Hamilton rejects 'gamesmanship' claims in Hungarian GP pole fight

Montreal's Lance Stroll qualified in 12th place for Sunday's race.
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COMMENTARY: Bloc leader’s threat to unleash ‘fires of hell’ over Quebec seat proposal might just backfire 
Yves-François Blanchet’s promise the BQ would 'unleash the fires of hell' if Quebec's seat count drops is the wrong way to begin a conversation about updating the House of Commons.
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Forget payday loans, this is Canada’s new generation of high-interest loans
Anti-poverty advocates say a growing number of low-income Canadians is borrowing through personal loans that are much bigger, and more loosely regulated, than payday loans.
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Flying car: Canadians bring flying car one step closer to reality
We have all had the dream of dodging traffic jams in a flying car. A Canadian engineer has invented a flying car that makes his childhood dreams take flight.
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Here’s what the future of work looks like after COVID-19
As companies grapple with what a post-pandemic return to work looks like, The New Reality explores the spectrum of possibilities, from augmented reality to co-working spaces.
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New benefit for workers only intended for those in 'complete' lockdowns: Qualtrough
The federal government intends for the newly proposed lockdown benefit to apply only to individuals whose work is interrupted by a complete COVID-19 lockdown in their region. Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion Minister Carla Qualtrough said the details of the new Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit are still being ironed out, and will depend too on the public health restrictions imposed by provinces and territories.
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'I want to leave a mark': Meet NDP Blake Desjarlais, Canada's first openly two-spirit MP
For Blake Desjarlais, becoming an MP wasn’t something he thought he'd pursue. But now, after connecting with the NDP ahead of the 2021 federal election, he's made history as Canada's first openly two-spirit member of Parliament.
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Detroit Red Wings at Canadiens: Five things you should know
Goalie Jake Allen gave the Habs a chance to win in his first two starts, but his last two games reflected Montreal's dismal defensive efforts.
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Coderre's comeback: Will he reclaim the prize he lost in 2017?
WEEKEND READ | The former mayor says the election should not be “a referendum on my personality.” Will voters give him another chance?
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Bombers running back Oliveira ready for spotlight as Winnipeg hosts B.C. Lions
'Guys are excited for me and I'm excited to go out there and make some plays.'
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Josh Freed: Despite COVID effect, restaurant experience still worth it
For all of the weird changes, after 18 months without restaurants, it's nice to be surrounded by strangers wining, dining and chatting away.
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Toronto and Dallas square off for non-conference matchup
Dallas Mavericks (0-1, 13th in the Western Conference) vs. Toronto Raptors (1-1, ninth in the Eastern Conference)
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U.S. FDA says Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective for kids aged 5-11
In their analysis, FDA scientists concluded that the vaccine's benefits would outweigh any serious potential side effects in children.
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Zach Hyman scores twice as Edmonton Oilers remain unbeaten
Zach Hyman and Leon Draisaitl both scored twice for the 5-0 Oilers.
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‘We shouldn’t be surprised’: Docs show Facebook internal war amid U.S. Capitol riot
At the same time as the riot, frustration inside Facebook erupted over what some saw as the company's halting and often reversed response to rising extremism in the U.S.
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Canadian military to provide COVID-19 support in Saskatchewan
Frontline workers battling the fourth wave of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan are about to get some much needed help from the Canadian military.
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University of Manitoba faculty union sets November 2 strike deadline
The University of Manitoba Faculty Association has set a bargaining deadline and a strike deadline as it continues to battle with school administration over a new deal.
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London Knights still perfect to begin the year at 6-0
The London Knights played their only game of the weekend on Friday night as they edged the Owen Sound Attack by a goal.
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Two tiny species of lizard, fish that lived 100 million years ago discovered by researchers
Two newly identified tiny species of fish and lizard that existed 100 million years ago have been detailed in a study.
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Workers let go over vaccine refusal may not get EI: What it means for B.C.
Workers who are terminated because of a refusal to comply with their employer's COVID-19 vaccine mandate could be left without access to Employment Insurance, Ottawa said Friday.
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William Stanback runs roughshod over Argos as Alouettes win fourth straight
CFL's rushing leader gains 203 yards on 24 carries as Montreal wins 37-16, moving into a first-place tie with Toronto atop the East Division.
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Food insecurity and tainted water: Iqaluit grapples with dual crises
Amid the ongoing contaminated water crisis in Iqaluit, the impact of food insecurity is hitting some residents extremely hard as grocery prices in the territory are often two to three times higher than in southern Canada.
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