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Ayres says he's incredibly honoured to have the stick on display at the Toronto hockey shrine. He says he's been approached about book and movie deals, but is happy to just be doing public speaking at this point, especially about organ donation (he's a kidney recipient).
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that longstanding international law prohibitions against forced labour, slavery, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment and crimes against humanity can form the grounds for claims for damages under Canadian law. Excerpt from the ruling:
@CBCNews WHO increases global risk assessment of spread and impact of COVID-19 to 'very high.' Says increase in number of affected countries 'clearly of concern,' but says most cases traced to known contacts. No evidence 'as yet' virus spreading freely, so still a chance of containment.
LIVE: David Ayres’s game stick is going into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The former Zamboni driver became a sensation when he became the 1st emergency backup goalie to win a NHL game as well as the oldest goalie to win a game in his 1st appearance in the NHL.
Air traffic controllers from across Canada send pizzas to counterparts across the border working without pay during the partial U.S. government shutdown: