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Saskatchewan's police watchdog investigates officer-involved shooting in Regina

Saskatchewan's police watchdog investigates officer-involved shooting in Regina

REGINA — Neither Regina police nor Saskatchewan's police watchdog agency are offering many details about an officer-involved shooting in a residential neighbourhood that a neighbour says ended with a body on the road.
Maddie Rooney, Taylor Heise, Susanna Tapani named PWHL's three stars of the week

Maddie Rooney, Taylor Heise, Susanna Tapani named PWHL's three stars of the week

TORONTO — Minnesota goalie Maddie Rooney, Minnesota forward Taylor Heise and Boston forward Susanna Tapani were named the Professional Women’s Hockey League three stars of the week.
Vancouver Whitecaps look to finish off Cavalry FC, continue quest for cup three-peat

Vancouver Whitecaps look to finish off Cavalry FC, continue quest for cup three-peat

Vancouver Whitecaps coach Vanni Sartini isn't expecting any of his players to look past Tuesday's cup tie against visiting Cavalry FC, even with a crowd of more than 50,000 expected Saturday for a high-profile league date with Inter Miami at B.C.
Quebec inmate injured in 'major assault' at Port-Cartier Institution

Quebec inmate injured in 'major assault' at Port-Cartier Institution

MONTREAL — Correctional Service Canada says an inmate has been injured in what it's calling a major assault at the Port-Cartier Institution located on Quebec's north shore.
Feds unveil national plan to tackle auto theft, including Criminal Code changes

Feds unveil national plan to tackle auto theft, including Criminal Code changes

Ramped-up intelligence sharing among police forces and a working group involving all levels of government are among the measures Ottawa unveiled Monday as part of a broader national strategy to combat auto theft.
Canada's Deguchi wins silver, Klimkait takes bronze at judo world championship

Canada's Deguchi wins silver, Klimkait takes bronze at judo world championship

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Defending champion Christa Deguchi settled for silver at the world judo championships Monday. The 28-year-old from Lethbridge, Alta., fell to Mimi Huh of South Korea in the women's 57-kilogram division final.
Toronto FC expects spirited cup rematch with semi-pro CS Saint-Laurent

Toronto FC expects spirited cup rematch with semi-pro CS Saint-Laurent

Semi-pro CS Saint-Laurent won Toronto FC's respect in the first leg of their Canadian Championship quarterfinal despite the 3-0 score in the MLS club's favour.
Byelection date set for Winnipeg seat vacated by former Manitoba premier

Byelection date set for Winnipeg seat vacated by former Manitoba premier

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew has set the date for a byelection to fill a seat left vacant by his predecessor.
Toronto FC continues to work on roster, waiving Canadian forward Jordan Perruzza

Toronto FC continues to work on roster, waiving Canadian forward Jordan Perruzza

Toronto FC, continuing to winnow its roster, has waived forward Jordan Perruzza. The move comes 13 days after the MLS team parted ways with fellow Canadian striker Au Akinola via a mutual termination of his contract.
Status of wildfire that threatened Fort McMurray changed to 'being held'

Status of wildfire that threatened Fort McMurray changed to 'being held'

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — A wildfire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several Fort McMurray neighbourhoods last week is no longer classified as out-of-control.