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Articles from November 23, 2015

2015-16 National Hockey League Three Stars of the Week
2015-16 National Hockey League Three Stars of the Week--TORONTO - The three stars of the week/month for the 2015-16 season as announced by the National Hockey League:STARS OF THE WEEKNov. 23First Star: Martin Jones, G, San Jose Sharks; Second Star: Daniel...
Alberta Junior Hockey League Standings
Alberta Junior Hockey League Standings--AJHLAll Times LocalNorth DivisionSouth DivisionSaturday's resultsWhitecourt 7 Fort McMurray 4Sherwood Park 3 Canmore 2Camrose 5 Brooks 2Spruce Grove 4 Lloydminster 2Drayton Valley 4 Calgary Canucks 3Okotoks 5 Calgary...
B.C. City Loses Trans Mountain Court Battle, Ordered to Pay Company's Costs
B.C. city loses Trans Mountain court battle--VANCOUVER - The City of Burnaby's bylaw battle against the Trans Mountain pipeline has been shut down by a B.C. Supreme Court judge who has declared that the National Energy Board rules take precedence over...
BKO-CIS-MEN-Stdgs
BKO-CIS-MEN-Stdgs--CIS MENCanada WestPioneer divisionExplorer DivisionQuebec ConferenceOUANorth DivisionEast DivisionCentral DivisionWest DivisionAUSSunday's resultsUNB 99 Memorial 96Western 81 Toronto 56Thursday's gamesSaskatchewan at Trinity Western,...
BKO-CIS-WOMEN-Stdgs
BKO-CIS-WOMEN-Stdgs--CIS WomenCanada WestPioneer DivisionExplorer DivisionQuebec ConferenceOUANorth DivisionEast DivisionCentral DivisionWest DivisionAUSSunday's resultsUNB 84 Memorial 65Toronto 91 Western 87Thursday's gamesSaskatchewan at Trinity Western,...
Cody McLeod Leads Colorado Avalanche Past Winnipeg Jets 4-1 in "Hometown" Game
Cody McLeod leads Avalanche past Jets 4-1--WINNIPEG - It was as close to home as Cody McLeod will ever play a National Hockey League game, and he was only happy to oblige his family in attendance and those back home."It's a small farming community,"...
Death of Boy in Farm Accident a Shock to Members of Alberta Hutterite Colony
Boy's death in farm accident shocks colony--KILLAM, Alta. - A 10-year-old boy killed at a Hutterite colony in Alberta had just finished cleaning up some hog barns and was driving a forklift on a gravel road when the machine toppled into the ditch, says...
Despite Struggles, Canucks' Horvat Believes Game Is Starting to Come Around
Horvat says game is starting to come around--VANCOUVER - Bo Horvat readily admits things haven't gone his way through the first quarter of the season.Tasked with an increased role in his second year with the Vancouver Canucks, the young centre has just...
Doctors Praise Alberta Coal Phase-Out; Industry Seeks Details
Doctors praise coal phase-out; industry cautious--EDMONTON - Doctors lined up Monday to praise Alberta's decision to phase out coal-fired power, but companies that burn the coal to produce more than half the province's power were still in the dark about...
Editorial Exchange: Decency Should Trump Fear in Resettling Syrian Refugees
Editorial Exchange: Decency should trump fear in resettling Syrian refugees--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published Nov. 22:Canadians' hearts may have gone out to little Alan Kurdi, the drowned Syrian toddler found washed up on a Turkish beach....
Ex-Nova Scotia Cabinet Minister Hands over Recording Ahead of Warrant Deadline
Ex-cabinet minister hands over audio--HALIFAX - A conversation contained in an audio file that was secretly taped by a politician and became the subject of a warrant issued by the Nova Scotia legislature doesn't tell the whole story, says the premier's...
Friend of Scud Stud Arthur Kent Says Don Martin Column Was a 'Hatchet Job'
Campaign worker calls Scud Stud article 'hatchet job'--CALGARY - A friend and campaign worker of former TV journalist Arthur Kent says he believes a column written by Don Martin during the 2008 Alberta election campaign was a "hatchet job."Kent is suing...
Funeral Held for Newfoundland and Labrador Singer-Songwriter Ron Hynes
Funeral held for songwriter Ron Hynes--ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The poetic music of Ron Hynes will forever bind the acclaimed singer and songwriter to his loved ones, long-time friend Greg Malone said Monday at his funeral service.Malone, a member of the Wonderful...
