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OHL roundup: Lockhart scores in OT, Generals clip 67's 4-3 to take 3-0 lead in series

OTTAWA — Connor Lockhart scored the game winner at 17:07 of overtime as the visiting Oshawa Generals edged the Ottawa 67's 4-3 in Ontario Hockey League playoff action on Tuesday night.

QMJHL roundup: Boilard plays OT hero, Drakkar beat Titan 6-5 to lead series 3-0

BATHURST, N.B. — Raoul Boilard's second goal of the night, scored 11 minutes into overtime, lifted the visiting Baie-Comeau Drakkar to a 6-5 win over the Acadie-Bathurst Titan in Quebec Maritimes Junior Hockey League playoff action on Tuesday night.
TC Energy pipeline rupture sparks wildfire near Edson, Alta.

TC Energy pipeline rupture sparks wildfire near Edson, Alta.

CALGARY — A natural gas pipeline owned by TC Energy Corp. ruptured near Edson, Alta., on Tuesday, sparking a wildfire. The Calgary-based pipeline operator confirmed the rupture in a statement late Tuesday afternoon.
Moe cautions Saskatchewan Party members over texts to legislature Speaker

Moe cautions Saskatchewan Party members over texts to legislature Speaker

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he has cautioned his caucus about texting the Speaker after his finance minister landed in hot water for doing so.
Government boosts money for athletes ahead of Paris Olympics, COC says more is needed

Government boosts money for athletes ahead of Paris Olympics, COC says more is needed

OTTAWA — The federal government announced in Tuesday's budget that it will increase funding for the Athlete Assistance Program, but the Canadian Olympic Committee says more is still needed.
B.C. construction sector seeks support as workers shortage, late payments persist

B.C. construction sector seeks support as workers shortage, late payments persist

VICTORIA — British Columbia's construction industry says its workforce numbers have improved in recent years, but persistent labour shortages are putting "extreme pressures" on employers.
Son of hostage taker tells B.C. coroner's inquest his dad was a 'loving' person

Son of hostage taker tells B.C. coroner's inquest his dad was a 'loving' person

BURNABY, B.C. — A British Columbia coroner's jury has heard that a man who held his partner hostage and died in a spray of RCMP gunfire was a loving man who didn't have the opportunity to "get clean" from his drug addictions.
Ibrahim Ali seeks to attend his B.C. murder sentencing by video, lawyer citing safety

Ibrahim Ali seeks to attend his B.C. murder sentencing by video, lawyer citing safety

VANCOUVER — A man convicted of the first-degree murder of a 13-year-old girl wants to appear at his sentencing hearing by video over fear for his safety, his lawyer told a B.C. Supreme Court hearing on Tuesday.
U.S. killer-whale catcher has advice for B.C. rescuers — build rapport with your orca

U.S. killer-whale catcher has advice for B.C. rescuers — build rapport with your orca

ZEBALLOS, B.C.
Feds offer $5B in Indigenous loan guarantees, fall $420B short on infrastructure asks

Feds offer $5B in Indigenous loan guarantees, fall $420B short on infrastructure asks

OTTAWA — The federal government is providing up to $5 billion in loan guarantees to help Indigenous communities invest in natural resource and energy products.