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Articles from April 9, 2018

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40 Illnesses Reported as B.C. Officials Warn of Norovirus Outbreak
Two B.C. oyster farms closed by norovirus--VANCOUVER - Health officials in British Columbia have closed two oyster farms amid an investigation into another outbreak of norovirus linked to the consumption of raw oysters.The BC Centre for Disease Control...
Accused Killer Found Johnston Kissing Another Man, Halifax Jury Told
Butcher found Johnston with another man, jury told--HALIFAX - A witness testified Monday that he was becoming intimate with Montreal-born yoga instructor Kristin Johnston when Nicholas Butcher unexpectedly came into the bedroom, hours before he allegedly...
ADVISORY-Atl-Calendar
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Advisory-Prairie-Calendar
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Alberta Premier Spells out Retaliation in 'Frank Chat' with B.C. Premier
Alberta talks retaliation in pipeline spat with B.C.--EDMONTON - Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says British Columbia's opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline threatens the rule of law in Canada and says she made it clear in a phone call to B.C. Premier...
A Look at the Victims of the Humboldt Team Bus Crash
A look at victims of the Humboldt team bus crash--HUMBOLDT, Sask. - Fifteen people were killed and 14 others injured in a horrific crash involving the Humboldt Broncos hockey team. Here is what we know so far about those who died:------Tyler Bieber:Bieber,...
Argos to Introduce Lower Ticket Prices and Nix Parking Lot Tailgating
Cheaper tickets in store for Argos fans--Toronto Argonauts fans can expect lower ticket prices this season, along with tailgating inside the stadium and branding focused on the team's roots as a rowing club.The changes announced Monday are part of owner...
--Atlantic Update-
---(NB-Deer-Population)A picturesque East Coast tourist town is fighting to keep its deer population under control as residents deal with decimated gardens, damaged property and smelly surprises in their backyards.St. Andrews is just slightly over eight...
--Atlantic Update-
(NB-Speaker-Suspended)The lawyer for New Brunswick Speaker Chris Collins says his client will fight -- quote -- "tooth and nail" against allegations of harassment.Lawyer T-J Burke says Collins has received no information on the nature of the allegation.He...
At This Museum, Even the Building Structure Is about a Journey to Hope
A journey to hope at human rights museum--WINNIPEG - The young men and women in the photograph are smiling broadly. Some are laughing. One is playing an accordion. They're clearly having a great time.The dozen people looking toward the camera could be...
Bartering Community Bunz Faces Questions about Ethos with Cryptocurrency Plan
Bartering community Bunz launches digital currency--TORONTO - Bunz, the Canadian online bartering community known for promoting a cash-free economy, is not abandoning its ethos with plans to launch its own cryptocurrency, company CEO Sascha Mojtahedi...
B.C. Premier Denies Crisis, Says One Investment Doesn't Make an Economy
Horgan says one project does not make economy--VICTORIA - British Columbia Premier John Horgan showed no signs Monday of backing down on the battle over the Kinder Morgan pipeline, rejecting widespread claims his government's challenge of the $7.4 billion...
B.C. Takes New Approach to Testing Older Drivers, Some Ask If Ageism a Factor
B.C. takes new approach to testing older drivers--VICTORIA - Frank Harding is 98 years old and most days he drives his 1990 Volvo sedan to the Comox Recreation Centre where he works out. One summer, the resident of Courtenay, B.C., said he drove across...
--B-C Update-
------(BC-Trans-Mountain-Injunction)A B-C Supreme Court judge says there's no doubt in his mind that the alleged actions of protesters near two Trans Mountain sites in Burnaby amount to criminal contempt of court.Justice Kenneth Affleck says the Crown...
Cabinet to Hold Emergency Meeting Tuesday in Bid to Save Pipeline Expansion
Trudeau, cabinet meet to talk Trans Mountain--OTTAWA - Faced with an escalating battle between British Columbia and Alberta as well as a spooked investment community, federal cabinet ministers will gather Tuesday for an emergency meeting in search of...
