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NFL FANTASY: Mahomes’ injury brings up some Chief concerns
Everything is not OK in K.C. After a couple of weeks of struggles in two losses, the Chiefs have no lost the league’s reigning MVP, Patrick Mahomes. The star QB dislocated his kneecap on a QB sneak during Thursday night’s game against Denver, missing the entire second half. After X-Rays came back negative, an MRI […]
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Edmonton man turns himself in, is charged after video captures Tesla vandalism
Police said Austin Grabas, 20, is facing one count of mischief in relation to an incident last weekend where a Tesla was keyed.
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Activists behind petition ‘relieved’ by N.S. decision to make moratorium on street checks permanent
Vanessa Fells said she hopes the decision can spark progress in the negative relationship that has existed between the department and the African Nova Scotian community for decades.
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Election 2019: All four party leaders expected in B.C. for final, crucial campaign weekend
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and the Green's Elizabeth May are already in B.C.
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Taika Waititi plays Hitler for laughs in ‘Jojo Rabbit’
Playing Adolf Hitler for laughs would make most actors squirm. But filmmaker Taika Waititi leapt at the chance to give the loathed Nazi leader a comedic makeover in his anti-hate satire Jojo Rabbit (hitting select theatres Oct. 25). “I didn’t write the part for myself. That was never my intention. Look at me — it’s […]
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Scheer would stop CBSA cancelling arrest warrants for anyone facing deportation: Conservative Party
“Cancelling warrants for those ordered deported is unacceptable and a Conservative government will fix this broken process,” said a Conservative spokesperson.
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Justin Trudeau to visit Calgary in final stops before election
There are just days before Canadians head to the polls, and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is making his way to Calgary for a campaign rally. 
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City of Calgary Livery launches investigation after woman left stranded by Uber driver
After seeing the Global News story on Lorena Sanchez's ordeal, city officials launched an investigation into the apparent Uber ride gone wrong.
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Daphne Bramham: Nowhere do B.C. 'minority' voters matter more than in Vancouver South
OPINION: Vancouver South is British Columbia’s most diverse riding, a community where the so-called visible minority is the majority. Here, the issues are the same, but they are debated in more than a dozen languages.
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Tom Mayenknecht: Time to celebrate for Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos
Opinion: Bulls of the week and bears of the week.
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LILLEY: Trudeau flirts with coalition while avoiding the word
Justin Trudeau sounds like the guy who doesn’t want you to know he’s dating someone new. The Liberal leader has been coy when asked about a possible coalition with the NDP but if you pay close attention to his language, you’ll notice something new. “I am focused on electing a strong and progressive government,” Trudeau […]
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Rain forecast for B.C.’s Southern Interior, snow along mountain passes
The national weather service says the snow level is expected to lower overnight to 1,100 to 1,400 metres.
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Unlikely new pipelines will be built under Bill C-69, star Liberal candidate says, contradicting party claims
'We will come to the conclusion that many of these projects are incompatible with the goals we have for 2030,' Steven Guilbeault said
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5 things to watch for as the Stampeders host the Blue Bombers
The Calgary Stampeders' tenuous hold on first place in the CFL West Division will be tested on Saturday when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers come to McMahon Stadium.
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Suspect charged in 91-year-old Oakville man's death arrested in Toronto stabbings
Police say the victim was stabbed to death and added that the accused was arrested while in custody in Toronto, where police say the accused was wanted following the Aug. 28 stabbing of a woman and the Aug. 12 stabbing of a 19-year-old, both in Toronto.
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60-year-old woman found dead in Vancouver apartment, homicide detectives investigating
Police say a maintenance worker found Maggie Nelson's body on Wednesday, in the building near Keefer Street and Gore Avenue.
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Police arrest 40-year-old man in Hamilton hate graffiti investigation
Police have arrested a Hamilton man in connection with several recent hate graffiti incidents near the base of the escarpment.
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Man shot by police at Elmwood homicide scene
Police said they were responding to a domestic incident in the 300 block of Riverton Avenue around 8 a.m. when a confrontation occurred with a man at the residence.
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Runners not getting refunds after Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service half-marathon cancelled
The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service Half Marathon – a fundraiser for the Heart and Stroke Foundation, was scheduled for Sunday 
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Heather Mallick: Prime Minister Scheer will send us into America’s orbit
I’m not worried that Canada will vote for a tyrant but I’m worried that we’ll elect a patsy, a handmaid, and who fits the description better than Scheer? Heather Mallick writes.
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Pelicans could open season in Toronto without injured No. 1 pick
According to ESPN, “a severe injury has been ruled out.”
