Canadian Olympic medallist, sprinter Angela Bailey dead at 59
Athletics Canada confirmed Bailey's July 31 death in a statement Monday.
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19-year-old hopes to be youngest woman to fly around the world
Zara Rutherford, 19, is on a global mission: to be the youngest woman to fly around the world.
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Montreal-North residents upset about overflowing, stinky garbage bins
Residents said the pilot project isn't working. "There's lots of bugs. Even the garbage collectors yell when they come and pick it up," said Diane Poirier.
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#ICYMI: Repentigny police shooting, R.D.P. violence, more news
Catch up on today's local news stories.
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Officer who responded to U.S. Capitol riot becomes 3rd to die by suicide
More than 500 people so far have been charged with crimes stemming from the Jan. 6 riot, even as Trump allies try to downplay the incident.
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Raptors agree to a three-year deal with Gary Trent Jr., but there’s still the matter of a big man
Toronto sees Trent as an underdeveloped version of former Raptor Norm Powell.
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Former teammates thrilled for Burnaby’s Christine Sinclair and Team Canada
"The journey (Sinclair) has been on with this team, we came so close and had so many moments of triumph with those bronze medals in 2012 and again in 2016, she deserves a gold medal, she's worked her whole career for it." - Emily Zurrer
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U.S. hits 70 per cent vaccination rate -- a month late, amid a surge
The U.S. on Monday finally reached President Joe Biden's goal of getting at least one COVID-19 shot into 70 per cent of American adults -- a month late and amid a fierce surge by the delta variant that is swamping hospitals and leading to new mask rules and mandatory vaccinations around the country.
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Tokyo Olympics Day 11: Simone Biles to return for her first event this summer; Team Canada chasing a medal in canoe sprint tonight
Ongoing coverage of Team Canada in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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Alberta MMA champion chasing fighting dream while serving community
When Graham Park is not preparing for his upcoming fight, he is spending much of his time working his day job as a firefighter with Edmonton Fire Rescue Services.
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Five people shot in Rivière-des-Prairies
Five people were injured in a shooting on Perras Blvd. on Monday in Montreal's Rivière-des-Prairies sector.
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Letters to The Sun, Aug. 3, 2021: B.C. Mental Health Act is about the right to be well
B.C. Mental Health Act is about the right to be well
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Nick Stanger and Jennifer Good: A love letter to a community on fire
Opinion: Many hardships have been felt in Lytton over the years: residential schools, excessive resource extraction, flooding and forest fires. Yet the people of Lytton are strong.
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Firefighters respond to Stanley Park fire on B.C. Day
There is no word yet on what sparked Monday's fire.
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Montreal police investigating after 5 injured in east-end shooting
Montreal police spokesperson Véronique Comtois said several 911 calls reporting gunfire on Perras Boulevard near 54 Avenue came in at around 7 p.m. on Monday.
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In call with Biden, Trudeau talks trade, border 'collaboration' and Olympic soccer
A readout from the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office says he spoke today with U.S. President Joe Biden -- and that Canada's soccer victory over the United States came up in the conversation.
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Rosie DiManno: Transgender Olympic weightlifter Laurel Hubbard delivers a quietly dignified performance, away from the noise
The 43-year-old lifter from New Zealand was eliminated in the first round in Tokyo, likely a relief to critics of the decision to let Hubbard compete in the women’s event. A rather large assembly of spectators for a no-fans Games applauded Hubbard enthusiastically. She waved to the crowd, made a heart sign with her hands, touched her chest in gratitude and exited the stage, Rosie DiManno writes.
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Coaches say draft of Dalano Banton to Toronto Raptors helps provide ‘roadmap’ for local youth
"Kids from [Rexdale] and kids from other priority neighbourhoods ... are thinking to themselves it's a possibility. They're like, 'Coach, how did he do it? How did he get there?'"
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In call with Biden, Trudeau talks trade, border ‘collaboration’ and Olympic soccer
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‘This team wants more.’ Canada’s soccer women avenge a loss to the U.S. nine years ago because they were expecting to
“This one genuinely felt different,” says former national team star Diana Matheson.
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Shot at Olympic soccer gold adds weight to Quinn’s quest for change
Quinn became the first openly transgender and non-binary athlete guaranteed to win an Olympic medal when the Canadian women’s soccer team clinched a spot in the Tokyo final on Monday.
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Saskatoon family business gets creative after mask sales come to a hault
A Saskatoon-based family-run mask business has started stitching new things since the mask mandate has been lifted including dog bandanas and nurses caps.
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