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A look at Canada's cricket men's team

A look at the Canadian men's cricket team: -- Canada qualified for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup by defeating host Bermuda by 39 runs in October to win the ICC Men's T20 World Cup Americas Region Final.
TransAlta reports $84M Q4 loss compared with $163M loss a year earlier

TransAlta reports $84M Q4 loss compared with $163M loss a year earlier

CALGARY — TransAlta Corp. reported a loss attributable to common shareholders of $84 million compared with a loss of $163 million a year earlier. The power utility says the loss amounted to 27 cents per diluted share for the quarter ended Dec.
Onex reports US$373M Q4 profit, down from US$435M a year earlier

Onex reports US$373M Q4 profit, down from US$435M a year earlier

TORONTO — Onex Corp. reported a fourth-quarter profit of US$373 million, down from US$435 million a year earlier. The investment firm and asset manager, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, says the profit amounted to US$4.
Kerri Einarson chases curling history in Tournament of Hearts with substitute lead

Kerri Einarson chases curling history in Tournament of Hearts with substitute lead

CALGARY — Krysten Karwacki is in a spotlight not of her own making at the Canadian women's curling championship.
Canadian competitors set for final Olympic surfing qualifier in Puerto Rico

Canadian competitors set for final Olympic surfing qualifier in Puerto Rico

Having won her Canadian citizenship battle, teenage surfer Erin Brooks now looks to book her ticket to the Paris Olympics.
In the news today: Grocery CEOs seen as villains, ultra-low-cost airline to shut down

In the news today: Grocery CEOs seen as villains, ultra-low-cost airline to shut down

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
London attack ruling first to recognize terror on grounds of white nationalism

London attack ruling first to recognize terror on grounds of white nationalism

TORONTO — The case of an Ontario man who carried out a deadly attack on a Muslim family was the first to recognize terrorism on grounds of white supremacist ideology and further emphasized that terrorism isn't limited to those who belong to specific
Why Canadians see the biggest grocers as the villains of food inflation

Why Canadians see the biggest grocers as the villains of food inflation

Galen Weston may not be the president of grocery giant Loblaw anymore, but you wouldn’t know that based on how often his name and face appear in connection with the company: in memes, on social media, and now emblazoned across the top of a new Reddit
'Freedom Convoy' organizer suing Ottawa for using Emergencies Act to freeze accounts

'Freedom Convoy' organizer suing Ottawa for using Emergencies Act to freeze accounts

SASKATOON — A main organizer of the “Freedom Convoy” is suing the federal government for using the Emergencies Act to freeze his bank accounts, arguing it breached his Charter rights to protest COVID-19 mandates.
Quebec cold case conviction highlights advances in DNA research techniques

Quebec cold case conviction highlights advances in DNA research techniques

MONTREAL — A Quebec man's first-degree murder conviction in the death of a junior college student in 2000 has highlighted advances in DNA research that are being used to solve cold cases all over Canada.