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Sudanese PM names commission to probe killings at June sit-in
The sit-in was the culmination of 16 weeks of protests that led to army officers turning against Bashir and replacing him with a military council.
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Here’s everything you need to know as an Albertan voting in Canada’s federal election
From where to vote to the biggest issues resonating in Alberta, here’s a primer on Monday’s federal election
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Alberta Indigenous youth raise enough money to attend robotics competition in Dubai
After donations poured in, a group of Alberta students is heading to Dubai this week to represent Canada in an international robotics competition.
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The Raptors’ Fred VanVleet is ready to step in for Kawhi Leonard, at least on the marketing side
The Raptors are a high-profile team without a single star, and the setup creates endorsement opportunities for the business-minded point guard.
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Greta Thunberg interviews leaders for documentary, Alberta Indigenous group says
The Mikisew Cree First Nation says Thunberg spent Saturday on the shores of Gregoire Lake near Fort McMurray, and that her interviews focused on environmental concerns over oilsands development and climate change.
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Train strikes gravel truck near Suffield, Alta.
RCMP said they responded to the crash at Township Road 154-A and Range Road 94 on Sunday at around 3 p.m.
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Toronto Police identify victim of Saturday shooting near High Park
Shortly before 8 p.m., police responded to reports of gun shots at 135 Swansea Mews, near Windermere Avenue and The Queensway where officers located a man suffering from gunshot wounds in car. The man was then rushed to hospital but died of his injuries.
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Jose Altuve enjoys ‘Joe Carter-esque’ moment
Altuve provided Houston with one of the most magical moments in franchise history: a ninth-inning homer to lift the Astros past the New York Yankees and into the World Series.
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‘I respect you, I value you’: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh appeals to young voters on eve of election
Singh posted two 15-second videos this week to the social media app TikTok highlighting his campaign's key messages — videos that have been collectively viewed over three million time
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The Nationals’ Daniel Hudson is now a closer, despite his best efforts
The Nationals acquired Hudson from the Toronto Blue Jays at the trade deadline as one of three main pieces to revamp their historically bad bullpen. Then he became the team’s most important reliever, but not for the reason he might have wanted.
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UBC Okanagan students join Special Olympians for Motionball fundraiser
More than 100 UBC Okanagan students joined Special Olympians for a Motionball fundraiser in Kelowna on Sunday.
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Blanchet mocks Trudeau and Scheer for bringing up sovereignty fears
Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet mocked his opponents on Sunday for bringing up the sovereignty boogeyman on the day before the vote.
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Chris Selley: Canada multiculturalism may be on full display at Scheer’s closing rally, but we’re no closer to unification
It's at least superficially heartening to know that the same leader, representing the same big tent, can successfully make the same basic pitch to a crowd in a rural Nova Scotia community centre one night
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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens drop one against the Minnesota Wild
Call of the Wilde: the Montreal Canadiens take on the Minnesota Wild
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Calgary man upset after he says he received an unsafe Amazon package
A Calgary man has questions for Amazon after syringes that he ordered arrived in a plastic bag with the needles poking through.
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Second puppy in two months dies in B.C. after eating death-cap mushroom
VICTORIA — An English springer spaniel puppy has died after eating a death-cap mushroom, the second dog to die in two months as a result of the invasive species. Owner Peter Ronald said his family was aware of potential harms from the mushrooms — they fenced the yard, bought a crate, put up gates, swept […]
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Canadiens nearly squeak out a win against Wild
Backup goalie Keith Kinkaid was solid despite being peppered with 19 shots in the first period as opposed to only 7 by Montreal.
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KRYK: Disaster jumps up and bevils Dolphins again
Epic long drive and hopes for a big upset end in one fell swoop ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — There’s some cruel rule in sports which demands that disaster always lurk in camouflage, one play away, to torment truly terrible teams. Especially on rare occasions when things actually are going well. The 2019 Miami Dolphins can bear […]
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Police watchdog continues probe into downtown Calgary shooting on Saturday
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team says an officer opened fire on a stolen Toyota Corolla that allegedly drove toward Calgary Police Service officers after police stopped the car from driving into a military parade
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Sockeye salmon to return to Okanagan Lake for first time in over 50 years
A fish ladder, left inoperable after the Penticton dam was built in the 1950s, has been restored.
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Federal leaders blitz B.C. on final weekend of campaign
Last minute promises, late sorties fired from B.C., a province that could play a big role in deciding the next government.
