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Maple Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen won't reveal extent of injury; Curtis McElhinney will play Tuesday vs. Florida

TORONTO — Curtis McElhinney has been around the NHL for almost a decade, but he couldn’t recall a single start that carried the implications of the one which lays ahead of him and the Toronto Maple Leafs. 720 more words

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Ontario-based relief group linked to Hamas heads to court to get off Canada's terrorist list

TORONTO — A Muslim relief group allegedly linked to Hamas has launched a legal challenge in Federal Court in an attempt to be taken off the Canadian government’s list of “terrorist entities.” 414 more words

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If NHL decides to skip 2018 Olympics, fallout will 'last for a very long time': NHLPA chief Don Fehr

TORONTO — Don Fehr is not making any promises. But he’s also not making any threats.

With, presumably, one month to go until a decision has to be made about NHL participation at the 2018 Olympics in South Korea, the head of the NHL Players’ Association sounds hopeful that a deal can be worked out in time. 898 more words

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Pregnant 19-year-old accused of raping the unborn child's father — a 14-year-old boy, police say

Broke and pregnant after a childhood her grandmother describes as a nightmare, police say 19-year-old Mekenzie Leigh Guffey sought help from the place that many young mothers-to-be turn to in Alabama’s rural, northeastern corner: A social worker. 836 more words

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On CITY-TV's golden era, and how to show Canadians the movies they don’t even realize they want to see

Max Renn, the hero of David Cronenberg’s early ’80s cult-horror masterpiece Videodrome, is head of programming at CIVIC-TV, a fictitious low-budget television network based in the east end of Toronto. 1,073 more words

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Russian scientists find 7,000 Siberian hills possibly filled with explosive gas

Russian scientists recently discovered 7,000 earthen knobs erupting from the Siberian Arctic, each the size of a small hill. It was as though the permafrost had broken out into giant grass-covered mounds. 802 more words

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Ten famously shy people who proved you can be the strong, silent, successful type

Some of the greatest minds of our time and the most successful people in different industries – from film and technology to literature and science – have been strong, silent types; shy people who have proven that you can be both quiet and a leader. 1,133 more words

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