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Sinclair scores goal No. 181 as Canada heads to World Cup on winning note

Sinclair scores goal No. 181 as Canada heads to World Cup on winning note

TORONTO — Canada leaves for the Women's World Cup on a winning note, dispatching an outmatched Mexico side 3-0 on Saturday with captain Christine Sinclair adding to her legacy with career goal No. 181.

Man, 33, fatally stabbed in Hamilton; police believe there may be three suspects

HAMILTON — A 33-year-old man is dead after a stabbing in Hamilton early Saturday morning. Hamilton police say they responded to a call for a male with stab wounds shortly after 3 a.m. in the area of East Avenue and King Street.

One man dead in farmhouse fire in Huron County, Ont., provincial police say

CENTRAL HURON, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say a 62-year-old man has been found dead after a farmhouse fire in Huron County. Police say witnesses alerted them to the two-storey building west of Londesborough, Ont., at around 10:30 p.m. Friday.
Raptors are two losses from ruining perhaps Lowry's best shot at Finals

Raptors are two losses from ruining perhaps Lowry's best shot at Finals

TORONTO — In the hours after the Toronto Raptors' blowout Game 2 loss, there's a good chance Kyle Lowry heard from Jay Wright. Lowry and his former coach at Villanova have kept in close contact over the years, particularly in the playoffs.

Ontario First Nation community mourns five victims of early May house fire

BIG TROUT LAKE, Ont. — A northern Ontario First Nation community has said goodbye to a mother and four children who died in a tragic house fire earlier this month.

Highway 400 reopens after collision caused by wheel flying off SUV

BARRIE, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say Highway 400 is open again after it was shut down in both directions south of Barrie because an accident about midday Saturday.

Ontario NDP slams impact of larger class mandate on Toronto secondary schools

TORONTO — Ontario's NDP education critic is criticizing the provincial government's decision to increase secondary school class sizes as more details emerge on the impacts of the move.

Toronto Argonauts release veteran offensive lineman Chris Van Zeyl

TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts released veteran offensive lineman Chris Van Zeyl on Saturday. The 35-year-old native of Fonthill, Ont., played 156 games for the Argonauts after signing with the team in 2008.
Canadian captain Christine Sinclair scores goal No. 181 of her career

Canadian captain Christine Sinclair scores goal No. 181 of her career

TORONTO — Christine Sinclair scored goal No. 181 of her career Saturday against Mexico in a women's soccer friendly. The 35-year-old from Burnaby, B.C.

Toronto gun buyback nets 2,700 firearms as part of effort to reduce gun violence

TORONTO — There are at least 2,700 fewer firearms in circulation in Toronto after a three-week buyback program wrapped up Friday.
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