Are hackers holding the data of Ontario's 200,000 nurses hostage on the dark web?

Ten days after it learned it was hacked, the Ontario College of Nurses (CNO) is still trying to figure out if the personal information of its 300 employees and 195,500 members has been compromised. 

Belarus candidate who fled to Lithuania urges continued pressure on Lukashenko

Belarus opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya demanded on Friday an international mission to document what she called "atrocities" during crackdowns on anti-government protests but said she was ready to talk to end weeks of violence.

Canada's top curling teams scramble for competition amid pandemic

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The Grand Slam of Curling was whittled from six events this winter to just two scheduled for next April and November's Canada Cup of Curling was cancelled, creating a competitive void for the country's elite curlers.

Denis Shapovalov advances to quarter-finals at Italian Open

No. 12 seed Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., rallied to beat world No. 47 Ugo Humbert of France 6-7 (5), 6-1, 6-4 in the third round of the Italian Open in Rome on Friday.

Canadian Premier League announces player of the year finalists

HFX Wanderers forward Akeem Garcia and midfielders Marco Bustos of Pacific FC and Kyle Bekker of Forge FC are finalists for the Canadian Premier League player of the year award.

World's largest fish are females

Male and female whale sharks — filter-feeding marine behemoths — grow at different rates, with females doing so more slowly but getting much larger than the guys, according to research that offers deeper insight into the biology of Earth...

Search for missing P.E.I. teens now a recovery operation, resumed at dawn

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With first light, fishermen in Northport, P.E.I., were getting geared up to head back onto the water to continue with the search for two missing teenagers.

Indigenous leader feels NHL could do better job of acknowledging racism

While it's laudable to protest acts of violence against Black people, Terry Teegee, Regional Chief of the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations, believes the NHL and the NHL Players' Association should also speak out against racism ...

Trump offered to pardon Assange if he provided source of leaked Democratic emails, court told

U.S. President Donald Trump offered to pardon Julian Assange if the WikiLeaks founder provided the source for the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails before the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a London court was told on Friday.

Not just another fish story: Permit sales prove the sport hooked new anglers this pandemic summer

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Canadian provinces have seen an increase in fishing permit sales over the summer while Alberta experienced one of the sharpest.

California firefighter dies battling massive El Dorado blaze

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A firefighter died battling the El Dorado wildfire in California, a blaze that officials said was sparked by a device used to reveal a baby's gender.

Meet Jack Murray: The young CPL fan-turned-amateur journalist

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Jack Murray is not the average CPL fan. Outside training, the 12-year-old soccer buff is also an amateur journalist who has interviewed over 15 CPL players and coaches alongside his dad. The father-son duo is a prime example of how the C...

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