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Shooting victim’s dad crashed Trudeau’s visit, pushed PM to change laws around IPV

Shooting victim’s dad crashed Trudeau’s visit, pushed PM to change laws around IPV

Father of Angie Sweeney, one of four victims killed last month in a mass murder-suicide, told Trudeau about his campaign to strengthen laws around intimate partner violence
TRILLIUM TALK: A weekly briefing from our Queen's Park journalists

TRILLIUM TALK: A weekly briefing from our Queen's Park journalists

Every Sunday morning, one of our legislative reporters from The Trillium provides an inside look at the week that was in Ontario politics — and the week ahead
Sex assault centre director replaced over letter questioning alleged Hamas rapes

Sex assault centre director replaced over letter questioning alleged Hamas rapes

EDMONTON — The president of the University of Alberta says the school has replaced the director of its sexual assault centre over its endorsement of an open letter that questions the validity of sexual assault claims against Hamas during its deadly i
Eby tells NDP convention he's 'nowhere near satisfied,' says much more to be done

Eby tells NDP convention he's 'nowhere near satisfied,' says much more to be done

VICTORIA — British Columbia Premier David Eby says he wakes up every morning thinking about more steps his government can take to tackle the province's housing crisis. Eby told more than 700 cheering delegates at the B.C.
Hataoka, Yang share lead at LPGA finale with $2 million on the line

Hataoka, Yang share lead at LPGA finale with $2 million on the line

NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — Nasa Hataoka had a strong start and Amy Yang had a hot finish, finishing with a share of the lead in the CME Group Tour Championship with 18 holes left and $2 million on the line.
Ottawa Senators score 2-1 shootout win over Minnesota Wild in Sweden

Ottawa Senators score 2-1 shootout win over Minnesota Wild in Sweden

STOCKHOLM — Going to Sweden for the NHL Global Series was going to be special for Anton Forsberg regardless of the outcome, but being named player of the game after making 24 saves in a 2-1 shootout win Saturday over the Minnesota Wild made it a once
Sun shines on Bombers and Alouettes ahead of 110th Grey Cup in Hamilton

Sun shines on Bombers and Alouettes ahead of 110th Grey Cup in Hamilton

Hamilton has been blessed with sunshine and mild weather in the buildup to Sunday's Grey Cup, save for Friday which came with clouds and coolish temperatures.
Canadian men rally from early deficit to beat Brazil and move up to world rankings

Canadian men rally from early deficit to beat Brazil and move up to world rankings

VILLAJOYOSA, Spain — Captain Lucas Rumball scored three tries Saturday as Canada defeated Brazil 40-15 to finish third at the four-team La Vila International Rugby Cup. The victory vaulted the Canadian men two places to No. 21 in the world rankings.
Djokovic dispatches Alcaraz at ATP Finals to set up title match against home favorite Sinner

Djokovic dispatches Alcaraz at ATP Finals to set up title match against home favorite Sinner

TURIN, Italy (AP) — Top-ranked Novak Djokovic will be bidding for a record-breaking seventh ATP Finals title when he takes on home favorite Jannik Sinner in Sunday’s final after both won their semifinal matches.
Adam Johnson's UK team retires his jersey number after the player's skate-cut death

Adam Johnson's UK team retires his jersey number after the player's skate-cut death

NOTTINGHAM, England (AP) — The English hockey team that Adam Johnson played for retired his No. 47 jersey on Saturday as part of a memorial game honoring the American who died after an opposing player’s skate cut his neck during a game.