Semien helps Blue Jays move past Yanks to playoff position

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TORONTO (AP) — Marcus Semien became the fifth second baseman to hit 40 home runs in a season, and the Toronto Blue Jays moved...

‘Belfast’ wins People’s Choice prize at Toronto International Film Festival

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TORONTO — "Belfast" from writer-director Kenneth Branagh has won the People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival. The Northern Ireland-set family drama was...

Police investigate reports of spiked drinks at Guelph University

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GUELPH, Ont. — Police are investigating reports that several students at the University of Guelph may have had their drinks spiked with an unknown...

SIU clears Toronto officer who fatally shot man in crisis during wellness check

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Ontario's police watchdog has cleared a Toronto officer who fatally shot a man in crisis during a wellness check, saying the officer feared for...

TIFF co-heads say despite COVID case, it was ‘an incredible festival that was safe’

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TORONTO — From seeing stars moved to tears in connecting with audiences, to the transparent handling of a COVID-19 case, the Toronto International Film...

Josh Donaldson homers, Twins down Blue Jays 7-3 in series opener

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TORONTO — Hyun Jin Ryu knows September is never a good time to slump. With the Blue Jays in the thick of the American League...

Third-string QB David Watford, Tiger-Cats down Stampeders 23-17

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HAMILTON — David Watford's first start in the CFL resulted in a win, even though none of his drives resulted in a touchdown. Taylor Bertolet...

Police looking for second man wanted in death of Western University student

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LONDON, Ont. — Police say they're looking for a second man wanted in connection with the death of a Western University student. London, Ont., police...

Hamilton police looking for three suspects in violent kidnapping that left one dead

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Hamilton police say they're looking for three suspects following a violent kidnapping that left one man dead and two in hospital. Det.-Sgt. Steve Bereziuk said...

Western University students set to walk out of class to protest ‘culture of misogyny’

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LONDON, Ont. — Students at Western University are set to walk out of class today to protest what they call a "culture of misogyny"...