One of the greatest NHL careers hit a massive milestone with Sidney Crosby appearing in his 1000th game.
One of the greatest NHL careers hit a massive milestone with Sidney Crosby appearing in his 1000th game.
Chinese drone giant DJI Technology Co Ltd built up such a successful U.S. business over the past decade that it almost drove all competitors out of the market. Yet its North American operations have been hit by internal ructions in recent weeks and months, with a raft of staff cuts and departures, according to interviews with more than two dozen current and former employees. The loss of key managers, some of who have joined rivals, has compounded problems caused by U.S. government restrictions on Chinese companies, and raised the once-remote prospect of DJI's dominance being eroded, said four of the people, including two senior executives who were at the company until late 2020.
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The United States and South Korea have reached agreement in principle on a new arrangement for sharing the cost of the American troop presence, which is intended as a bulwark against the threat of North Korean aggression.
Police in Nelson, B.C., say a 26-year-old Castlegar man has been charged with manslaughter in relation to the beating death of an off-duty Abbotsford police officer in July of 2020. On Sunday, the Nelson Police Department issued a news release saying that a charge of manslaughter was approved against Alex Willness. Police say Const. Allan Young, 55, was attacked after approaching another man in downtown Nelson at around 11:45 p.m. PT on July 16 to try to help with a disturbance taking place on the road. A 26-year-old was arrested after a physical altercation with Young. Police said at the time that the suspect could face charges of aggravated assault. The two men did not know each other. Young died on July 22, after being on life support at a hospital in the B.C. Interior for several days. Abbotsford police said Young had been with the department since March 2004. He had previously worked with the Toronto Police Service since 2000, after immigrating to Canada from Scotland in 1997. Willness was arrested by Nelson police and remains in custody. His next court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday Mar. 9.
Australia has suspended its defence cooperation programme with Myanmar, Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne said, amid an intensified crackdown by the country's military on massive protests against last month's coup. Australia will also redirect immediate humanitarian needs to Rohingyas and other ethnic minorities, Payne said in a statement late Sunday. "We will prioritise the most pressing humanitarian and emerging needs and seek to ensure our humanitarian engagement is with and through non-government organisations, not with government or government-related entities," Payne said.
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MaCio Teague scored 35 points while matching a school record with 10 made 3-pointers and No. 3 Baylor finished undefeated at home for the first time in 73 years with a 88-73 win over No. 18 Texas Tech in a regular-season finale Sunday. The Big 12 champion Bears (21-1, 13-1 Big 12) never trailed, but didn't take control for good until a 16-3 run in the second half when Teague had three 3s while scoring 12 of those points.
The New York governor said "there is no way" he would resign and claimed calls for him to do so are politically motivated.
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OCALA, Fla. — Austin Ernst won the Drive On Championship on Sunday for her third LPGA Tour title, pulling away to beat fellow former NCAA champion Jennifer Kupcho by five strokes at Golden Ocala. Tied for the lead with Kupcho after each of the first two rounds and a stroke ahead entering the day, Ernst closed with a 2-under 70 to finish at 15-under 273. Kupcho, coming off a closing eagle Saturday, had a double bogey and three bogeys in a 74. Brooke Henderson, of Smiths Falls, Ont., was the top Canadian,finishing tied for 44th at 2-over. Calgary's Jaclyn Lee was tied for 62nd at 7-over. Following sisters Jessica and Nelly Korda in the first two events of the year, Ernst gave the United States three straight victories to open a season for the first time since 2007. The 29-year-old former LSU star from South Carolina, showing her school spirit with a purple shirt, also won the 2014 Portland Classic and the 2020 NW Arkansas Championship. She won the NCAA title in 2011. With brother Drew, a former player at Coastal Carolina, working as her caddie, Ernst birdied Nos. 4-7 to get to 17 under, but dropped back with bogeys on Nos. 12 and 13. Kupcho is winless on the tour. The former Wake Forest star won the 2018 NCAA title and the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019. Kupcho birdied 10 and 12 to pull within three strokes of Ernst, then bogeyed 14, made the double bogey on the par-3 15th and bogeyed 17. She played most of the back nine in the opening round Thursday with a migraine that blurred her vision. Jenny Coleman made it a 1-2-3 U.S. finish, closing with a 71 to get to 8 under. In Gee Chun of Soiuth Korea was fourth at 7 under after a 69. Switzerland's Albane Valenzuela was another stroke back after a 73. Nelly Korda, tied with Ernst and Kupcho for the first-round lead, had weekend rounds of 76 and 75 to tie for 28th at even par. Jessica Korda shot a 71 to tie for eighth at 4 under. The Associated Press
