A group of Canadian researchers say they have, for the first time, successfully raised wasps that will be used this summer as a weapon against an insect that is ravaging forests.
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WASHINGTON—It's now been revealed that the FBI had two political bombshells ready to drop during the last U.S. election.
One, it unloaded on Democrats two weeks before election day.
The other it held onto—until two months into Donald Trump's presidency.
It dropped yesterday.
TORONTO—Nazem Kadri called last night's game a “must-win” for the Maple Leafs if they were to have any hope of chasing down the Boston Bruins for third spot in the Atlantic division.
It took until the 58th minute before the Leafs pulled in front, with Tyler Bozak netting the go-ahead goal in Toronto's huge 4-2 victory over Boston at the Air Canada Centre.
BEIJING—Canada is on the verge of clinching a playoff spot at the world women's curling championship after a pair of victories today.
Ottawa's Rachel Homan defeated South Korea's EunJung Kim 9-8 before dumping Scotland's Eve Muirhead 8-2 in evening play at the Capital Gymnasium.
WINNIPEG—Manitoba's Progressive Conservative government faced protesting students and the threat of a labour lawsuit yesterday as it moved to freeze public-sector wages and raise post-secondary tuition fees.
OTTAWA—All judges and RCMP officers should have to go through mandatory training on gender-based violence and sexual assault, says a new report from the House of Commons' committee on the status of women.
ST.CATHARINES, Ont.—A 43-year-old man is wanted for first-degree murder in connection with the death of his stepson, who family friends described as a “loving little boy.”
CALGARY—New Alberta Progressive Conservative leader Jason Kenney says the wheels are in motion on his unite-the-right plan, with the goal of a new party and an elected leader in place a year from now.
CALGARY—A man sentenced to life in prison for killing a Calgary couple and their grandson has filed an appeal.
Douglas Garland was convicted last month of the first-degree murders of Alvin and Kathy Liknes and five-year-old Nathan O'Brien in 2014.
Garland filed notice of appeal Friday of his convictions and life sentence, which includes no chance of parole for 75 years.
TORONTO—Two games after their post-rout meeting, the rallying cry to play harder continues to resonate with the Toronto Raptors.
DeMar DeRozan scored 22 points to lift the Raptors to their second-straight win—a 116-91 victory over the Indiana Pacers yesterday.