Man behind Edmonton Trappers’ name reflects on early years of team’s history

The Edmonton Trappers entered the Pacific Coast League 40 years ago this year, and a 16-year-old baseball fan was a big part of the organization and its name.
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Rosé roundup: Seven smart buys at the LCBO under $20
Though rosé has grown in popularity, there are still some budget-friendly bottles to be had.
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Alert issued following spike in drug overdoses in Northumberland County
The region's health unit says the drugs have inconsistent or increased potency, which is causing more severe overdose reactions.
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Manitoba First Nation locks down for 30 days as part of COVID-19 battle
Sagkeeng First Nation, 120 km north of Winnipeg, announced Wednesday it will restrict access to and within the community until June 14.
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Colonial Pipeline paid hackers nearly US$5M in ransom: report
The U.S. pipeline company paid the hefty ransom in untraceable cryptocurrency within hours after the attack, according to the Bloomberg News report. 
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Hextall on Hockey: Jets need to finish season on the right note
The Jets close out the regular season Friday against Toronto, but Hextall on Hockey doesn’t expect a throwaway game in the finale.
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Train noise, safety in Eastview and McNab neighbourhoods discussed by city council Wednesday
Regina lawmakers on Wednesday discussed the issue of train noise reduction and safety enhancement in relation to railways.
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Quebec tables sweeping bill to reinforce and protect French language
The long-awaited bill clad with extensive measures to strengthen and protect the role of the French language in Quebec is finally being unveiled after months of discussions.
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Canadians remain united in their taste for beef, survey suggests
While 69 per cent of Canadians say they eat beef for its taste, 10 per cent say they do so for health reasons.
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COVID-19: Halifax man charged after going to Cape Breton to hike Skyline Trail
The man was from Halifax and had been travelling to Cape Breton to hike the Skyline Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
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COVID-19: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on May 13
Here are the latest developments on the COVID-19 pandemic in the Greater Toronto Area for Thursday.
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Canada Goose sees revenue topping $1B amid online sales surge, China demand
The luxury parka maker's global e-commerce revenue jumped 123.2%, with the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating a shift to online shopping.
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Motorcyclists suffers serious injuries following crash near Warkworth: Northumberland OPP
The crash occurred on County Road 25 just a few kilometres north of Warkworth.
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Hydro-Québec reports 35,000 clients without power as major outage hits West Island
Power is expected to be restored by 10:30 a.m.
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SIU clears police in 2020 fatal crash near Ava Road in Brantford
The province's police watchdog says a 21-year-old died in a crash near Brant Avenue and Ava Road.
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Will you need a yearly COVID-19 booster shot? Some scientists aren’t so sure
Some of scientists expressed concern that public expectations around COVID-19 boosters are being set by pharmaceutical executives rather than health specialists.
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Ontario's COVID-19 case count crosses 500,000 as province logs more than 2,700 new infections
Ontario health officials are reporting more than 2,700 new COVID-19 infections, pushing the province’s lab-confirmed case total past 500,000.
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Waterloo Regional Police seek to identify individual in sexual assault investigation
Waterloo Regional Police have released an image of a person they are looking to speak with in connection to a recent sexual assault in Kitchener.
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Can't smell or taste after COVID-19? 'Olfactory training' could help
With some COVID-19 patients experiencing a long-term loss of smell and taste, researchers are treating them with olfactory or smell training to see if they can regain these senses.
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Guelph man faces more charges in connection with human trafficking investigation
Waterloo Regional Police said more charges have been made against a 46-year-old Guelph man who was arrested after an investigation into human trafficking.
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Guelph-Wellington Master Gardeners annual spring plant sale goes virtual for 2021
With more people at home due to the pandemic, members of Guelph-Wellington Master Gardeners say the interest in plants and gardening has reached 'sky-high' levels.
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Ontario reports 2,759 new COVID-19 cases, as total count surpasses 500,000
The last 100,000 cases to date took just shy of one month (28 days) as Ontario grappled with a third wave that saw record cases and hospitalizations.
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Police respond to shots fired in Centennial Park area of Moncton
The New Brunswick RCMP is asking people to stay away from the area. Businesses, schools and residents in the Centennial Park area are being asked to shelter in place.
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‘Not ready to give up’: Parents push to keep school for kids with autism open
Giant Step’s community has been advocating for more than a year to keep the school for kids with autism open. It’s set to close in September 2021.
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Relatives of Ethiopian, Iran air disaster victims temporarily offered residency path
Fifty-five of those who perished in the Iran air disaster were Canadian citizens and more than 100 of the 176 passengers in total had ties to Canada.
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Employees with Reliance Home Comfort locked out as of May 13, union says
A labour dispute has impacted furnace and air conditioning service in 13 locations across the province starting Thursday.
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Dozens of people across Northern Ontario have been ticketed for violating COVID-19 restrictions
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Book a last-minute COVID-19 shot with Vaccélérateur's bot
A new automated service posts Clic Santé vaccine availabilities as soon as they come up.
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COVID-19 update for May 13: North Vancouver man fined for non-essential travel on Malahat | COVID cases on downward trend | All Canadians can get second dose by end of September: Trudeau
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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