The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 6:30 p.m. COVID-19 continues to spread in an outbreak in Nunavut. The territory says there are four new cases in Arviat, the only community where there are active cases. Arviat, which has a population of about 2,800, has had 337 COVID-19 cases, 25 of which are currently active. All schools and non-essential businesses in Arviat have been closed for months and travel has been restricted. --- 6 p.m. Alberta's chief medical health officer says there are an estimated 300 new COVID-19 cases, but says firm information isn't available today due to a system upgrade. Dr. Deena Hinshaw says on Twitter that the new cases include 54 that involve variants of concern. Information was not available Sunday on the number of hospitalizations or new deaths. Hinshaw says about 8,100 COVID-19 tests were completed in the previous 24 hours, and that the positivity rate was approximately four per cent. She says the system upgrade work is nearly complete and that online updates will resume Monday. --- 4 p.m. Health authorities on Prince Edward Island are reporting two new cases of COVID-19. Officials say both involve men in their 20s who are now self-isolating. One case is connected to a previously known diagnosis, and the other tested positive after he was at a public exposure site more than a week ago. With 26 active reported cases, chief public health officer Dr. Heather Morrison says there are more active infections in the province now than at any other point in the pandemic. --- 3 p.m. Saskatchewan is reporting two new deaths among people who tested positive for COVID-19, one of whom was under 20 years old. The exact age of that person was not released, but the government's daily pandemic update says the patient was from Saskatchewan's North West zone. The other person who died was in the 40-to-49 age group and was from the Far North West zone. The province is reporting 116 new COVID-19 cases today. The government says a shipment of 7,022 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is expected to arrive Tuesday and will be divided between Saskatoon and Regina. Another 7,020 doses of that vaccine are expected Wednesday and will go to North Battleford, Yorkton and Prince Albert. --- 2:45 p.m. Public health officials in New Brunswick are reporting two new cases of COVID-19. Authorities say one case is related to travel and the other is connected to a previously known infection. Effective midnight tonight, officials are loosening public health restrictions across the entire province. In the new provincewide “yellow” alert level, residents can expand their contacts from 10 to 15 people and team sports activities may resume. --- 2:10 p.m. Manitoba health officials are reporting two new deaths of people with COVID-19. The province's daily pandemic update says both deaths were in the Winnipeg health region and are linked to outbreaks at care facilities. The province says there were 56 new COVID-19 cases in Manitoba as of this morning. --- 1:20 p.m. Newfoundland and Labrador health authorities are reporting one new case of COVID-19 today. Officials say the person involved is a man between 20 and 39 years old, and his infection is related to international travel. The province has now seen 10 consecutive days of single-digit case counts following an outbreak in St. Jon’s last month. Public health says there are 87 active reported COVID-19 cases in the province, including three people in intensive care. --- 1 p.m. Nova Scotia health authorities are reporting two new cases of COVID-19. Officials say one infection is travel-related, while the other is a close contact of a previously known case. There are now 29 active reported COVID-19 infections in the province. Authorities say two patients are in hospital and one is in intensive care. --- 11:10 a.m. Quebec is reporting 707 new cases of COVID-19 and seven new deaths linked to the pandemic. Two of the deaths occurred in the last 24 hours while the rest happened earlier. Hospitalizations declined by nine to 592, with 107 people in intensive care, which is two fewer than a day prior. The province administered 15,329 doses of vaccine on Saturday. --- 10:40 a.m. Ontario is reporting 1,299 new cases of COVID-19 today and 15 more deaths linked to the virus. Health Minister Christine Elliott says there are 329 new cases in Toronto, 192 in Peel Region, and 116 in York Region. Today's data is based on 46,586 completed tests. The province also says 30,192 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered since Saturday's update. --- This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 7, 2021 The Canadian Press
Details of how the deal would be structured was not immediately known, but an announcement is expected Monday, assuming the talks don't fall apart, the WSJ said. The unit, known as GE Capital Aviation Services, or GECAS, is one of the world's biggest jet-leasing companies and leases passenger aircraft made by companies including Boeing Co and Airbus SE . GE said the company doesn't comment on rumor or speculation, while AerCap did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment.
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Since August and after the peak of protests, support to redistribute portions of police budgets to fund social services has decreased four percent.
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Brennan Hepler graduated from Berklee College of Music back in 2019 and has been performing ever since.
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