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Sam Burns pulls away in Mississippi for 2nd PGA Tour win of the year

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Sam Burns ran off four birdies in a six-hole stretch to start the back nine and pulled away for a 5-under 67 to win the Sanderson Farms Championship on Sunday for his second PGA Tour victory this year.

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Late goal lifts York United FC to draw with HFX Wanderers FC

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Julian Ulbricht’s late header goal lifted York United into a 2-2 tie with HFX Wanderers FC in the Canadian Premier League on Sunday in Toronto.

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Toronto FC rallies to down Chicago Fire FC, pick up 2nd straight win

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Yeferson Soteldo scored a goal and set up another to help Toronto FC extend its unbeaten run in all competitions to five games with a 3-1 win over Chicago Fire FC in MLS play Sunday in Toronto.

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Blue Jays do their part, routing Orioles in regular-season finale

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A pair of George Springer homers, including a grand slam and a record-breaking blast from Vladimir Guerrero Jr., pushed the Blue Jays to the brink of a berth in an American League wild-card tiebreaker game.

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Mahomes dominates in win over Eagles, Andy Reid gets 100th win as team’s coach

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Patrick Mahomes threw five touchdown passes and Kansas City defeated the host Philadelphia Eagles 42-30 on Sunday for Andy Reid’s 100th victory as Kansas City’s head coach.

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Oilers’ Josh Archibald out indefinitely with myocarditis after bout with COVID-19

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Edmonton Oilers forward Josh Archibald is sidelined indefinitely with myocarditis, a heart condition related to his summertime bout with COVID-19.

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Canada’s Henderson rallies in final round to tie for 2nd behind Boutier at ShopRite LPGA Classic

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Celine Boutier birdied two of her last three holes for an 8-under 63 and won the ShopRite LPGA Classic on Sunday. Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., birdied the 18th for a 64 and wound up one shot behind.

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‘Out of hand’ Ottawa street party following football game condemned by officials, police

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Thousands of people descended on Ottawa’s Sandy Hill area following the annual Panda Game football match on Saturday, with partygoers flipping a vehicle on Russell Avenue.  

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Canada’s Andrew Wiggins receives COVID-19 vaccine ahead of NBA season

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Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins has received his COVID-19 vaccine and will be eligible to play in all games.

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Kahleah Copper lifts Sky past Sun for commanding series lead

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Kahleah Copper scored 26 points and Allie Quigley added 21 to help the Chicago Sky edge the top-seeded Connecticut Sun 86-83 in Game 3 of a WNBA semifinals on Sunday.

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Parties weigh post-election priorities ahead of Parliament’s return

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Political actors across the country are gearing up for a new parliamentary sitting, with a cabinet set to be formed this month and the Conservatives’ first caucus meeting set for this week.

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Police investigating Panda Game partygoers who flipped, damaged car

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Thousands of people descended on the Sandy Hill area in Ottawa following the annual Panda Game football match on Saturday. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson says he is ‘disappointed and disgusted’ by the chaos that ensued.

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Winnipeg doctor pleads for care for vulnerable people like her late sister in life, as well as death

The widely shared obituary for Karen Sydow, a woman who lived with cerebral palsy, resonated with Dr. Jillian Horton. “I had a sister like Karen,” she says. “My years of being her sibling taught me a painful truth: the world is better at caring about people like Karen in death than in life.”

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NHL will request meeting with Robin Lehner over medical malpractice accusations: reports

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Las Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner has drawn the attention of the NHL according to reports, after accusing teams of medical malpractice.

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Canada’s Jeremy Poirier suffers quarter-finals defeat at wrestling world championships in Norway

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Canadian freestyle wrestler Jeremy Poirier was eliminated from competition at the senior world championships on Sunday in Oslo, Norway.

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Huge ‘Pandora Papers’ leak exposes secret offshore accounts of politicians, celebrities and billionaires

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A new trove of leaked financial records show 35 current or former world leaders, 130 billionaires, as well as royalty, athletes and celebrities who have held assets in or through tax havens.

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Two new solitudes — rural and urban — now define the Canadian political landscape

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According to Elections Canada, the metropolitan areas of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver — the country’s three biggest cities — account for 116 of Canada’s 338 ridings. And the results in those ridings help to tell the story of both the Liberal victory and a fundamental split in federal politics.

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France’s Catholic Church had an estimated 3,000 sexual abusers since 1950s, investigator says

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France’s Catholic Church has had an estimated 3,000 sexual abusers of children in its ranks over the past 70 years, the head of an independent commission investigating the sex abuse scandal said in an interview published on Sunday.

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Trudeau apologized to Tk’emlúps Nation chief: source

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized in a conversation with Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Kukpi7 (Chief) Rosanne Casimir, according to a senior government source.

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The Charter of Rights and Freedoms vs. vaccine mandates — and government inaction on COVID

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How some sections of the charter might hold up in court against vaccine mandates — and government inaction on COVID.

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‘Read that report’: How to keep being an ally from the perspective of 2 Indigenous N.W.T.’ers

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Lawrence Norbert, an outspoken residential school survivor, says non-Indigenous people can be allies by researching and understanding the impact of residential schools. ‘If people want to be our allies, please, get informed, be aware.’

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says unvaccinated NBA players shouldn’t be allowed to play

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As the NBA prepares for its third straight pandemic-affected season, player vaccinations have quickly turned into a hot-button issue. The conversation prompted basketball Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to go public with his stance that every NBA player should be vaccinated.

