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Source: Global News

‘Indian Horse’ trailer: First Nations boy torn from family finds solace in hockey

Friday 14:33 GMT

The story of Saul Indian Horse is one that played out across Canada for several decades, where young First Nations children would be plucked from their communities and their families, and committed to one of the country’s notorious Catholic residential schools.

Known as the “‘60s Scoop,” with the majority of instances taking place between the 1960s and the 1980s, it involved thousands of First Nations children taken from their homes by child-welfare service workers and placed with mostly non-First Nations families.

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Source: New York Times

‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Episode 5: Dignity and Respect

Friday 17:17 GMT

Now that we are halfway through “The Assassination of Gianni Versace,” we can reasonably infer that there are no more bodies to fall.

The Chicago real estate tycoon Lee Miglin was tortured and bludgeoned, and a New Jersey cemetery groundskeeper, William Reese, was fatally shot, execution-style, in Episode 3. Two more men were knocked off in Episode 4: the Minneapolis architect David Madson and the Navy veteran Jeff Trail.

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Source: New York Times

Men’s Giant Slalom Live Results: Marcel Hirscher Leads; Ligety Trails

Sunday 23:40 GMT

Hirscher, the three-time World Cup giant slalom champion, stayed true to form Sunday with a blistering, mistake-free first run to take the lead at the halfway point of the Olympic men’s giant slalom.

• The only other man to win a World Cup giant slalom this season is Alexis Pinturault of France, who was second to Hirscher in the combined. Asked after the combined win how often he had thought about his failure to win Olympic gold, he replied, “I mean, every day, but now it’s over.”


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