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'Hitman' attends screening of wrestling doc

CALGARY—A documentary exploring the golden era of professional wrestling had one of its final private screenings yesterday evening prior to becoming more readily accessible to Canadian fans next month.

“350 Days” is a project by Vancouver-based actor Fulvio Cecere, who is the director and co-producer along with Darren Antola, who began the project six years ago.

Wife of Broncos' coach has forgiveness for driver

MELFORT, Sask.—The wife of the Humboldt Broncos' head coach says she forgives the truck driver who caused a crash that killed her husband and 15 others.

Darcy Haugan's wife, Christina, told court that while she's angry the crash claimed the life of the father of her two young children, she doesn't have ill will toward Jaskirat Singh Sidhu.

New way to predict lightning strikes: study

CALGARY—Apparently lightning can strike the same place twice after all.

A study by researchers at the University of Calgary's Schulich School of Engineering suggests it's possible to predict where lightning will strike and how often.

They say satellite data and artificial intelligence can help foresee where lightning poses a greater risk to spark wildfires.