Steve Carlson has one of the most recognizable faces in hockey and is regularly swarmed by hockey fans. He and his “brothers” sign just as many autographs as some of the biggest names in the sport’s history.
Atletico Madrid kept Cristiano Ronaldo in check on Wednesday, defeating Juventus 2-0 in a first-leg match in the round of 16 of the Champions League. Defenders Jose Maria Gimenez and Diego Godin scored
The repeal of a controversial sex-ed curriculum by the Progressive Conservative government in Ontario last summer took with it any explicit mention of concussions. Documents recently filed in a provincial
Armed with degrees from two Canadian universities and a long career in business consulting, Christian Penda Ekoka thought he could help revive the struggling economy of his Central African homeland, Cameroon.
Clusters of seven stuffed animals were set on Halifax doorsteps and hundreds gathered after sundown for a moment of silence Wednesday as the city grieved the deaths of the children of a Syrian immigrant
House Democrats will file a resolution Friday aimed at blocking the national emergency declaration that President Donald Trump has issued to help finance his wall along the Southwest border, teeing up
“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was charged Wednesday with making a false police report when he said he was attacked in downtown Chicago by two men who hurled racist and anti-gay slurs and looped a rope
Ontario says it will provide funding for in-vitro fertilization indefinitely, ending months of concern and confusion among patients and clinics who were worried the program would be cut by Premier Doug
Terrified high school students were barricaded inside classrooms for hours Wednesday during a weapons-related lockdown that ended with the arrest of a 15-year-old boy. Halifax Regional Police said they
A reality check, heading into the NHL’s trade deadline, played itself out Wednesday at the Washington Capitals’ practice in Toronto. The Maple Leafs, delayed by winter travel woes, were still trying to
Police say an off-duty officer and a woman were stabbed outside a private elementary school on Wednesday in Delta, B.C. Police say in a news release the male officer was at Immaculate Conception elementary
A Coast Guard lieutenant who was arrested last week is a “domestic terrorist” who drafted an e-mail discussing biological attacks and had what appeared to be a hit list that included prominent Democrats
The NHL trade deadline makes the spotlight on the Calgary Flames feel hotter. This season’s Flames are having arguably the franchise’s best season since Calgary won the Stanley Cup in 1989. Duking it with
PEI’s immigration record in spotlight after family caught in crackdown left picking up pieces of their lives
The day started out as an ordinary Wednesday. Ping Zhong was doing the breakfast dishes. Her daughter, about to leave for work, opened the front door. What awaited on the other side shocked Ms. Zhong.
Two new studies say the federal and provincial governments must do more to reduce alcohol consumption after determining damages from drinking have surpassed tobacco use. As part of the Canadian Alcohol
At the moment, nothing incites intemperate hyperbole as much as politicians do. Politicians in power, that is. We get the picture: They stalk the corridors of power with blithe insouciance claiming to
An Amnesty International report alleging human-rights abuses by Venezuelan forces loyal to President Nicolas Maduro represents one more example of a “despicable” regime, says Foreign Affairs Minister Freeland.
Vancouver doctors are seeing an uptick in the number of unvaccinated teens and young adults seeking to be inoculated against measles in the wake of an outbreak of the disease at two schools in the city.
Helen Wall: Mother. Caregiver. Naturalist. Kind soul. Born Dec. 23, 1919, in Toronto; died Oct. 14, 2018, in Toronto, of heart failure; aged 98. Helen was christened Nellie Diamond and, for reasons which
Lyft Inc. plans to launch the roadshow for its initial public offering during the week of March 18, making it the first U.S. ride-hailing company to debut in the stock market, people familiar with the
A living member of a species of tortoise not seen in more than 110 years and feared to be extinct has been found in a remote part of the Galapagos island of Fernandina. An adult female Chelonoidis phantasticus,
Searchers discovered the body of a missing snowshoer in avalanche debris on Vancouver’s North Shore on Wednesday, two days after he was swept away. Peter Haigh of North Shore Search and Rescue said searchers
Andrew Moor is CEO and President of Equitable Bank Last month, the federal Department of Finance launched a public consultation on open banking, asking for input from the public and stakeholders. This
As Nunavut approaches the 20th anniversary of its creation, the territory has tabled a mostly stand-pat budget that plans modest spending increases to fight some of its social problems. “We look ahead
Trudeau spoke to Wilson-Raybould after prosecutors refused SNC-Lavalin deal; Trudeau falls in the polls
Good evening, WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW PM spoke to Wilson-Raybould after prosecutors refused SNC deal Court documents obtained by The Globe and Mail show that Canada’s top prosecutor had rejected a settlement
Trudeau apologizes to Jody Wilson-Raybould as Liberals defeat call for public inquiry into SNC-Lavalin issue
The Liberals have defeated an opposition motion calling for a public inquiry into allegations that the Prime Minister’s Office pressured former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to help SNC-Lavalin
Federal Reserve policymakers on Wednesday gave little sense of how long their “patient” stance on U.S. interest rate policy would last, and while promising “before too long” a plan for their US$4-trillion
First Person is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. I grew up poor. Not in abject poverty. Not in squalor. Not on the wrong side
The Quebec government is being sued over its decision to cancel a backlog of more than 18,000 immigration applications as it overhauls its system for selecting newcomers. An association representing Quebec
Royal Bank, Enbridge CEOs seek energy policy balancing need to develop with environment, indigenous rights
The chief executive officers of Canada’s largest bank and its largest pipeline company say the country needs an energy strategy that will better balance environmental and Indigenous goals with the need