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Albertans gave a decisive victory to the United Conservatives, all but erasing the “orange wave” of NDP support that swept through the province in 2015.

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Raptors’ pressure turns turnovers into points in major bounceback from opening loss in first-round playoff series.

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Columbus Blue Jackets win first playoff series in club’s history by eliminating Presidents’ Trophy winners in record time.

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Following a social-media outcry on what some were calling an effective ban on bringing menstrual products into medical licencing exams, the Medical Council of Canada has changed its policy.

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Report ‘recommended short-term maintenance of both elevators at a Vancouver affordable-housing building where the only elevator servicing the fifth to ninth floors has been broken since September.

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Premier Doug Ford’s government has fired the opening salvo in its advertising blitz against Ottawa’s controversial new carbon-pricing scheme.

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On the National Day of Action on the Overdose Crisis, and almost three years since B.C. declared drug-related overdoses a public health emergency, Vancouver advocates say their ranks have been decimated by contaminated drugs. ‘It’s hard to organize or think strategically when you’re always...

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Doug Ford may be a lousy leader, but his plans to liberalize Ontario’s alcohol laws demonstrate that even lousy leaders can sometimes make sensible decisions, Emma Teitel writes.

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On Tuesday, Edmonton city council voted in favour of allowing Prairie Sky to do a feasibility study to see if its gondola project could be successful.

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In the same game where they blew the biggest lead in NBA playoff history to the Los Angeles Clippers, the champions lose their starting centre to injury.

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This is a team that came into these playoffs still trying to see if all the pieces fit seamlessly

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Point guard D.J. Augustin’s flight path has similarities to the Raptors’ own Kyle Lowry. Not the all-star part, but the matchup isn’t as lopsided as it might appear on paper.

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Having already seen off Real Madrid in the previous round, Ajax showed no fear against Juventus, advancing 3-2 on aggregate.

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DFO aims to reduce chinook mortality to 5 per cent. Current mortality rates are closer to 20 per cent, according to conservationists.

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John Hart took top honours in the Toronto Star Short Story Contest with a story called “Walk With Me,” about a young man’s relationship with his beloved grandmother. Lena Scholman of Hamilton placed second and Nicholas Anthony James Pullen of Ottawa placed third.

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William Nylander’s effortless skating can make his game seem too easy, but his Game 3 performance — at centre in place of Nazem Kadri — was the kind of all-around effort that could go a long way in these playoffs, Rosie DiManno writes.

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