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July 6, 2018 6:54 PM Argos' James Franklin looks to lead Toronto out of early funk after Ricky Ray injury

The future starts now for the winless Toronto Argonauts, with James Franklin at the helm instead of talismanic veteran Ricky Ray. And as luck would have it, Franklin will make his first start as an Argo this weekend against his former team, the Edmonton Eskimos. Just to add some extra spice, Saturday’s contest at BMO Field is the first half of a home-and-away 28

June 16, 2018 2:07 AM Blue Jays edge Nationals for fifth straight home win

Perhaps it was Adam Eaton’s lack of familiarity with Rogers Centre sightlines. Perhaps it was the fact that he was making just his fifth appearance in right field since 2016. But in the late evening twilight on Friday, the Nationals outfielder lost sight of a high fly ball by Blue Jay Teoscar Hernandez to the warning track that bounced over the fence 13

May 22, 2018 8:41 PM What does ‘Yes’ in sexual consent look like? Fewer Canadians know than before

So “yes” in words, in action and with the ability to change that response over time. Much of this has been discussed in the past few months, following revelations of sexual assault by celebrities. So why has understanding of consent gone down not up? Senior says #MeToo didn’t spark the issue of sexual assault, it was a reflection of what was already 20

March 30, 2018 3:25 PM Frontline firefighters did nothing wrong during Manchester Arena attack, mayor says

“No front line firefighter in Greater Manchester has to apologize for anything. You and colleagues did nothing wrong on that night,” Mayor Andy Burnham said. Mark Rowe, a leader of the Fire Brigades Union, said members felt “ashamed” they could not do more to save lives. Burnham used an open letter Friday to try to quash these feelings of regret. He said it had been “hard” to read of the pain firefighters 19

March 24, 2018 9:18 PM NBA makes progress on mental health, but is it ready for Royce White?

First-round draft pick who helped force the NBA to address mental illness hopes league will make room for his return after two seasons in Canada. The same year White and the Rockets clashed over a management plan for his anxiety, long-time NBA guard Keyon Dooling confronted his own mental health crisis after a stranger groped him in a public bathroom 45

March 24, 2018 7:49 PM From Bozo to Krusty to Pennywise. When exactly did clowns become scary?

The recent death of longtime Bozo performer Frank Avruch this week triggered both feelings — warm memories from some and a shiver of fear from others who associate clowns more with the film It. David Carlyon, author, playwright and a former clown with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in the 1970s, argues that the fear of clowns — known officially 41

March 5, 2018 11:23 AM South Korean high-level team arrives in Pyongyang

Visit aimed at extending thaw in relations after the North took part in Winter Olympics Envoys for South Korean President Moon Jae-in planned to meet Monday with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the start of a rare two-day visit to Pyongyang that's expected to focus on how to ease a standoff over North Korea's nuclear ambitions and restart talks between 44

February 15, 2018 11:37 PM U.S. Senate rejects bipartisan immigration plan — and Trump’s more restrictive one too

The chamber derailed a plan by bipartisan senators that would have helped 1.8 million young immigrant “Dreamers” achieve citizenship over fears of a White House veto. WASHINGTON—The Senate rejected both a bipartisan immigration plan and a more restrictive proposal by U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday, suggesting the latest election-year debate 32

February 5, 2018 3:40 AM Community gathers ‘for healing’ as it honours memory of Gay Village murder victims

“This isn’t a gay tragedy, this isn’t a race tragedy, this isn’t a gender tragedy. This is a human tragedy. This is a tragedy for our city and for our country and for our world,” said Rev. Jeff Rock. In the wake of last week’s terrifying police revelation that a serial killer is behind the disappearance and murder of at least five men in Toronto’s Gay Village 34

December 22, 2017 11:30 AM These latest books are perfect for the holidays

A few Christmas treats worth opening up and savouring We all have our feelings about Christmas, but what we actually know about the event is a hodgepodge of legend and cultural appropriation, gaily wrapped in nostalgia. In her biography, British social historian Judith Flanders takes us from the celebration’s earliest iteration, the pre-Christian Roman 40