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Trucker blew stop sign

MELFORT, Sask.—Court has heard that a semi-truck driver barrelled through an over-sized stop sign with a flashing red light before the deadly Humboldt Broncos' bus crash.

An agreed statement of facts says Jaskirat Singh Sidhu was going between 86 and 96 km/h when he drove into a rural Saskatchewan intersection north of Tisdale last April.

November crude-by-rail exports set new record despite slower growth pace

CALGARY — The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada grew at a slower pace in November, but still reached a new record high.

Canada exported more than 330,000 barrels per day of oil, up about one per cent from October’s total of 327,000 bpd, and more than double the 148,000 bpd moved in November 2017.

Kadri's hat trick fuels Leafs over Caps

TORONTO—The jubilant cheers coming from the Maple Leafs' locker-room very easily could have been swapped out for a collective sigh of relief.

Nazem Kadri recorded his fifth-career hat trick as part of a four-point night, and Auston Matthews snapped the second-longest goal drought of his career, as Toronto doubled the free-falling Washington Capitals 6-3 last night.