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Canadian wide receiver Jared Wayne waived by NFL's Houston Texans

Canadian wide receiver Jared Wayne waived by NFL's Houston Texans

TORONTO — The wait continues for the Toronto Argonauts. Canadian receiver Jared Wayne was reportedly waived Tuesday by the Houston Texans as NFL teams finalized their 53-man rosters ahead of the regular season.
John Herdman eyes opportunity to develop, build Toronto FC back into a winner

John Herdman eyes opportunity to develop, build Toronto FC back into a winner

TORONTO — One of John Herdman's biggest motivations is quite simple: the chance to develop a new group and help Toronto FC return to its former glory. Herdman was formally introduced as Toronto FC's new head coach at a news conference Tuesday.
Mother and son reported missing in southern Alberta found safe, RCMP say

Mother and son reported missing in southern Alberta found safe, RCMP say

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Mounties say a mother and son who disappeared while rafting in southern Alberta have been found safe.
Canada's first case of new COVID variant is detected in B.C.

Canada's first case of new COVID variant is detected in B.C.

The BC Centre for Disease Control has detected Canada's first known case of a new COVID-19 variant that has swiftly circled the globe, in what one expert says is a reminder the virus never went away. The centre said the BA. 2.
Civil servants could be next labour battle for the Manitoba government

Civil servants could be next labour battle for the Manitoba government

WINNIPEG — The union that represents 11,000 Manitoba civil servants is planning a strike vote after negotiations appear to have stalled on the issue of wages.
Lightning sparks about 40 new B.C. wildfires, but rain may bring relief

Lightning sparks about 40 new B.C. wildfires, but rain may bring relief

Lightning strikes have sparked dozens of new wildfires in British Columbia, as thunderstorms brought mixed blessings to the province's battle against its worst fire season on record.
Canadian anti-crime researcher sentenced to two years in prison in Algeria

Canadian anti-crime researcher sentenced to two years in prison in Algeria

MONTREAL — A Canadian researcher detained in Algeria since February was sentenced on Tuesday to two years in prison, according to his lawyer. Kouceila Zerguine said Raouf Farrah has also been fined 200,000 Algerian dinars, around C$2,000.
Canada's Leylah Fernandez and Rebecca Marino both out of U.S. Open's first round

Canada's Leylah Fernandez and Rebecca Marino both out of U.S. Open's first round

NEW YORK — There are no Canadians left in the singles tournaments at the U.S. Open. Leylah Fernandez of Laval, Que., was bounced from the Grand Slam tournament after a 7-6 (4), 5-7, 6-4 loss to 22nd seed Ekaterina Alexandrova on Tuesday.
Protester arrested after paint splashed on Tom Thomson piece in National Gallery

Protester arrested after paint splashed on Tom Thomson piece in National Gallery

OTTAWA — An artwork by renowned Canadian artist Tom Thomson at the National Gallery in Ottawa was splattered with paint on Tuesday as part of a protest against the federal government's response to wildfires.
Saskatchewan chiefs to file lawsuit against province, feds for resource rights

Saskatchewan chiefs to file lawsuit against province, feds for resource rights

SASKATOON — The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations has announced plans to sue the federal and provincial governments over legislation chiefs say infringes on treaty rights.