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Norris Trophy favourites Hughes, Josi headline Canucks-Predators playoff series

Norris Trophy favourites Hughes, Josi headline Canucks-Predators playoff series

Vancouver Canucks coach Rick Tocchet knows the Nashville Predators are looking for ways to shut down his star defenceman. He and his staff are doing the same to the Predators The work isn't easy, though.
Wrongfully convicted New Brunswick man dies months after exoneration

Wrongfully convicted New Brunswick man dies months after exoneration

FREDERICTON — A New Brunswick man who spent decades fighting a wrongful murder conviction that landed him and a friend behind bars had only a few months to relish his victory, the organization that helped in his legal battle said Saturday as it annou
Some improvement to Montreal Village but troubles persist, community members say

Some improvement to Montreal Village but troubles persist, community members say

MONTREAL — Members of Montreal's Village community say they've seen some improvements to local security and cleanliness in the 10 months since the city launched a revitalization strategy, but they argue homelessness, drug use and mental health proble
Canada victorious to start world mixed doubles curling championship

Canada victorious to start world mixed doubles curling championship

ÖSTERSUND, Sweden — Kadriana Lott and Colton Lott kicked off their first world mixed doubles curling championship with a 7-2 win over New Zealand on Saturday. The husband-and-wife pair from Gimli, Man.
Canadian men face tough road at Paris Olympic rugby sevens qualifier in Monaco

Canadian men face tough road at Paris Olympic rugby sevens qualifier in Monaco

The Canadian men have been drawn in Pool B with Britain, China and Uganda at the World Rugby Sevens Repechage in June in Monaco.
Residents return home after harrowing evacuation from 'blast zone' of Labrador fire

Residents return home after harrowing evacuation from 'blast zone' of Labrador fire

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — People living in the "blast zone" of a central Labrador structure fire were able to return to their homes on Saturday after officials ended an evacuation order because there was no longer any risk of explosions.
Canada's Marco Arop wins men's 800 metres in Diamond League opener

Canada's Marco Arop wins men's 800 metres in Diamond League opener

XIAMEN, China — Canadian runner Marco Arop won Saturday's men's 800 metres in the season-opening Diamond League meet. The 25-year-old from Edmonton posted a time of one minute 43.
Canada's Auger-Aliassime falls to Struff in Bavarian International quarterfinal

Canada's Auger-Aliassime falls to Struff in Bavarian International quarterfinal

MUNICH — Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime lost 7-5, 6-4 to Germany's Jan-Lennard Struff in a men's quarterfinal Saturday at the Bavarian International Tennis Championships.
Canadian Brad (Superman) Katona returns to action on June UFC card in Kentucky

Canadian Brad (Superman) Katona returns to action on June UFC card in Kentucky

Canadian bantamweight Brad (Superman) Katona, looking to bounce back from a loss at UFC 297 in January, takes on American Jesse Butler on a UFC fight card June 8 in Louisville, Ky.
Tim Hortons says proposed Roll Up to Win class action suit has no merit

Tim Hortons says proposed Roll Up to Win class action suit has no merit

Tim Hortons says there's no merit to a proposed class action lawsuit regarding emails it sent out in error to participants in its popular Roll Up to Win promotion. LPC Avocat Inc.