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Rosie DiManno: Bike Share station in front of Filmores strip joint a sign of the Yuppie-come-lately times
A Bike Share docking station in front of Filmores peeler emporium is unwanted, unneeded, disruptive and undertaken without public consultation, writes Rosie DiManno.
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Vancouver police continue to probe racist memes at posh private school
Vancouver police are actively investigating racist memes that were shared among a group of boys at St. George's private school on Vancouver's west side.
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Justin Trudeau set to make Calgary pit stop two days before election day
Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is to host a rally at 9:45 p.m. Saturday at the Magnolia Banquet Hall in the city’s northeast community of Falconridge, part of the Calgary Skyview riding. The Liberals’ Calgary Centre candidate, Kent Hehr, is also expected to be there.
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Greta Thunberg’s visit to Alberta was no ordinary celebrity drop-in
The 16-year-old Swede lent her voice to Albertans who care deeply about climate change. And make no mistake, there are a lot of them. The post Greta Thunberg’s visit to Alberta was no ordinary celebrity drop-in appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Toronto FC expecting big defensive effort from stingy D.C. United
The late, great funny man Rodney Dangerfield joked about how he went to a fight one night, and a hockey game broke out. On May 15, D.C. United touched down in Toronto to play a soccer game and BMO Field turned into a shooting gallery. The initial clash this season between Toronto FC and D.C. […]
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Ontario spends $30 million on broadband project for Indigenous communities
Ontario says it will spend $30 million to help bring broadband internet service to five northern Indigenous communities. Premier Doug Ford announced the funding Friday for the Matawa communities north of Thunder Bay, Ont. The province is making a contribution to the $69.2 million project which will begin this winter. The project will connect about […]
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Former Raptor Kawhi Leonard still feeling love from Canadian basketball fans
Leonard became one of Canada’s most popular athletes last season as he led the Raptors to their first-ever NBA championship and was named Finals MVP.
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Does strategic voting make a difference?
With the Liberals and Conservatives in a dead heat, discussions about strategic voting have reached a fever pitch. But can strategic voting impact the outcome of Monday’s vote?
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Saturday’s playoff match could be Michael Bradley’s last for TFC
Ever since Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley joined the Reds in 2014, he has been the heart and soul of the club. Saturday night’s playoff match between TFC and D.C. United may be a highly emotional affair for the 32-year-old midfielder. Depending on the outcome, there’s the possibility the game may be Bradley’s last in […]
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More than 578K Albertans voted in federal election advance polls
A total of 578,219 people voted during the advance polls last weekend, Elections Canada said Friday.
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Another pedestrian death in Halifax under investigation by police
The city’s police force announced Friday that a 66-year-old man struck by a vehicle last week on Quinpool Rd., died in hospital on Oct. 14. The vehicle’s driver wasn’t hurt.
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Rating the replacements: Brissett, Bridgewater best of promoted NFL QBs
Novel formula rates the 14 pressed into duty so far Fourteen NFL passers who began summer training camp as backups already have been pressed into duty and started at least one game. Either because the starter got hurt, or got benched. That total probably will keep rising, if only because of benchings. Below, I rank […]
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Elections Canada reports historic turnout among international voters
Elections Canada said Friday that it has received 21,842 mailed-in ballots from Canadians living abroad – more than any other federal election in history.
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Grits and Tories tied nationally as 905 leans Conservative
In a national race that many pollsters say is too close to call, the final battle could come down to who wins in key regions of the country. The latest numbers from Campaign Research show the Liberals and Conservatives tied nationally at 31% support with the NDP’s momentum stalled at 18%. The poll is similar […]
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Toronto FC’s Jozy Altidore ‘questionable’ for playoff match vs. D.C. United
Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney said on Friday that star forward Jozy Altidore is “questionable” for Saturday’s playoff match at BMO Field against D.C. United. But if the decision was Altidore’s, it’s a no-brainer. “I start the game, if it was up to me. No problem,” said Altidore. “(But) we’ll see. I feel better.” The […]
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Michael Bradley has been at the heart of the Reds’ growth over the last six seasons
With his contract status beyond this year uncertain, the captain and defensive midfielder could play his last home game at BMO Field on Saturday.
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Man, 41, wanted after five guns stolen from Hamilton home
Hamilton police say they’re searching for a man from Brantford, Ont., suspected of stealing a number of firearms. Police say the alleged theft took place on Tuesday, when someone broke into a Hamilton home at around 8:30 a.m. They say the suspect made off with four handguns and one shotgun. They say they’ve identified the […]
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