Elite honesty! Mitchell Johnson has peppered David Warner with a series of vicious lifters and English cricket fans are 100 per cent here for it, because there is absolutely nothing funnier in sport than the vast self-awareness gulf in how Australian cricket sees itself, and how the rest of the world sees Australian cricket.
The image of Pep Guardiola flat on his back in the technical area is destined to be one of the great studies in sporting torment, the Premier League equivalent of Basil Fawlty thrashing a defenceless Mini with a tree branch. His hands to his temples, his smart black shoes pointing at the sky, he could not fathom how his Manchester City side had relinquished three winning positions in a single game. Neither could the 50,000 home fans here, many of whom stared at each other in disbelief, as if the
When the Tlicho Government’s Lands Protection and Renewable Resources department offered Behchoko resident Été Lafferty-Zoe a trip to Churchill, Man., to present about caribou conservation, she jumped at the chance. “I got asked by [wildlife and fisheries biologist] Stephanie Behrens,” the 21-year-old said. “She said I would have to do a presentation. I thought about it, and I told her I’d be interested in going.” For two consecutive summers, Lafferty-Zoe has participated in the Tlicho Governmen
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday began hearing a challenge by President Joe Biden's administration to the legality of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma's bankruptcy settlement, a deal that if approved would shield its wealthy Sackler family owners from lawsuits over their role in the country's opioid epidemic. Purdue's owners under the settlement would receive immunity in exchange for paying up to $6 billion to settle thousands of lawsuits filed by states, hospitals, people who had become addicted and others who have sued the Stamford, Connecticut-based company over misleading marketing of the powerful pain medication OxyContin.
OTTAWA — Prominent Jewish groups are set to host a rally on Parliament Hill Monday afternoon in solidarity with Israel. The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs says the event is meant to be a show of collective strength in the face of what it calls staggering antisemitism. Speakers will include people whose family members were killed by Hamas militants on Oct. 7 and a Canadian woman whose Israeli cousin is among the hostages held in the Gaza Strip. They also include deputy Conservative leader M
Ohio State quarterback Kyle McCord entered his name into the transfer portal Monday, the first day undergraduate football players could do so. The Buckeyes' season-long starter was the biggest name in the portal. McCord beat out Devin Brown for the starter's job in the preseason and threw for 3,170 yards and 24 touchdowns with six interceptions.
Vancouver’s Indigenous Fashion Week (VIFW) was an eye-opening experience for the NWT designers in attendance and the ticket-holders who filed into the host Queen Elizabeth Theatre to see their work, according Yellowknife’s Cheryl Fennell. “It’s absolutely amazing,” the Métis designer said from Vancouver. “We’ve never been part of anything this big.” “My stuff has been really well received as well, and I think that, in a way, it’s because we’re from the North and we use different materials than t
Sultan Ahmed al-Jaber says his words have been ‘taken out of context’ after being slammed by climate groups over the suggestion there was ‘no science’ behind requiring the end of fossil fuels to limit temperature rise