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Senate censures Sen. Michael MacDonald for 'insensitive' comments on 'Freedom Convoy'

Senate censures Sen. Michael MacDonald for 'insensitive' comments on 'Freedom Convoy'

OTTAWA — Senators have voted to condemn one of their own, following a colourful rant covertly recorded during the self-styled "Freedom Convoy" protest last year. The Senate ethics watchdog found this spring that Conservative Sen.
Lawyer for Alberta man accused in 1976 death of Calgary teen waiting for evidence

Lawyer for Alberta man accused in 1976 death of Calgary teen waiting for evidence

COCHRANE, ALBERTA — The lawyer for an Alberta man accused of killing a teenage girl in 1976 says the age of the case is causing a delay in getting access to evidence collected by prosecutors and police.

No return date for 700 Quebecers evacuated because of fears dike could burst

MONTREAL — It's unclear when about 700 people can return to their properties in Quebec's Laurentians region after they were forced out earlier this week because of fears a dike on a nearby river could fail, Public Security Minister François Bonnardel
Macklin Celebrini in the mix as Canada names roster for world junior selection camp

Macklin Celebrini in the mix as Canada names roster for world junior selection camp

CALGARY — Macklin Celebrini is among 30 invitees for Canada's selection camp ahead of the world junior hockey championship announced Tuesday.
Veteran skip Glenn Howard out indefinitely with left knee injury

Veteran skip Glenn Howard out indefinitely with left knee injury

Veteran skip Glenn Howard will be out of action indefinitely after suffering an injury to his surgically repaired left knee at a bonspiel last week.
B.C. wrings out after atmospheric river, strong winds hit provinces coast and south

B.C. wrings out after atmospheric river, strong winds hit provinces coast and south

VANCOUVER — Residents in coastal and southern British Columbia are mopping up after an atmospheric river brought torrential rain and wind, while disrupting travel and utility services. The B.C.
Unselfish play has Raptors hitting new franchise highs in team assists

Unselfish play has Raptors hitting new franchise highs in team assists

TORONTO — Before the Toronto Raptors season began, team president Masai Ujiri insisted that this version of the club would be unselfish.
NBA Notebook: Murray's short return serves as reminder of Nuggets' power

NBA Notebook: Murray's short return serves as reminder of Nuggets' power

Jamal Murray's return to the Denver Nuggets was brief, but it sure helped while it lasted. The guard from Kitchener, Ont.
Goals, goals and more goals: Canada captain Christine Sinclair by the numbers

Goals, goals and more goals: Canada captain Christine Sinclair by the numbers

VANCOUVER — Tuesday's friendly against Australia at B.C. Place Stadium marked Christine Sinclair's international farewell. A look at Sinclair, by the numbers, going into her final outing: Goals: 190. Appearances: 330. Goal No.
Pixar's Toronto-set 'Turning Red' among Disney Plus debuts now headed to theatres

Pixar's Toronto-set 'Turning Red' among Disney Plus debuts now headed to theatres

Pixar's Toronto-set animated film "Turning Red" is getting its day on the big screen after a Disney Plus home premiere during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Oscar-nominated movie is booked for a theatrical run starting Feb. 9, 2024.