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Pacers Warriors Basketball

Klay Thompson had an NBA season-high and career-best 60 points for the highest-scoring performance by a Golden State player in more than 42 years, and the Warriors whipped the Indiana Pacers 142-106 on Monday night.


Canada needs a comprehensive system of universal drug coverage to eliminate variations between the provinces and territories, a citizen-driven panel looking at the idea of national pharmacare recommends.

Shopping for fruits and vegetables

The average Canadian family may need to spend as much as $420 more for food next year, a new report finds, citing the possibility of a lower dollar and the expected policies of the U.S. president-elect as two main factors driving the change.

China Reacting To Trump

U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's official call with the leader of Taiwan breaks diplomatic protocol, a move that could jeopardize co-operation with China against North Korean nuclear proliferation, climate-change measures and lead to an economic and military standoff, Asia analysts warn.

Chris Alexander

Conservative leadership candidate Chris Alexander distanced himself from an incident at a political rally outside the Alberta legislature on Saturday in which protesters he was addressing started chanting “lock her up” in reference to Premier Rachel Notely.

weather radar

The federal government has quietly awarded an $83-million contract to outfit Environment Canada with a new national network of weather radar systems.


Former vice-president Al Gore, a leading voice in the fight against climate change, and Donald Trump, who at one point called it a hoax, met on Monday in what Gore called a "productive" session.

Dave Archambault

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe chairman Dave Archambault, who has been at the centre of a contentious pipeline debate in North Dakota, says he's willing to support future pipeline fights — including those in Canada.

Dr. Elana Fric-Shamji

Slain Toronto physician Elana Fric-Shamji was a “shining star” on track for a leadership role in the medical field, according to her boss.

Police Shooting North Charleston

A South Carolina judge declared a mistrial Monday after a jury deadlocked in the murder trial of a white, former police officer charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black motorist.

student studying

It's that time of year again: exams are here and students are busy studying. But using the latest findings in research studies, students might find tools to help them perform better.

Unemployment Windsor File

Unemployment rates among young Canadians have held relatively steady when compared with the mid-1970s, but the proportion of full-time or permanent jobs has changed sharply over that time, says Statistics Canada.

Hands mountie neighbour ottawa

Five years after a gaunt, fearful, nine-year-old boy showed up on her doorstep, an Ottawa woman says she still struggles with feelings of guilt that she could have done more to protect him from his abusive parents, and anger with police for sending him back to them to endure months of gruesome torture and neglect.

Digital Life-Password Tips

Everyone needs to be vigilant, educated and mindful of this growing digital threat.

Pete Stoopnikoff

Pete Stoopnikoff, 92, says two of his adult children pressured him to hand over property and accounts worth more than $4 million, leaving him reluctant to even drive his car because he can’t afford the gas.

BC News

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Surtees barn

An old barn and a house with a colourful history will get what could be their last chance at useful life after the City struck a deal with a local developer.

Chief Aaron Sam of the Lower Nicola Indian Band

There are now two high-profile candidates seeking the NDP nomination in the riding of Fraser-Nicola for the upcoming provincial election.

Snow in downtown Vancouver

With Metro Vancouver facing days of below-freezing temperatures, here's what you need to know.


"The team is going to be asking a number of questions including, 'has this person had a previous overdose and if so, when and where?'" chief coroner says.

Victoria tent city

Outreach workers in Victoria say unprecedented investment in housing for the city's homeless population has not put a dent in the demand for emergency shelter services.

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A political scientist from the University of British Columbia is pouring cold water on Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's B.C. charm offensive.


Three followers of a polygamous sect accused of taking girls across the border could have foreseen that sexual contact with older men would be a likely consequence of their actions, a special prosecutor told a British Columbia judge on Monday.

Nicola Peffers

A former Canadian Navy sailor is launching a proposed class-action lawsuit against the Canadian Armed Forces, alleging rampant sexual misconduct against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender members of the forces.

Tracy Porteous and Suzanne Anton

The B.C. government is spending about $180K on professional process servers for those at risk of family violence, so victims don't have to confront the family member they need protection from.

Port Mann ice bomb

The Ministry of Transportation is investigating after several people reported smashed windshields while driving over the Alex Fraser and Port Mann bridges today

Butternut Squash soup

A lot of cookbooks will be given out this season. Here is one gift ideas from our food columnist.

Canada Line

A recent incident where a woman experiencing a medical emergency on the Canada Line was transported away from medical help, in apparent violation of policy, is being reviewed by TransLink.

Campers gathered at Standing Rock

A Kamloops man is among thousands of people who are still gathered in Standing Rock.

ice snow winter driving

Winter has arrived in many parts of B.C., along with dangerous driving conditions.

Snow Vancouver

Up to five more centimetres of snow could fall on parts of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley by this evening, according to the latest Environment Canada update.

Sports News

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Pacers Warriors Basketball

Klay Thompson had an NBA season-high and career-best 60 points for the highest-scoring performance by a Golden State player in more than 42 years, and the Warriors whipped the Indiana Pacers 142-106 on Monday night.

Senators Penguins Hockey

Bryan Rust had his first career hat trick, Sidney Crosby added his NHL-leading 17th goal and the Pittsburgh Penguins raced by the Ottawa Senators 8-5 on Monday night.


LeBron James collected 34 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers grabbed sole ownership of first place in the Eastern Conference from the Raptors with a 116-112 win Monday, ending Toronto's six-game winning streak in yet another tense, tightly contested game.

Pat Maroon

Edmonton's Pat Maroon took to Twitter to explain a comment he made about hockey being a "man's game" after teammate Connor McDavid was pulled off the ice as per concussion protocol. It didn't go over very well.

Kris Bryant sunflower seeds

With the new MLB CBA being released, the hot topic is the budget cuts for player meals. With the average MLB player earning $4.4M in 2016, should we really feel bad for them?


Montreal Canadiens forward Alex Galchenyuk is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.


Tickets for Saturday's MLS Cup final sold out three minutes after going on sale to the general public Monday.


Coming within 46 seconds of the Canadian men's marathon record at Sunday's Fukuoka Marathon in Japan will serve as motivation for Hamilton runner Reid Coolsaet in 2017. "I did surprise myself with how good I felt through most of the race."

Winter Meetings Baseball

Those days of pitching for the Long Island Ducks, out of the majors and almost out of luck, happily seem far away now for Rich Hill.

FINA Medals

Winners at the 13th FINA world short-course swimming championships this week in Windsor, Ont., will receive the most unique and most Canadian medal ceremony gift ever — Muskoka chairs.

Duhamel and Radford

Known for their boundary pushing and technically difficult routines, which despite errors has kept them on the podium this season, Canadian and pairs world champions Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford are still working out the kinks in their routine ahead of the Grand Prix Final.

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Watch the world short-course swimming championships on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. ET from Windsor, Ont. is live streaming the event from Tuesday to Sunday with the morning heats going at 9:30 a.m. ET, and then the semifinals and finals at 6:30 p.m. ET.


There was no shortage of moments that caught the attention of hockey fans over the last seven days, including Tomas Hertl's laugh, Jack Eichel's big return, and an advertising agency's regrettable decision to leave Jonathan Toews and Auston Matthews unattended.


It was a jam-packed weekend of high-performance sport around the world, with many Canadian athletes in action, including Kaillie Humphries, Elisabeth Vathje, and the luge team relay squad winning World Cup gold.


Four months after the stunning four-medal performance in Rio that made her a star, Penny Oleksiak returns to international competition at the FINA world short-course championships, which open Tuesday in Windsor, Ont.

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