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  • WARRIORS SWEEP BLAZERS IN FIRST ROUND
    PORTLAND, Ore. — Stephen Curry had 37 points before sitting out the final quarter and the Golden State Warriors welcomed back teammate Kevin Durant with a 128-103 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night to sweep their firstround playoff series....

  • NEW DETAILS ON DAO DRAGGING EMERGE IN CITY FILES ON UNITED FLIGHT
    Chicago Department of Aviation police officers described Dr. David Dao as combative when they approached him aboard United Express Flight 3411 — and the city’s aviation commissioner was incredulous that the officers were aboard the flight to begin with, newly released city records show....

  • NEW DETAILS ON DAO DRAGGING EMERGE IN CITY FILES ON UNITED FLIGHT
    Chicago Department of Aviation police officers described Dr. David Dao as combative when they approached him aboard United Express Flight 3411 — and the city’s aviation commissioner was incredulous that the officers were aboard the flight to begin with, newly released city records show....

  • Why doesn’t polygamy case include exploitation?
    It doesn’t matter that both Winston Blackmore and James Oler had child brides because that’s not what they’re on trial for.
    What matters for a conviction in this trial where each man is charged with a single count of polygamy is that the prosecutor proves that they married multiple times in religious ceremonies....

  • NDP jumps out to double-digit lead
    The NDP has jumped in front of the Liberals with a double-digit lead, according to a new poll, the first sizable gap between the two parties in the two-week-old election campaign.
    “It’s been a good week for the NDP, with major gains in the Lower Mainland,” said Quito Maggi, president of Mainstreet Research...

  • Province backtracks on library cuts
    Protests and weeks of public outcry — mixed in with some polling numbers — are prompting the Saskatchewan Party government to take a multimillion dollar step back and restore funding to libraries in the province.
    Libraries received 58 per cent less funding when the 2017-18 budget was released on March 22....

  • Notley playing her only Trump card
    While U.S. President Donald Trump continues to say whatever he likes about anybody, a mere Alberta premier has to be polite. Or try to.
    Rachel Notley got in a barb Monday when she was asked about Trump’s latest trade villain: Canadian energy.
    “At this point,...

  • Trump eases wall demands
    The White House sought Monday to calm a jittery Washington ahead of a showdown with Congress over spending, and President Trump softened his demand that a deal to keep the federal government open include money to begin construction on his longpromised border wall....

  • Mattis visits a shaken Afghanistan
    kabul — A devastating Taliban attack on an Afghan army base last week has shaken up the government here, forcing the resignations of the country’s defense minister and army chief on Monday as Defense Secretary Jim Mattis arrived in a surprise visit to survey the deteriorating situation....

  • Trump seeks big cut in corporate taxes
    President Trump is pursuing a drastic cut in the corporate tax rate, a move that is likely to grow the national debt and breach a long-held Republican goal of curbing federal borrowing.
    The president has instructed advisers to propose cutting the corporate...

  • Couple faces murder charges in child’s death
    A father and his girlfriend were charged with second-degree murder after the man’s son — his body covered in bruises — was found dead outside a north Edmonton church, police said Monday.
    Homicide unit Staff Sgt. Duane Hunter told reporters Monday the little boy “suffered a lot of trauma” living in an environment “full of violence.”...

  • U.S. renews softwood battle with 20% duties on Canadian exports
    The United States will impose duties of nearly 20 per cent against Canadian softwood lumber exports as trade tensions mount between the two countries.
    Five Canadian exporters each face a company-specific countervailing duty rate ranging from 3.02 per cent to 24.12 per cent as the United States retaliates for what it calls softwood subsidies in Canada...

  • Bruce Arthur
    Powell was fearless and effective, GAME 5 RAPTORS 118 BUCKS 93 Toronto leads series, 3-2
    The seven-foot Brazilian with the sea anemone hair and the non-stop smile listened intently, his face sober and serious. Lucas (Bebe) Nogueira would joke later that he asked Raptors teammate Norman Powell to adopt him when he gets his next contract, because Bebe always jokes...

  • Province offers up no-strings $17,000 annual basic income
    Ontario’s long-awaited basic income pilot project will include 4,000 low-income people in the Hamilton area, Thunder Bay and Lindsay, who will each receive up to $17,000 annually with no strings attached, starting as early as this summer.
    Premier Kathleen Wynne...

  • MUTUAL ADMIRATION
    MONTREAL— It is a sign of the times that a Canadian prime minister and an American president are cheering for different candidates in the upcoming second round of France’s presidential election — and that their contrary preferences are so transparent.
    Donald Trump has all but given Marine Le Pen a formal endorsement...

  • Sharapova returns to competitive action
    Even with eight of the world’s top 10 players in the main draw, an unranked rival is grabbing all the headlines at an indoor clay-court event this week.
    Handed a much-debated wild card, Maria Sharapova will return to competitive tennis at the Porsche Grand Prix Wednesday, less than 24 hours after the end of her 15-month suspension for a doping offence....

  • N. Korea nuke test looms
    Washington — As the world braces for a possible North Korean nuclear test, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday urged restraint in a call to President Donald Trump. America’s U.N. envoy warned of a strike if Pyongyang attacks a U.S. military base or tests an intercontinental ballistic missile....

  • Plastic-eating caterpillars to the rescue
    LONDON • The global plastic bag crisis could be solved by a waxworm capable of eating through the material at “uniquely high speeds,” scientists have announced.
    Researchers have described the tiny caterpillar’s ability to break down even the toughest plastics as “extremely exciting” and said the discovery could offer an environmentally friendly solution on an industrial scale....

  • CONSIDER RACE IN SENTENCES: LAWYERS
    Canadian judges are being urged to take systemic racism into account before sentencing black criminals, similar to the special consideration that is often given to aboriginals who break the law.
    Defence lawyers behind the push say asking judges to consider...

  • ROUND TWO
    The 2017 NHL playoffs: just as we all expected. Or not. In yet another repudiation of the tendency of the sports media to line up piles of experts who pick every series, favourites like the Boston Bruins, Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens and ( especially) the Chicago Blackhawks are now home and shaving beards that hadn’t even become shaggy yet....

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