Andre De Grasse fine-tuning all aspects of his race in pursuit of Olympic gold

After Andre De Grasse won bronze in the 100 metres at the 2016 Olympics, gold medallist Usain Bolt offered the

Leader of 2010 Vancouver Olympics wants city to bid for 2030 Games

While Vancouver celebrates the 10th anniversary of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, the man who co-led the bid

Canadian with COVID-19 describes life under quarantine at Japanese hospital

A Canadian who contracted coronavirus aboard a quarantined cruise ship before being moved to a Japanese hospital said he’s being

Neanderthals had funerals with flowers, study suggests

A Neanderthal skeleton unearthed in an Iraqi cave already famous for fossils of these extinct cousins of our species is

Roger Federer has knee surgery, will miss French Open

Roger Federer will miss the French Open and no fewer than three other tournaments while he is sidelined for at

Alberta public pensions being used to prop up struggling carbon industry, union says

Alberta’s largest labour organization says public-service pensions are being used to prop up the province’s struggling fossil fuels industry at

Democratic hopefuls warn of multi-ballot convention contest for presidential nomination

Bernie Sanders has been warned that he might need to watch his back at this summer’s Democratic convention. The U.S.

9 killed in suspected far-right attack in Germany

A 43-year-old German man shot and killed nine people at several locations in a Frankfurt suburb overnight in attacks that

Canadian cruise passengers who test negative for COVID-19 leave ship

The latest: Canadians who cleared medical screening disembark after 2-week quarantine on Diamond Princess. Charter flight for eligible Canadians expected

Canadian cruise passengers who test negative for COVID-19 prepare to leave ship

The latest: Canadians who pass medical screening expected to disembark Diamond Princess today. 47 Canadians among the more than 630

Send in the army? Why one expert says that would be a ‘ludicrous’ response to rail blockades

Over seven years ago, two books written by retired lieutenant-colonel Douglas Bland offered some sobering warnings about the future of

‘It’s none of their business’: The Wet’suwet’en people who want the protesters to stop

Another day of blockades across the country means more protesters with signs bearing slogans such as “Wet’suwet’en Strong” and “Stand

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