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Sask. health officials fine person $2,000 for not self-isolating while symptomatic
Liberals promise action on biases in justice system, policing
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Toronto Blue Jays activate right-hander Nate Pearson from injured list
NASCAR fines Hendrick $100,000 for too much wind tunnel time
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Auction of Vin Scully's memorabilia tops $2 million
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Bills rejuvenated offence has Rams coach McVay's attention
S&P/TSX composite index rises on the back of higher commodities continued volatility
Ex-Bronco Shaq Barrett returns to Denver with Buccaneers
Ontario, Quebec report higher daily COVID-19 cases after Trudeau warns of second wave
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Murray maturing fast as rolling Cardinals host winless Lions
Ulta Beauty halts expansion into Canada to focus on U.S. operations, online shopping
New Brunswick imposes new travel restrictions on Quebec border residents
Man charged in connection with alleged online threats against Quebec premier
Liberals propose upping value of new COVID-19 benefits to match sunsetting CERB
Fraud, backlogs disrupt US unemployment benefit payments
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Horgan says NDP government could not achieve $10-a-day child care because of Greens
Pandemic's impact to influence economy, social order for long time, forum told
UEFA lets postponed CL games be played in January
Mets place outfielder Conforto on IL with hamstring ailment
Powerful Vatican Cardinal Becciu resigns amid scandal
No. 6 LSU and Miss. St. clash in test of new faces, systems
Chiefs could have defensive help back for game vs Ravens
Alex Gordon retiring after playing entire career with Royals
Third man arrested in kidnapping, death of 16-year-old boy: police
No. 21 Pitt eyes rare 3-0 start against No. 24 Louisville
'Am I next?': Officer who responded to Fredericton mass shooting testifies at trial
Browns must protect QB Mayfield from Washington's "wreckers"
No. 20 Hokies finally getting started vs. the Wolfpack
The Latest: Saints to allow family members for Packers game
No. 19 La-Lafayette opens home slate vs. Georgia Southern
Ontario changes COVID-19 testing guidance, shifts focus to symptomatic testing
Yukon relief program for businesses hurt by COVID-19 extends through to March
Grains mostly lower, livestock mixed
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No. 18 BYU takes on Troy in return after COVID-19 outbreak
No. 16 Tennessee looks for seventh straight win in opener
Toronto city councillor Jim Karygiannis loses court bid to keep seat
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No. 15 Oklahoma State opens Big 12 slate vs. West Virginia
Ottawa Aces signing Guy Armitage comes with impressive rugby pedigree
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