Canada Already Helping African-Led Counter-Terror Force in Mali: Sajjan
Canada helping counter-terror force in Mali--OTTAWA - Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan sidestepped a question Monday about Canadian peacekeepers supporting an African-led counter-terror force in Mali, saying Canada has already helped what is known as the...
Canada Basketball's Paige Crozon Playing Down under for Her Humboldt Home
Crozon playing Down Under for Humboldt home--GOLD COAST, Australia - Paige Crozon is wearing Canada on her jersey at the Commonwealth Games, but she is now playing for Humboldt.Basketball has taken the 23-year-old to the University of Utah, a pro team...
Canadian Gymnasts Add to Their Medal Haul at Commonwealth Games in Australia
Canada gymnasts add to medal haul down Under--GOLD COAST, Australia - After collecting a six-pack of medals Sunday, Canadian gymnasts won a silver and bronze on the final day of artistic competition at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.Montreal's Cory...
Canadian Tire Corp. Expands Loyalty Program to Cover More Retail Brands
Canadian Tire Corp. expands loyalty program--TORONTO - Canadian Tire Corp. says it's expanding its loyalty program to allow customers to collect and redeem Canadian Tire Money across its various retail brands.The company says starting later this spring,...
Canadian Tire Expands Loyalty Program to Cover More Retail Brands
Canadian Tire expands loyalty program--TORONTO - Canadian Tire Corp. says it's expanding its loyalty program to allow customers to collect and redeem Canadian Tire Money across its various retail brands.The company says starting later this spring, customers...
Canucks President Optimistic about Future despite Missing Playoffs
Canucks excited to see young team grow--VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks missed the playoffs for a third consecutive season and two of the best players in franchise history are retiring, and yet there is a sense of optimism around the team heading into...
Celebrity Birthdays for April 9
Celebrity birthdays for April 9--Celebrity Birthdays for April 9:Satirical songwriter and mathematician Tom Lehrer is 90. Naturalist Jim Fowler ("Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom") is 88.Actor Jean-Paul Belmondo is 85. Actress Michael Learned ("The Waltons")...
CP Explains: How Bodies Are Identified by the Authorities
CP Explains: How bodies are identified--TORONTO - Authorities in Saskatchewan apologized Monday for an identity mix-up in which a hockey player was identified as among the 15 killed in last week's bus crash -- only to discover it was, in fact, his teammate...
Crescent Point Energy Says Activist Cation Capital Lacks Credibility
Crescent Point targeted by activist investor--CALGARY - Crescent Point Energy Corp. is dismissing an activist investor's call for changes to the company's board as an ill-conceived and self-serving exercise.Cation Capital Inc., which holds a 0.3 per...
Dyed Hair, Similar Builds Behind Mix-Up of Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash Victims
Identity mix-up for victims of Broncos crash--HUMBOLDT, Sask. - One family got the worst news, the other the best.After believing Humboldt Broncos hockey player Parker Tobin had survived the team's bus crash late last week in Saskatchewan, his family...
Editorial Exchange: Carbon Confusion Continues at Every Level
Editorial Exchange: Carbon confusion continues at every level--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published April 7:The precise word choice for this situation is "maddening."And what's interesting is that the reason for the increased level of...
Editorial Exchange: Deaths by Police Can and Must Be Reduced
Editorial Exchange: Deaths by police can and must be reduced--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published April 9:The "Deadly Force" investigation by CBC News released last week, chronicling deaths in which police were involved across Canada from 2000...
Editorial Exchange: Montreal Should Include Turbans and Hijabs in Police Uniforms
Editorial Exchange: Montreal should include turbans and hijabs in police uniforms--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published April 8:Quite sensibly, a Montreal councillor wants the city's police force to alter its uniform code to allow Sikh men to...
--Eighteenth NewsWatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) (Audio: 088)Saskatchewan's Ministry of Justice is offering its "sincerest" apologies and condolences after a mix-up involving two of the players involved in the Humboldt Broncos crash.The body of Parker Tobin was mistaken for...
