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QMJHL roundup: Drakkar edge Mooseheads in OT

HALIFAX — Émile Chouinard grabbed the game-winning goal at 2:36 in overtime as Drakkar edged the Mooseheads. Louis-Charles Plourde, Émile Chouinard, Julien Paillé and Isaac Dufort all scored once for Baie-Comeau.
Trudeau launches EU-Canada Summit in Newfoundland with research announcement

Trudeau launches EU-Canada Summit in Newfoundland with research announcement

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off a two-day summit with the top two heads of the European Union on Thursday night in a small brewpub on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean in Newfoundland and Labrador's capital city of St.
Canada falls 57-51 to U.S. in wheelchair rugby Parapan American Games

Canada falls 57-51 to U.S. in wheelchair rugby Parapan American Games

SANTIAGO, Chile — Zak Madell recorded 36 tries for the Canadian wheelchair rugby team, but it wasn't enough as they fell 57-51 in the gold medal game against the United States on Thursday. Madell of Okotoks, Alta.

OHL roundup: Sova gets OT winner over Greyhounds

ERIE, Pa. — Spencer Sova knocked in the game-winning goal at 0:44 in the over-time period as the Otters edged the Greyhounds. Spencer Sova scored twice while Malcolm Spence scored once for Erie. Otters goaltender Ben Gaudreau saved 39 of 41 shots.
Richmond, B.C., man faces multiple charges in $10M cryptocurrency home invasion theft

Richmond, B.C., man faces multiple charges in $10M cryptocurrency home invasion theft

RICHMOND, B.C. — Police in Richmond, B.C., say multiple charges have been laid against a 34-year-old man allegedly involved in a September 2022 home invasion where thieves made off with $10 million in cryptocurrency.
City of Penticton lifts evacuation order for homes threatened by precarious rock

City of Penticton lifts evacuation order for homes threatened by precarious rock

PENTICTON, B.C. — The City of Penticton, B.C., says it's lifting an evacuation order for 25 homes in a mobile home park that were threatened by a potential rock slide.
Montreal Carabins quarterback Senecal captures Hec Crighton Trophy

Montreal Carabins quarterback Senecal captures Hec Crighton Trophy

KINGSTON, Ont. — A historic first for Jonathan Senecal. The Montreal Carabins quarterback captured the Hec Crighton Trophy at U Sport football's awards banquet Thursday night.
B.C. minister's memo on 'big and shiny' affordability plan lands in Opposition hands

B.C. minister's memo on 'big and shiny' affordability plan lands in Opposition hands

VICTORIA — A British Columbia cabinet minister says she mistakenly dropped a memo to herself describing a "big and shiny" affordability measure that mysteriously ended up in the hands of the Opposition BC United party.
Thanksgiving resumes, but U.S. nerves still raw after deadly Rainbow Bridge crash

Thanksgiving resumes, but U.S. nerves still raw after deadly Rainbow Bridge crash

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — One of the busiest travel corridors between Canada and the United States reopened in the evening on American Thanksgiving after a deadly, high-speed crash destroyed a U.S.
Alberta Energy Regulator won't reconsider approval for Suncor expansion into wetland

Alberta Energy Regulator won't reconsider approval for Suncor expansion into wetland

Alberta's energy regulator ruled Thursday that it won't reconsider approvals for Suncor to expand an oilsands mine into a wetland once considered for environmental protection.