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Coyotes beat Senators 5-3 to end 14-game losing skid

Coyotes beat Senators 5-3 to end 14-game losing skid

OTTAWA — Andre Tourigny looked like a man who had just shed the weight of the world — and who could blame him.
Yankees play long ball to beat Blue Jays 8-4

Yankees play long ball to beat Blue Jays 8-4

TAMPA, Fla. — The Toronto Blue Jays surrendered six runs in the second inning en route to an 8-4 loss to the New York Yankees in spring training action on Friday in front of 8,788 fans at George M. Steinbrenner Field.

QMJHL roundup: Poirier propels Drakkar to 5-2 win over Sea Dogs

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Back-to-back goals by Justin Poirier broke up a close game as the visiting Baie-Comeau Drakkar defeated the Saint John Sea Dogs 5-2 in Quebec Maritimes Junior Hockey League action on Friday night.
A closer look at the legacy of former prime minister Brian Mulroney

A closer look at the legacy of former prime minister Brian Mulroney

OTTAWA — Former prime minister Brian Mulroney died Thursday in Palm Beach, Fla., at the age of 84. He was first elected in 1984 following the largest majority mandate in Canada's history, and was re-elected in 1988.
Child-care wait-lists balloon in many Ontario regions amid $10-a-day program

Child-care wait-lists balloon in many Ontario regions amid $10-a-day program

TORONTO — Child-care waiting lists have ballooned across Ontario since the province signed on to the national $10-a-day program, as demand due to the lower fees appears to be far outpacing the creation of new spaces in many regions.
Emotional Kiprusoff honoured to see Flames retire his number

Emotional Kiprusoff honoured to see Flames retire his number

CALGARY — Twenty years after unceremoniously arriving in Calgary only to backstop the Flames to an unexpected playoff berth and improbable run to the 2004 Stanley Cup final, Miikka Kiprusoff will have his number retired on Saturday night.
Toronto Raptors convert Javon Freeman-Liberty's deal to NBA contract

Toronto Raptors convert Javon Freeman-Liberty's deal to NBA contract

TORONTO — Guard Javon Freeman-Liberty had his deal with the Toronto Raptors converted to a standard NBA contract on Friday. Per team policy, financial terms of the deals were not disclosed.
B.C. announces minimum nurse-to-patient ratios, $237M to recruit and retain staff

B.C. announces minimum nurse-to-patient ratios, $237M to recruit and retain staff

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has established minimum nurse-to-patient ratios for a range of different hospital settings and is investing $237 million to ensure they are met.
A veteran on Canada’s diving team, Olympics-bound Caeli McKay is '18 at heart'

A veteran on Canada’s diving team, Olympics-bound Caeli McKay is '18 at heart'

MONTREAL — A year ago, Caeli McKay said her teammates on a young Canadian diving team called her "grandma" — an unusual nickname at then just 23 years old. In reality, McKay’s younger peers view her as quite the opposite.
Brian Mulroney, the last conservative prime minister to taste major victory in Quebec

Brian Mulroney, the last conservative prime minister to taste major victory in Quebec

OTTAWA — Ask Brian Mulroney's chief political rival about the former prime minister's greatest success, and he will say the answer runs through Quebec.