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Dec. 7, 2019
Tim Dolighan
Toronto Sun
WHL Roundup: Friday, December 6, 2019
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. - James Hamblin and Brett Kemp scored in the shootout as the Medicine Hat Tigers edged the Lethbridge Hurricanes 4-3 on Friday in Western Hockey League play.
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Vancouver councillor Rebecca Bligh resigns from NPA over alleged anti-SOGI board members
In a statement released Friday, Bligh said she will continue to sit on council as an independent.
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OHL Roundup: Friday, December 6, 2019
LONDON, Ont. - Brady Lyle scored twice and Matthew Struthers added a goal and two assists as the Owen Sound Attack beat the London Knights 6-3 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action.
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Game Day: Maple Leafs at Blues
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (13-13-4) at ST. LOUIS BLUES (18-6-6) Saturday, 7 p.m., Enterprise Center, TV: CBC, Sportsnet Ontario, Radio: 1050 AM   THE BIG MATCHUP Auston Matthews vs. Brayden Schenn Mired in his longest goal-scoring slump of the season (five games), Matthews would love to get back on track, but don’t necessarily bet on it. […]
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Mikko Koskinen backstops Edmonton Oilers to win over Kings
Mikko Koskinen made 35 saves as the Edmonton Oilers held on for a 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings Friday night at Rogers Place.
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Over $240K raised for charity during 770 CHQR’s annual Pledge Day radiothon
770 CHQR's annual fundraiser for the Calgary Childen's foundation took place on Friday and saw over $240,000 raised.
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Owen Sound Attack defeat Knights on Teddy Bear toss night in London
The London Knights played in their fourth consecutive Teddy Bear Toss game on Friday. This one was a little different. This one was their own.
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U.S. investigators look for Saudi shooting suspect’s motive in Navy shooting
The Pentagon said Friday that Alshamrani was in the U.S. as part of an Air Force military sales training course, and his participation was funded by Saudi Arabia.
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City renews safety concerns in Oppenheimer Park after fires sparked by propane heaters
Advocates have repeatedly called for a warming tent to be installed in the park, complete with propane-powered heaters.
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Rare frost flowers have been spotted across B.C. Here’s how they are formed
These rare and stunning frost flowers have been spotted on lakes and ponds around B.C. over the past week and a half.
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Trump’s rollback of transgender rights extends through entire U.S. government
The Obama White House declared that protections against sex discrimination should apply to gender identity. The Trump White House has reversed course wherever it could.
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Subdivision plans for North Vancouver waterfront delayed, developer says
Wesbild owns a 27-acre property in North Vancouver located between Lonsdale Quay and the Lions Gate Bridge.
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QMJHL Roundup: Friday, December 6, 2019
GATINEAU, Que. - The 67's took the latest edition of the 'The Battle of the Ottawa River' against the Gatineau Olympiques.
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Kelowna vigil held to remember victims of Montreal École Polytechnique massacre
“We want people to know that this issue isn’t going away," said vigil organizer Micki Materi.
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Edmonton Public Schools to consider hiking bus fees after UCP budget results in funding shortfall
Edmonton Public Schools trustees are expected to discuss proposed increases to school bus fees next week.
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Polytechnique anniversary commemorated across Canada
The anniversary, which has become a national day of action against violence, was commemorated in ceremonies across the country.
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In the Habs' Room: Line juggle pays off for Julien with late winner against Rangers
Midway through the period, Julien shortened his bench and he moved Nate Thompson from the fourth line into the middle of a line with Nick Cousins on left wing and Nick Suzuki on the right side.
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After Uber’s assault report, should B.C. hit brakes on ride-sharing?
Despite the release of Uber’s long-awaited “Safety Report” detailing U.S. sexual assault figures Thursday, B.C. says it’s committed to allowing ride-hailing by Christmas. Critics suggest the province has the opportunity to set a higher standard for ride-hailing safety.
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Boeing knew of problems with wing parts, but told FAA planes were safe, agency says
Company ‘failed to adequately oversee its suppliers’, then presented planes to the FAA as safe despite those known problems, according to the allegations.
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Why a banana duct-taped to a wall sold for $120,000
Everyone knows that art is subjective, but after a banana duct-taped to a wall at a Miami art festival sold for $120,000 this week, the art world has been left split.
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Unauthorized biography of Melania Trump reveals new insights into First Lady
A new unauthorized autobiography of Melania Trump, entitled 'Free, Melania,' is aiming to strip away the mystery and secrecy surrounding the First Lady.
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Almost 90% of people in Samoa now vaccinated against measles in wake of deadly outbreak: officials
The measles virus has infected almost 4,500 people in the South Pacific nation of just 200,000 since late October. Of those who died, 57 were children under the age of four.
