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Potential tying run thrown out at home to end nailbiter at Target Field.
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.
Leonard leads Toronto with 37 points, while Lowry goes from zero to 22.
Raptors’ pressure turns turnovers into points in major bounceback from opening loss in first-round playoff series.
Columbus Blue Jackets win first playoff series in club’s history by eliminating Presidents’ Trophy winners in record time.
Province the first to single out nurses for presumptive mental health coverage
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.
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.
Premier Doug Ford’s government has fired the opening salvo in its advertising blitz against Ottawa’s controversial new carbon-pricing scheme.
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...
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.
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.
This is a team that came into these playoffs still trying to see if all the pieces fit seamlessly
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.
DFO aims to reduce chinook mortality to 5 per cent. Current mortality rates are closer to 20 per cent, according to conservationists.
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.
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.