McConnell says he'd support Trump if he wins 2024 nomination

Less than a month after excoriating Donald Trump in a blistering floor speech, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday that he would "absolutely" support the former president again if he secured the Republican nomination in 2024.
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Winnipeg Jets blank Canucks 5-0, will play Oilers in first round of playoffs
The Winnipeg Jets blanked the Vancouver Canucks 5-0 Tuesday and locked up third place in the North Division, which means a first-round playoff matchup with the Edmonton Oilers.
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What will Calgary’s mosquito season be like? It all comes down to rain
Warm temperatures combined with lots of moisture create ideal breeding environments for mosquitoes, but that's just not something that has been happening too often this spring.
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U.S. gas stations report shortages as Colonial Pipeline shutdown continues
The Colonial Pipeline, the biggest fuel pipeline in the U.S., delivering about 45 per cent of what is consumed on the East Coast, was hit on Friday with a cyberattack.
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Victoria police investigating after remains found in Gorge Waterway
The remains, which consist of a partial cranial bone, were found by recreational divers in February.
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Will Canada see a spike in influenza cases after COVID-19? Experts weigh in
Will Canada see a low number of cases again, or a spike in infections? Here's a look at what experts say could happen.
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Metro Vancouver gang violence raises questions about police effectiveness, accountability
Metro Vancouver is the only large urban area in the country without a unified police force as the region is divided up between municipal forces and the RCMP.
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Raptors drop 115-96 decision to Clippers
Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse hopes his players keep the frustration of this bizarre NBA season front of mind when they head into the off-season.
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Allowed only to wave from afar, families want long-term care homes to accept visitors again
In Quebec, all long-term care residents have received both COVID-19 vaccine doses, and families say it is time to reopen the doors and let them in to see their loved ones.
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19 rescued dogs from Lebanon arrive in Canada
A dog rescue group has brought over 19 rescued dogs from Lebanon to Canada
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Aritzia maintains most of 4th quarter revenue due to growth of e-commerce sales
Aritzia earned $16.1 million for the three months ended Feb. 28, down from $21.7 million a year earlier.
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Wildfire still uncontained in RM of Piney as unfavourable conditions continue
A wildfire in the RM of Piney remains active and uncontained, and officials say it's one that won't be easily extinguished.
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Canada’s COVID-19 case count shrinks to late March levels as vaccinations expand
Provincial health authorities also confirmed another 32 people have died after testing positive for COVID-19.
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Bruce Arthur: Why pausing AstraZeneca was the right move — and why you probably were right to get it
It feels like a mess. But as risks and supplies change and new information emerges, there is logic to the province’s move.
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Message in a bottle found on Manitoulin Island brings strangers together
A message in a bottle thrown into Lake Huron more than 4 years ago has made its way back where it came from. And on its journey it brought two families together.
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Coalition says users were shut out of drug decriminalization proposal | 'Vancouver Model' gets panned
“We cannot abide by the phony ‘Vancouver Model’ of decriminalization and refuse to be tokenized in petty political bids,” reads the letter from groups representing users.
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Police looking for suspect after series of knifepoint robberies in downtown Calgary
Each time, a man approached a woman, showed a knife and robbed the victim of their cash, wallet or purse, according to police.
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#ICYMI: Roberge under fire, Legault on Habs, language charter reforms, more
In brief: A selection of today's reports on montrealgazette.com
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‘His eyes started closing’: Okanagan Lake rescue caught on camera
"I tried to keep it light, but inside I was like, 'Oh no, this guy needs help right away."
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No charges for officer who struck man with cruiser during arrest in Toronto: police watchdog
The SIU said the incident happened on the evening of April 12, 2020 when officers were called to the area of King and Bathurst streets for reports of a robbery.
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Inside the oil sands site that has seen Canada’s largest workplace COVID-19 outbreak
When a Calgary oil sands contractor took a job last month at Canadian Natural Resources Horizon Oil Sands work site, he knew there was a chance he could get sick.
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As subject-free offers rise in B.C.’s hot real estate market, experts call for cooling off period
A Vancouver-based home inspector says buyers who submit condition-free offers and forgo a home inspection are gambling with their future.
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‘It was a hell of a run.’ The Raptors’ playoff miss marks the end of an unprecedented era in Toronto sports
It’s not like this season, with the relocation and a terrible start and the impact of a COVID-19 breakout, is the start of any rapid descent on the court. But whoever returns next season, whatever the team looks like, the memory of the current disappointment shouldn’t be forgotten.
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University of Saskatchewan announces incoming chief athletics officer
Shannon Chinn will take over as the chief athletics officer on June 15.
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What does 'cheugy' mean? The term that took off on TikTok, explained
A new word to describe people who are a bit out of fashion has taken over social media. Like it or not, you might be cheugy.
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UN gang killer Cory Vallee should get a new trial: defence lawyer
Judge who convicted gangster erred on witnesses’ credibility, late video disclosure, Eric Gottardi tells B.C. Court of Appeal
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Vaughn Palmer: Seat redistribution is a wake-up call for B.C. Liberals
Opinion: Party must figure out how to attract voters in B.C.'s urban majority
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Alberta justice minister apologizes after accusing feds, provincial NDP, media of wanting COVID-19 disaster
"I would like to offer an apology for my recent comments on my personal Facebook account," Kaycee Madu tweeted. "My comments were wrong."
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CAQ government to table reforms to French Language Charter Thursday
After immigration and state secularism, the CAQ government is poised to send Quebec into a long debate about language. On Thursday the government will table what it calls "robust," changes to Bill 101.
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Edmonton police search for suspects in cellphone fraud investigation
Police said when a woman arrived to sell the phone, the man confronted her about the previous purchase.
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COVID-19: Outdoor gear dwindles well before summer starts in Saskatchewan
Gear like bikes and kayaks is hard to come by as demand spikes and supplies dwindle.
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