Groups Warn Alberta Climate Change Plan Will Hit Rural Areas Harder Than Cities
Groups warn climate plan will hit rural Alberta--EDMONTON - Groups are warning that Alberta's new climate change strategy will hit people who live in rural areas harder than people in cities.The plan includes a carbon tax that the NDP government estimates...
HKN-Conference-Stdgs
HKN-Conference-Stdgs--NHLAll Times EasternEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWILD CARDWestern ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWILD CARDNote: a team winning in overtime or shootout is credited with two points and a victory...
HKN-Exp-Conference-Stdgs
HKN-Exp-Conference-Stdgs--NHLAll Times EasternEastern ConferenceAtlantic DivisionMetropolitan DivisionWILD CARDWestern ConferenceCentral DivisionPacific DivisionWILD CARDNote: a team winning in overtime or shootout is credited with two points and a victory...
HKO-AHL-Stdgs
HKO-AHL-Stdgs--AHLEASTERN CONFERENCEATLANTIC DIVISIONNORTH DIVISIONWESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISIONPACIFIC DIVISIONNote: Two points for a team winning in overtime or shootout; the team losing in overtime or shootout receives one which is registered...
HKO-AHL-Stdgs
HKO-AHL-Stdgs--AHLEASTERN CONFERENCEATLANTIC DIVISIONNORTH DIVISIONWESTERN CONFERENCECENTRAL DIVISIONPACIFIC DIVISIONNote: Two points for a team winning in overtime or shootout; the team losing in overtime or shootout receives one which is registered...
HKO-AHL-Sums-Binghamton-Toronto
HKO-Sums--AHLMarlies 6, Senators 4First Period1. Toronto, Kapanen 5 (Nylander) :53 (pp).2. Binghamton, Greening 4 (Carlisle) 8:02.3. Binghamton, O'Dell 7 (Schneider) 18:29.Penalties -- Fraser Bin (hooking) 0:30, Valiev Tor (hooking) 12:41.Second Period4....
HKO-AHL-Sums-Springfield -Bridgeport
HKO-Sums--Falcons 2, Sound Tigers 0First Period1. Springfield , Lessio 4 (Gaudet, Grant) 5:33.Penalties -- Carey Spr (roughing) 9:01, Kearns Bri (hooking) 17:24.Second PeriodNo Scoring.Penalties -- Graham Bri (delay of game) 3:56, Pulock Bri (cross-checking)...
HKO-CIS-Women-Stdgs
HKO-CIS-Women-Stdgs--CIS WomenRSEQ DivisionOUA DivisionCanada West DivisionAUS DivisionSunday's resultsMount Allison 5 StFX 3Guelph 3 Laurentian 2 (OT)Saint Mary's 3 St. Thomas 2York 1 Toronto 0 (OT)Waterloo 4 Laurier 3Ottawa 4 Concordia 1Moncton 4 Dalhousie...
HKO-OHL-Stdgs
HKO-OHL-Stdgs--OHLEASTERN CONFERENCEEAST DIVISIONCENTRAL DIVISIONWESTERN CONFERENCEMIDWEST DIVISIONWEST DIVISIONz-league title; y-conference title;d-division leader; x-clinched playoff berth. Note: Division leaders ranked in top two positions per conference...
HKO-OJHL-Stdgs
HKO-OJHL-Stdgs--OJHLAll Times EasternNortheast ConferenceNorth DivisionEast DivisionSouthwest ConferenceSouth DivisionWest DivisionMonday's resultsCobourg 5 Toronto Patriots 3Buffalo 4 Orangeville 2Sunday's resultsOakville 5 Markham 3Toronto Jr. Canadiens...
ICAO to Discuss Airport Security and Other Threats at Expert Panel in March
ICAO to discuss airport security at 2016 panel--MONTREAL - The UN agency that oversees global aviation will focus on airport security at a meeting in March in light of the recent terrorist attack that brought down a Russian airliner in Egypt, a top official...
Liberals Face Two-Pronged Attack in Newfoundland and Labrador Leaders Debate
Leaders face off in Newfoundland and Labrador--ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador's Liberal leader defended his policies Monday night as the leaders of the other major political parties accused him of lacking substantive ideas to improve the...
Major Oilsands Operator Imperial Still Mulling over Alberta's New Climate Plan
Imperial still assessing Alberta climate plan--CALGARY - Prominent members of both Big Oil and the environmental movement have given their blessing to Alberta's sweeping new climate change plan.But as remarkable as it was for the likes of both oilpatch...