--Eighth NewsWatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash)The Saskatchewan coroner's office is apologizing for wrongly identifying one of the teens killed in Friday's Humboldt Broncos bus crash.The body of Parker Tobin was mistaken for that of Xavier Labelle, who is injured, but alive.The...
Electoral Boundaries Bill Deferred after Objections by N.S. Acadian Groups
N.S. electoral boundaries bill deferred--HALIFAX - Representatives of Nova Scotia's Acadian community voiced strong objections Monday that resulted in the temporary deferment of a bill proposing changes to how the province's electoral map is drawn.The...
--Eleventh NewsWatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) (Audio: 92)In the midst of almost-unprecedented grief comes an unprecedented mistake.Saskatchewan's Ministry of Justice says authorities mistook the body of one of the Humboldt Broncos players for another.They revealed this morning...
Ex-Hostage Boyle to Go over Psychiatric Evaluation with His Lawyer
Ex-hostage Boyle to review medical evaluation--OTTAWA - Former Afghanistan hostage Joshua Boyle, who faces several assault charges, will soon review a recently completed psychiatric evaluation with his lawyer.Lawrence Greenspon, counsel for Boyle, said...
Feds Set Aside $1.6 Billion for outside Help with Military Challenges
Feds earmark $1.6 billion for defence help--CALGARY - The federal government is asking universities, companies and others to help the military with several pressing challenges, including how to better treat PTSD, increase female recruitment, monitor...
--Fifteenth NewsWatch-
---(Victims-US-Mixup) (Audio: 127)One provincial coroner is lending his support to his counterpart in Saskatchewan who made a heartbreaking mistake in mis-identifying two hockey players killed in Friday's devastating bus crash.Nova Scotia's chief medical...
--Fifth Newswatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash)(Audio:07)Pastor Sean Brandow told last night's vigil in the home arena of Saskatchewan's Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team that he arrived on the gruesome scene of Friday's bus crash -- quote -- "to a scene I never want to see...
Firms Still Positive about Future, but Some See Moderation Ahead: Central Bank
Companies remain positive: Bank of Canada--OTTAWA - Firms remain upbeat about future sales, business investment and hiring -- but some are predicting a moderation following last year's red-hot pace, the Bank of Canada's latest business outlook survey...
Firms Still Positive about Future despite Uncertainties: Central Bank
Companies remain positive: Bank of Canada--OTTAWA - Canadian firms remain upbeat about future sales, business investment and hiring even as the country faces stubborn economic uncertainties from outside its borders, a Bank of Canada poll suggested Monday.The...
--First NewsWatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash)(Audio:02)Tears flowed among the thousands who packed the home arena of Saskatchewan's Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team last night.The community struck with unimaginable tragedy took a step towards healing with a gathering to...
Five-Year High for Fatalities on OPP-Patrolled Roads, Waterways in 2017
Five-year high for deaths on OPP-patrolled roads--ORILLIA, Ont. - Ontario Provincial Police say they saw a five-year high for the number of fatalities from collisions on roads they patrol in 2017, including a 10-year high for the number of people killed...
--Fourteenth NewsWatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) (Audio: 117)Former N-H-L player Sheldon Kennedy says no one should start laying blame for a mistake by the coroner's office that led to a mix-up of identities in the Saskatchewan bus crash.The office mistook the body of 18-year-old...
--Fourth Newswatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash)Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe and hockey commentators Don Cherry and Ron MacLean were among the thousands gathered at the hockey arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan last night.They were there to remember...
Friends to Foes: Jets' Hellebuyck, Wild's Dubnyk Ready for Playoff Goaltending Duel
Jets aim to keep soaring in series with Wild--WINNIPEG - Connor Hellebuyck is going to try to make sure his golfing buddy Devan Dubnyk hits the links before he does this spring.The goaltenders became friends while training and playing golf together last...
