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Trails closed after bear attacks woman at estuary in Squamish, B.C.

Trails closed after bear attacks woman at estuary in Squamish, B.C.

SQUAMISH, B.C. — Officials say a woman was attacked by a bear while she was walking her dog at a nature estuary in Squamish, B.C.
Fans flock to Stade Saputo as 'Messi Mania' arrives in Montreal: 'This is just crazy'

Fans flock to Stade Saputo as 'Messi Mania' arrives in Montreal: 'This is just crazy'

MONTREAL — Lionel Messi superfan Pier-Marc Brunelle is finally getting the chance to see his idol play live. And he can’t believe that it’s happening in Montreal of all places.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s three RBIs help Blue Jays rally past Twins 10-8

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s three RBIs help Blue Jays rally past Twins 10-8

TORONTO — As Vladimir Guerrero Jr., came to the plate in the sixth inning the fans at Rogers Centre gave him a standing ovation, already anticipating that he'd be able to drive in the tying run and maybe the go-ahead score. He didn't disappoint.
Police announce arrest of fourth suspect in B.C. Sikh activist Nijjar's death

Police announce arrest of fourth suspect in B.C. Sikh activist Nijjar's death

SURREY, B.C. — A fourth Indian national living in Canada has been charged in last year's killing of Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar outside of a temple in British Columbia.
Alleged Drake trespasser returns to get bike, gets ticketed: police

Alleged Drake trespasser returns to get bike, gets ticketed: police

TORONTO — Police allege a man accused of trespassing at Drake's Toronto home earlier this week returned to the property Saturday to retrieve his bike.
Police crackdown on Gaza protest encampments on campus sparks outcry

Police crackdown on Gaza protest encampments on campus sparks outcry

Edmonton police dismantled a pro-Palestinian encampment on the University of Alberta's campus on Saturday, prompting outrage from students and academics who described the operation as violent and contested allegations that demonstrators were breaking
McIntosh looks for more success, Acevedo takes veteran role at Canadian swim trials

McIntosh looks for more success, Acevedo takes veteran role at Canadian swim trials

TORONTO — Summer McIntosh and Javier Acevedo, representing the young and old hands of the Canadian Swimming squad, met poolside for what turned out to be an awkward greeting on Saturday.
Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime advances to third round at Italian Open

Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime advances to third round at Italian Open

ROME — Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime continued his successful run on clay with a 6-1, 7-6 (8) win over Dutch qualifier Botic van de Zandschulp in second-round action Saturday at the Italian Open.
Report shows decline of injury rate in Nova Scotia workplaces, rise in mental trauma

Report shows decline of injury rate in Nova Scotia workplaces, rise in mental trauma

HALIFAX — The rate of injury to Nova Scotia workers continued to decline in 2023 and is down to half the rate recorded 20 years ago, a new report has found. The Nova Scotia Workers’ Compensation Board says the time-loss injury rate improved to 1.
Ron Ellis, who played over 1,000 games with Maple Leafs, dead at 79

Ron Ellis, who played over 1,000 games with Maple Leafs, dead at 79

TORONTO — Ron Ellis, who played over 1,000 games with the Toronto Maple Leafs and was a member of Canada's team at the 1972 Summit Series, has died at age 79.