Roglic tightens grip on Tour lead as Ineos gets first win

LA ROCHE-SUR-FORON, FRANCE — Paris, and victory at the Tour de France, are almost within reach of Primoz Roglic. The Slovenian rider safely negotiated

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Emmy predictions when predicting the future is folly

Stipulated: “Watchmen” will win the Emmy Award for best limited series and Regina King, its indomitable centre, will be honoured at Sunday’s largely virtual

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Wait times at drive-through testing sites prompt concern from Sask. NDP

REGINA — The provincial opposition is concerned long lines at Saskatchewan’s new drive-through COVID-19 testing sites could discourage some people from waiting. On Tuesday,

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Canadian Eugenie Bouchard draws top seed after winning first-round match at Istanbul Tennis Championship

ISTANBUL — Canadian qualifier Eugenie Bouchard has advanced to the second round of the Istanbul Tennis Championship. Bouchard, from Westmount, Que., beat world No.

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Nova Scotia’s top doc expects COVID-19 in schools, says key is to ‘manage it appropriately’

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health says he fully expects that the province will see cases of COVID-19 in schools. “It

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Pelosi says Biden shouldn’t debate Trump, but Biden says he’ll serve as fact checker

WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he won’t skip debates with U.S. President Donald Trump this fall, vowing he’ll use the opportunity

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Debate continues over opening Nova Scotia to the rest of Canada

HALIFAX — COVID-19 cases in Atlantic Canada remain relatively low compared to the rest of Canada, prompting continuing discussions about whether the Atlantic travel

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Sound radar suggested as traffic noise concerns surge in the Beltline

CALGARY — Loud revving, backfiring and modified exhaust pipes have some Calgarians sounding off and suggesting new ways to tackle the noise. Former politician

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Olympics return to antiquity at the 2004 Athens Games

When the Olympics returned to Athens in 2004, they also returned to antiquity. The men’s and women’s marathon races started in the actual town

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Winnipeg police investigating homicide in Polo Park area

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Police Service is investigating a homicide in the Polo Park area. Police said officers were called around 1 a.m. Sunday

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