Habs Forward Gallagher Says Team Struggled to Find Solutions for Their Struggles
Gallagher: 'We weren't good enough'--MONTREAL - The Montreal Canadiens had a feeling things weren't going well from the start of training camp.They didn't, as the team plummeted from 103 points and a division title in 2016-17 to 71 points to finish well...
Head of Rogers' NHL Coverage Hopes Exciting Jets, Leafs Will Draw Strong Ratings
Rogers confident Leafs, Jets will draw viewers--It has been a quarter century since a Canadian team has captured the Stanley Cup. Two teams will try to break that string starting this week when the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Winnipeg Jets join 14 American-based...
Health-Lifestyles News as of 3 P.M., Monday April 9
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...
Hijabs Back in Quebec Spotlight as Veiled Muslim Woman Prepares to Seek Election
Hijab debate returns to Quebec politics--MONTREAL - The divisive debate in Quebec about the clothes Muslim women choose to wear is back in the spotlight, less than six months before the fall provincial election.Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante suggested...
Hockey Sticks Left on Porches in Tribute to Humboldt Broncos Crash Victims
Hockey stick tributes pour in for Humboldt victims--Social media users are reaching out to the Saskatchewan town of Humboldt, sharing photos of hockey sticks left on front porches to pay tribute to the 15 lives lost after a bus carrying the Broncos junior...
Homophobia: Old Problem, New Disguise in 'Love, Simon'
Homophobia: Old problem, new disguise in 'Love, Simon'--This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the...
Humboldt Bronco Player's Organ Donation Inspires Others to Become Donors
Hockey player's organ donation inspires others--Many social media users say the donation of Humboldt Broncos player Logan Boulet's organs has inspired them to become donors themselves, with health officials in two provinces saying online registrations...
Institutions across Ontario Pay Tribute to Victims of Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash
Ontario pays tribute to Humboldt Broncos--Organizations across Ontario are paying tribute to the victims of last week's fatal bus crash involving Saskatchewan's Humboldt Broncos, with one Toronto university's efforts displaying a personal connection...
In the News Today, April 9
In the news today, April 9--Six stories in the news for Monday, April 9------BRONCOS PASTOR RECALLS THE 'VALLEY OF DARKNESS'Thousands gathered last night to remember the 15 people who died when the Humboldt Broncos' bus crashed on Friday. And they heard...
Investigating Humboldt Team Bus Crash Likely to Be a Long Process, Experts Say
Bus crash investigation will take months: experts--MONTREAL - The investigation into a deadly crash that killed 15 people in northeastern Saskatchewan last Friday will be a long and painstaking one, according to several collision experts.Retired RCMP...
Jon Hamm Says Criticism of 'Beirut' Film Is Part of Online 'Outrage Machine'
Jon Hamm on why 'Beirut' was shot in Morocco--TORONTO - Between the five languages spoken on set, bureaucracy issues and speedy month-long shoot during Ramadan when Muslim crew members were fasting, producers on the new hostage drama "Beirut" "moved...
Kinder Morgan Canada's Pipeline Woes Hurting Investment in Canada: Observers
Pipeline issues hurting investment: observers--CALGARY - The suspension of work on Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd.'s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project will have a "chilling" effect on overall investment in Canada, industry observers say.The company's...
Kinder Morgan CEO Says Political Solution Needed for Trans Mountain Project
Political solution needed: Kinder Morgan CEO--CALGARY - Kinder Morgan is open to discussing an investment in its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by the Alberta government if there's clear assurance that the project can actually be completed, the company's...
Maple Leafs Feeling Confident as They Prepare for Playoff Meeting with Boston
Leafs a more confident group this time around--TORONTO - James van Riemsdyk didn't see a lot of experience when he looked around the Toronto Maple Leafs' locker room at this time last spring.After a tough six-game playoff series with the Washington Capitals,...
