL lines gives a push to Week 14 bettors
Sometimes the underdogs have their day, sometimes the favourites do. Sometimes the house wins, sometimes it’s the players who have the edge in the battle for the bottom line. Over the course of a long NFL season, however, it’s sometimes amazing how accurate the linemakers are week in and week out. All that considered, however, […]
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All residents safe after fire destroys garage, damages home in northwest Edmonton
No one was injured, but because of the damage, residents will not be allowed back inside.
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WARMINGTON: Man slain in Hwy. 400 drive-by known to cops
Another deadly ambush on a GTA 400-series highway, which have become targeting zones for armed gangsters settling scores. Today’s modern-day “highwaymen” are more dangerous than they were in 1617 when the term was first used. Back in the day, highwaymen robbed travellers on horse and buggy. Today’s version just blast away and strike anybody travelling […]
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Unattended candle sparks Christmas decoration fire in West Kelowna
It caused "considerable" smoke damage to the house.
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Getting to the poinsettias
A lot of work and planning occurs at Rekker’s Garden Centre to get the plant to your table.
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REAL SCOOP: Gang rivals involved in Yaletown brawl
Vancouver Police are investigating an early morning stabbing in Yaletown that sent four men to hospital, leaving one of them in serious condition. VPD officers were called just before 2:30 a.m. about a large group of men fighting near Hamilton and Helmcken streets. “Four men were suffering from stab wounds and sent to hospital where one […]
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‘Parasite’ big winner at Toronto Film Critics Association Awards
Bong Joon-ho’s class-based comedy took home the awards for best picture, best director and best foreign film.
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MCCARTHY: Americans heavy favourites at Prez Cup, but…
The Presidents Cup has a reputation as a one-sided affair stuck in the shadow of the Ryder Cup. On paper, this year looks to be more of the same. The American team is a heavy favourite to beat the Internationals for the 11th time in 13 tries. But with a rejuvenated Tiger Woods in Australia […]
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Eurico Rosa da Silva enjoys retirement ceremony at Woodbine
When it’s time to retire, many jockeys exit quietly. There was no way that was going to be the case for Eurico Rosa da Silva. While he still has four days left in a career that will end on Sunday, the popular jockey was given a nice sendoff at Woodbine on Saturday which featured a […]
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Embiid’s struggles with Gasol not easily explained
PHILADELPHIA — Marc Gasol refused to buy into the narrative that his mere presence somehow locks Joel Embiid up to the point that he can’t score when the subject came up at Saturday’s practice before the team left for Philly. But whether he’s in his head or not, Gasol has been a rather immovable object […]
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Fantasy or nightmare? Jury hears conflicting accounts during trial of Edmonton bar promoter charged with 13 sexual assaults
Matthew McKnight, 33, took the stand for eight days in his own defence recounting details of every night where he stands accused of sexually assaulting a woman, framing his encounters as entirely consensual.
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Young voters helped upend the last UK election. Can it happen again?
‘We will vote our way out of this mess’: Excitement seems palpable among college students, many of whom were too young to vote on Brexit.
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Bruce Arthur: The goals have always been the goal for the Leafs, and their offence might be ready to turn a corner
Maple Leafs find their confidence in St. Louis. Now they have to keep it.
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This week on ‘Focus Montreal’: Dec. 8, 2019
This week on Focus Montreal, Global takes a look at the English Montreal School Board under trusteeship and how anglophone Quebecers make up only one per cent of the province's public sector workers.
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California church transforms Christmas nativity: Mary, Joseph, Jesus separated in cages
The nativity scene is a nod to U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration policy of forcibly separating children from migrant parents who seek asylum in America.
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Photographers worry about Saskatoon Freeway’s impact on Northeast Swale, wildlife
Part of the Swale they like to visit is directly in the freeway's proposed route.
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SkyTrain workers plan to shut the system down for 3 days. Here’s what you need to know
Here's a rundown of what's available for getting around during the strike, and where negotiations stand.
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Jamie Vardy brace helps Leicester stay second in EPL
Jamie Vardy scored twice as second-placed Leicester attained its first eight-win streak in the English Premier League with a 4-1 victory against Aston Villa on Sunday.
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Man dead following trailer fire in Clyde, Alta.
A man has died after a fire at a residential trailer in Clyde, Alta., on Sunday morning, according to RCMP.
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Merge Ontario’s Catholic and public school systems: Poll
While the public isn’t united in picking a side on who to blame for the current labour unrest in Ontario’s school system — backing neither the province nor the unions —they are united in calling for an end to separate school boards. A DART & Maru/Blue Voice Canada Poll conducted for the Toronto Sun finds […]
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A young superfan from Kingston meets his NFL namesake
It is a friendship and a bond formed between two namesakes. One, a young boy from Kingston -- the other, a 26-year-old NFL linebacker in Oakland, Calif.
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Gregor Chisholm: The time has come for the Blue Jays to make some noise, with baseball’s winter meetings beginning
GM Ross Atkins says he has been close — and is close — but the search for starting pitching continues.
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