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Canada significantly undercounts maternal deaths — doctors are sounding the alarm

At five months pregnant, Claudia Wong knew it was normal to be uncomfortable some of the time. But she couldn't shake the feeling something was wrong.The Pickering, Ont., woman had already gained about 14 pounds, significant on her small frame. She'd become so swollen her legs were "like sausages" when she tried to put on

Why Torontonians are facing a ‘staggering’ spike in auto thefts — and what police are doing about it

Patricia Li's year began with the theft of a Lexus NX 300 from her Toronto home — but that was just the beginning of her troubles.Five months later, thieves returned in the middle of the night for her other vehicle, a Lexus RX 450, but this time they weren't as lucky.After the first theft in February, Li installed

People with lived experience of addiction are helping an Ontario city tackle its overdose crisis

Parked in front of a trap house where people often go to use drugs, Shauna Pinkerton rifles through her trunk, putting together a bag of harm-reduction supplies.Pinkerton had used substances for decades and is now on her own journey of recovery from addiction. She knows people in that house are going to use whether she's there or not. So

Canada’s Mackenzie Hughes beats Sepp Straka in playoff to win Sanderson Farms Championship

Whether it was sheer confidence or remarkable resilience, Mackenzie Hughes never doubted he would win the Sanderson Farms Championship. He just never imagined how it would unfold Sunday evening.Hughes, from Dundas, Ont., had to make six key putts on the final seven holes — four of them for par — to outlast Sepp Straka of

Canada’s top soldier worries about Forces’ readiness amid domestic and international demands

Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre says he's worried about the Canadian Armed Forces' readiness as it faces pressure both from the conflict in Ukraine and the need to respond to natural disasters at home.In an interview on Rosemary Barton Live on Sunday, Eyre said the two issues represented "strong demands on both sides" and

129 dead at Indonesian soccer match after police tear gas causes clashing fans to stampede

Panic at an Indonesian soccer match after police fired tear gas to stop brawls left 129 dead, mostly trampled to death, police said Sunday.Several fights between supporters of the two rival soccer teams were reported inside the Kanjuruhan Stadium in East Java province's Malang city after the Indonesian Premier League game ended with Persebaya Surabaya

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Drought over! Phillies clinch 1st postseason berth since ’11

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Liverpool dog attack: Man arrested after woman killed

Image caption, The woman was pronounced dead at the sceneA man has been arrested after a woman was fatally attacked by dogs in a house in Liverpool.The victim, aged 63, was mauled in a property on St Brigids Crescent in Kirkdale shortly before 16:30 BST on Monday, Merseyside Police said.Five American bulldogs inside the property

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