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Articles from March 2, 2016

2016 Tim Hortons Brier Rosters
2016 Tim Hortons Brier rosters--OTTAWA - Team rosters for the Tim Hortons Brier, to be held Thursday through Mar. 13 in TD Place at Lansdowne Park (in order of team, home club, skip, third, second, lead, alternate and coach):ALBERTAThe Glencoe Club,...
A Closer Look a the Assisted-Death Ruling Handed Down in Alberta This Week
A closer look at the Alberta assisted death ruling--A judge granted a Calgary woman's application to have a doctor-assisted death, under an exemption allowed by the Supreme Court while the federal government crafts a new law governing the practice. It's...
Blue Jays Register 4-4 Tie with Phillies in Spring Training Home Opener
Jays tie Phillies in spring home opener--DUNEDIN, Fla. - Aaron Sanchez set the goal to be in the Toronto Blue Jays 2016 starting rotation the moment they lost to Kansas City in last year's American League Championship Series.In the five months since,...
Brier Curling Champions by Province
Brier Curling Champions by Province--Brier champions by province since the inception of the Canadian men's curling championship in 1927 (note--skips playing as "Team Canada" have only been counted once and not under the province they have curled out...
British-Columbia-in-the-News
TRUDEAU SAYS SHIFT TO LOW-CARBON ECONOMY WILL MEAN ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIESPrime Minister Justin Trudeau says a low-carbon economy will mean jobs and opportunity for Canadians.He opened the week-long Globe clean-tech conference in Vancouver with a speech,...
Business News Advisory
Business News Advisory--WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2,2016BUSINESS NEWS ADVISORYHere are the CP Business Department's late plans for today. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Entries are subject to change as news develops. If you have any questions, please...
Canadian Alex Harvey Registers Ninth-Place Finish in Ski Tour Canada Event
Harvey ninth in Ski Tour Canada event--MONTREAL - Canadian Alex Harvey overcame cold winds and soft snow conditions to finish ninth in the second stage of a Ski Tour Canada competition Wednesday.Harvey, 27, of Saint-Ferreol-les-Neiges, Que., posted a...
Canadian Men's Curling Champions Full-Team List
Expanded Brier Curling Champions--Brier champions since the inception of the Canadian men's curling championship in 1927 (with skip, third, second, lead, alternate and coach _ if available):Tim Hortons Brier2015 _ Canada (John Morris, Pat Simmons, Carter...
Canadian Miner Integra Gold Names Finalists in Crowdsourcing Challenge
Miner names crowdsourcing challenge finalists--TORONTO - Could crowdsourcing, artificial intelligence and virtual reality play a prominent role in the evolution of the mining industry?The 32-year-old chief executive of Quebec-based Integra Gold Corp.,...
Canadian Triathlete Sweetland Changes Things Up Ahead of Final Olympic Push
Sweetland switches it up in Whistler--WHISTLER, B.C. - Kirsten Sweetland knows it seems a bit odd.Like most triathletes, she usually spends the winter in warm climates preparing for the gruelling season ahead -- not beside snow-covered British Columbia...
Canadian Women Face off in Historic Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race
Canadians face off in Oxford-Cambridge race--LONDON - Canadians Ashton Brown and Emma Lukasiewicz will face off later this month in the Oxford-Cambridge Women's Boat Race. Both Canadians will row in the bow in the March 27 race.The 27-year-old Brown...
Canadian Women Lose Opening Match to Denmark 1-0 at Algarve Cup Soccer Tourney
Canada loses to Denmark at Algarve Cup--ALBUFEIRA, Portugal - Unable to convert scoring chances, Canada dropped its Algarve Cup women's soccer opener in a 1-0 loss to Denmark.It was the first game for the Canadian women since the CONCACAF Women's Olympic...
Champions at the Brier List
Past champions at The Brier curling tournament--Brier champions since the inception of the Canadian men's curling championship in 1927 (skip in parentheses):Tim Hortons Brier2015 _ Team Canada (John Morris)2014 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe)2013 _ Northern Ontario...
