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History repeating on Canadian men's downhill ski team

History repeating on Canadian men's downhill ski team

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Canadians climbing the men's downhill racing ladder as a group and challenging European domination is a familiar script.
O'Shea focused on exit interviews as contract with Bombers nears end

O'Shea focused on exit interviews as contract with Bombers nears end

WINNIPEG — Mike O’Shea doesn’t have a pen in hand poised to sign a new contract as head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. That doesn’t mean, though, that a deal isn't around the corner.
Canada-Belgium World Cup game attracts much Proline interest

Canada-Belgium World Cup game attracts much Proline interest

TORONTO — The Canada-Belgium World Cup soccer game garnered plenty of attention on the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp.'s Proline betting service.
Toronto Argonauts hold rally to celebrate Grey Cup win over Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Toronto Argonauts hold rally to celebrate Grey Cup win over Winnipeg Blue Bombers

TORONTO — The Grey Cup party continued Thursday for cornerback Shaquille Richardson and the Toronto Argonauts. The Argos were honoured at a rally following their 24-23 Grey Cup victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Sunday in Regina.
Hall of Fame defenceman Borje Salming dead at 71 after battle with ALS

Hall of Fame defenceman Borje Salming dead at 71 after battle with ALS

TORONTO — Hall of Fame defenceman Borje Salming, who starred for the Toronto Maple Leafs over 16 NHL seasons and was a trailblazer for Europeans who later made their mark in the world's top pro hockey league, has died at 71 after a battle with amyotr

Blue Bombers agree to terms with Pat Neufeld

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers agreed to terms on a one-year contract extension with Canadian lineman Pat Neufeld on Thursday. The six-foot-six, 307-pound Regina native returns for his ninth season in Winnipeg and 12th in the CFL.
Against Croatia, Canadian men look to turn performance into points at World Cup

Against Croatia, Canadian men look to turn performance into points at World Cup

UMM ŞALĀL ‘ALĪ, Qatar — Coach John Herdman says Canada achieved two of its objectives in Wednesday's 1-0 loss to Belgium, a result that earned the Canadian men plenty of praise but no precious World Cup points.
Iranian soccer player arrested amid World Cup scrutiny

Iranian soccer player arrested amid World Cup scrutiny

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran arrested a prominent former member of its national soccer team on Thursday over his criticism of the government as authorities grapple with nationwide protests that have cast a shadow over its competition at th
Croatia takes note of Canada coach John Herdman's post-game comment at World Cup

Croatia takes note of Canada coach John Herdman's post-game comment at World Cup

DOHA, Qatar — An emotional John Herdman has apparently given Croatia some bulletin-board material ahead of its World Cup showdown with Canada on Sunday. Immediately after Wednesday's 1-0 loss to second-ranked Belgium — a game that saw No.
Herdman looked to former astronaut Chris Hadfield to launch Canada's World Cup ride

Herdman looked to former astronaut Chris Hadfield to launch Canada's World Cup ride

UMM ŞALĀL ‘ALĪ, Qatar — While no slouch as a motivational speaker himself, John Herdman looked for a different voice ahead of the Canadian men's return to the World Cup after a 36-year absence.
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