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Ontario boy, 15, charged with sexual assault and voyeurism in Kirkland Lake

KIRKLAND LAKE, Ont. — Provincial police say a 15-year-old boy has been charged with two counts of sexual assault and voyeurism in Kirkland Lake, Ont. They say officers investigated an alleged domestic dispute, which led them to arrest the teen.
Leafs thump Oilers, shift attention to the return of John Tavares to Long Island

Leafs thump Oilers, shift attention to the return of John Tavares to Long Island

TORONTO — John Tavares answered three questions about a resounding Toronto Maple Leafs' victory before attention turned to what was already on everyone's mind — the star centre's return to Long Island.
Draisaitl willing to trade his career-high goal total for an Oilers playoff spot

Draisaitl willing to trade his career-high goal total for an Oilers playoff spot

TORONTO — Leon Draisaitl's in the midst of a career season, but he would give it up if it meant his Edmonton Oilers were playoff bound.

OHL Roundup: Luke Richardson, Rangers beat Steelheads for third straight win

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Just For Laughs to air only Canadian comics after blowback over radio deal

MONTREAL — Just For Laughs is assuring comics concerned by its takeover of a satellite radio comedy station that it will exclusively air Canadian content produced by artists outside of the Montreal entertainment company's catalogue.

The Latest: Trudeau denies ex-AG's claim of interference

TORONTO — The latest on questions in Canada over whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office tried to wrongly influence the former attorney general on whether to prosecute a major Canadian engineering company (all times local): 8:25 p.m.

Griffith scores two, including late winner, as Moose edge Marlies 3-2

TORONTO — Seth Griffith scored his second goal of the game with 34 seconds left in regulation as the Manitoba Moose defeated the Toronto Marlies 3-2 in American Hockey League action Wednesday afternoon.

Doug Ford defends $1,250-a-plate fundraiser, says it's not cash-for-access

TORONTO — A pricey Progressive Conservative fundraising gala where attendees can rub shoulders with key members of government doesn't constitute cash-for-access, Premier Doug Ford said ahead of the event in Toronto on Wednesday.

Police investigating after pug-chihuahua mix stolen in midtown Toronto

TORONTO — Police are investigating after a dog was stolen when it was briefly left unattended in midtown Toronto. The animal was tied to a fence on Sunday in the area of Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue.
Leafs defenceman Jake Gardiner out week-to-week with back injury

Leafs defenceman Jake Gardiner out week-to-week with back injury

TORONTO — Defenceman Jake Gardiner will be out week-to-week with a back injury, the Toronto Maple Leafs said Wednesday.
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