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23 January 2020

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Raptors grind out win over 76ers as VanVleet catches fire in the clutch (3)
Fred VanVleet scored 22 points while Marc Gasol had 17 points on a perfect shooting night, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Philadelphia 76ers 107-95 on Wednesday for their fifth consecutive win. Social Sharing Toronto guard scores 22 points to help distance team from divisional foe Lori Ewing · The Canadian Press · Posted: Jan 22, 2020 9:49 PM ET | Last Updated: January 23 Toronto guard Fred VanVleet celebrates after hitting a three-pointer during
All Carlton Cards and Papyrus stores closing within weeks (1)
Ryan Flanagan CTVNews.ca There are 76 Carlton Cards and Papyrus stores in Canada, all of which are expected to close in the next four to six weeks. (Raysonho / Creative Commons) SHARE TORONTO - The owner of greeting card retailers including Carlton Cards and Papyrus is closing all of its stores in North America, including 76 Canadian locations. Most of the closures will take place over the next four to six weeks,
Boeing Hit To US Economy A Worry For Trump Reelection Bid (2)
By Heather SCOTT 01/22/20 AT 12:25 PM President Donald Trump is counting on a strong US economy to seal his reelection victory but the Boeing crisis and ongoing trade frictions could undermine that strategy. Trump on Wednesday criticized Boeing as a "very disappointing company" because of the aerospace giant's recent problems after the grounding of the 737 MAX plane, which are having knock-on effects for the broader economy.
Teen driver walks free from court after killing East Kilbride schoolgirl in horror crash (2)
Kieran Kennedy, 21, had only been driving for a few weeks when he hit 15- year-old Megan Scott. By East Kilbride News A newly qualified driver convicted of killing a 15-year-old East Kilbride schoolgirl on a pedestrian crossing by careless driving walked free from court today. Kieran Kennedy, 21, from Chapelton, had only been driving for a few weeks when the horror crash happened as Megan Scott crossed with the lights at
Love Island: Too much celebrity offspring is spoiling the broth (2)
Where once 'Love Island' was a sun-kissed haven for relatable ordinary people, its winter series has been disappointingly dominated by individuals already touched by celebrity, writes Adam White @__adamwhite Thursday 23 January 2020 14:29 {{ moreThanTen}} {{total}} comments {{/moreThanTen}} Parachuted in from the lower ends of an ITV publicist's rolodex: Love Island contestants Sophie and Paige ( ITV )
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