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CP NewsAlert: Canada's Boutin wins bronze in women's 1,500 short-track

CP NewsAlert: Canada's Boutin wins bronze in women's 1,500 short-track

GANGNEUNG, Korea, Republic Of — Canadian short-track speedskater Kim Boutin has her second bronze medal of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games after finishing third in the women's 1,500 metres. Boutin, from Sherbrooke, Que.
Montreal, which doesn't allow cars to turn right on red, thinks cyclists should

Montreal, which doesn't allow cars to turn right on red, thinks cyclists should

MONTREAL — Vehicles can't turn right on red on the Island of Montreal but if the Plante administration has its way, cyclists would get the green light to do so.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $55 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — The Lotto Max jackpot has gone unclaimed for another week, meaning it will continue to grow. No winning ticket was sold for last night's $55 million grand prize.
Tim Hortons confirms some cups misprinted in Roll up the Rim contest

Tim Hortons confirms some cups misprinted in Roll up the Rim contest

Adam Peddle says he has a growing collection of Tim Hortons Roll up the Rim cups, but they're not winners — there's no message at all under the rim.

Massachusetts to continue talks with Hyrdo-Quebec for Northern Pass project

MONTREAL — Despite a rejection in New Hampshire, Massachusetts will continue negotiations on a conditional basis with Hydro-Quebec and its American partner Eversource for the Northern Pass project.

Yukon alcohol label study will no longer include warnings of cancer link

WHITEHORSE — A study on alcohol warning labels in Yukon is moving ahead, albeit with some major revisions after the liquor industry raised concerns about the research.
Hedley dropped by management, radio, tour opener amid sexual misconduct allegations

Hedley dropped by management, radio, tour opener amid sexual misconduct allegations

TORONTO — Besieged pop-rockers Hedley faced a barrage of more bad news Friday as they were dropped by their management team, abandoned by other musicians opening for them on their cross-Canada tour and had their music blacklisted by the CBC and more
Patrick Brown enters Ontario Tory leadership race

Patrick Brown enters Ontario Tory leadership race

TORONTO — Ontario's Progressive Conservatives plunged deeper into turmoil Friday as former leader Patrick Brown, who stepped down amid sexual misconduct allegations weeks ago, vowed to reclaim his old job bolstered by what he called a groundswell of
B.C. to pay for and build new Pattullo Bridge in Metro Vancouver

B.C. to pay for and build new Pattullo Bridge in Metro Vancouver

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — The British Columbia government has taken on the $1.37 billion cost of replacing a major commuter crossing in Metro Vancouver, relieving some financial pressure on the transit authority.
RCMP member launches appeal to avoid new hearing over alleged harassment

RCMP member launches appeal to avoid new hearing over alleged harassment

OTTAWA — An RCMP member who was fined for disgraceful conduct in the workplace has launched a fresh court challenge to prevent further disciplinary actions against him.