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Argos rally to beat Bombers

TORONTO—In Ricky Ray's math, two trumps 60,098.

Ray threw for 423 yards and a TD to become just the fourth player in CFL history to surpass 60,000 career passing yards.

But the 15-year veteran was happier celebrating the Toronto Argonauts' wild 29-28 home victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday night.

“The win feels so much better than the 60,000,” Ray said.

Strike stressing international students

Tens of thousands of international students affected by a faculty strike at Ontario colleges are being reassured by immigration officials that they won't be penalized for a delay that is beyond their control.

But some international students say the work stoppage, which began last Monday, has them worrying about finances, as well as their education and immigration status.

Judge backs gun registry

MONTREAL—Quebec's long-gun registry doesn't infringe on federal jurisdiction, says a judge who has rejected a motion seeking to see it shelved.

The National Firearms Association, in conjunction with a Quebec-based pro-gun lobby group, had argued in court the province was wading into federal territory when it passed its own long-gun registry law in June, 2016.

MPPs united against Quebec's religious law

TORONTO—Ontario politicians yesterday took the unusual step of using time in the legislature to unanimously condemn a law passed by Quebec that bans anyone from giving or receiving public services with their face covered.

Premier Kathleen Wynne said Ontario and Quebec have a very close working relationship, but on this issue they fundamentally disagree.