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“Specialness” of Raptors veterans will help replace Kawhi and Green
The Toronto Raptors didn’t just lose the NBA’s best two-way player, Kawhi Leonard, in the off-season, though that’s all everyone seems to talk about. The defending champions also saw one of the premier two-way role players, Danny Green, head to Los Angeles Green had a tremendous season for Toronto, shooting a scorching 45.5% on three-pointers […]
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KRYK: That’s one costly football souvenir — for Bills QB
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — After capping his go-ahead touchdown pass with a successful two-point conversion keeper, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen celebrated by throwing the football far up into the east end-zone stands at New Era Field. Particularly, some 14 rows up into the second deck. The touchdown (a 20-yard Allen pass to receiver John Brown) […]
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Theatre review: Broken feet and small revolutionary steps
Theatre review: China Doll powerfully reaffirms the theme of women's awakening and emancipation with a highly sympathetic performance at its centre.
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Prince Harry acknowledges tensions with his brother William for the first time
Britain's Prince Harry has acknowledged tensions with his older brother Prince William for the first time, saying they are on "different paths."
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Thousands of international runners descend on Toronto marathon
Thousands of the world's elite and recreational runners hit the pavement this weekend for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, an event that also served as a championships for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
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Man rushed to hospital after being beaten, forced inside car in Etobicoke
Toronto police received reports of the violence and officers in the area found the car with a man inside suffering from injuries near Renforth Drive and Tabard Gate.
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Rosie DiManno: France’s ‘Bouquet of Tulips’ tribute handed some choice reviews since its unveiling
Artist Jeff Koons’ monumental 12-metre high sculpture, which pays homage to the victims of the 2015 terrorist attacks, has had a hard landing since it was uncrated earlier this month in the gardens of the Champs-Elysées, Rosie DiManno writes.
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What to know about the landmark U.S. opioid trial starting Monday
Here’s a guide to the first federal case in which local governments seek redress for the financial toll of a 20-year epidemic.
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New York Jets look to end New England Patriots’ dominance
The Patriots (6-0) face the Jets (1-4) on Monday night, looking for their fourth straight season sweep of the AFC East rivals.
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Radar monitor could help Kelowna RCMP target their traffic enforcement
It's part of the city's crime reduction strategy which aims to "maximize the effectiveness of resources using an intelligence-led model."
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Greta Thunberg mural in Edmonton defaced 2 days after being created
By Sunday afternoon, several layers of graffiti had been painted over the piece, including a French slur.
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Deep-and-motivated Astros are worthy World Series favourites
HOUSTON — As the bedlam at Minute Maid Park finally started to subside in the earliest hours of Sunday morning, Justin Verlander had a victory cigar in one hand and his other arm around super-model wife Kate Upton. A good night to be him. A good night to be an ace pitcher and part of […]
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Raptors will have to answer the Kawhi question with their play
The defending champions went 17-5 without Leonard in the lineup last year, but they’re still asked about his absence.
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B.C. scout group’s tents destroyed by black bear while camping on Mount Seymour
"It was kind of lucky, because we had actually been teaching the kids about bear safety the night before," group leader Martin Yu said.
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Kingston police make an arrest after two hour standoff outside downtown apartment
On Sunday afternoon Kingston Police received reports of a man with a firearm who barricaded himself in the unit of an apartment building in downtown Kingston.
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World figures from 194 countries gather in Japan for emperor’s enthronement
The emperor is expected to follow in the footsteps of his father at his enthronement ceremony in 1990, pledging to adhere to Japan's pacifist constitution and to fulfil his duties as a symbol of the state
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Trump ‘honestly surprised’ after forced to withdraw offer to host G7 summit at golf resort
Trump said the search for another site to host world leaders would begin immediately with Camp David, the government-owned presidential retreat in Maryland, a possibility
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'Heroes' honoured for saving 14-year-old kid's life in Surrey
Alex Romero-Gomez suffered sudden cardiac arrest in July and was brought back to life, thanks to the actions of three lifeguards and a weight room attendant at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre and an AED machine.
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People are done overlooking Siakam says Raptors’ Nurse
Pascal Siakam almost always has a smile on his face, but the grin has been extra large in recent days. And why not, Siakam is about to sign a four-year, $130 million U.S. contract extension with the Raptors. “I don’t know, I didn’t get all the details,” Raptors head coach Nick Nurse said on Sunday […]
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EDITORIAL: A divided Canada on election day
Whoever becomes prime minister in Monday’s election is going to have a huge problem reuniting the country. That’s because in this campaign, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau tore open many old wounds of Confederation in his desperate effort to keep his job. Trudeau campaigned using the oldest Liberal strategy in the book — first described by […]
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Tentative deal reached between six Crown corporations and Unifor local
A tentative deal has been reached between six crowns and the union representing them following weeks of striking.
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Montreal loses to Sydney, Australia in bid to host WorldPride 2023
The Australian city captured 60 per cent of the vote, while Montreal received 36 per cent and Austin, TX got three.
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LILLEY: Final poll shows a tight race with lots of possibilities
It’s tied nationally, but across the country it is a series of regional races that either see one party well ahead or a dog fight to the finish. Bottom line is that in key battlegrounds like Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia the winner will be decided by who shows up. The latest national numbers from […]
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