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Go, Canada! The 2024 Olympics uniforms celebrate each province, territory – National

Drumroll, please… Canadian clothing giant Lululemon has unveiled its Team Canada designs for the 2024 Olympics in Paris, giving Canadians a glimpse of what the country’s Olympians and Paralympians will be wearing at the opening and closing ceremonies. Lululemon and the Canadian Olympic team unveiled the official uniforms Tuesday. Team …

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Blue Jays reinstate Jansen from injured list

TORONTO – The Toronto Blue Jays welcomed back catcher Danny Jansen on Monday after a stint on the injured list and relievers Erik Swanson and closer Jordan Romano will soon be available as well. All three players missed the first two-plus weeks of the season after sufferinginjuries last month. Jansen …

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3 arrested, including 2 youths, in connection with fatal Mississauga shooting – Toronto

Peel police have arrested two youths and an adult in connection with the fatal shooting of a Mississauga man in January. The shooting took place just after 5 p.m. on Jan. 3, in the area of Battleford Road and Glen Erin Drive. When emergency crews arrived on scene, they located …

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Manitoba PCs to choose new leader in April 2025 – Winnipeg

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Manitoba’s Progressive Conservatives have set a date to choose their next leader — but it won’t be for another year. In an announcement Tuesday, party president Brent Pooles said party members will select a new leader on April 26, 2025 — a …

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Roadblock cleared: Ontario’s Highway 413 moving forward after governments reach agreement

The Ford and Trudeau governments have announced a joint agreement that will allow Ontario to begin working to build its signature Highway 413 on the western edge of the Greater Toronto Area. After a years-long battle with the Trudeau government over environmental assessments related to the controversial project, the federal …

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With NHL playoffs set to start soon, Giordano among oldest players who hasn’t won a Stanley Cup

Joe Pavelski and Brent Burns made the playoffs seven times together as teammates in San Jose, reaching the conference finals and getting all the way to the Stanley Cup Final in 2016 under Peter DeBoer. Zach Parise captained New Jersey to the final in 2012. All those runs ended in …

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RCMP investigate after child finds shotgun on Lake Winnipeg beach – Winnipeg

Descrease article font size Increase article font size RCMP in Gimli, Man., are investigating after a sawed-off shotgun was found on the shore of Lake Winnipeg by a 12-year-old girl. Police said they were called Saturday afternoon after a family cleaning garbage off the beach near their cottage discovered the …

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As Tim Hortons tests plastic-free lids, how eco-friendly are alternatives?

Tim Hortons‘ lovers visiting some stores in Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., may see a different kind of covering on their cups of coffee, tea or other hot drinks as the company tests out new plastic-free fibre lids for the next six weeks. They’re the latest company to test out alternative …

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