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November 17, 2018 8:27 PM Millar at epicentre of Canadian soccer youthquake

The 19-year-old Canadian — born in Toronto, raised in Brampton — is a third-generation pro. Grandfather Malcolm plied his trade at Sunderland AFC on the northeastern coast of England. Dad Alan played for Charlton Athletic, southeast of London. Today, Millar is continuing that tradition with the under-23 side at Liverpool in northwestern England. When the rising 6

November 17, 2018 3:00 PM Vancouver lawyer who prosecuted Khmer Rouge leaders welcomes genocide verdict

Lysak’s involvement in the tribunal was almost an accident. After practising commercial law in San Francisco for several years, he did some travelling and ended up in Cambodia in 2008 — just as the tribunal was getting underway. The tribunal’s lead international prosecutor at the time was Justice Canada lawyer Robert Petit and when Lysak asked the fellow 7

November 16, 2018 9:11 PM Lightning’s Brayden Point racks up near-record hat trick in 91 seconds

“We needed to get at least one,” Steven Stamkos said. “It’s a huge momentum swing.” All three goals came on the power play, as the Lightning were four of six on the night. The Penguins took two simultaneous penalties and then another 20 seconds later to set up Point’s three goals, two of which came on five-on-threes. “Sometimes on a five-on-three, you get too cute passing 6

November 16, 2018 6:31 PM Saskatchewan out to upset Western, earn spot in Vanier Cup

UBC was the No. 1 pick in Canada West at the start of the campaign by sweeping the five first-place votes. Coaches excluded their own team from the poll. The Calgary Dinos emerged as the top team in the regular season, earning the top seed after an 8-0 campaign. UBC and Saskatchewan were next at 5-3. The Huskies have managed to peak at the right time, edging 6

November 16, 2018 4:38 PM Relief is about to roll down the tracks in Canada’s oil crisis

Relief for Canada’s oilpatch is gradually rolling down the tracks, with producers aiming for big volumes of crude by rail to counter their worst glut ever. A tally of plans from five producers including Cenovus Energy Inc., Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. and Imperial Oil Ltd. shows they’re looking to add about 270,000 barrels a day of exports on tank cars to potentially 5

November 16, 2018 1:01 PM Scheer backs Brexit despite chaos, says it’s giving Britain back control of itself

OTTAWA—Canadian Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says his support for Britain’s departure from the European Union is undiminished, despite the chaos Brexit has sown in British politics. The United Kingdom was plunged into uncertainty Thursday as Prime Minister Theresa May’s new Brexit deal with Europe met a rash of criticism. Two cabinet ministers resigned 7

November 16, 2018 12:10 AM Boston’s Mookie Betts, Milwaukee’s Christian Yelich cop MLB MVP honours

Both batting champions won MVP awards for the first time since San Francisco’s Buster Posey and Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera in 2012. Yelich got 29 first-place votes and 415 points, and the other first-place vote went to New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom, the NL Cy Young Award winner, who finished fifth. Chicago Cubs infielder Javier Baez was second with 250 points 5

November 15, 2018 11:29 PM Insurance Bureau of Canada says updated rules needed for driverless vehicles

Canada needs to modernize its auto insurance rules to accommodate driverless vehicles and should adopt a single insurance policy model similar to one that became law in the U.K. last summer, the Insurance Bureau of Canada said in a position paper Thursday. “Automated vehicles are coming to Canada’s roads, and the laws that govern insurance and vehicle 6

November 15, 2018 7:54 PM Warriors’ Green not apologizing, he and Durant moving on

Speaking Thursday for the first time since the incident, Green went on to say “there’s no secret that I am an emotional player. I wear my emotions on my sleeve. I play with that same emotion. Sometimes they get the best of me. And (if) it doesn’t work to my favour I’m going to live with that.” He added that the passionate way he plays the game has led him to much success 7

November 15, 2018 6:00 PM The Woman Who Loves Giraffes is an all-too-human story, too

But while Goodall has earned her well-deserved place in science and popular culture, Innis Dagg has largely been forgotten. This documentary explains why and it’s a fascinating tale, albeit with a depressing Canadian twist. Stunt coordinator turned director Alison Reid deserves high praise for fine storytelling, combining ecology and social-justice issues 5