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Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista lets his bat do the talking as Toronto snaps losing skid

sports.nationalpost.com — NEW YORK - Jose Bautista has tormented the Yankees this season. On Saturday, the Yankee Stadium fans returned fire, but the Blue Jays slugger got the last laugh. And Marcus Stroman had a pleasant Saturday night too after boosting the Blue Jays to a 6-3 win in a solid start against his hometown team.
Sep 21, 2014

ICYMI, Bautista, Stroman give hostile #Yankees fans their comeuppance as #BlueJays snap losing streak: sports.nationalpost.com/2014/09/20/tor…

As Blue Jays’ futility hits two-decade mark, team looks like baseball’s Buffalo Bills

sports.nationalpost.com — Entering Friday's games, the Kansas City Royals trailed the Detroit Tigers by a half game in the AL Central and were a half game up in the race for a wild card playoff spot. Math suggests the Royals have a 78% chance of ending a 28-year post-season drought.
Sep 20, 2014

RT @scott_stinson: The once-mighty Blue Jays are two decades and counting out of the playoffs. How did this happen? My wknd piece: natpo.st/1rncsJ4

Sep 20, 2014

The once-mighty Blue Jays are two decades and counting out of the playoffs. How did this happen? My wknd piece: natpo.st/1rncsJ4

Canada’s mission in Iraq a ‘done deal,’ Jean Chretien says

news.nationalpost.com — OTTAWA - Former prime minister Jean Chretien says the federal government's decision to send special forces to northern Iraq to help fight an extremist group could pull Canada into further commitments in the region.
Sep 20, 2014

RT @GgNewsCA: Canada's mission in Iraq a 'done deal,' Jean Chretien says - National Post ift.tt/1mqZ9XS

Chris Selley: Don’t bet on private transit in Toronto not getting quashed, but if it does help gridlock, that’s great

news.nationalpost.com — One of the most frustrating features of Toronto's interminable transit debates is the opposition of principled conservatives to traditional funding methods for want of what they see as superior, more innovative methods that, unfortunately, are not on offer.
Sep 20, 2014

Chris Selley: Don’t bet on private transit in Toronto not getting quashed, but if it does help gridlock, that’s great news.nationalpost.com/2014/09/19/chr…

Canadian businessman Nathan Jacobson’s money laundering case dropped by U.S., but many questions remain

news.nationalpost.com — Nathan Jacobson insists he's "just a simple kid from Winnipeg." But nothing about him is simple. A citizen of both Canada and Israel, he's been to many dark places - the former Soviet Union, Libya, Iraq - in pursuit of business opportunities, and, he says, matters of national security.
Sep 20, 2014

Politically connected Canadian businessman Nathan Jacobson’s $-laundering case dropped by US natpo.st/1qTxpMr by @hutchwriter #CdnPoli