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Hudson's Bay owner makes US$340 million from North American real estate sales

Hudson's Bay owner makes US$340 million from North American real estate sales

NEW YORK — The company that owns Hudson's Bay says it completed real estate transactions in Canada and the U.S. resulting in a gain of around US$340 million.
No evidence vehicle explosion at Canada-U.S. border was terrorist activity: governor

No evidence vehicle explosion at Canada-U.S. border was terrorist activity: governor

The governor of New York state says there’s no apparent terrorism link to a car that hit a median at breakneck speed, soared through the air, crashed and exploded, killing two people Wednesday at a Canada-U.S. border checkpoint in Niagara Falls.
Forensic psychiatrist testifies at coroner's inquest into death of Soleiman Faqiri

Forensic psychiatrist testifies at coroner's inquest into death of Soleiman Faqiri

TORONTO — A video of Soleiman Faqiri taken by corrections staff at an Ontario jail a few days before his death shows a man "probably as unwell as you can get," a forensic psychiatrist told a coroner's inquest Wednesday.
Proactive climate adaptation can cut Ontario public infrastructure costs: watchdog

Proactive climate adaptation can cut Ontario public infrastructure costs: watchdog

TORONTO — The dangers of a changing climate could add more than $4 billion per year to the cost of maintaining Ontario's public infrastructure over the rest of the century, the province's financial watchdog said Wednesday.
Fiery crash kills 2 at Niagara Falls' Rainbow border bridge. Officials say no sign of terrorism

Fiery crash kills 2 at Niagara Falls' Rainbow border bridge. Officials say no sign of terrorism

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP) — A vehicle speeding toward a U.S.-Canada bridge from the American side crashed and exploded at a checkpoint in Niagara Falls on Wednesday, killing two people and prompting the closing of multiple border crossings for hours.
PWHL Toronto taking time to establish new, defining culture in training camp

PWHL Toronto taking time to establish new, defining culture in training camp

TORONTO — General manager Gina Kingsbury says Toronto's Professional Women's Hockey League team will distinguish itself culturally and not be a mere "copy and paste" of the Canadian women's national team.
Alouettes fans turn up in numbers for Grey Cup parade in downtown Montreal

Alouettes fans turn up in numbers for Grey Cup parade in downtown Montreal

MONTREAL — Some dreary November weather didn't stop Montreal Alouettes fans from turning up in numbers at the Grey Cup championship parade on Wednesday.
Maple Leafs wary of travel fatigue following successful Swedish sojourn

Maple Leafs wary of travel fatigue following successful Swedish sojourn

TORONTO — Guy Boucher's team boarded the plane with four points in the bank. The Ottawa Senators and their head coach had just taken both games from the Colorado Avalanche in Stockholm — back-to-back 4-3 victories — to sweep the NHL Global Series.
Canada's Grewal turns professional to go to LPGA Tour's Q-School Stage 3

Canada's Grewal turns professional to go to LPGA Tour's Q-School Stage 3

Savannah Grewal is just trying to drink in this moment. Grewal, from Mississauga, Ont., will officially become a professional golfer next week when she enters the third stage of the LPGA Tour's qualifying school.
Levine wins boccia gold, wheelchair rugby team to play for gold at Parapan Am Games

Levine wins boccia gold, wheelchair rugby team to play for gold at Parapan Am Games

SANTIAGO, Chile — Alison Levine led a four-medal day in boccia with a gold medal, while Canada's wheelchair rugby team advanced to the final with a win over Brazil on Wednesday at the 2023 Parapan American Games.