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Coyote that 'likely' attacked cyclist in Cape Breton Highlands National Park killed

INGONISH, N.S. — Parks Canada says police have killed a coyote that was likely the animal that bit a cyclist on the Cabot Trail last week.
MP Michael Chong testifies Tuesday in D.C. about being a foreign interference target

MP Michael Chong testifies Tuesday in D.C. about being a foreign interference target

WASHINGTON — Conservative MP Michael Chong, the target of an alleged Chinese foreign interference campaign that's become a political migraine for the federal Liberal government, will tell his story Tuesday to lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Blue Jays reinstate right-hander Erik Swanson from 15-day injured list

Blue Jays reinstate right-hander Erik Swanson from 15-day injured list

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays have reinstated right-hander Erik Swanson from the 15-day injured list. The 30-year-old relief pitcher was dealing with thoracic spine inflammation. Swanson's last outing came on Aug.
Canucks name defenceman Quinn Hughes 15th captain in franchise history

Canucks name defenceman Quinn Hughes 15th captain in franchise history

VANCOUVER — Quinn Hughes knows he may be discounted because of his age, but the Vancouver Canucks' newest captain is determined to show his worth as a leader. The Canucks named the defenceman as their 15th captain in franchise history.
Settlement in sex-assault lawsuit against Quebec religious order

Settlement in sex-assault lawsuit against Quebec religious order

MONTREAL — A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit providing compensation for victims of sexual abuse at orphanages and other institutions run by the Frères de Saint-Gabriel religious order in Quebec.
Study says fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves

Study says fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves

Marine heat waves haven't had a lasting effect on fish populations along Canada’s Atlantic and Pacific coasts, says a study showing there is still a chance to act on climate change. The study published Aug.
B.C. caps allowable rent increases at 3.5 per cent, 2 points lower than inflation

B.C. caps allowable rent increases at 3.5 per cent, 2 points lower than inflation

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has set the allowable rent increase for next year at 3.5 per cent. The rate is more than two percentage points below the 12-month average inflation rate of 5.6 per cent.
Manitoba NDP promise to give local contractors preference, despite trade agreements

Manitoba NDP promise to give local contractors preference, despite trade agreements

WINNIPEG — Manitoba New Democrats are promising to ensure more government contract work goes to bidders and workers within the province.
Canada's Adriana Leon joins Aston Villa on two-year contract

Canada's Adriana Leon joins Aston Villa on two-year contract

Canada's Adriana Leon has signed a two-year deal with Aston Villa of the English Women's Super League.
Court appearance for brothers charged in deadly stabbing on Calgary basketball court

Court appearance for brothers charged in deadly stabbing on Calgary basketball court

CALGARY — Two teen brothers have made brief court appearances following a deadly stabbing on a Calgary basketball court. The accused, who are 16 and 18, are charged with second-degree murder in the death of 18-year-old Danillo Canales Glenn.