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Saskatchewan teachers announce rotating strikes for Tuesday

Saskatchewan teachers announce rotating strikes for Tuesday

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Teachers Federation has announced another day of rotating strikes as the union presses its case in contract negotiations with the provincial government.
CP reporter Donna Spencer earns Paul McLean Award for contribution to curling

CP reporter Donna Spencer earns Paul McLean Award for contribution to curling

CALGARY — Donna Spencer of The Canadian Press has been awarded the Paul McLean Award as a person who has made a significant contribution to curling behind the scenes.
Toronto Blue Jays fall 14-13 to Philadelphia Phillies in spring training opener

Toronto Blue Jays fall 14-13 to Philadelphia Phillies in spring training opener

DUNEDIN, Fla. — Daulton Varsho had three hits and three RBIs, but the Toronto Blue Jays fell 14-13 to the Philadelphia Phillies in their spring training opener Saturday at TD Ballpark.
Man shot dead in random attack in northwest Toronto remembered as quiet family man

Man shot dead in random attack in northwest Toronto remembered as quiet family man

TORONTO — A man who was gunned down in what police have called an indiscriminate attack in northwest Toronto was remembered Saturday as a quiet and respectful man who was working hard to support his family in Ghana.
Alberta to host world junior hockey championship in 2027

Alberta to host world junior hockey championship in 2027

EDMONTON — The world junior hockey championship is returning to Alberta. Hockey Canada says the province will host the world juniors in 2027. No cities or venues for the tournament have been set.

Ski Report

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Trudeau signs support pact, attacks 'weakling' Putin in unannounced Kyiv visit

Trudeau signs support pact, attacks 'weakling' Putin in unannounced Kyiv visit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surveyed the wreckage of one of the first battles in the brutal war that has gripped Ukraine for the last two years, as Ukrainians used Saturday's anniversary of the fighting to take stock of a still uncertain future.
Canadians mark grim anniversary of Russian invasion of Ukraine as violence continues

Canadians mark grim anniversary of Russian invasion of Ukraine as violence continues

OTTAWA — Events marking the second anniversary of Russia's deadly invasion of Ukraine were planned across Canada on Saturday, as the head of an organization representing Ukrainian Canadians urged people to honour those who have been killed in the war
Country star Corb Lund criticizes Alberta minister over coal application support

Country star Corb Lund criticizes Alberta minister over coal application support

TABER, Alta. — An Alberta country music star is criticizing the province's energy minister for advising its energy regulator to accept initial applications for a coal mine project in the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta.
Canadian men take on St. Vincent next in CONCACAF U-20 qualifying play

Canadian men take on St. Vincent next in CONCACAF U-20 qualifying play

After having its way with Dominica in an 8-0 romp Friday, Canada expects more of a challenge from St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Sunday in CONCACAF Under-20 Championship qualifying play in Port-of-Spain.