Ireland 52-21 Canada

Autumn internationals: Ireland v CanadaIreland (21) 52Tries: Earls, Marshall, O’Halloran 2, penalty try, Dillane, Marmion, Tracy Cons: Jackson 6Canada (14) 21Tries: Van der Merwe, Paris, Evans Cons: McRorie 3Ireland’s second string eased to a comfortable eight-try victory over a determined Canada at the Aviva Stadium.With 15 changes from the win over New Zealand, the Irish led 14-0 after tries by Keith Earls and Luke Marshall.Tries from DTH van der Merwe and Taylor Paris levelled but Tiernan O’Halloran gave Ireland a 21-14 half-time lead.

A penalty try, Ultan Dillane, Kieran Marmoin, O’Halloran and debutant James Treacy added to Ireland’s tally while Matt Evans …
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Ireland clinch eight-try win over Canada

Autumn internationals: Ireland v CanadaIreland (21) 52Tries: Earls, Marshall, O’Halloran 2, penalty try, Dillane, Marmion, Tracy Cons: Jackson 6Canada (14) 21Tries: Van der Merwe, Paris, Evans Cons: McRorie 3Ireland’s second string eased to a comfortable eight-try victory over a determined Canada at the Aviva Stadium.With 15 changes from the win over New Zealand, the Irish led 14-0 after tries by Keith Earls and Luke Marshall.Tries from DTH van der Merwe and Taylor Paris levelled but Tiernan O’Halloran gave Ireland a 21-14 half-time lead.

A penalty try, Ultan Dillane, Kieran Marmoin, O’Halloran and debutant James Treacy added to Ireland’s tally while Matt Evans …
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After the All Blacks feast, Ireland devour Canada

DUBLIN Ireland received a hero’s welcome from 51,000 Dublin fans following their historic defeat of the All Blacks and then celebrated with a hard-fought and entertaining 52-21 win over Canada at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.A week after earning their first-ever win over world champions New Zealand in Chicago, a completely revamped Irish side had a slightly absent-minded homecoming before finally overpowering the world’s 18th ranked side with eight tries.Irish coach Joe Schmidt opted to rest all the players who began the All Blacks game with a view to next weekend’s feverishly-anticipated rematch and witnessed a mixture of enterprise …
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UPDATE 1-Rugby-After the All Blacks feast, Ireland devour Canada

DUBLIN Ireland received a hero’s welcome from 51,000 Dublin fans following their historic defeat of the All Blacks and then celebrated with a hard-fought and entertaining 52-21 win over Canada at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.A week after earning their first-ever win over world champions New Zealand in Chicago, a completely revamped Irish side had a slightly absent-minded homecoming before finally overpowering the world’s 18th ranked side with eight tries.Irish coach Joe Schmidt opted to rest all the players who began the All Blacks game with a view to next weekend’s feverishly-anticipated rematch and witnessed a mixture of enterprise …
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Tiernan O’Halloran grabs two tries as underwhelming Ireland beat Canada

• Ireland 52-21 Canada
• Joe Schmidt changes entire XV following win over New Zealand

Ireland’s Dave Kilcoyne runs at Canada’s Taylor Paris during the home side’s 52-21 victory in Dublin.
Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Ireland’s second string beat Canada 52-21 in Dublin but most likely failed to sway the head coach Joe Schmidt’s selection for the New Zealand rematch next weekend.
Ireland racked up eight tries at the Aviva Stadium, but laboured for nine first-half minutes with the scores locked at 14-14. Tiernan O’Halloran scored twice, with Keith Earls, Luke Marshall, Ultan Dillane, Kieran Marmion …
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Four down-ticket U.S. election results that could affect Canadian business

North Carolina Democratic Party gubernatorial candidate Roy Cooper campaigning on November 6, 2016. (Jeff Hahne/Getty)It was anyone’s Senate going into the election on Tuesday. With the Republicans defending 24 seats, and the Democrats just 10, five of which they needed to win, the odds, by some estimates, were in the Democrats’ favour. But after the shocking result of the presidential vote, the fact that the GOP maintained control over the chamber inspires little surprise, or reaction in general.
While the ramifications of a Republican Senate and House of Representatives (which was never really within the Democrats’ grasp) may seem trivial compared to having Trump as commander in chief, it’s not. With a Republican Congress backing him (most items need 60% support to pass in the Senate), Trump will be in a position to reverse trade agreements, immigration policies, Roe V. Wade, the Iran nuclear deal, and any other policy the party …

7 Canadian business leaders share their hopes for Trump

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KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — With just a week to go and the race for the White House tightening, Hillary Clinton — with help from President Barack Obama — unleashed a fresh offensive Tuesday against Donald Trump and his vulgar comments about women. Trump strove to blend a quieter, presidential tone with his usual tough rhetoric, warning that a Clinton victory would “destroy American health care forever.”

The White House contenders clashed from afar –Clinton in battleground Florida and Trump in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — with the sprint to next Tuesday’s finish well underway.

“For my entire life, I’ve been a woman,” Clinton, who would be the nation’s first female president, declared in critical Florida. “And when I think about what we now know about Donald Trump and what he’s been …

Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries

Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion on Friday urged all countries to remain firm about upholding sanctions against Russia for its actions toward Ukraine and said Canada will not ease them as long as Moscow keeps its current stance.Dion’s comments came three days after businessman Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election after a campaign in which he praised Russian President Vladimir Putin.”The behavior of Russia in Ukraine and Syria is problematic to say the least. Because of that, it is important to be very frank in our relationship with Russia,” Dion told a news conference in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.”About Ukraine, there are sanctions that are existing and Canada is insisting that all countries must be very firm about these sanctions,” Dion added.Russian officials, eager to see the sanctions lifted or eased, welcomed Trump’s election. Putin on Wednesday said he was ready to fully …

Bank of Canada head says can't speculate on Trump impact

(Adds comments on Trump election, response to shocks) Nov 11 The head of the Bank of Canada
said on Friday he could not speculate on how Donald Trump’s
election as U.S. president would affect monetary policy, but
that the central bank will respond to shocks as needed and rely
on its inflation target to set interest rates.Governor Stephen Poloz, speaking at a central bank
conference in Santiago, reiterated that economic growth will be
around 2 percent for nearly the next two years, and said he
expects inflation to converge on target around the middle of
2018.Asked whether the spillovers from any changes in U.S. policy
would be positive or negative, Poloz said he would not speculate
because there are “too many things that may be different.””It would be odd for a central banker, certainly me, to
speculate on how that will all work out positive or negative.
It’s …

5 moves small business should watch for after Trump takes office

The U.S. election campaign season of 2016 is over. Finally. Some are mourning. Some rejoicing. Some puzzled. Some vindicated. Some angry. Some fearful. Some lacking in hope. Some filled with it. And now we begin to pick up the pieces.ADVERTISEMENTAs a small business owner, my mind goes to my work and livelihood as I assess how Trump’s election will impact small business. The president-elect provided few business-policy details over the course of his campaign and small business isn’t featured among Trump’s highest priorities as he takes office.Instead, here what small-business owners can expect during Trump’s first 100 days in office, in his own words:1. Reducing overseas competitionOf the nine priorities Trump indicated were on his list for the first 100 days, only one directly corresponds to promises he made to business: revising or exiting the NAFTA agreement.This complex and far-reaching agreement has pros and cons. On the plus …