Mexico: 80 per Cent Chance of New NAFTA, as Talks Spread across Continents
Mexico: 80 per cent chance of new NAFTA soon--WASHINGTON - A rush to conclude a new NAFTA agreement could see negotiations spread this week across two continents and more than 5,600 kilometres in a spurt of non-stop bargaining.Officials return to the...
More Staffing Needed to Address Anticipated Influx of Asylum Seekers: Union
More staffing needed for asylum spike: union--OTTAWA - As Canada braces for another influx of asylum seekers coming from the U.S., border workers are raising concerns about resources while officials are trying to stem the tide of illegal migrants.Jean-Pierre...
More Than One in 100 Nunavut Infants Have TB
More than one in 100 Nunavut infants have TB--This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site.___Author:...
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 (15,227.70, up 20.29 points)Neovasc Inc. (TSX:NVC). Medical devices. Unchanged at eight cents on 21.4 million...
Mother Heading to India to Watch Movie Inspired by Her Son's Last Christmas
Indian movie inspired by Canadian boy's last Christmas--A Canadian mother will be heading to India to watch the premiere of a film inspired by the story of her seven-year-old son, who got to celebrate Christmas in October before he died of a terminal...
National Audio 11:55 AM ET
National Audio 11:55 AM ET--NAT087 - (Britain-Royal-Wedding-Gifts) LONDON. x-17s. Planning to send Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a toaster or tea kettle as a wedding gift? Charles de Ledesma reports the royal couple would much prefer charity donations...
National Audio 12:05 PM ET
National Audio 12:05 PM ET--NAT091 - (US-Airline Quality) UNDATED. x-33s. (Warren Levinson) A new report shows airline service in the U-S has improved in the last year, except in on-time performance. (SOURCE: The Associated Press)--NAT092 - (HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash)...
National Audio 12:15 AM ET
National Audio 12:15 AM ET--NAT111 - (HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) HUMBOLDT, Sask. x-22s. There were tears and hugs as hundreds filled an arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, to remember 15 people who died in a horrific crash. People laid flowers in a circle around...
National Audio 12:15 PM ET
National Audio 12:15 PM ET--NAT094 - (People-Tony-Robbins) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) UNDATED. x-17s. Popular life coach Tony Robbins has come under fire for comments he made about the "MeToo" movement after a video of one of his events went viral. Reporter...
National Audio 12:25 AM ET
National Audio 12:25 AM ET--NAT113 - (HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) (For Production) HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan. x-50s. There were tears and hugs as hundreds of people gathered at the hockey arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, to remember the 15 people who died in Friday's...
National Audio 12:35 AM ET
National Audio 12:35 AM ET--NAT113 - (HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) (For Production) HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan. x-50s. There were tears and hugs as hundreds of people gathered at the hockey arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, to remember the 15 people who died in Friday's...
National Audio 2:05 PM ET
National Audio 2:05 PM ET--NAT106 - (Bill Cosby) (FOR PRODUCTION) NORRISTOWN, Pa. x-18s. A topless protester who jumped a barricade and got within metres of Bill Cosby has been identified as a 39-year-old New Jersey woman who appeared on several episodes...
National Audio 2:35 AM ET
National Audio 2:35 AM ET--NAT002 - (HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) HUMBOLDT, Sask. x-30s. (Kelly Malone) Thousands packed the Broncos' home arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan Sunday night to remember the 15 people killed when the junior hockey club's bus crashed...
National Audio 3:45 PM ET
National Audio 3:45 PM ET--NAT119 - (Trans-Mountain-Notley) EDMONTON. x-10s. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she's had a frank discussion with B-C counterpart John Horgan after Kinder Morgan's decision to scale back spending on the Trans Mountain...
National Audio 4:45 AM ET
National Audio 4:45 AM ET--NAT038 - (NL-Antibiotics) ST. JOHN'S, N.L. x-18s. Newfoundland and Labrador leads Canada and the U-S for overuse of antibiotics -- which doctors say raises risks that drug resistance could cause fatal infections. They say antibiotics...
