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The latest polls in Canada have the country’s Conservative Party in a very comfortable position. If an election were held now, it’s predicted that the Tories would take 179 seats, against the governing Liberals with 103, and the socialist New Democratic Party 21. The Greens and Quebec separatists would split the rest. There are 338 MP in Ottawa’s House of Commons, so even with the country being as regional as it is, that Conservative victory would be sufficient for a working government.
CALGARY — The wife of Chris Snow says the Calgary Flames vice-president of data and analytics suffered a "catastrophic" brain injury after going into cardiac arrest and isn't expected to recover. Chris Snow, 42, was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in 2019. Kelsie Snow said Wednesday on social media that her husband became unresponsive and suffered a heart attack on Tuesday. She said paramedics and doctors were able to get his heart beating again, but suffered a brain injury du
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