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The Toronto Blue Jays traded left-hander Francisco Liriano to right-wing and Houston reliever Joe Smith before the Major League Baseball trade deadline on Monday to Cleveland.
The Canadian arm of scandal-plagued U.S. venture capital firm 500 Startups is suspending operations, the latest fallout of Silicon Valley’s ongoing reckoning with its
After decades of silence, a former apartheid policeman has shown that he faced pressure to provide a version of the death of a prominent activist in police custody.
After edging Charley Hoffman in a playoff Jhonattan Vegas captured his second RBC Canadian Open title.
The Venezuelan shot on a 65 to finish the championship at 21 under.
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It is clearing his mind, if you ask. If he has anything on his mind, that is.
“I am almost so dumb I can play golf great,” said Garrigus after shooting a 10-under 62 to match the Glen Abbey Golf Course record in the RBC Canadian Open on Saturday. “That’s a great quality to have here, because you are not thinking about anything. You are not thinking about missing a shot or hitting it anything or close.
Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Friday that the Model 3 had over half a million advance bookings as he passed over the first 30 to employee buyers, setting the stage for its biggest test yet of their provider’s strategy to be a profitable, mass market electric vehicle maker.
Now in his 12th season, Russell Martin, has had the pleasure of catching some of the game’s top pitchers — into Mariano Rivera from Greg Maddux to Clayton Kershaw.
The top officers in the District of Columbia and 18 states have asked Congress to pass laws prohibiting discrimination.
After finishing sixth in Thursday’s semifinals, Canada’s Penny Oleksiak advanced.
The 17-year-old from Toronto, who’s the current Olympic co-champion at case, swam to a time of 53.05 in Duna Arena.