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September 5, 2018 1:31 AM Democrats love Canada. Republicans, not so much, U.S. poll finds

WASHINGTON—Americans of all political stripes still like Canada. But Democrats are currently much fonder than Republicans, a new poll has found. In a Pew Research survey in August, 63 per cent of Democrats said their feelings toward Canada were “very warm.” Just 39 per cent of Republicans said the same. Eleven per cent of Democrats said they were somewhat 17

September 2, 2018 9:14 PM Saudi man helps medical students in Canada seek asylum

He said the students don’t want to return to the kingdom because they are worried that they’ll be questioned by Saudi authorities on why they didn’t come back by the Aug 31. deadline. Abdulaziz said some of the students also fear going back to the kingdom because they are uncertain if they’ll ever be allowed to return to Canada. He said other students 14

August 30, 2018 12:00 AM U.S. Open clarifies changing shirt rule after Alize Cornet penalty

NEW YORK—The U.S. Open on Wednesday clarified its rules about players changing their shirts during a match a day after a women’s player was penalized for doing so. The tournament said it regretted the code violation issued to Alize Cornet of France, a ruling that was criticized by players and fans who thought it was unfair to women because male players 10

August 22, 2018 2:39 AM Drake visits patient, 11, who invited him to her birthday

CHICAGO—A suburban Chicago girl awaiting a heart transplant has danced her way into a meeting with Drake. The Canadian rapper visited 11-year-old Sofia Sanchez on Monday at the Lurie Children’s Hospital during his tour’s stop in Chicago. He shared photos on Instagram, saying they had talked about Justin Bieber and basketball. Drake visited Sanchez after 16

August 20, 2018 2:38 PM Muslim pilgrims gather at Mount Arafat for hajj’s pinnacle

MOUNT ARAFAT, SAUDI ARABIA—Some 2 million Muslim pilgrims gathered on Monday in the valley of Mount Arafat in Saudi Arabia for a day of prayer that marks the pinnacle of the annual hajj. Pilgrims stood shoulder to shoulder for an emotional day of repentance and supplication at the site Muslims believe the Prophet Muhammad delivered his final sermon 13

August 3, 2018 1:18 PM Can you name all the celebrities in Drake’s new ‘In My Feelings’ video?

The craze, eponymous with the comedian Shiggy who invented it, has started wave of celebrities sharing their own #InMyFeelings challenge dance over social media. In the video, clips of Will Smith, Odell Beckham Jr., Queer Eye’s ‘Fab 5,’ the cast of Stranger Things, and many more are featured. Drake also revisits his acting days in the video, which begins 17

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 32

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 115

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 29

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 24