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Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
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Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
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'Hey, the kid has a chance to win the Stanley Cup' : Louie DeBrusk is a parent not broadcaster in Stanley Cup Final
50 things you need to know about the St. Louis Blues
Jets lock up Screaming Eagles' Gawanke: D-man likely plays for AHL's Moose in fall
Pierre Dorion has picked D.J. Smith as the next head coach of the Ottawa Senators
ROBERT TYCHKOWSKI: Rather than let controversial Game 3 OT loss to Sharks derail playoff drive, Blues used it as motivation
KEN WIEBE: Where does Trouba land? Jets must explore all options
On the surface, his value has never been higher. Yet, how that impacts where Jacob Trouba will play next season (and beyond) remains very much in question with just under a month before the 2019 NHL Draft gets underway in Vancouver. Why is the ...
JACK TODD: Is it time to let the NHL referees ... ref?
When in doubt, blame the ref. It’s a system as old as the games we watch. Players, coaches, fans, media critics and even league officials get into the act and the only rule is that the referee is always wrong in the eyes of someone, ...
BRUCE GARRIOCH: Patrick Roy has what it takes to be a successful head coach
If Patrick Roy wasn’t interested in being the next coach of the Ottawa Senators, he would have turned down the invitation to an interview next week. That’s the opinion of Roy’s former Colorado Avalanche teammates Curtis ...
WHAT THE PUCK: NHL grass is greener on Bruins' side of the fence
Here’s a quick and easy quiz to start things off today. How many Stanley Cups have the Montreal Canadiens won since 2011? How many times in the last eight years have they made it to the Cup final? The answers are zero and zero. With the ...
Oilers' Holland has long list of coaching candidates he's looking into
Ken Holland probably feels like a juggler trying to keep so many balls in the air. The Edmonton Oilers general manager is talking to his pro scouting people, his amateur scouts about the upcoming draft and his team’s medical staff about the ...
Remembering Lokomotiv Yaroslavl's hockey team
It’s been almost eight years since the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl plane crash took the lives of the entire team, its coach, Brad McCrimmon, and his two former NHL player assistants. On Sept. 7, 2011, a charter aircraft was flying the team to a KHL ...
Former Oilers head coach Ralph Krueger gets second chance behind NHL bench in Buffalo
Ralph Krueger came to Buffalo two weeks ago unmolested and undercover. He watched two NHL playoff games on TV without anybody catching on to who he was when he travelled from Europe to talk to Sabres owner Terry Pegula about the head coaching ...
Sharks OT win not without controversy
ST. LOUIS — It wouldn’t be the NHL playoffs without a major controversy. And, once again, the San Jose Sharks were at the heart of the storm, catching another major break, after an Erik Karlsson overtime winner made possible by a hand ...
Ten key players to watch at the Memorial Cup in Halifax
Not sure who to watch during the Memorial Cup? Here’s a cheat sheet on 10 key players. 1. Nick Suzuki, C, Guelph Storm: Suzuki arrived in Guelph after a major mid-season trade with the Owen Sound Attack. He had 49 points in 29 games down the ...
MICHAEL TRAIKOS: Rask has numbers to back up Conn Smythe trophy contention
RALEIGH, N.C. — The question did not make Tuukka Rask laugh, because Tuukka Rask does not typically laugh. Instead, when asked if he felt like he is “in the zone” during these playoffs, the Boston Bruins goalie narrowed his eyebrows ...