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Magnitude 3.3 earthquake felt in Montreal early Friday morning

MONTREAL — Earthquakes Canada has reported a magnitude 3.3 earthquake that was lightly felt on the island of Montreal early this morning.
Craig Anderson makes 37 saves, Senators hold on to beat Islanders 4-3

Craig Anderson makes 37 saves, Senators hold on to beat Islanders 4-3

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators were more than happy to spoil Jean-Gabriel Pageau's homecoming. Pageau made his return to Ottawa on Thursday, 11 days after being traded to the Islanders, in New York's 4-3 loss to the Senators.
Koe beats Bottcher in extra end as playoff picture tightens at Tim Hortons Brier

Koe beats Bottcher in extra end as playoff picture tightens at Tim Hortons Brier

KINGSTON, Ont. — Canada lead Ben Hebert smacked his broom on the ice. Teammate Colton Flasch looked dejected. A look of resignation washed over the faces of B.J. Neufeld and skip Kevin Koe.
Brock Badgers edge Calgary Dinos in U Sports women's quarterfinals

Brock Badgers edge Calgary Dinos in U Sports women's quarterfinals

OTTAWA — The Brock Badgers held off a feisty Calgary team primed for an upset, edging the seventh-seeded Dinos 72-71 in the final moments of the second quarterfinal at the U Sports women's basketball championship on Thursday. The No.

One person shot aboard public transit bus in Brampton, Ont., police say

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Peel regional police say someone has been shot on a public transit bus in Brampton, Ont. They say the male victim was being taken to hospital, but his condition is unknown. Police say the shooting happened at about 6:30 p.m.
Police: Toronto boy abducted over stepbrother's $4M drug debt

Police: Toronto boy abducted over stepbrother's $4M drug debt

Shammah Jolayemi is the subject of an Amber Alert

Canada Soccer honours Alphonso Davies, Jonathan David, Kadeisha Buchanan

TORONTO — Alphonso Davies and Jonathan Davies, who turned heads with their club performances in Europe, share Canada Soccer's Player of the Month Award for February.

Teachers' unions move ahead with job action despite new government offer

TORONTO — Ontario's premier ramped up criticisms of the province's teachers on Thursday, demanding they resume regular work even as major unions forged ahead with widespread strikes.
Veteran standardbred owner Grant purchases slot in inaugural Mohawk Million

Veteran standardbred owner Grant purchases slot in inaugural Mohawk Million

TORONTO — When Woodbine Entertainment Group CEO Jim Lawson unveiled plans in September for the inaugural US$1-million Mohawk Million, there was never a question in Brad Grant's mind whether to get involved.
'Kids in the Hall' getting new life on Amazon Prime Video

'Kids in the Hall' getting new life on Amazon Prime Video

TORONTO — "The Kids in the Hall" are returning to the small screen. Amazon Prime Video says it's reviving the groundbreaking Canadian sketch TV show with all of the original cast members for an eight-episode original series.
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