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Canadian women's 3x3 hoops team advances to quarterfinals at Olympic qualifier

Canadian women's 3x3 hoops team advances to quarterfinals at Olympic qualifier

DEBRECEN, Hungary — The Canadian women's 3x3 basketball team is off to the quarterfinals at an Olympic qualifying tournament after defeating Czechia 17-10 on Saturday.
Power, Cozens lead Canada to 5-3 win over Finland at hockey worlds

Power, Cozens lead Canada to 5-3 win over Finland at hockey worlds

PRAGUE, Czechia — Owen Power had a goal and two assists as defending champion Canada remained undefeated at the world hockey championship with a 5-3 win over Finland Saturday.
Officials seize around $500,000 worth of elvers from Toronto's Pearson airport

Officials seize around $500,000 worth of elvers from Toronto's Pearson airport

TORONTO — A major seizure of baby eels at Toronto's Pearson International Airport that federal officials say were destined for shipment overseas are estimated to be worth between $400,000 and $500,000.
General manager Ross Atkins preaches patience as Toronto Blue Jays struggle

General manager Ross Atkins preaches patience as Toronto Blue Jays struggle

TORONTO — Ross Atkins isn't happy with the Blue Jays record, but he wants fans to know that there's a sense of urgency in Toronto's clubhouse that might not be apparent to people outside the organization.
Residents forced out of Fort McMurray neighbourhoods due to fire cleared to return

Residents forced out of Fort McMurray neighbourhoods due to fire cleared to return

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — The Alberta municipality governing the oilsands hub of Fort McMurray says residents ordered out due to a nearby wildfire are clear to return home as of today.
Oilers to start Stuart Skinner in net for must-win Game 6 vs. Canucks

Oilers to start Stuart Skinner in net for must-win Game 6 vs. Canucks

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers will start Stuart Skinner in net Saturday for a must-win Game 6 of their second-round playoff series against the Vancouver Canucks. Skinner replaces goalie Calvin Pickard, who was Edmonton's starter for Games 4 and 5.
Cline, Tuttosi give Canada rugby women powerful one-two punch at hooker

Cline, Tuttosi give Canada rugby women powerful one-two punch at hooker

With the Canadian women already qualified for the 2025 Rugby World Cup by virtue of their fourth-place finish at the last tournament, coach Kevin Rouet is adding to the depth in his squad. And nowhere is that more evident than at hooker.
Evacuation alert issued for parts of Old Crow as Yukon's Porcupine River floods

Evacuation alert issued for parts of Old Crow as Yukon's Porcupine River floods

OLD CROW, Yukon — Emergency officials have issued an evacuation alert for parts of Old Crow, Yukon as waters continue to rise on the Porcupine River due to seasonal breakup.

Passenger rail service suspended between Montreal and NYC after CN-Amtrak deal

MONTREAL — Amtrak says no passenger trains are set to run between Montreal and New York City for at least the next six weeks due to maintenance work after it struck a deal with Canadian National Railway Co. Schedules show that service on the U.S.
No expert consensus on AI risks, trajectory ‘remarkably uncertain’: report

No expert consensus on AI risks, trajectory ‘remarkably uncertain’: report

OTTAWA — A major international report on the safety of artificial intelligence says experts can’t agree on the risk the technology poses — and it’s unclear whether AI will help or harm us.