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Defence minister confirms Mali mission will not be extended

Canada’s peacekeeping mission in Mali will end in July as planned, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has confirmed. “The United Nations is working with other nations to look at replacing us,” Sajjan told Chris Hall in an interview airing today on CBC Radio’s The House. Sajjan spoke to Hall before his …

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Why sexual hazing may be viewed as a ‘rite of passage’

Kyle Fraser, a former student at Toronto’s St. Michael’s College School, said the “toxic environment” at the facility is part of the reason he was forced to leave, and it’s why he’s not surprised by the recent allegations of assault and sexual assault. “That’s the culture at that school, those …

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Massachusetts to start selling recreational marijuana

NEW YORK: Massachusetts is joining the growing list of US states where Americans can walk into a shop and legally buy recreational marijuana, with two stores due to open next Tuesday. The Cannabis Control Commission issued notices Friday for two outlets to start selling to adults legally without a prescription …

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Azkals take on Timor-Leste today

The Philippine Azkals eye to sustain their winning run as they tackle winless Timor-Leste in the 2018 Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup at 8 p.m. tonight at the Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium in Malaysia. The men’s national football team is seeking a second straight win in as many outings. …

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Fernandez readies to train Pacquiao vs Broner

Trainer Buboy Fernandez said he is all set to train his childhood friend and reigning World Boxing Association (WBA) welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao for his fight against American Adrien Broner on January 19, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. “Wala po tayong problema diyan kasi galing pa naman …

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