Blue Jays starters have a 3.10 ERA in June, leading to a 10-4 record in the month. (Jon Blacker/Reuters) Remember the Toronto Blue Jays? They spent this offseason absorbing the Marlins’ best players (non-Giancarlo Stanton division) and throwing down money like a Canadian family talked into taking a horse-carriage ride in Central ...
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Colorado Rockies on Monday night. After dropping the opener to a six-game trip, Toronto (32-36) responded by winning five in a row and completed a sweep of Texas with a 7-2 victory ...
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Bobby Fischer was a chess genius. He was so brilliant at chess that he was an international grandmaster by the time he was 15, and he left high school in order to become a professional player. Chess was his life: He studied and played it all day every day, and he dreamt about it at night. In 1972, he beat the Russian champion Boris Spassky to become the first American international champion since ... ...
Maicer Izturis broke up a scoreless duel with a two-run single in the eighth inning Monday, boosting Toronto to a 2-0 interleague win over Colorado. After Rockies ...
B.C.'s Finance Minister is challenging his counterparts in Ontario and Quebec to stop allowing Hollywood studios to pit the three provinces against each other for "unaffordable" film tax credits."As a country, and individual provinces within the country, we are better off to stop competing to see who can send the biggest cheque to Hollywood," Mike de Jong said ...
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Korean Air, South Korea’s flagship airline, has announced to increase frequency on its routes to Canada and China. From 20 June, the current five flights a week between Seoul/Incheon and Vancouver will be increased to daily flights, with flights to Toronto also increased to daily from 24 June. The flights between Seoul/Incheon and the Chinese destination Jinan will increase from four ...
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Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
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With research showing South Asians being among the people most susceptible to heart diseases in Canada, a walk is being organised in the city of Edmonton to create awareness about the issue.
South Asians in Edmonton, the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta, will participate in the DIL Walk coming Saturday which will feature a free lunch, doctors on hand to check blood pressure, and advice from dieticians.
The event is being organised by the DIL Walk Foundation to create awareness about heart diseases and a healthy lifestyle.
Though DIL here is an acronym for Do It for Life, 'dil' also means heart in Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.
Research shows that South Asians - people from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka - are five times more susceptible to cardiovascular diseases and develop heart diseases at an average of 10 years earlier than the Caucasian population in Canada, according to the Edmonton Journal.
Among the factors behind this, diet is one, say doctors.
"We often use breads such as roti or naan, the way many use a fork and knife," Ken Kalia, a resident of the Mazankowski Heart Institute in Edmonton, was quoted as saying.
"Easily you're putting in 100 to 200 calories per roti and some will go through six or eight of these, separate from their regular meal. ...
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