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Karin Harjo becomes the first female coach of Canadian women’s alpine ski team

Alpine Canada appoints American Karin Harjo as coach of Canada's feminist alpine ski team, breaking the gender barrier by becoming the first woman in...

Kerri Einarson wins bronze at women’s world curling championships

On Sunday, Canada's Kerri Einarson secured bronze at the women's world curling championship, beating Sweden's Anna Hasselborg 8-7. Although Einarson had set her and...

Concordia Stingers win first U Sports women’s field hockey title in two decades

This Sunday, the Concordia Stingers women's varsity field hockey team celebrated big at MacLauchlan Arena in Charlottetown, P.E.I., winning as national champions. The last...

With a victory not seen since 1986, Canadian men qualify for the 2022 World Cup

Canada celebrated in style on Sunday as Cyle Larin, Tajon Buchanan and Junior Hoilett scored in a 4-0 shutout of Jamaica to qualify for...

Bronze for Canada at the World Figure Skating Championships

Toronto-born Vanessa James and Eric Radford of Ontario won the bronze medal at the world championships in Montpellier, France, achieving a high score of...

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10 children killed and seven injured in Pakistan after boat capsizes

Ten children were killed and seven were injured when a boat capsized on a lake in northern Pakistan Sunday, police said.

Bus crash kills 39 people in Pakistan

At least 39 people were killed when a bus careered into a ditch and caught fire in the southern Pakistan city of Bela on...

Lunar New Year holiday trips surge in China after lifting of Covid restrictions

China saw 226 million domestic trips during the Lunar New Year holiday, state media reported, a 74% surge from last year after the government...

Settlements to be ‘strengthened’ in wake of Jerusalem attacks, Israeli PM says

Israel will "take steps to strengthen settlement" in response to shooting attacks in Jerusalem Friday and Saturday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said.

Earthquake in Iran kills at least 2, injures hundreds

At least two people were killed, and more than 300 injured when a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck Iran on Saturday night local time.
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