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MacLean says "Coach's Corner is no more" following Cherry's dismissal from HNIC

MacLean says "Coach's Corner is no more" following Cherry's dismissal from HNIC

TORONTO — Ron MacLean addressed Don Cherry's dismissal with a lengthy monologue during the first period intermission of Saturday's "Hockey Night in Canada" broadcast, saying "Coach's Corner is no more.
Capt. Dick Stevenson, legendary Sourtoe Cocktail founder, dies in Whitehorse

Capt. Dick Stevenson, legendary Sourtoe Cocktail founder, dies in Whitehorse

DAWSON CITY, Yukon — The founder of the legendary Sourtoe Cocktail in Dawson City, Yukon, has poured his final glass of the well-known whisky-and-pickled-human-toe drink.

Two Quebec officers in hospital after crashing patrol car pursuing suspect

MONTREAL — Two police officers from Laval, Que., were sent to hospital after losing control of the patrol car they were driving while trying to catch a suspect. They were responding to a domestic violence call around 5 a.m.
CN conductors' union gives 72-hour strike notice as talks continue

CN conductors' union gives 72-hour strike notice as talks continue

TORONTO — Canadian National Railways conductors, trainpersons and yardpersons have given strike notice ahead of a Tuesday deadline.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $25 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — There was no winning ticket for the $25 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on Nov. 19 will grow to approximately $30 million. The Canadian Press
Abortions rights advocates urge Liberals to turn politics into policy

Abortions rights advocates urge Liberals to turn politics into policy

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau campaigned for re-election on a promise to support abortion rights, a stance that put his Conservative rival on the defensive, and now advocates are anxious to see the Liberals turn those words into action.
Venezuela's decline poses challenges for Liberal minority government

Venezuela's decline poses challenges for Liberal minority government

OTTAWA — The ripples from Venezuela's collapse are shifting Canada's Western Hemisphere neighbourhood, creating major long-term costs for the new Liberal minority government. South America's borders remain the same, but the outflow of more than 4.
'Welcome home:' More than 2,000-year-old bison skull returned to Blackfoot

'Welcome home:' More than 2,000-year-old bison skull returned to Blackfoot

SIKSIKA, Alta. — A more than 2,000-year-old bison skull unearthed during utility work in downtown Banff, Alta., has been returned to a southern Alberta Indigenous community.

B.C. First Nations drop out of court challenge, sign deals with Trans Mountain

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Two First Nations in British Columbia's Interior that had been part of a court challenge against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion have reversed course and signed deals with the Crown corporation.
Father fights with private school over alleged bullying among 7-year-old girls

Father fights with private school over alleged bullying among 7-year-old girls

TORONTO — A Toronto father alleges in a lawsuit filed against Havergal College that the prestigious girls private school expelled his seven-year-old daughter because he complained that she was bullied, while the school claims his own inappropriate be