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Cellphone-linked face injuries are on the rise
Dr. Boris Paskhover of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and others analyzed 20 years of emergency room data and found an increase in cellphone injuries starting after 2006, around the time when the first smartphones were introduced.
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Jarry spoils Kessel’s return, Penguins beat Coyotes 2-0
Tristan Jarry spoiled Phil Kessel's return to Pittsburgh, turning aside all 33 shots to post his second consecutive shutout as the Penguins edged the Arizona Coyotes 2-0 Friday night.
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Call of the Wilde: Canadiens’ vital signs still kicking with 2-1 win over New York Rangers
Can the Habs make the playoffs? It's possible, but it'll be extremely close, Brian Wilde writes.
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RCMP seek woman connected to dramatic stolen vehicle incident in Kamloops
The dramatic incident marked the second case in two hours involving a stolen vehicle in Kamloops.
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Environment ministry orders recycling company to stop leaking
The ministry has noted the company has allowed the liquid to leak, which it says could cause serious damage to the environment.
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Trump ‘temporarily’ holds off on listing Mexican cartels as terrorist groups
It was unclear if Mexico had promised Trump anything in return for suspending the designation, which could have caused Mexico headaches.
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Vancouver councillor quits NPA, citing concerns over party's shift to 'far right'
"It was quite clear that there has been a takeover of the board to the far-right," Coun. Rebecca Bligh said of the NPA's new board.
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Murder or manslaughter? Judge to decide fate of father accused of beating 19-month-old son to death
Justice David Labrenz heard closing arguments in the second-degree murder trial of Joey Crier, on Friday accused of second-degree murder in the death of Anthony Raine, whose battered body was found abandoned behind an Edmonton church in 2017
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Thompson scores late in 3rd, Canadiens beat Rangers 2-1
Nate Thompson scored with less than two minutes left in the third period and the Montreal Canadiens beat the New York Rangers 2-1 on Friday night for their second victory in the last eleven games.
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Nate Thompson's last-minute winner puts Canadiens over Rangers
Nate Thompson scored on the rebound of a shot by Nick Cousins with 1:07 to play in regulation to give the Canadiens a 2-1 win over the New York Rangers Friday at Madison Square Garden.
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Montreal massacre victims’ memorial defaced with ‘misogynistic messages’
A display at an adult alternative school in Scarborough honouring the female victims killed in the Montreal Massacre 30 years ago was defaced with “misogynistic messages” earlier this week. Now Toronto Police are investigating what at best is a case of mischief and at worst is a hate crime, the Sun has learned. “At the […]
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U.S., Mexico deal with ‘last issues’ in CUSMA deal, facing new steel demand
Mexico approved the USMCA this year, but U.S. ratification has been held up by Democratic lawmakers, who have voiced concerns over the enforcement of labour and environmental provisions.
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Aberg hopes his A-game translates after surprise call-up from Leafs with Johnsson down
Sheldon Keefe is familiar with Pontus Aberg’s game with the Marlies, where he waas leading the club in scoring before a call-up to replace the injured Andreas Johnsson.
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Premier Kenney, UCP get As, Bs and a few Fs as Albertans grade the province’s fall performance
Session is out and report cards are in! Politics watchers flunked the UCP for firing the Elections Commissioner investigating the party, but gave an “A” for implementing party platform. There was also room for improvement on corporate welfare and harm reduction.
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Governor General remembers her "sisters" on 30th anniversary of Polytechnique massacre
Dignitaries, families of the victims and Montrealers gathered at the iconic lookout at Mount Royal to pay homage to the 14 women killed.
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Blackhawks’ Zack Smith doesn’t want Marc Crawford made ‘an example’ of
Chicago Blackhawks forward Zack Smith, who has played under embattled assistant coach Marc Crawford with two NHL teams, says he did not witness any behaviour akin to allegations made by former NHL players Sean Avery, Brent Sopel and Patrick O’Sullivan.
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When it comes to humans in need, these therapy llamas have a sixth sense
Llamas and alpacas are growing more common in therapeutic settings. While a handful are registered with Pet Partners, a U.S. non-profit clearinghouse for therapy animals, most are simply family farm pets whose owners take them to hospitals, college campuses and senior centres to ease people’s stress.
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EDITORIAL: The economy is still the top concern
Canada received some troubling news Friday morning on the economic front. Jobs numbers are down. They’re much lower than expected. “Statistics Canada said Friday the economy lost 71,200 jobs last month and the unemployment rate rose four-tenths of a percentage point to 5.9% to its highest point since August 2018 when it hit 6%,” reports […]
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