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Drake concert in Vancouver postponed at last minute due to technical issues

Drake concert in Vancouver postponed at last minute due to technical issues

VANCOUVER — Disappointed Drake fans, some who had reportedly been camped out overnight, lingered outside Vancouver's Rogers Arena after the rapper's concert Monday evening was postponed at the last minute.

One man taken to hospital after being injured on CNE ride in Toronto

TORONTO — A man has been taken to hospital after being injured on a ride at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto. Police say they were called to the CNE grounds at Nunavut Road and Princes' Boulevard shortly before 9:30 p.m. Monday.
Raonic, Auger-Aliassime bounced in U.S. Open openers

Raonic, Auger-Aliassime bounced in U.S. Open openers

NEW YORK — Milos Raonic had some flashes of brilliance at the U.S. Open on Monday, but not enough of them to upset seventh-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece. The 32-year-old Raonic, from Thornhill, Ont.
Jansen homers as Toronto Blue Jays top Washington Nationals 6-3

Jansen homers as Toronto Blue Jays top Washington Nationals 6-3

TORONTO — The feeling after an ominous first inning quickly evaporated for the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night thanks to some solid offensive play and run support for starter Kevin Gausman. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
Source: Canadian quarterback Nathan Rourke waived by Jacksonville Jaguars

Source: Canadian quarterback Nathan Rourke waived by Jacksonville Jaguars

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Canadian Nathan Rourke's NFL future is in limbo. The Jacksonville Jaguars waived Rourke on Monday, according to a source who spoke on the condition of anonymity as the Jags haven't yet made the move public.
Details of new women's professional hockey league to be announced

Details of new women's professional hockey league to be announced

Team locations and the player intake process for the new women's professional hockey league are about to be revealed.
Infrastructure woes face B.C.'s Shuswap and Okanagan communities, hard hit by fires

Infrastructure woes face B.C.'s Shuswap and Okanagan communities, hard hit by fires

Officials in British Columbia's Shuswap and Okanagan regions are shifting some of their attention from wildfire response to the challenges of recovery as flames abate and many evacuees begin returning home, although crews continue to fight out-of-con
Elections NWT says legislature has delayed October election over wildfires

Elections NWT says legislature has delayed October election over wildfires

INUVIK, N.W.T.
Quebec kids killed: Domestic homicide often follows many warning signs, experts say

Quebec kids killed: Domestic homicide often follows many warning signs, experts say

MONTREAL — The death of a Quebec man and his two children is a reminder for Canadians to be aware of the warning signs that someone may harm members of their own family, domestic violence researchers say.
Manitoba premier blames politics, union for Crown corporation strike

Manitoba premier blames politics, union for Crown corporation strike

WINNIPEG — Workers at Manitoba's auto insurance Crown corporation went on strike Monday, as Premier Heather Stefanson criticized union leaders for rejecting a wage offer.