Climate Change: Aboriginal Leaders Tell Trudeau They Want Seat at the Table
Aboriginal Peoples want say in climate change policy--VANCOUVER - Indigenous leaders told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the premiers Wednesday that they want a role in developing climate change policy. "It's like we're standing at the doorway," said...
Company Discriminated against B.C. Christian University Graduate: Tribunal
Christian graduate wins human rights case--VANCOUVER - A graduate of a Christian university has been awarded $8,500 by a British Columbia human-rights tribunal that found a company refused to hire her in part because of her religion.Bethany Paquette...
Could the Republican Party Really Break Up over Trump? Defection Threats Mount
Can the Republican party really break up?--WASHINGTON - Analysts at Fox News casually speculated about the potential death of the Republican party. On another network, Ronald Reagan's former speechwriter was emphatic: We're witnessing the shattering...
Court Case of Calgary Woman Allowed Doctor-Assisted Death Sets Example for Others
Calgary case paves way for doctor-assisted deaths--CALGARY - It's not clear how many Canadians have applied to the courts for physician-assisted deaths, but some experts say the first case involving a terminally ill Alberta woman has set an example for...
CP's Picks for Canada's First 16 Players for World Cup of Hockey
Projecting Canada's first 16 World Cup players--TORONTO - An unbeatable juggernaut at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, Canada is lining up to be equally potent at the World Cup this fall. Canadian general manager Doug Armstrong and head coach Mike Babcock have...
David Walliams Goes from 'Little Britain' to Books for Little Ones
David Walliams goes from 'Little Britain' to kids books--TORONTO - When David Walliams created and starred in the irreverent BBC sketch show "Little Britain," playing characters including a psychiatric hospital patient and an unconvincing transvestite,...
Death of Lion Who Escaped Zoo Enclosure Highlights Lack of Regulations:advocates
Lion's death raises questions about zoo rules--TORONTO - The consternation surrounding an Ontario zoo's decision to kill a lion that escaped from its enclosure on the weekend is raising questions on two fronts -- regulations surrounding wild animals,...
Deb Jorn, Who Ran Valeant's Dermatology and Gastrointestinal Businesses, Resigns
Valeant executive Deb Jorn resigns--LAVAL, Que. - Valeant Pharmaceuticals International announced Wednesday that Deb Jorn has resigned as executive vice-president, company group chairman, effective immediately.Jorn was responsible for running Valeant's...
Disabled Protesters Call B.C. Government 'Mean, Shameful' at Legislature Protest
Disabled protesters say B.C. bus pass fee 'mean'--VICTORIA - A Victoria woman receiving monthly disability payments says she will struggle to make ends meet after British Columbia's government introduced a fee for a bus pass that had been free.Eryn Rolston...
Don't Pit Pipelines against Wind Turbines, PM Says as Fed-Prov Meetings Open
Pipeline politics dog fed-prov climate summit--VANCOUVER - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used a speech to a clean tech conference Wednesday to make a direct pitch for the expansion of Canada's oil and gas sector -- a direction he later appeared to dial...
Editorial Exchange:
Editorial Exchange: How much of the Apple can the U.S. government bite?--An editorial from the Halifax Chronicle-Herald, published March 2:There's an almost biblical dimension to the security-vs-privacy battle between America's law enforcement agency,...
Editorial Exchange: A Spotlight on Struggling Media
Editorial Exchange: A spotlight on struggling media--An editorial from the Waterloo Region Record, published March 1:It was a moment of joy and triumph to be sure, but there was also a tinge of irony, even sadness when the Best Picture Academy Award...
Editorial Exchange: Caution on New Assisted-Dying Law
Editorial Exchange: Caution on new assisted-dying law--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published Feb. 29:It would be flippant to say Canadians are rushing into death by design -- moving headlong into adopting assisted dying as a medically...
Editorial Exchange: Common Ground on Pipelines
Editorial Exchange: Common ground on pipelines--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published March 1:It's no means no, except when it doesn't. This is the Liberal government's position on getting developments such as pipelines through First Nations...
Editorial Exchange: Core of the Apple
Editorial Exchange: Core of the Apple--An editorial from the Prince George Citizen, published March 1:A fascinating legal battle is in full swing south of the border, with the United States government, law enforcement and security agencies on one side,...
