Toronto FC shifts venue for Leon rematch after CONCACAF objection to original site

Toronto FC's rematch with Mexico's Club Leon in the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League has been shifted to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Djokovic makes successful return with clinical win over Sinner at Monte Carlo Masters

Novak Djokovic produced a clinical 6-4, 6-2 win over up-and-coming Jannik Sinner at the Monte Carlo Masters on Wednesday, making a successful return to clay.

MPs call on Ottawa to make face masks, work-related PPE tax-deductible

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Opposition critics are calling on Canada to follow the lead of countries like the United States and Australia by making work-related purchases of COVID-19 personal protective equipment (PPE) tax-deductible.

100 days out from Tokyo, an Olympics that will be different from anything we have seen before


Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Wednesday

India's worst-hit and richest state Maharashtra will impose stricter restrictions for 15 days on Wednesday in an effort to stem the surge of coronavirus infections that is threatening to overcome hospitals.

Canadian athletes still grappling to draw 'different blueprints to gold'

That singular focus that, up until a year ago was zeroed in on July 2020, has been recalibrated, this time to hone in on July 23 when the Tokyo Olympics are scheduled to open.

Alta., Ont., Sask. and N.B. signing agreement to explore small nuclear reactors

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Alberta is to join three other provinces to explore the feasibility of small modular nuclear reactors as a clean energy option.

South Korea mulls court fight over Japan's plan to release contaminated Fukushima water

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in ordered officials on Wednesday to explore petitioning an international court over Japan's decision to release water from its Fukushima nuclear plant, his spokesman said, amid protests by fisheries and e...

Warm weather, lack of ice likely factors in sluggish polar bear harvest: Nunatsiavut government

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Only five of 12 licences to harvest polar bears have been filled on the north coast of Labrador, and the Inuit government says weather and climate explain this year's drop.

Ontario is adding hundreds of ICU beds. But does it have the resources to support them?

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As ICU admissions continue to soar in Ontario, the province says it's adding 350 more ICU beds by the end of the week. But just how much of an impact can more beds have when health-care experts say critical care is already pushed to the ...

B.C. to consider province-wide bid for 2030 Winter Olympics

A 2030 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games that encompasses more of B.C. than the Lower Mainland and a ski resort town will be part of John Furlong's pitch to the Vancouver Board of Trade on Friday.

Canadian medical students in St. Vincent pull 'all-nighters' to help evacuees after volcano eruptions

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Claire Matlock went from handling final exams as a medical student in St. Vincent to helping people devastated by the La Soufrière volcano eruption — and the volunteer efforts of the Kitchener, Ont., resident and her friends have extende...

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