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'I've fallen in love': Paralyzed Bronco player finds passion for water sport

'I've fallen in love': Paralyzed Bronco player finds passion for water sport

SASKATOON — Jacob Wassermann spent most of his life on the ice before he fell in love in the water.
Alberta energy war room must avoid online morass, preaching to choir: experts

Alberta energy war room must avoid online morass, preaching to choir: experts

CALGARY — Tzeporah Berman only learned of her cameo appearance at an Alberta government news conference about its so-called energy war room after a flood of nasty messages.
How a Montreal working-class neighbourhood's activists changed Quebec and Canada

How a Montreal working-class neighbourhood's activists changed Quebec and Canada

MONTREAL — The Pointe-St-Charles neighbourhood is isolated from the rest of Montreal by the Lachine Canal and the railroad, meaning that for years it was the kind of place that many people, even other Montrealers, never visited.

2 winning tickets for Saturday night's $30 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — There were two winning tickets for Saturday night's nearly $30 million Lotto 649 jackpot. Both tickets were sold in the Prairies and each is worth $14.9 million. The draw's guaranteed $1 million prize went to a lottery player in Ontario.

Majority agrees Indigenous women victims of 'genocide' but not on how or by whom

OTTAWA — Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests. But the Leger poll also suggests there's disagreement about when it occurred and who is responsible.
Victorious Raptors cancel their return to Toronto after becoming NBA champs

Victorious Raptors cancel their return to Toronto after becoming NBA champs

TORONTO — Some Raptors players returned to Toronto on Saturday night for the first time since their electrifying NBA championship win south of the border.
Premier refuses to back down on plan to scrap 18,000 immigration applications

Premier refuses to back down on plan to scrap 18,000 immigration applications

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is holding firm on his plan to scrap thousands of pending immigration applications, meaning 18,000 applicants would have to restart the process from scratch.
Telegraph-Journal wins 2018 Michener Award recognizing public-service journalism

Telegraph-Journal wins 2018 Michener Award recognizing public-service journalism

OTTAWA — The Telegraph-Journal in New Brunswick has been named the winner of the 2018 Michener Award, which honours excellence in public-service journalism.
No business case for Trans Mountain expansion, says former environment minister

No business case for Trans Mountain expansion, says former environment minister

VANCOUVER — A former Liberal environment minister is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet to reject the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, arguing there is no economic basis for the project.
Butterfly garden keeper manages to film large tarantula shedding exoskeleton

Butterfly garden keeper manages to film large tarantula shedding exoskeleton

VICTORIA — A 20-centimetre tarantula capable of killing a bird has been filmed at its most vulnerable state shedding its armour-like exoskelton at a Victoria-area tropical jungle insectarium.