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Blue Jays place Anthony Alford on DL day after getting his first hit

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Blue Jays place Anthony Alford on DL day after getting his first hit

- MILWAUKEE - Less than 12 hours after getting the first hit of his major league career, young Blue Jays prospect Anthony Alford was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a wrist injury. Alford, who doubled off the wall as a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning Tuesday night, suffered a left hamate fracture in his next at-bat. Post-game X-rays determined the fracture, and the high of his first hit was met with the crushing news on Wednesday morning

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Former banker accused of stealing $250K from Alberta Treasury Branch

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Former banker accused of stealing $250K from Alberta Treasury Branch

- A woman who worked for an Alberta financial institution for three decades has been accused of stealing more than a quarter million dollars from her employer.The Stony Plain/Spruce Grove/Enoch RCMP Serious Crimes Branch began a fraud investigation in 2016, after the suspect’s former employer, Alberta Treasury Branch (ATB), reported irregularities in their banking activity.The accused worked as a loans officer for ATB for 30 years, and the total theft is estimated at over $250,000, RCMP said

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Les demandes d’asile de nombreux Guinéens rejetées au Canada : Et ça fait grincer des dents

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Les demandes d’asile de nombreux Guinéens rejetées au Canada : Et ça fait grincer des dents

- Selon un communiqué transmis à guinee7.com, Le comité guinéens pour un statut pour tous et toutes rappelle que ‘‘depuis décembre dernier, les demandes d’asile de nombreux membres de la communauté guinéenne établis à Montréal ont été refusées en bloc. Ces refus, qui correspondent à des menaces de déportation, s’inscrivent dans un contexte où les déportations vers la Guinée avaient été ralenties lors de l’épidémie d’Ebola de 2013 à 2016

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Canada: Un tee-shirt connecté pour diagnostiquer les maladies respiratoires

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Canada: Un tee-shirt connecté pour diagnostiquer les maladies respiratoires

- 20 Minutes avec agence. Des chercheurs de l’université Laval au Québec (Canada) ont conçu un tee-shirt connecté pour détecter les maladies respiratoires. Ce vêtement intelligent capte en temps réel la fréquence respiratoire de celui qui le porte. Les scientifiques ont publié leurs travaux le 6 mai dernier . Leur système fonctionne grâce à un capteur sur la poitrine, composé de fibres intelligentes

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'Clerks' star Lisa Spoonauer dies at 44

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'Clerks' star Lisa Spoonauer dies at 44

- JACKSON, N.J. - An actress who starred in the 1994 award-winning movie “Clerks” has died. Lisa Spoonauer was 44. The George Hassler Funeral Home says Spoonauer died Sunday at her home in Jackson, New Jersey. The cause of death wasn’t released. Kevin Smith cast Spoonauer in the role of Caitlin Bree in his first movie, which was set in the New Jersey convenience and video stores where he worked in real life

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Tags: Death & Dying | 
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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

- A class ring was lost in Canada in the 80s, found in the 90s and this week, thanks to social media, the mystery of its owner has finally been solved.

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

- A class ring was lost in Canada in the 80s, found in the 90s and this week, thanks to social media, the mystery of its owner has finally been solved.

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

- A class ring was lost in Canada in the 80s, found in the 90s and this week, thanks to social media, the mystery of its owner has finally been solved.

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

- A class ring was lost in Canada in the 80s, found in the 90s and this week, thanks to social media, the mystery of its owner has finally been solved.

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

- A class ring was lost in Canada in the 80s, found in the 90s and this week, thanks to social media, the mystery of its owner has finally been solved.

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

- A class ring was lost in Canada in the 80s, found in the 90s and this week, thanks to social media, the mystery of its owner has finally been solved.

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

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Class ring lost in 1980 found in Canada

- A class ring was lost in Canada in the 80s, found in the 90s and this week, thanks to social media, the mystery of its owner has finally been solved.

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Colorado Avalanche reportedly granted permission to interview Leafs' Kyle Dubas

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Colorado Avalanche reportedly granted permission to interview Leafs' Kyle Dubas

- WINDSOR - Could the Maple Leafs lose Kyle Dubas to the Colorado Avalanche? Elliotte Friedman reported on Hockey Night in Canada on Tuesday night that the Leafs have granted permission to the Avs to speak to Dubas, an assistant general manager with the Leafs, about a position in the front office. At question is whether Leafs GM Lou Lamoriello would be willing to grant permission if he wanted to keep Dubas in the organization

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Babcock wants young Leafs to savour spring hockey

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Babcock wants young Leafs to savour spring hockey

- WINDSOR — Get used to it, kids. That’s the message, in a sense, that Mike Babcock would pass along to William Nylander and Mitch Marner after both excelled at the world hockey championship. “It’s important for our young guys and all our guys to understand you have to be playing at this time of year anyway,” the Maple Leafs coach told the Sun on Tuesday night at the Memorial Cup

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Sens fans sticking it to Melnyk by staying home

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Sens fans sticking it to Melnyk by staying home

- OTTAWA - It must be Eugene Melnyk. The only logical explanation for fans negatively stealing so much of the spotlight from the Senators unexpectedly wondrous ride through the playoffs has to be a growing, general contempt for the team’s owner, for one reason or another. That must be the main reason why, in the hours leading up to Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final, there were still so many tickets available

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Trump succeeding where Obama failed on Middle East

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Trump succeeding where Obama failed on Middle East

- On his first trip to the Middle East, President Donald Trump has done more to rebuild the United States’ standing in the region than President Barack Obama did in eight years. So far, Trump has travelled to Saudi Arabia and Israel to work with the two nations on combating Iran’s aggression and to tackle the deal of all deals — the Middle East peace process

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Tom Cruise says Top Gun 2 'definitely happening'

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Tom Cruise says Top Gun 2 'definitely happening'

- SYDNEY, Australia — The Danger Zone may have gotten old and dusty, but Tom Cruise says he’s about to fly back in. The 54-year-old actor says the long-discussed sequel to “Top Gun” is a sure thing and should start shooting soon. Cruise made the announcement Wednesday in response to questions from anchors on the Australian morning news show “Sunrise.” The actor said filming will likely begin within the next year

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  • 'Clerks' star Lisa Spoonauer dies at 44
    'Clerks' star Lisa Spoonauer dies at 44

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    JACKSON, N.J. - An actress who starred in the 1994 award-winning movie “Clerks” has died. Lisa Spoonauer was 44. The George Hassler Funeral Home says Spoonauer died Sunday at her home in Jackson, New Jersey. The cause of death wasn’t released. Kevin Smith cast Spoonauer in the role of Caitlin Bree in his first movie, which was set in the New Jersey convenience and video stores where he worked in real life

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  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Photobombs High School Students
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Photobombs High School Students

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    Canadian high school students in Vancouver were posing for pictures before their prom when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jogged past them. At first, it seemed like they did not even recognise Mr Trudeau - in shorts, a t-shirt and running shoes and headphones in his ears. Can you spot him in this picture? Mr Trudeau's official photographer, Adam Scotti, tweeted a picture of the moment on Friday, captioning it: "Prom season in #Vancouver

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