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No winning ticket sold for Tuesday's $50 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Tuesday's Lotto Max $50 million draw. However, one of the two available $1 million Maxmillion prizes was claimed by a ticket holder in B.C. The jackpot for the next draw on Aug.

Lotto Max winning numbers for Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022

TORONTO — The winning numbers in Tuesday's Lotto Max draw for an estimated $50 million: 04, 05, 15, 18, 22, 28 & 32.
After Pope called residential schools 'genocide,' House of Commons should too: NDP MP

After Pope called residential schools 'genocide,' House of Commons should too: NDP MP

OTTAWA — A New Democrat member of Parliament said Tuesday she hopes all of her colleagues will recognize the residential schools system as genocide, now that Pope Francis has used the term.
Data 'fragments' can't identify Dutch man as Amanda Todd's extortionist, says defence

Data 'fragments' can't identify Dutch man as Amanda Todd's extortionist, says defence

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — "Fragments" of computer data cited by police cannot link a Dutch man to the harassment and extortion of British Columbia teenager Amanda Todd, says a defence lawyer.
BC Housing CEO to retire amid murders, violence against homeless, complex problems

BC Housing CEO to retire amid murders, violence against homeless, complex problems

BURNABY, B.C. — The head of BC Housing announced his retirement Tuesday, saying he no longer has confidence he can solve the complex problems facing the Crown agency.
Pilot uninjured, jet damaged in Snowbirds 'incident' during takeoff in B.C.

Pilot uninjured, jet damaged in Snowbirds 'incident' during takeoff in B.C.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A Snowbirds pilot escaped physical injury today, landing a jet after an incident during takeoff in northern British Columbia.
Progress made at Montreal AIDS conference despite visa issues, organizers say

Progress made at Montreal AIDS conference despite visa issues, organizers say

MONTREAL — A major AIDS conference in Montreal highlighted the enormous progress that has been made in HIV research and also succeeded in bringing scientists and activists together despite visa issues, organizers say. Dr.
Cooler weather could offer respite to crews battling wildfire near Penticton, B.C.

Cooler weather could offer respite to crews battling wildfire near Penticton, B.C.

VANCOUVER — Snow-making machines from a British Columbia mountain resort are being used for the first time in the province to fight wildfires, the BC Wildfire Service said Tuesday.
Expansion of prison needle exchange programs going ahead despite pandemic delays

Expansion of prison needle exchange programs going ahead despite pandemic delays

OTTAWA — Despite pandemic slowdowns, Correctional Service Canada is still planning to expand the needle exchange programs currently offered at nine federal prisons, government officials say.
Race relations foundation urges more help for victims as hate crimes rise further

Race relations foundation urges more help for victims as hate crimes rise further

OTTAWA — The head of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation is calling for action to combat hate and more federal help for victims, as new statistics show that hate crimes in Canada rose by 27 per cent last year.