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November 27, 2018 5:03 PM Mexico’s new leader faces clash with Trump over migrants

Unpredictable. Temperamental. Beloved by his base and loathed by his detractors. López Obrador, known by his initials AMLO, has been compared more than once to Trump. And as is often the case with the U.S. president, even his closest aides say they are not sure which López Obrador will emerge: the avuncular leader who preaches love and morality, the leftist 17

November 26, 2018 2:16 PM How about a World Cup of Canadian Football?

The Grey Cup was great (when isn’t it). Appointment watching, really. Happy for Bo Levi Mitchell and the Calgary Stampeders. And how about those Ottawa Redblacks. The Ottawa Senators are the only team in the NHL who can say the CFL team in their city is cutting their grass. Good for the Lumberjacks. I know this is a hockey blog, but in honour of the Grey Cup – and they did look like they were skating 14

November 25, 2018 6:16 PM Ralph Breaks the Internet leads best Thanksgiving in theatres

Walt Disney Co.’s Ralph Breaks the Internet beat a wave of new releases over the extended Thanksgiving weekend, as the fresh slate of new films drew more Americans to theatres than last year. The industry’s five-day total in the U.S. and Canada reached a record $314 million (U.S.), Comscore Inc. estimated in an email Sunday. The animated sequel, the second 13

November 22, 2018 3:38 PM For foreign-born NHL players, Thanksgiving can be a little awkward

WASHINGTON—Washington Capitals forward Andre Burakovsky sat in his dressing room stall and turned to his left, giving a sheepish grin to forward Tom Wilson. It was Wednesday morning at the Capitals’ practice facility, and the Swede had been talking about his still-to-be-decided Thanksgiving Day plans when he thought it was best to casually drop a hint in Wilson’s 21

November 11, 2018 5:37 AM Canada fails to avenge Olympic defeat with loss to U.S. at Four Nations Cup

SASKATOON—The U.S. women’s hockey team claimed its fourth straight Four Nations Cup title Saturday with a 5-2 win over host Canada. Holders of the world and Olympic titles, the American women reinforced their status as the No. 1 women’s team in the world by beating their archrivals on home ice at the SaskTel Centre. The last time Canada beat the U.S. in a tournament 22

November 8, 2018 3:43 AM Canadian women edged by Americans in Olympic final rematch

Canada (1-1) closes out the preliminary round against Finland on Friday, while the U.S. (2-0) takes on Sweden. Finland improved to 1-1 with a 3-2 win over Sweden (0-2). The two countries with the best records after the preliminary round play for gold on Saturday night. The U.S. had a power play late in the third period with Canadian defender Halli Kryzyzaniak 21

November 6, 2018 10:31 PM Justin Trudeau treads carefully on U.S. election day

While Americans were rendering their verdict on Donald Trump’s politics on Tuesday, Justin Trudeau was on CNN, talking about the “elephant and moose” relationship between Canada and the United States. Canada is still “massively outweighed” in that metaphor, Trudeau told CNN interviewer Poppy Harlow, but “will stand securely in our own strength and our own approach 22

November 4, 2018 3:02 PM In ‘SNL’s’ cold open, Fox News hosts offer some thoughts on the migrant caravan

After two weeks off the air, “Saturday Night Live” wasted no time diving back into politics. The show’s cold open focused on many of the claims being made about the caravan of Central Americans — what The Washington Post’s Michael E. Miller called “a sea of weary men, women and children, borne forward in waves by nothing more than their blistered, bleeding 26

October 31, 2018 6:24 PM Alberta premier tells B.C. steelworkers jobs at risk without Trans Mountain

“It should be our money that is in our economy. Not the Americans’. It should be invested in Canadian priorities, not border walls and private prisons. Notley said the Trans Mountain project would bring $400 million in construction activity to the Kamloops area alone, as well as an added $6 billion in revenue to the British Columbia government over 20 years 22

October 18, 2018 2:49 AM Canadians drop physical CONCACAF final to Americans

Canada struggled to string together any lengthy possessions early on a rainy night at Toyota Stadium. They did try to throw their weight around and disrupt Americans with their physicality, including standout battles between Allysha Chapman and Tobin Health and Janine Beckie and Kelley O’Hara down the left side. The Canadians accumulated five yellow 25