Editorial Exchange: Free the Nipple (If You So Choose)
Editorial Exchange: Free the nipple (if you so choose)--An editorial from the Hamilton Spectator, published March 2:Just what is it about the nipple that has lawmakers in the U.S. so afraid?Lawmakers in New Hampshire are backing a bill which would make...
Editorial Exchange: Spotlight on Spotlight
Editorial Exchange: Spotlight on Spotlight--An editorial from the Prince George Citizen, published Feb. 29:Spotlight won the Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay Oscars at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. The movie is a fictional retelling of...
Editorial Exchange: What Route to Take with Uber?
Editorial Exchange: What route to take with Uber?--An editorial from the Waterloo Region Record, published March 2:It's time for Waterloo regional council to hop into the driver's seat, grab that steering wheel and tell us where its going with Uber,...
Edmonton Could Be Bucked off Canadian Finals Rodeo over Money Matters
Edmonton could lose Canadian Finals Rodeo--EDMONTON - Wrangling over money could see the Canadian Finals Rodeo pull out of Edmonton after 43 years.The Canadian Professional Rodeo Association said Wednesday it has rejected a proposal from the Oilers Entertainment...
Elephant, Not Culture at Issue in B.C. Woman's Campaign to Save Japan's Oldest
Expert crowdfunded to help Japan's oldest elephant--VANCOUVER - All Carol Buckley wishes for her first encounter with Japan's oldest elephant is that zookeepers accompany her to Hanako's concrete enclosure and allow her to peacefully observe.When the...
Entertainment News as of 3 P.M. Wednesday, March 2
Entertainment News Advisory--Good afternoon from the Canadian Press entertainment department!Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please...
Federal Court Sides with Government over Vetting Bills for Charter Compliance
Court backs feds over legislation standards--OTTAWA - The Federal Court of Canada has rejected a former government lawyer's claim that the Justice Department is lax when it vets proposed new laws for their ability to withstand charter challenges.Lawyer...
Federal Help for Bombardier Pitched by Premiers Couillard and Wynne
Bombardier pitch made by Couillard and Wynne--VANCOUVER - The premiers of Canada's two most populous provinces joined forces Wednesday to push for federal help for Bombardier's CSeries aircraft.Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard drew support from his...
Five Celebrities Who've Delved into the World of Children's Books
Five stars who've done children's books--TORONTO - "Little Britain" star David Walliams is among the many celebrities who've made the unlikely move into the world of children's books.Here are five others who've also written books for youngsters:-- Keith...
Five Stories in the News Today, March 2
Five stories in the news today, March 2--Five stories in the news today, March 2, from The Canadian Press:------TRUDEAU TO SPUR CLEAN TECH, THEN MEET PREMIERSPrime Minister Justin Trudeau will address the opening plenary session of the Globe clean tech...
Great Escape: Hickey, Greiss Lead New York Islanders over Vancouver Canucks 3-2
Hickey, Greiss help Islanders down Canucks--VANCOUVER - The New York Islanders know they got away with one.Thomas Hickey scored the winner in the third period and Thomas Greiss made 31 saves as New York defeated Vancouver 3-2 on Tuesday in a game where...
Great Expectations: Vancouver Whitecaps Daring to Dream Big in 2016
Vancouver Whitecaps daring to dream in 2016--VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Whitecaps are dreaming big in 2016.Following a return to the playoffs two years ago, the Major League Soccer club accumulated a franchise-record 53 points last season en route to...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 3 P.M. Wednesday, March 2
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Good afternoon from the Canadian Press lifestyles department!Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please...
Hockey Canada Brings Back Core of 2014 Olympic Team for World Cup
Canada names first 16 World Cup players--TORONTO - Hockey Canada is going back to a golden well for the 2016 World Cup.Twelve of the first 16 players named to the Canadian squad early Wednesday evening won gold at the most recent Winter Olympics in Sochi,...
