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Three-time Grey Cup champion Carl Crennel dead at 74

He played in the CFL before defensive statistics were tabulated, but Wally Buono says no number could ever do justice to Carl Crennel's value to a football team.
Ontario offers money to public-health units that voluntarily merge

Ontario offers money to public-health units that voluntarily merge

Ontario will be offering funding to public-health units that want to merge as the province works on a "longer-term" approach to public health that clarifies roles and responsibilities, Health Minister Sylvia Jones said Tuesday.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesdayon the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,691.21, down 93.66 points): Great-West Lifeco Inc. (TSX:GWO). Finance. Down 63 cents, or 1.64 per cent, to $37.78 on 10.
S&P/TSX composite dragged lower by financials Tuesday, U.S. stock markets mixed

S&P/TSX composite dragged lower by financials Tuesday, U.S. stock markets mixed

TORONTO — Losses in the financial sector dragged Canada's main stock index lower Tuesday, while U.S. markets were mixed. Rising bond yields in Canada and the U.S.
Quebec releases new road safety plan, includes higher fines for drivers

Quebec releases new road safety plan, includes higher fines for drivers

MONTREAL — Quebec has released a new plan to curb the number of collisions on its roads, including higher fines to deter dangerous driving.
Canada's Marco Arop advances to men's 800m semifinal at World Athletics Championships

Canada's Marco Arop advances to men's 800m semifinal at World Athletics Championships

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Edmonton's Marco Arop cruised into the men's 800-metre semifinals on Tuesday at the World Athletics Championships. Arop finished atop the seventh and final heat with a time of one minute 45.05 seconds.
Stricter bail a 'balancing act' with overrepresented groups: police chiefs

Stricter bail a 'balancing act' with overrepresented groups: police chiefs

OTTAWA — Toughening up the bail system without putting more people of colour behind bars is a balancing act, the leader of Canada's police chiefs said Tuesday.
First Nation in N.B. under state of emergency to install gates to keep out drugs

First Nation in N.B. under state of emergency to install gates to keep out drugs

FREDERICTON — A First Nations community in New Brunswick will soon be surrounded by security gates in an effort to curb illegal drug activity.
Globe and Mail sells AI analytics platform Sophi to Mather Economics

Globe and Mail sells AI analytics platform Sophi to Mather Economics

ATLANTA — Mather Economics says it has acquired artificial intelligence-driven analytics platform Sophi Inc. from the Globe and Mail.
Canada's Eugenie Bouchard advances to second round of US Open qualifying

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard advances to second round of US Open qualifying

NEW YORK — Eugenie Bouchard advanced to the second round of qualifying at the U.S. Open with a 6-2, 6-3 win over American Katherine Hui on Tuesday. Hui struggled on serve with seven double-faults and was broken by Bouchard six times on 10 chances.