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A rare diagnosis is a source of pain and joy in director Molly McGlynn's 'Fitting In'

A rare diagnosis is a source of pain and joy in director Molly McGlynn's 'Fitting In'

Molly McGlynn always knew she was going to make a movie based on her experience with a reproductive disorder that changed her life in “unimaginable ways.
Atom Egoyan says 'Seven Veils' explores themes that have haunted him for years

Atom Egoyan says 'Seven Veils' explores themes that have haunted him for years

TORONTO — On a sun-drenched August morning, filmmaker Atom Egoyan stands in the silence of a dim post-production room.
Invasive species report outlines costs, solutions for world governments

Invasive species report outlines costs, solutions for world governments

An international organization has produced a report on alien invasive species which says the global problem costs billions of dollars annually and is, in some cases, being worsened by climate change.
Quebec Facebook class action can go ahead after Supreme Court declines to hear appeal

Quebec Facebook class action can go ahead after Supreme Court declines to hear appeal

MONTREAL — A class-action lawsuit alleging Facebook illegally allowed advertisers to target users based on their race, age and gender can move forward after the Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from the social media giant.
'We hit it hard': Alberta First Nation's war on drug trafficking reducing overdoses

'We hit it hard': Alberta First Nation's war on drug trafficking reducing overdoses

STANDOFF, ALBERTA — Plywood covers the doors and windows of several homes on the Blood Reserve, a vivid image of the southern Alberta First Nation's life-and-death battle with drug traffickers.
Stampeders come from behind to edge Elks 35-31 in Labour Day thriller

Stampeders come from behind to edge Elks 35-31 in Labour Day thriller

CALGARY — Chest bumps, butt slaps and high fives enveloped Jake Maier after the Calgary Stampeders edged the Edmonton Elks 35-31 on Monday. Calgary's quarterback engineered a late come-from-behind win over their provincial CFL rival on Labour Day.

Sports scoreboard for Monday, Sept. 4, 2023

Monday's Scoreboard CFL Toronto 41 Hamilton 28 Calgary 35 Edmonton 31 --- MLB American League Toronto 6 Oakland 5 (10 innings) Houston 13 Texas 6 Boston 7 Tampa Bay 3 Minnesota 20 Cleveland 6 Kansas City 12 Chicago White Sox 1 Baltimore 6 L.A.
Calgary E. coli outbreak connected to daycare sites sends dozens of kids to hospital

Calgary E. coli outbreak connected to daycare sites sends dozens of kids to hospital

CALGARY — Alberta Health Services says up to 50 children have arrived at hospitals in connection with an E. coli outbreak that's been declared at six locations of a Calgary daycare operator.
A chronology of key events following Ontario's decision to develop Greenbelt lands

A chronology of key events following Ontario's decision to develop Greenbelt lands

TORONTO — Embattled Ontario Housing Minister Steve Clark stepped down from his cabinet role on Monday following weeks of criticism over his handling of efforts to remove land from the province's protected Greenbelt.
Essential workers head back early to Yellowknife to be ready for everyone else

Essential workers head back early to Yellowknife to be ready for everyone else

YELLOWKNIFE — Officials in Yellowknife, as well as staff with the Northwest Territories, are getting ready for the start of a mass migration home of wildfire evacuees that's still on track for Wednesday.