Manitoba Telecom Services Sells Allstream Business for $465M as It Refocuses on Core Business
Manitoba Telecom Services sells Allstream--TORONTO - Manitoba Telecom Services has reached a deal to sell its Allstream subsidiary, which analysts say was an albatross around the company's neck as it deals with fierce competition from the national incumbents.MTS...
Most Actively Traded Companies on the TSX
Most actively traded companies on the TSX--Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (13,382.38, down 51.11 points):Trevali Mining Corp. (TSX:TV). Miner. Down 1.5 cents, or 4.92 per cent, to...
Notable Quotes from Premiers Attending Climate Change Meeting with PM Trudeau
Quotes from first ministers' meeting--OTTAWA - Quotes from the provincial and territorial leaders and others Monday at the first ministers' meeting in Ottawa:"I think we do have a chance to reset the brand. I think we also have an example to set to the...
Ontario Climate Change 'Master Plan' to Be Released This Week
Ontario climate change plan to be out soon--TORONTO - Ontario's long-term strategy to fight climate change will be released Tuesday, on the heels of a federal-provincial meeting and Alberta's newly unveiled plan.Environment Minister Glen Murray said...
Rocker Neil Young Supports Alberta's Carbon Tax, Pleased by Liberal Government
Neil Young pleased by change in federal government--VANCOUVER - Music icon Neil Young has declared that "Canada is back" now that a Liberal government has taken charge in Ottawa."I'm very happy," said the 70-year-old Canadian who has lived in California...
Saskatoon Store Pulls Launch of Neil Stonechild Book; Date Was Same as His Death
Store pulls launch of Neil Stonechild book--SASKATOON - A Saskatoon bookstore has pulled the scheduled launch of a book about the police officers who were fired after an aboriginal teenager froze to death.McNally Robinson reconsidered a book signing...
SaskPower Plans More Wind, Solar, Geothermal to Boost Renewable Power Sources
SaskPower to develop wind, solar power--REGINA - Saskatchewan is signalling that it wants to be "a player in terms of responsible energy production" by reducing the province's reliance on coal and adding wind and solar power.Crown utility SaskPower has...
Stampeders Prep for Head Coach Change, but Hufnagel Continues Influence as GM
Stampeders prep for head coaching change--CALGARY - Aside from the wins, John Hufnagel's legacy as head coach of the Calgary Stampeders will be seen on the sidelines of Sunday's Grey Cup in Winnipeg.Edmonton Eskimos head coach Chris Jones was Hufnagel's...
TransAlta Renewables Garners $200-Million Investment from Alberta Fund Manager
TransAlta strikes renewable energy deal--CALGARY - A day after the Alberta government unveiled its plan to tackle climate change, Alberta's pension fund manager is investing $200 million in green energy.Alberta Investment Management Corp., which has...
Trudeau, Premiers Aim to Rebrand Canada, Shed Image as Environmental Pariah
First ministers aim to rebrand Canada green--OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the country's premiers launched a rebranding campaign Monday aimed at transforming Canada's image on the world stage from environmental pariah to climate change champion.The...
Unqualified Consultant, or Experienced Hand? Duffy Pal Back on the Stand
Duffy friend testifies on unusual contracts--OTTAWA - Was Gerald Donohue an unqualified consultant who made roughly $20,000 for using Google, talking to Sen. Mike Duffy on the phone and cutting cheques to sub-contractors?Or was the ailing Ottawa-area...
Weak Metals Prices Hurt Mining Stocks, Weigh on Toronto Stock Market
Weak metals prices push TSX to lower close--TORONTO - Weakness in metals prices weighed on mining stocks, pushing the Toronto stock market to a lower close Monday.Toronto's S&P/TSX composite index gave back 51.11 points to close at 13,382.38, while...
Wounded Oct. 22 Officer Tells His Story as 20 Honoured for Bravery
Wounded Oct. 22 officer tells his story--OTTAWA - A House of Commons security officer who was shot in the leg when a gunman stormed Parliament Hill says he thought he would die that day.Const. Samearn Son was one of 20 parliamentary security officers...
Wrongfully Convicted Man's Decision to Represent Himself Was Unwise: B.C. Lawyer
Documents may not have helped Ivan Henry: lawyer--VANCOUVER - The case of a man who was wrongfully imprisoned for nearly 30 years after representing himself in court should be a cautionary tale for people accused of crimes, says a lawyer for the government...
YouTube Murder Threats against Arabs: Quebecer Granted Bail
Quebecer gets bail in YouTube murder threats--MONTREAL - A Quebec man charged in connection with a YouTube video in which someone wearing a Joker mask said one Arab would be murdered in the province every week was granted bail Monday.The Crown agreed...
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