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Butler did it for Tiger-Cats in 30-13 win over Lions

Butler did it for Tiger-Cats in 30-13 win over Lions

VANCOUVER — Running back James Butler returned to haunt his old B.C. Lions teammates on Saturday. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats avenged their loss to Edmonton last week with an impressive 30-13 win over the Lions at B.C. Place.
Community support fuels B.C. wildfire fight as residents come to grips with losses

Community support fuels B.C. wildfire fight as residents come to grips with losses

A wildfire moving down the mountain toward Wilson's Landing, B.C., made an "unearthly" howling sound as it stirred up winds to become a "self-feeding beast," said the fire chief of the community on the western shore of Okanagan Lake.
Canada's LePage, Arop make history with gold medals at world championships

Canada's LePage, Arop make history with gold medals at world championships

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Pierce LePage has stamped himself as the top decathlete in the world. And it came on a historic day for Canada. The Whitby, Ont.
Davis Schneider leads Blue Jays to 8-3 win over Guardians, ending three-game skid

Davis Schneider leads Blue Jays to 8-3 win over Guardians, ending three-game skid

TORONTO — Davis Schneider will be in the Toronto Blue Jays lineup for the series finale against the Cleveland Guardians on Sunday, even though a right-handed pitcher in Noah Syndergaard will start for the visitors.
Quebec police say two young children killed by their father, who took his own life

Quebec police say two young children killed by their father, who took his own life

NOTRE-DAME-DES-PRAIRIES, Que. — Quebec provincial police say they're investigating the killings of two young children, allegedly by their father, near Joliette, Que. Police spokeswoman Sgt.
Evacuated Hay River mayor says town in better shape than feared the night before

Evacuated Hay River mayor says town in better shape than feared the night before

A town in the Northwest Territories recently evacuated due to a raging wildfire emerged "in much better condition" than anyone could have imagined only a day earlier, when high winds and hot temperatures propelled the blaze close to its boundaries an

Canadian Chris Johnston third heading into final round of St. Lawrence event

CLAYTON, N.Y. — Canadian Chris Johnston has some work to do in order to capture the season-ending Elite Series pro bass event on the St. Lawrence River. Johnston, of Peterborough, Ont.
Receiving death threats not regular part of Quebec elementary teacher's job: tribunal

Receiving death threats not regular part of Quebec elementary teacher's job: tribunal

LÉVIS, Que. — The psychological harm suffered by a Quebec elementary teacher after a student brought knives to school and told classmates he planned to kill her was a workplace injury, the province's labour tribunal has ruled.
Elks look to build off first-win momentum, snap home losing skid against Redblacks

Elks look to build off first-win momentum, snap home losing skid against Redblacks

EDMONTON — Only in the CFL could the coach and players of a 1-9 team be talking about how their next three games might put them into the playoff mix. But that’s the reality of a league where only three out of nine teams don’t make the playoffs.
Canada's LePage, Warner claim gold, silver in decathlon at world championships

Canada's LePage, Warner claim gold, silver in decathlon at world championships

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Canada's Pierce LePage and Damian Warner claimed gold and silver, respectively, in the men's decathlon at the World Athletics Championships on Saturday. LePage of Whitby, Ont.