Judge Finds ICBC Liable for Malicious Prosecution, Awards Woman Nearly $400,000
Judge finds ICBC liable for malicious prosecution--VANCOUVER - A British Columbia judge has awarded a woman who "experienced the wrath" of the province's insurance corporation nearly $400,000.Supreme Court Justice Susan Griffin said in a written decision...
Kanye West Lobs Insults at Canadian DJ Deadmau5 in Twitter Scuffle
Man versus Mau5: Kanye caught in Twitter spat--TORONTO - Kanye West got embroiled in another Twitter feud Wednesday after Canadian electronic dance producer Deadmau5 lambasted him for appearing to pirate music software.It started when the DJ from Niagara...
Katz Group Selling Rexall Pharmacies in $3-Billion Cash and Debt Deal
Rexall Health sold to U.S. firm McKesson--National drugstore chain Rexall Health is being sold to U.S. health care giant McKesson Corp. in a C$3-billion deal that one observer said was likely driven in part by the low Canadian dollar.The sale by the...
Lowry, DeRozan Combine for 63 Points in Raptors 104-94 Win over Jazz
Lowry leads Raptors to win over Jazz--TORONTO - The Toronto Raptors continue to win at the Air Canada Centre.Kyle Lowry scored 32 points while fellow all-star DeMar DeRozan added 31 as the Raptors beat the Utah Jazz 104-94 on Wednesday, stretching their...
Manitoba NDP Demand Liberals Drop Candidate over Social Media Comments
Manitoba Liberal in hot water over tweets--WINNIPEG - A Liberal candidate for the Manitoba election next month is in hot water over social media comments in which he uses derogatory terms to refer to women.Jamie Hall, who the Liberals nominated Tuesday...
Man Pleads Guilty in Drunk Driving Crash That Killed Western University Student
Man pleads guilty in crash that killed student--LONDON, Ont. - A man charged in a horrific crash that claimed the life of an 18-year-old Western University student has pleaded guilty to over 80 mg blood alcohol causing death.Twenty-five-year-old Jared...
Maurice Mierau Wins 2016 Kobzar Prize for 'Detachment: An Adoption Memoir'
Maurice Mierau wins 2016 Kobzar prize--TORONTO - Winnipeg writer and editor Maurice Mierau is the winner of the 2016 Kobzar Literary Award for his book "Detachment: An Adoption Memoir."Mierau received $20,000 and the book's publisher, Calgary's Freehand...
McDavid, Eichel Set to Become Teammates as North American Squad Names First 16
McDavid, Eichel headline North American roster--TORONTO - North American general manager Peter Chiarelli was still gushing Wednesday evening over the first NHL matchup of Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, allured by the prospect of what the two young stars...
Millions Unspent in Federal Fund for Parents of Murdered or Missing Children
Millions in federal victims fund gone unspent--OTTAWA - Millions of dollars in federal cash earmarked for the parents of missing or murdered children have gone unspent -- a clear sign that the program is in need of repair, says the federal ombudsman...
Montreal Furriers Still Practising Trade amid Changing Times
Montreal furriers carry on tradition--MONTREAL - As Sarkis Ajamian carefully slices the head off a silver fox pelt -- being sure to not cut any of the silky grey hair -- he's participating in an increasingly rare Canadian tradition.Ajamian is a third-generation...
More Ugly Fruit and Vegetables Coming to Loblaw Stores across Canada
Loblaw expands ugly fruit, vegetable line--TORONTO - Ugly food can mean a pretty profit.At least, that's the bet Loblaw (TSX:L) is making with its ugly duckling line of produce aimed at shoppers looking to save money on the sky-rocketing cost of fresh...
Most Actively Traded Companies on the TSX
Most actively traded companies on the TSX--Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (13,017.93, up 35.83 points):First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Miner. Up $1.43, or 27.55 per cent,...
N.B. Ruling Reinstates Women's Hockey Team, Calls Elimination Sexist
Eliminating women's team sexist: N.B. ruling--FREDERICTON - A new ruling has found that the University of New Brunswick discriminated on the basis of sex when it eliminated its varsity women's hockey team.The 105-page decision from the Labour and Employment...