National Audio 4:55 AM ET
National Audio 4:55 AM ET--NAT046 - (US-Trump-EPA-Security) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) WASHINGTON. x-15s. Supporters of embattled U-S Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt blame mounting ethics questions on his controversial push for de-regulation...
National Audio 5:05 AM ET
National Audio 5:05 AM ET--NAT049 - (US-Facebook-Privacy-Scandal) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) UNDATED. x-16s. Tough questions are expected when Facebook C-E-O Mark Zuckerberg appears before the U-S Senate Judiciary Committee this week. Congress is reacting...
National Audio 5:15 PM ET
National Audio 5:15 PM ET--NAT137 - (US-MED-Smoking-Drugs-Heart) WASHINGTON. x-19s. New research shows the stop-smoking drugs Chantix and Zyban are as safe for the heart as nicotine patches and dummy pills. The results are from industry-funded research...
National Audio 5:35 PM ET
National Audio 5:35 PM ET--NAT147 - (US-Syria) WASHINGTON. x-08s. The White House says U-S President Donald Trump is focused on responding to the apparent use of chemical weapons in Syria. Opposition activists say 40 people died in a chemical attack...
National Audio 5:45 AM ET
National Audio 5:45 AM ET--NAT061 - (US-Long-Island-Bus-Accident) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) LAKEVIEW, N.Y. x-11s. Over 40 people, mostly students returning from a spring break trip, were injured last night after a serious bus accident on New York's Long Island....
National Audio 6:15 PM ET
National Audio 6:15 PM ET--NAT150 - (US-Syria) WASHINGTON. x-34s. (Sagar Meghani) President Donald Trump is promising a quick decision on the U-S response to a suspected chemical attack in Syria. (WA) (SOURCE:The Associated Press)--NAT151 - (ENT-Bill-Cosby)...
National Audio 6:45 PM ET
National Audio 6:45 PM ET--NAT157 - (US-Trump-Russia-Probe) (EXTENDED) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) WASHINGTON. x-27s. U-S government agents have seized documents from President Donald Trump's personal lawyer. Reporter Aaron Katersky says the agents were carrying...
National Audio 7:35 PM ET
National Audio 7:35 PM ET--NAT167 - (HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash) SASKATOON. x-09s. There are fewer people still in hospital from a bus crash that killed 15 people in Saskatchewan. The injured are in Royal University Hospital. Hospital executive Dr. Mark Wahba...
'Netflix for Movie Theatres' Competitor Sinemia Quietly Launches in Canada
MoviePass competitor Sinemia quietly launches in Canada--TORONTO - The all-you-can-watch company MoviePass that's been dubbed by some as a "Netflix for theatres" hasn't revealed plans to come to Canada, but its competitor has quietly launched here.Sinemia,...
New National Security Committee to Look at Jaspal Atwal Controversy
New security committee to look at Atwal case--OTTAWA - The new national security committee of parliamentarians is conducting a special review of the Jaspal Atwal affair that has dogged the Liberal government since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's ill-fated...
NHL Art Ross Trophy Winners List
NHL Art Ross Trophy Winners List--Winners of the National Hockey League's Art Ross Trophy, awarded to the league's highest point-scorer during the regular season:2017-18 _ Connor McDavid, Edmonton2016-17 _ Connor McDavid, Edmonton2015-16 _ Patrick Kane,...
NHL William Jennings Trophy Winners List
NHL William Jennings Trophy Winners List--Winners of the National Hockey League's William Jennings Trophy, awarded to goaltenders playing in a minimum of 25 games for the team with the fewest goals allowed (x_1994-95 and 2012-13 minimums were lowered...
--Nineteenth NewsWatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash-Error) (Audio: 104)The Saskatchewan justice ministry says it can't apologize enough to two families with 18-year-old sons involved in the Humboldt Broncos crash.In all the confusion after Friday evening's horrific accident, the...
