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The future of the Winter Olympics? More big... Ski jumping requires massively expensive infrastructure that makes sense in very few places.Why does the IOC continue on like this? Inertia and influence. Though technically snowboarding, Big Air is is a sort of ski jumping that makes sense for our waiting-on-the-polar-icecaps-to-melt times.


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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir break world record... The three-time world champions and partners for two decades scored 83.67 points in Monday’s short dance to “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Hotel California,” and “Oye Como Va,” to sit first heading into the free dance


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LeBron James’s MVP performance guides team to... LeBron James scored 10 of his game-high 29 points in the fourth quarter as Team LeBron rallied to defeat Team Stephen 148-145 in the NBA all-star game on Sunday night at Staples Center in Los Angeles


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Kyle Connor scores twice, Jets beat Panthers... Connor Hellebuyck made 25 saves for Winnipeg, who moved into first place in the NHL Central Division with 79 points


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Matthews scores last-minute goal as Maple Leafs... Matthews took William Nylander’s pass and snapped a high shot from a sharp angle with 30.2 seconds left


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Hawaiian-born Kripps chases gold for Canada in... Two-man bobsleigh driver now holds second place, with final heats coming on Monday


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Take these broken wings: Where Toronto’s wild... After a harsh cold snap, the city’s wildlife centre has cared for hundreds of sick and injured animals in recent months. Jesse Winter sees how the creatures and caregivers are coping


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Globe investigation into money laundering in... David Eby said possible changes include requiring private lenders to provide proof of how the money they are loaning was obtained and who they are before registering a mortgage


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Canada beats Japan in women’s Olympic curling... The Canadians have won three straight after beginning the tournament with three losses


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Jagmeet Singh says taxes are an investment in... NDP Leader pushing party to the left, says taxes are investments in a ‘fairer society’


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Ontario school data shed light on effects of... The report card is based on an overall score for each high school in Ontario that considers provincial test results in math and literacy assessments


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Vancouver’s youngest councillor to enter... Hector Bremner, 37, who was elected last October, said he is running to bring new ideas to his party and the city – especially with respect to its housing crisis.


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Mueller indictments signal broader probe, not... The U.S. president struck out again via Twitter against the FBI and Obama in a bid to deflect attention from the investigations into his activities and the ties of his closest associates.


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Serbs boycott as Kosovo celebrates 10 years... One of the poorest regions in Europe, the disputed territory has taken a first step to joining the EU in a bid to bolster the economic well-being of its citizens


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Youth pay the price for British Columbia’s... The housing affordability crisis in B.C. is a massive drain on its economy, with no end in sight.


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Asian shares extend global recovery, volatility... MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.5 per cent, having recovered more than 40 per cent of their losses from late last month to last week’s low


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Morneau to sell budget in Shanghai, as well as... The Liberal government has made halting efforts to launch free-trade talks with Beijing, but this trip is part of a broader strategy to try to deepen economic ties in ways that don’t rely on a formal trade deal.


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Austin Dillon takes No. 3 back to victory lane... Dillon won the Daytona 500 driving the iconic No. 3 Chevrolet that Dale Earnhardt piloted for most of his career


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Review: Come From Away is a story of coming... Come From Away has earned its reputation and now may just change the Toronto theatre scene


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Majority believes Canada will emerge from NAFTA... The new Nanos survey found 15 per cent of Canadians are confident and 42 per cent are somewhat confident that Ottawa will be able to protect our national interests despite Trump’s threats.


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Bubba Watson ends two-year victory drought with... Watson joined Ben Hogan and Lloyd Mangrum as three-time winners at Riviera


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At the Olympics, losing is painful, horrific... In Pyeongchang, 2,493 athletes are competing for 222 gold medals. The near certainty that loss will plague even top-ranked competitors has produced an entire subset of elite sports psychology devoted to losing.


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Welcome to hockey in the era of Trump; Russians... The American team was battered, manhandled, shut out and generally embarrassed in 4-0 defeat by a group of Russians who obviously were taking the match personally.


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To get the flu shot or not Whether the flu vaccine is effective is a difficult question to answer, but it is still better to be safe than sorry


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Petition wants GoFundMe to remove fundraiser... The online petition launched by the group SumOfUs says the crowdfunding website is profiting from the death of Colten Boushie


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Mixed emotions greet Vancouver temporary... The experiment is a result of the NDP government’s commitment to building 2,000 modular units in B.C. to cope with the homelessness crisis


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Former Oxfam director admitted using... It is the first time Oxfam has directly addressed accusations against Roland Van Hauwermeiren, who has denied paying for sex with prostitutes or abusing minors


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Loblaw price-fixing offensive seen as winning... Company’s strategy seen as textbook crisis management, but expert says it’s difficult to tell whether internal changes since disclosure are sufficient


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Toronto’s chimney watcher and her swifts Amid a recent condo fight, one voice arose to speak on behalf of a silent, and unusually avian, stakeholder


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