Nova Scotia Launches Study of Impact - and Possible Regulation - of Uber, Airbnb
N.S. studies what to do about Uber, Airbnb--HALIFAX - The Nova Scotia government is studying how best to react to Uber, Airbnb and other "disruptive technologies" without driving away the tourists who have come to rely on them.Tourism Nova Scotia acting...
N.S. Offers Help to Descendants of Black Loyalists Denied Clear Title to Land
N.S. offers help to blacks denied clear title--HALIFAX - The Nova Scotia government says it will offer free support to descendants of black loyalists still trying to get clear title to their land after more than two centuries.The province provided land...
Ontario Man, 3 Foreign Nationals Arrested in Attempted Smuggling into Canada
Ontario man arrested in attempted smuggling--CORNWALL, Ont. - A Cornwall, Ont., man and three foreign nationals have been arrested in what border officials say was an attempt to smuggle people from the United States into Canada.The Canada Border Services...
Ont. University to Increase Aboriginal Faculty Members and Student Scholarships
Ontario university to boost aboriginal faculty--An Ontario university has responded to recommendations made in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission with its plan to hire five aboriginal professors and boost graduate scholarships to students who identify...
Ottawa Man Finds 'Huge Pile of Junk' in Driveway; Police Look for Junk's Owner
Ottawa man finds 'huge pile of junk' in driveway--Kit Pullen woke up Wednesday morning to piles of furniture stacked outside his garage door.The Ottawa man says he doesn't know how it got there, who it belongs to or what he'll do with it. "Do you want...
Ottawa Senators Hoping Goaltender Anderson Isn't out of Lineup for Long
Senators hoping Anderson returns shortly--OTTAWA - Ottawa Senators head coach Dave Cameron had some optimistic news Wednesday regarding the status of goaltender Craig Anderson.Anderson suffered a lower-body injury in Ottawa's 4-3 shootout loss to the...
Photo Advisory Additon
Photo advisory addition--The Canadian Press photo advisory addition for Wed., March 2, 2016. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time (EST) are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photographers. ADDITIONS: OTTAWA--Features on national...
PM Must Avoid Harkat File Due to Brother's Involvement: Watchdog Group
PM must avoid Harkat file, watchdog says--OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau should be barred from any role in deciding the fate of terror suspect Mohamed Harkat because the prime minister's brother is lobbying the government on the issue, a watchdog group says.Trudeau...
Radioactive Chemicals in Great Lakes Need Special Designation, Groups Say
Nuke activity threatening Great Lakes: groups--TORONTO - The tracking of dangerous radioactive substances in the Great Lakes basin is woefully inadequate given the intensive nuclear activity in the area, environmental and health groups say.In a letter...
Reilly Smith Scores Twice in Florida Panthers' 3-2 Win over Winnipeg Jets
Smith scores twice in Panthers win over Jets--WINNIPEG - Reilly Smith is still thankful the Florida Panthers have injected new life into his hockey career.Smith, who was traded from Boston last summer, showed that gratitude by scoring a pair of goals...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Thursday, March 3, 2016
The Canadian Press News Agenda for March 3--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for March 3 as of 9 p.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times local...
'The High Mountains of Portugal' by Yann Martel Tops Maclean's Fiction List
'The High Mountains of Portugal' tops Maclean's fiction list--Here are the top 10 hardcover fiction and non-fiction books in Canada for the week ending Feb. 28 as compiled by Maclean's magazine. The previous week's position is in parentheses.FICTION1....
The Skinny on Canada's First 16 Players
The skinny on Canada's first 16 players--TORONTO - The first 16 players named to Canada's 2016 World Cup featured a number of those who helped the country capture gold at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.ForwardsSidney Crosby: Canada's captain for the last gold-medal...
Top Atlantic News
Top Atlantic News--Here are the Top Atlantic News stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. AT. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. This advisory...
Top B.C. News as of 4 P.M
Top B.C. News--Wednesday, March 2B.C.-YUKON NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top B.C. and Yukon news stories from The Canadian Press as of 4 p.m. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops.TOP STORIES THIS HOUR:Don't...
