In the Habs' Room: 'Our players had to not give up,' Ducharme says
Montreal fell behind 3-0 in the first period, but competed hard to make the final score respectable in a 5-4 home loss to the Ducks.
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Edmonton Oilers snare shootout win against Predators
Connor McDavid scored the only goal in the shootout giving the Edmonton Oilers a 3-2 win over the Nashville Predators Thursday night at Rogers Place.
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COVID-19 reaches Pacific island of Kiribati, one of last uninfected nations on Earth
A charter flight bringing Mormon missionaries home brought 36 cases to the island, which soon ballooned to 181 infections as the virus spread in the community.
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Documents reveal no overarching review of blind spots on Edmonton transit buses
Documents obtained by Global News through a freedom-of-information request are shedding new light on what the City of Edmonton is doing to investigate blind spots on buses.
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Top consultant gives up role at Metrolinx amid scrutiny over potential conflict of interest
The Ontario transit agency says there was no conflict and that consultant Brian Guest had no influence over Metrolinx awarding contracts to his firm.
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Saad helps Blues win 5-1 over Flames
Brandon Saad scored twice and the St. Louis Blues cruised to a 5-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Thursday night.
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Councillors want decriminalization of small amount of drugs in Winnipeg to be considered
A pair of city councillors want to look at the possibility of decriminalizing small amounts of drugs in Winnipeg.
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COVID-19: PCR testing falls 50 per cent in B.C. from December peak, records show
Some people reported hospitalized with COVID-19 aren't actually sick from the disease, but are in the hospital for other reasons and happen to test positive, BCCDC report shows
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Police warn of ‘consequences’ for violence as trucker convoy nears Ottawa
Several thousand people are expected in Ottawa as early as Friday as part of the Canada Unity group demanding an end to vaccine mandates and COVID-19 restrictions.
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North Korea touts latest missile tests, vows to bolster nuclear ‘war deterrent’
It appeared Kim Jong Un did not attend the tests on Tuesday and Thursday, but he did inspect a munitions factory where workers pledged loyalty to their leader.
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B.C. liquor industry veteran says government needs to crack down on bottle scalping
A Vancouver liquor industry veteran says scalpers are scooping up pricy limited release spirits from government stores and flipping them for a big profit online.
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B.C.’s South Coast has spent days under thick fog: Here’s why
A thick blanket of fog under an inversion has covered parts of Southern B.C. for five consecutive days. 
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Canucks sweep season series with Jets thanks to Miller’s hat trick
JT Miller scored three goals and added an assist to extend Winnipeg's winless streak to six.
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'Metabolic trick' in squirrels' guts could help astronauts in deep space: researcher
New research by a Universite de Montreal biologist seeks to explain how squirrels conserve energy when they hibernate, and what implications that information could have on the future of space travel.
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Study confirms longstanding suspicion: domesticated cats have smaller brains than their wild ancestors
According to a new study, domesticated cats have smaller brains than their wild cat ancestors, confirming older studies and opening up new insights into how domestication affects animals.
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