Convicted B.C. sex criminal arrested in Cambodia for allegations of child rape

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Investigators in Canada and Cambodia are looking into a man's activities in Canada and abroad after he was arrested for a number of sex crimes against Cambodian children.

New air force commander says he's confident in the airworthiness of the Snowbirds

Lt.-Gen. Eric Kenny, the new commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force, sees a bright future ahead for the Snowbirds despite the planes having been grounded after a hard landing in Fort Saint John, B.C. earlier this month.

Little Mountain advances to Little League World Series with Canadian title victory

The Little Mountain Baseball All-Stars will represent Canada at the Little League World Series after defeating Moose Jaw 9-4 in the Canadian regional final on Friday.

Quebec's Olivier Rioux, world's tallest teen, chasing basketball dream at Canada Games

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Guinness World Records recognized Quebec's Olivier Rioux as the world's tallest teenager when he was 15 and seven foot five. If he played in the NBA now, he'd be tied with Cleveland's Tacko Fall as the league's tallest player.

Police probe deadly shooting rampage in western Montenegro

Crime scene investigators examine scene of mass shooting in Cetinje, Montenegro
A man went on a shooting rampage in the streets of Cetinje in western Montenegro on Friday, killing 10 people, including two children, before being shot dead by a passerby, officials said.

Canada's Auger-Aliassime falls to Norway's Ruud in National Bank Open quarter-final

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Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime is out of the National Bank Open after dropping a 6-1, 6-2 decision to Norway's Casper Ruud in quarter-final play Friday at IGA Stadium.

Canada's Wilkerson, Bukovec stay perfect, advance to quarter-finals in Germany

Canadian beach volleyball duo Brandie Wilkerson and Sophie Bukovec remained undefeated and advanced to the quarter-finals atop their group at the FIVB Beach Volleyball Pro Tour Elite 16 event in Hamburg, Germany on Friday. 

'It was my moment,' says wrestler who won Nunavut's 1st Canada Summer Games gold

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When Eekeeluak Avalak won Nunavut’s first gold medal at the Canada Summer Games, he says he channeled strength from his coach, his family, his territory and his ancestors.

Dispute over athlete agreement has Canadian bobsled pilot without funding for 4 months

Chris Spring is a four-time Olympian who's competed for Canada in bobsled for close to a decade. But for the past four months, he's received no federal funding due to a dispute over his athlete's agreement.

Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. suspended 80 games after positive drug test

San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. was suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball on Friday after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance.

Harris helps expansion Shooting Stars past River Lions, earning berth to CEBL final

Former Toronto Raptors guard Jalen Harris had 22 points, eight rebounds and six assists to lift the expansion Scarborough Shooting Stars into the Canadian Elite Basketball League final.

These Canadian startups are taking quantum computing mainstream

For years, quantum computers have mostly been the focus of academics and government. Now, experts say we could be near a turning point where the technology is closer to commercialization.

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