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Rick Zamperin: Why the Maple Leafs will beat the Bruins in the playoffs

Rick Zamperin: Why the Maple Leafs will beat the Bruins in the playoffs

I have officially gone on record as saying the Toronto Maple Leafs will beat the Boston Bruins in the playoffs. Now before you start rolling your eyes and accuse me of being a homer, hear me out.
Overcoming Abuse: How to find legal help and shelters when leaving family violence

Overcoming Abuse: How to find legal help and shelters when leaving family violence

This is part two of a series called Overcoming Abuse . Here’s part one . Tomorrow, part three will be published. Leaving family violence can be extremely difficult, but signing the wrong papers can make the process a lot worse.
Local sit-in to call for greater diversity on Hamilton Police Services Board

Local sit-in to call for greater diversity on Hamilton Police Services Board

A group of frustrated citizens will be gathering at city hall to call for more diversity on Hamilton’s police services board.
Calgary Folk Music Festival 2019: Half Moon Run, Lucius, Nathaniel Rateliff headline for 40th anniversary

Calgary Folk Music Festival 2019: Half Moon Run, Lucius, Nathaniel Rateliff headline for 40th anniversary

Half Moon Run, Lucius, The Strumbellas and Colter Wall are among the headlining acts that will be helping the Calgary Folk Music Festival celebrate its 40th anniversary this summer.
B.C. Interior residents say province’s caribou protection plans will lead to forestry job losses

B.C. Interior residents say province’s caribou protection plans will lead to forestry job losses

The B.C. government’s efforts to protect the province’s dwindling caribou population is taking pushback from people in the Interior, who say the plan will lead to job losses in the forestry sector.
Worries about UCP leadership vote raised 2 months before Kenney declared leader

Worries about UCP leadership vote raised 2 months before Kenney declared leader

Leaked emails have revealed that concerns over the 2017 UCP leadership vote were raised with the party weeks before Jason Kenney clinched the top job.
Maple Ridge mayor urged to apologize for saying addicts are ‘raping and pillaging’ community

Maple Ridge mayor urged to apologize for saying addicts are ‘raping and pillaging’ community

The mayor of Maple Ridge is admitting comments he made about his city’s homeless population weren’t appropriate, but he’s refusing to issue an official apology.
Jasper RCMP arrest 2 drivers on impairment-related charges in as many days

Jasper RCMP arrest 2 drivers on impairment-related charges in as many days

RCMP in Jasper arrested two drivers believed to be impaired in as many days this week. According to a news release, RCMP stopped a vehicle driving on Connaught Drive at about 3 a.m. on April 7.
Advance polls in Lethbridge see thousands of ballots cast on Day 1

Advance polls in Lethbridge see thousands of ballots cast on Day 1

Advance polls for the 2019 provincial election opened Wednesday and Albertans came out in droves to make their votes count. In Lethbridge-East, 2,227 ballots were cast on Day 1 of advance polls.
Squamish Nation planning major housing development on lands near Kitsilano

Squamish Nation planning major housing development on lands near Kitsilano

The Squamish Nation is planning an enormous rental housing project on central Vancouver land it owns near the Burrard Bridge — and the city will have no legal authority over its development.