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OHL roundup: Kieron Walton scores hat trick as Wolves defeat Spirit 6-3

SUDBURY, Ont. — Kieron Walton scored a hat trick as the Sudbury Wolves defeated the Saginaw Spirit 6-3 in Ontario Hockey League action on Friday night.

QMJHL roundup: Houde scores twice as Eagles defeat Mooseheads 5-3

SYDNEY, N.S. — Olivier Houde scored twice as the Cape Breton Eagles defeated the Halifax Mooseheads 5-3 on Friday night in the Quebec Maritimes Junior Hockey League.
One person hurt, six youths arrested after stabbing at Square One mall in Mississauga

One person hurt, six youths arrested after stabbing at Square One mall in Mississauga

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — One person has been sent to hospital after a stabbing at a mall west of Toronto. Const. Tyler Bell-Morena of Peel Regional Police says six people under the age of 18 were arrested after an altercation at Square One in Mississauga.
B.C. Prosecution Service updates hate crime definitions, includes 'hate propaganda'

B.C. Prosecution Service updates hate crime definitions, includes 'hate propaganda'

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Prosecution Service has revised its hate crimes policy, expanding definitions and guidance related to hate-motivated offences.
House committee tells Loblaw and Walmart to sign grocery code or risk legislation

House committee tells Loblaw and Walmart to sign grocery code or risk legislation

TORONTO — The House of Commons committee studying food prices is urging Loblaw and Walmart to sign on to the voluntary grocery code of conduct or risk having it legislated.
Speedskating phenom Stolz edges Canada's Dubreuil for 500-metre world title

Speedskating phenom Stolz edges Canada's Dubreuil for 500-metre world title

CALGARY — American speedskating star Jordan Stolz opened defence of his world championship triple crown with Friday's victory in the 500 metres, while Canadian sprinter Laurent Dubreuil took the silver medal for a second straight year.
CN, CPKC file requests for conciliation amid ongoing negotiations with union

CN, CPKC file requests for conciliation amid ongoing negotiations with union

CN and Canadian Pacific Kansas City both say they have filed requests for conciliation in ongoing collective agreement negotiations with the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference.
Nova Scotia town fined $100K by Environment Canada for spilling raw sewage into brook

Nova Scotia town fined $100K by Environment Canada for spilling raw sewage into brook

PICTOU, N.S. — A town in central Nova Scotia has been fined $100,000 by the federal Environment Department for spilling raw sewage into a brook.
Ottawa youth accused in alleged terror plot faces new charges, second person arrested

Ottawa youth accused in alleged terror plot faces new charges, second person arrested

OTTAWA — An Ottawa youth facing several charges for an alleged plot against the Jewish community is now accused of conspiracy to commit murder through involvement with a terrorist group.
Injured Raonic withdraws from Rotterdam quarterfinal against Sinner

Injured Raonic withdraws from Rotterdam quarterfinal against Sinner

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands — Canada's Milos Raonic withdrew from his quarterfinal against top seed Jannik Sinner with an injury Friday at the ABN Amro Open tennis tournament.