--Ninth NewsWatch-
---(HKO-Sask-Bus-Crash)The Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice is calling the mix-up of the identities of two players in the Humboldt Broncos crash unprecedented in the province's history.Spokesman Drew Wilby says similar hair colour and builds contributed...
'Not Surprising:' United Conservative Leader to Abstain on Abortion Safe Zones
United Conservative leader to abstain on abortion zones--EDMONTON - Alberta United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney says proposed legislation creating safe zones around abortion clinics is political game-playing by the NDP government.He said Monday he...
Nova Scotia Cannabis Legislation to Move Ahead without Amendments
N.S. cannabis bill to proceed unchanged--HALIFAX - Legislation governing legalized cannabis in Nova Scotia is moving ahead, despite calls from several health groups for the Liberal government to strengthen provisions governing where the drug can be smoked...
Ontario Realtors' Group Calls for Stronger Protections against Grow-Ops
Realtors want stricter rules on grow-ops--TORONTO - Ontario's real estate agents want stronger rules to protect home buyers from purchasing a former marijuana grow-op -- a situation they say will increase once cannabis is legalized this year.The Ontario...
Ontario Reservist Pleads Guilty to Disgraceful Conduct for Pinning Woman
Reservist fined, reprimanded for pinning woman--HALIFAX - A former navy reservist from Windsor, Ont., who pinned one of his female peers on a bed and tried to touch her as she told him to stop has been fined $2,000 and issued a reprimand after pleading...
--Ontario Update-
---(Funeral-Home-Fraud)A former Ontario funeral home director is facing charges after allegedly defrauding the families of people who'd pre-paid for their arrangements.The O-P-P say the investigation centred on the Watts Funeral Home, a now-shuttered...
--Ontario Update-
(Ontario-Humboldt-Tributes)The fatal bus crash involving Saskatchewan's Humboldt Broncos has inspired numerous tributes in Ontario.Among the 15 people killed in Friday's horrific crash was the Broncos' assistant coach Mark Cross, who was a recent graduate...
Photo Advisory Addition
Photo advisory addition--The Canadian Press photo advisory addition for Monday, April 9, 2018. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time (EST) are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photojournalists.ADDITIONS: TORONTO--Toronto...
Prairie Audio 10:10 PM MT
Prairie Audio 10:10 PM MT----PR10 - (HKO-Sask-Hockey-Bus-Crash)HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan. x-50s. There were tears and hugs as hundreds of people gathered at the hockey arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, to remember the 15 people who died in Friday's horrific...
Prairie Audio 10:20 PM MT
Prairie Audio 10:20 PM MT----PR10 - (HKO-Sask-Hockey-Bus-Crash)HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan. x-50s. There were tears and hugs as hundreds of people gathered at the hockey arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, to remember the 15 people who died in Friday's horrific...
Prairie Audio 10:30 PM MT
Prairie Audio 10:30 PM MT----PR10 - (HKO-Sask-Hockey-Bus-Crash)HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan. x-50s. There were tears and hugs as hundreds of people gathered at the hockey arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, to remember the 15 people who died in Friday's horrific...
--Prairie Update-
(Trans-Mountain-Suspension)Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says Kinder Morgan's deadline on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is a rebuke to the actions of the British Columbia government.The company announced yesterday it is suspending all non-essential...
--Prairie Update-
(Trans-Mountain-Trudeau) (Alta Note)Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says the federal government is considering an investment in the Trans Mountain pipeline, as one way to help get the troubled project completed.But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dodged...
Prep-Agriculture-Report
(Blueberries-Competition-Bureau)The federal Competition Bureau says it is investigating allegations of anti-competitive conduct in the wild blueberry industry.Spokeswoman Veronique Aupry says there has been no conclusion of wrongdoing and no charges...
Prep-Entertainment-Report
Prep-Entertainment-Report-----BILL COSBY - RETRIALNORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) _ With opening statements in Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial set for today, prosecutors have lined up a parade of accusers to make the case that the man revered as "America's...
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