Top News Advisory for Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Top News Advisory for March 2--Wednesday, March 23:25 p.m.Here are the latest Top News stories from The Canadian Press. Entries are subject to change. This includes projected word counts and the estimated timing of stories and updates, both of which...
Toronto Chapter of Herculez Gomez' Soccer Adventure Ends on Waiver Wire
Toronto FC says goodbye to Herculez Gomez--TORONTO - Having played for more than 10 clubs, Herculez Gomez has long known that soccer is a business.The veteran striker got another reminder this week when Toronto FC placed him on waivers. Gomez, who turns...
Toronto FC Trades Warner to Houston Dynamo to Ease Midfield Logjam
Toronto FC trades Warner to Houston Dynamo--TORONTO - Facing a logjam in midfield, Toronto FC sent Collen Warner to the Houston Dynamo for a conditional second-round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft.The pick could turn into a first-rounder depending on...
Torstar Reports $234.5M Quarterly Loss, Predicts Another Challenging Year
Torstar predicts challenging year ahead--TORONTO - Torstar Corp., which owns Canada's largest circulation newspaper, predicts another challenging year after reporting a $234.5 million loss in the fourth quarter, mostly as a result of writing down the...
TransCanada Taken Aback by Quebec Injunction over Energy East Pipeline
TransCanada taken aback by Quebec injunction--CALGARY - A TransCanada spokesman says the company was taken aback when the Quebec government announced it's planning legal action over the Energy East pipeline.Tim Duboyce says the Calgary-based firm believed...
TSX Listed Corporate Dividends and Distributions Declared March 2
TSX listed corporate dividends, distributions--Dividends or distributions were declared or upddated on the following listed issues on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Mar. 02, 2016.<Pwc Capital Inc. Cl 'b' Pr (TSX:PWC.PR.B): $0.42. Payable Jun 30. Record...
TSX Sees Fifth Consecutive Gain, Closes at Highest Level This Year
TSX closes at highest level this year--TORONTO - The Toronto Stock Exchange advanced for a fifth straight day Wednesday, finding support from base metals and gold stocks as Canada's main market nosed into positive territory for the first time this year.The...
Two Police Officers Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Man at Guelph, Ont., Hospital
Officers cleared in shooting of man at hospital--MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - The province's police watchdog says there are no reasonable grounds to charge two police officers who shot and killed a man inside Guelph General Hospital.The Special Investigations...
UBC Announces Members of Panel to Develop Sexual Assault Policy after Complaints
UBC announces panel to form sexual assault policy--VANCOUVER - The University of British Columbia has announced the members of a committee that will develop a sexual assault policy, after students complained the process for reporting attacks was broken.Kimberley...
Victims of 'Internet Black Widow' Concerned over Her Release in Nova Scotia
Victims fear release of N.S. 'Black Widow'--HALIFAX - Two men preyed upon by an elderly woman known as the "Internet Black Widow" say they fear for public safety as a Nova Scotia prison prepares to release her at the end of this month.Melissa Ann Shepard,...
What's Making News in Atlantic Canada
What's making news in Atlantic Canada--N.S. WOMAN KNOWN AS 'BLACK WIDOW' POISED FOR RELEASE FROM PRISONAn elderly Nova Scotia woman known as the "Internet Black Widow" because of her habit of targeting and preying on men she met over the internet will...
What's Making News in the Prairies
What's making news in the Prairies-----MANITOBA LIBERAL MAY BOW OUT OF RACE OVER TWEETSA Liberal candidate for the Manitoba election next month may bow out of the race over social media comments he made about women.Jamie Hall has posted dozens of tweets...
WHL Roundup: Chase Witala Powers Cougars Past Giants in 5-4 Shootout Win
WHL: Witala powers Cougars past Giants--PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - Chase Witala scored twice in regulation and had the only goal of the shootout to lift the Prince George Cougars over the Vancouver Giants 5-4 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action.Jesse...
Women Advised to Wait 2 Months to Get Pregnant after Travel to Zika Hotspots
Postpone pregnancy after visiting Zika area: PHAC--TORONTO - The Public Health Agency of Canada is advising women who want to get pregnant to wait at least two months after visiting countries where the Zika virus is circulating -- or could begin circulating...
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