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A kilt, a cart and a husky: Scotsman learning lots about kindness, Canada on ‘adventure of a lifetime’

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Michael Yellowlees and his dog Luna are walking about 50km a day, crossing Canada on foot to raise awareness about climate change and money to plant trees.

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Bug expert puts quick-to-squish humans in their place with lesson about respecting little critters

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Iain Phillips’s love of insects is infectious. Saskatchewan’s senior ecologist for aquatic macroinvertebrates has important advice about seeing the beauty in the little things.

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Toxic clothing; YouTube cracks down on anti-vaccine content: CBC’s Marketplace cheat sheet

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CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.

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3 killed, flights delayed as cyclone hits Oman

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Tropical Cyclone Shaheen bore down on Oman on Sunday, killing at least three people, and authorities urged residents to evacuate coastal areas and delayed flights to and from the capital, Muscat.

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Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday

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Israel restricted its COVID-19 “green pass” on Sunday to allow only those who have received a vaccine booster dose or recently recuperated from coronavirus to enter indoor venues.

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Sisay Lemma, Joyciline Jepkosgei capture London Marathon titles

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Sisay Lemma of Ethiopia won the men’s London Marathon for the first time on Sunday and Joyciline Jepkosgei of Kenya was victorious on her debut in the women’s race.

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Spelling Bee of Canada’s 34th Annual Championship on CBC

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Watch the best and brightest of Canada’s youth as they battle to see who comes out on top for the National title.

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2021 Skate Ontario Sectional Series September Hub Event on CBC: DAY 5

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Ontario’s best figure skaters take to the ice for the 2021 Skate Ontario Sectional Series September Hub Event.

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Watch the CHL on CBC: Prince Albert Raiders vs. Regina Pats

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Watch live Canadian Hockey League action, beginning on Saturday at 3 p.m. ET with the game between the Prince Albert Raiders and the Regina Pats.

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What an end to blind bidding for real estate could look like

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Majority of respondents supported elimination of blind bidding for home sales in a recent poll commissioned by CBC News.

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Trudeau’s got a cabinet to build — and this time, it’ll be harder

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Chrystia Freeland may be staying put in finance, but that’s the only easy call facing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he puts together a cabinet out of what the election left him.

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If you think men don’t have eating disorders, read my story

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I’ve always struggled with my body, but it took nearly four decades until I was diagnosed with an eating disorder, writes Gregory Walters.

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Canadian snowbirds question why land border is still closed as they prepare to fly to U.S., ship their RVs

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If the U.S. side of the border remains closed next month, some snowbirds will be shelling out big bucks to fly to the U.S. and transport their RVs across the land border.

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Advocates shocked by Catholic list claiming $28M of ‘in-kind’ help for residential school survivors

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Questions are being raised about the Catholic Church’s claim it provided $28 million worth of “in-kind” compensation to residential school survivors.

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China sends warplanes toward Taiwan for 2nd straight day

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China flew more than 30 military planes toward Taiwan on Saturday, the second large display of force in as many days.

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Prince Albert Raiders’ offensive alternate jersey to be ‘discontinued effective immediately’

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An alternate jersey released by the Western Hockey League’s Prince Albert Raiders has been discontinued due to its offensive logo a day after being unveiled online.

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Canada’s Misha Cirkunov loses UFC split decision in move down to middleweight

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Canadian middleweight Misha Cirkunov, moving down from light-heavyweight, lost a split decision to Poland’s Krzysztof Jotko on a UFC Fight Night card Saturday. The judges scored it 29-28, 28-29, 29-28 for Jotko (23-5-0).

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World No. 2 Sabalenka tests positive for COVID-19, out of Indian Wells

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World number two Aryna Sabalenka will not play at the Indian Wells tournament after testing positive for COVID-19, the 23-year-old said. She was the top seed in the women’s draw after world number one Ash Barty pulled out from the WTA 1000 event.

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Canada edges Chile in 1st leg of Rugby World Cup qualifying series

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Canada needed a Rob Povey penalty kick in the dying seconds to defeat Chile 22-21 in the first leg of their Rugby World Cup qualifier Saturday night.

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Henry, Bane score 1st CFL touchdowns to help lift Stampeders over Roughriders

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Malik Henry and Shawn Bane scored the first touchdowns of their CFL careers for the Calgary Stampeders in a 23-17 win over the visiting Saskatchewan Roughriders on Saturday.

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Puljujarvi scores twice, Nugent-Hopkins nets winner as Oilers down Jets in pre-season

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Jesse Puljujarvi had a pair of goals as the Edmonton Oilers snapped a two-game skid in pre-season play, defeating the visiting Winnipeg Jets 4-3 on Saturday.

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CF Montreal’s Quioto scores twice in pivotal comeback win over Atlanta United

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CF Montreal secured a crucial victory in the Eastern Conference playoff race on Saturday night, beating Atlanta United 2-1 with a whirlwind second half.

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Rookie Theegala eyeing 1st PGA Tour win, holds lead entering last day in Mississippi

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In his first weekend contention on the PGA Tour, California rookie Sahith Theegala is handling the pressure and his golf just fine in the Sanderson Farms Championship. Roger Sloan of Merritt, B.C., is the best performing Canadian, tied for 8t at 3 shots back.

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1 dead, another injured in plane crash near Montreal’s Île Sainte-Hélène, police say

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One person is dead and another was sent to hospital with unknown injuries after a small plane crashed near Montreal’s Île Sainte-Hélène on Saturday evening, Montreal police say. 

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Alouettes storm back to take down Ticats in OT

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David Côté’s 36-yard field goal in overtime earned the Montreal Alouettes a come-from-behind 23-20 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday.