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Rick Zamperin: So long, farewell, Johnny Manziel

Rick Zamperin: So long, farewell, Johnny Manziel

I can’t say that I am at all surprised after learning that Johnny Manziel has crashed out of the Canadian Football League.
Bears and Huskies duke it out again for Canada West championship

Bears and Huskies duke it out again for Canada West championship

It’s an incredible streak. For the 23rd straight year, either the Alberta Golden Bears or Saskatchewan Huskies will win the Canada West championship.
Pointe-Claire residents gear up for new fight to save former Pioneer Pub building

Pointe-Claire residents gear up for new fight to save former Pioneer Pub building

The former Pioneer Pub in the heart of Pointe-Claire village is back in the spotlight. Developers have released new plans for a condo development that is slated to replace the old building.
11th annual Pink Shirt Day takes aim at cyber bullying

11th annual Pink Shirt Day takes aim at cyber bullying

“Pink it forward” was the motto for the day, as thousands of kids and adults donned their best pink outfits in solidarity of ending bullying in our community.
Steelworkers claim Hamilton MP swore at union reps, demand apology

Steelworkers claim Hamilton MP swore at union reps, demand apology

Two local steelworkers unions are demanding a public apology from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek MP Bob Bratina after they claim union reps were ejected from his office in Ottawa on Tuesday following an expletive-laden tirade.
City of Lethbridge shows off Phase 2 of ATB Centre

City of Lethbridge shows off Phase 2 of ATB Centre

On Wednesday, the City of Lethbridge provided a sneak peek of what people can expect to see when Lethbridge’s ATB Centre opens its doors during Phase 2 of the leisure centre project.
Curators of Edmonton-area photo exhibit seek identity of Indigenous boy seen in 80-year-old photo

Curators of Edmonton-area photo exhibit seek identity of Indigenous boy seen in 80-year-old photo

The organizers of a new photo exhibit north of Edmonton are asking the public to contact them if they have any clues about the identity of a young Indigenous boy pictured in an 80-year-old photo.
Mass ‘renoviction’ in Port Coquitlam worries tenants

Mass ‘renoviction’ in Port Coquitlam worries tenants

Janet Dumain has lived at 1955 Western Drive for 28 years, where she pays $950 a month for her unit. She said it’s cheap and she can afford it.
Here’s how Wilson-Raybould’s version of the SNC-Lavalin affair differs from Trudeau, Wernick

Here’s how Wilson-Raybould’s version of the SNC-Lavalin affair differs from Trudeau, Wernick

Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould took the hot seat Wednesday to testify about her side of the SNC-Lavalin affair.
Children 12 and under will be allowed to ride GO Transit fare-free: government sources

Children 12 and under will be allowed to ride GO Transit fare-free: government sources

Ontario government sources tell Global News that children 12 and under will be allowed to ride GO Transit fare-free. Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek is set to make the policy announcement in downtown Toronto on Thursday morning.