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University students struggling to find housing in Calgary and other cities

University students struggling to find housing in Calgary and other cities

CALGARY — Luis Sanchez Diaz didn't win a lottery this year for on-campus housing at the University of Calgary, but he still considers himself lucky.
U.S. team to digitize Quaker boarding school records, drawing inspiration from Canada

U.S. team to digitize Quaker boarding school records, drawing inspiration from Canada

OTTAWA — A coalition advocating for Indigenous Peoples forced to attend boarding schools in the United States is planning to digitize 20,000 archival pages related to schools that were operated by the Quakers.
Leake's club-record fourth punt-return TD rallies Argos past Stampeders 39-31

Leake's club-record fourth punt-return TD rallies Argos past Stampeders 39-31

TORONTO — Javon Leake secured a piece of franchise history and helped the Toronto Argonauts avenge their only loss of the season.
Blue Jays losing streak extends to 3 after 5-2 loss to Cleveland Guardians

Blue Jays losing streak extends to 3 after 5-2 loss to Cleveland Guardians

TORONTO — Canadian Bo Naylor and the Cleveland Guardians gave the slumping Toronto Blue Jays a lesson in producing runs in the series opener on Friday.
Wildfire forces crews to retreat, threatens key hub point of Hay River, N.W.T.

Wildfire forces crews to retreat, threatens key hub point of Hay River, N.W.T.

YELLOWKNIFE — Wildfires advanced closer to the transportation hub point of Hay River in the Northwest Territories Friday, forcing crews to retreat and non-essential workers to flee.
Canada's Henderson bounces back at CPKC Women's Open; Khang of the U.S. holds lead

Canada's Henderson bounces back at CPKC Women's Open; Khang of the U.S. holds lead

VANCOUVER — Brooke Henderson — and her fans — can breathe a sigh of relief after she made the cut at the CPKC Women's Open.
CPKC Women's Open serves as measuring stick for young Canadian professionals

CPKC Women's Open serves as measuring stick for young Canadian professionals

VANCOUVER — The CPKC Women's Open isn't just a showcase for some of the LPGA Tour's top players — it's an opportunity for Canada's youngest professional golfers to see how they measure up.
Skate Canada says former Olympian Alexandra Paul killed in car crash

Skate Canada says former Olympian Alexandra Paul killed in car crash

BARRIE, Ont. — Skate Canada is paying tribute to a former Canadian Olympic figure skater who died in a collision involving seven vehicles in Melancthon Township, north of Shelburne, Ont., earlier this week.
Ali murder trial: lawyer suggests to dead girl's mother they had a poor relationship

Ali murder trial: lawyer suggests to dead girl's mother they had a poor relationship

VANCOUVER — A lawyer for a man accused of murdering a 13-year-old girl found dead in a Burnaby, B.C., park six years ago has suggested to the girl's mother that they had a poor relationship, to the point where the teen didn't want to be around her.
Canadian Chris Johnston remains second at Elite Series finale on St. Lawrence River

Canadian Chris Johnston remains second at Elite Series finale on St. Lawrence River

CLAYTON, N.Y. — Canadian Chris Johnston remains in the hunt for his second Elite Series event on the St. Lawrence River. Johnston, of Peterborough, Ont., remained second Friday in the season-ending event.