Poll shows Quebec anglos do not want school boards abolished

Conducted by Léger Marketing for the Quebec Community Groups Network, the poll reveals 82 per cent of anglophones are attached to their boards
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Raptors hang tough with Kawhi and Clippers but fall just short
LOS ANGELES — The hits, they just keep on coming this trip for the Raptors. Having already lost the services of Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka in the first game of this trip, the Raptors lost another starter two minutes into last night’s game when OG Anunoby took a Kawhi Leonard finger directly in the […]
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Mexican official: Arrests made in killings of U.S. citizens
Mexico's top security official says arrests have been made in last week's killings of nine U.S. women and children by suspected cartel gunmen in northern Mexico.
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Letters to the Editor, Nov. 12
CHERRY HAD A POINT I’m no particular fan of Don Cherry, but his criticism of recent immigrants to Canada disrespecting our military men and women by failing to purchase or wear the Remembrance poppy is thoroughly justified. Just visit a mall in any large Canadian city on Remembrance Day and see the number of people […]
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Seahawks knock out last of NFL’s unbeatens with OT win over 49ers
After Seahawks QB Russell Wilson threw just the second red-zone interception in overtime in 25 years, Seattle kicker Jason Myers — who had already missed once in the extra frame — booted the winning field goal from 42 yards out.
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Nov. 12, 2019
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How a technical snafu caused nearly 200,000 Valentine’s Day text messages to show up 8 months late
Recipients and senders confused and telecomms companies scrambling to respond to the glaring glitch.
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Finding calm in the kitchen isn’t always easy. Here’s how to start
The more you learn about how cooking works, the better cook you become.
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Dating after divorce? Here’s a primer
Although every divorce is different, there are some common stages people go through before they’re ready to date again.
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There’s more to the story at Toronto bookstore
The guiding principle of Another Story Bookshop, located in Toronto’s Roncesvalles Village neighbourhood, is social justice.
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Second World War veteran drops ceremonial puck at great-granddaughter’s hockey game
On the evening of Nov. 11, a hockey game at Clareview Recreation Centre began with a very touching tribute.
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Bolivia’s former president accepts asylum, flies to Mexico as protests rage on
The departure of Morales, who was part of a wave of leftists who dominated Latin America's politics at the start of the century, followed weeks of violent protests over allegations of fraud in the Oct. 20 election.
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Randall’s Rant: Rivera, Garrett fail to keep it simple
What is on those big cards that coaches clutch to so dearly during games? Menus maybe? Based on some of the play-calling we witnessed this past weekend, they certainly can’t be a list of designed plays. While NFL offences are supposed to be an intricate game of x’s and o’s, sometimes common-sense rules the day. […]
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Hutchinson placed on waivers as Leafs try to find an answer to backup problems
CHICAGO — The backup goaltending carousel with the Maple Leafs continues. After another subpar performance from Michael Hutchinson, the Leafs on Monday placed the netminder on waivers. Hutchinson struggled against the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday night, allowing three goals on the Hawks’ first six shots in what eventually became a 5-4 Leafs loss. One could […]
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Boeing details steps needed to get grounded Max jet flying
Boeing hopes to resume deliveries of its 737 Max jet to airlines in December and win regulatory approval to restart commercial service with the plane in January.
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Coyotes win in shootout, snap Capitals’ win streak at 6
Conor Garland scored the shootout winner minutes after an apparent Capitals overtime goal was waved off by video review, and the Arizona Coyotes responded from blowing a big lead to beat Washington 4-3 Monday night.
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Blue Jays seeking arms for top of rotation
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Here’s how the work-in-progress Blue Jays look as the off-season kicks into second gear at the GM meetings: THE ROTATION Starter 1: TBD Starter 2: TBD Starter 3: Trent Thornton, RHP Starter 4: Chase Anderson, RHP Starter 5: Ryan Borucki, LHP The skinny: The Blue Jays are expected to make landing two […]
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Atkins on the hunt for pitching at GM meetings
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Ross Atkins is ready to get to work on his threadbare pitching staff. The Blue Jays general manager is here at Major League Baseball’s GM meetings and talked up the team’s intriguing young core of position players while stating the obvious again, that the pitching staff needs to be bolstered. Atkins was […]
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With Coach’s Corner silenced, a look back at how Don Cherry changed how we watched hockey forever
Hard to believe Don Cherry has taken his final bow on that Coach’s Corner opening montage, that his pit bull Blue will bark no more and that Grapes himself is silenced from shouting down Ron MacLean and groaning at his closing pun. “I don’t know what that piece of music is actually called,” said former […]
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Former student sues St. Michael’s College School after alleged sex assault on Toronto campus
"They really want to hold people accountable who allowed this to happen - particularly the school."
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Aho scores 2 to lead Hurricanes past Senators 8-2
Sebastian Aho scored twice, Joel Edmundson had a goal and two assists, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Ottawa Senators 8-2 to snap a four-game losing streak Monday night.
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Stretch of Academy Road blocked off as police investigate
Winnipeg police blocked off a stretch of Academy Road Monday night.
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ICYMI: Don Cherry fired, Montreal ready for snow, more news
Today's top stories in brief.
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‘In cold blood’: Video showing Palestinian man shot by Israeli forces prompts investigation
In Monday's incident, the Palestinian Health Ministry said Omar Badawi, 22, was shot in the chest in the Aroub refugee camp, near the city of Hebron, and later died of his wounds.
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WARMINGTON: Fired and betrayed, Don Cherry stands firm
Don Cherry has been fired before. “Of course it’s always hard but after you have been fired by the Boston Bruins, you can handle anything,” teased Grapes after Rogers Sportsnet tied the can to him for remarks he didn’t say but that people have put in his mouth as if he did. But even though […]
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Dave Feschuk: Hutchinson was set up to fail, but the Leafs need better backup goaltending to reach their goal
The Islanders, Wednesday’s opponent, and the Bruins have found success with dynamic duos between the pipes. The Leafs will turn to Kasimir Kaskisuo after waiving Michael Hutchinson, and continue to search, Dave Feschuk writes.
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Mysterious death of ex-British soldier behind Syria’s White Helmets followed personal attacks by Russia
James Le Mesurier was the target of a disinformation campaign by the Kremlin, which accused him of being a British spy and an al-Qaida supporter
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Wear-a-hoodie day an expression of solidarity with MNA Catherine Dorion
If an online event planned for Tuesday comes off as planned, thousands of women across Quebec will don hooded sweatshirts in solidarity with Québec solidaire MNA Catherine Dorion.
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Bruce Arthur: Don Cherry never changed, even as the world did
After 38 years of Don Cherry sitting in the biggest chair in Canadian broadcasting, his bosses decided he was more trouble than he was worth, writes Bruce Arthur.
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Lethbridge sees colder, snowier fall than usual
Unexpected dumps of snow and intermittent deep freezes have been hard on farmers in the area.
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New York City police face backlash after detaining 2 women selling churros
Officers can be seen in cellphone footage captured Friday surrounding a woman who was selling the fried-dough pastries from a cart in a Brooklyn subway station.
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‘Hockey Night Punjabi’ host says Canadians need to reflect on who we are after Don Cherry’s comments
NHL’s first Punjabi broadcaster Harnarayan Singh says hockey can bring us together, but there’s a long way to go based on the social media storm that erupted into polarizing camps following Cherry’s comments about immigrants.
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Stampeders clean out lockers after playoff loss: ‘Worst day of the year’
The Calgary Stampeders expect a new-look team to hit the field at McMahon Stadium next year after a season marred by injuries.
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