Connor McDavid ejected for boarding as Edmonton Oilers fall to Kings – Edmonton | Globalnews.ca

The Los Angeles Kings scored a stifling 5-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers Sunday night at Rogers Place. The Oilers, who managed just 22 shots on goal, lose back-to-back games for the first time this season. “I was worried yesterday at practice,” Oilers head coach Dave Tippett said. “Not a lot of juice in practice … Read more

Daphne Bramham: Protecting metro’s endangered rivers requires ‘more precautionary approach’

Breadcrumb Trail Links Politics Opinion News National Local News Columnists Opinion: Even before climate change, rivers were threatened by sewage runoff, toxic spills and being hemmed in by pavement. Now big, more preventive changes are needed Author of the article: Daphne Bramham Mark Angelo, chair of the Outdoor Recreation Council of B.C., beside Stoney Creek, … Read more

Travel-weary Leafs lose bitter battle to Jets

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Hockey Author of the article: Lance Hornby Publishing date: Dec 05, 2021  •  1 hour ago  •  3 minute read  •  8 Comments Maple Leafs goalie Joseph Woll makes a save with Jets forward Blake Wheeler looking for a rebound during the second period at Canada Life Centre in … Read more

Stem cell-based treatment may help Type 1 diabetes patients produce insulin: Canadian study

CANMORE — Canadian researchers are at the forefront of an innovative new stem cell-based treatment that could one day eliminate Type 1 diabetes patients’ dependence on insulin injections, and transform dozens of other health conditions affecting millions worldwide. The first-of-its-kind study, conducted by a team of researchers at the University of British Columbia and Vancouver … Read more

‘I was shocked’: Vaccinated truck driver from Ontario forced to quarantine – Toronto | Globalnews.ca

Amid travel measures that have been imposed in light of the Omicron variant, it appears incoming Canadian citizens and permanent residents are facing ongoing complications upon their return at land border crossings. Ontario truck driver Nawaz Khan said he makes two to three trips across the U.S. border each week, transporting building supplies. However, Khan’s … Read more

Melting Arctic Ocean ice allows killer whales to move in, threatens ecosystem

TORONTO — Melted sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has paved the way for killer whales to spend more time in these waters, but researchers worry that this could threaten species of prey in these areas, potentially throwing the ecosystem off balance. Researchers from the University of Washington tracked the movement of aquatic species off … Read more