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Canada loses first-place tilt with Scotland at mixed doubles curling championship

ABERDEEN, United Kingdom — Scotland took sole possession of first place in the Group A round-robin standings with an 8-5 win over Canada on Thursday at the world mixed doubles curling championship.
Calgary Flames reflect on season fizzle and frustration

Calgary Flames reflect on season fizzle and frustration

CALGARY — A mid-season coaching change in a short season didn't ignite the Calgary Flames. Calgary (26-27-3) finished fifth in the North Division and four points out of a playoff berth.
Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice says losing streak prepared Jets for playoff hockey

Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice says losing streak prepared Jets for playoff hockey

EDMONTON — It's not often an NHL head coach speaks positively of going through a stretch of nine losses in 10 games as his team approaches the playoffs.
Beleaguered Vancouver Canucks looking ahead after season marred by injuries, COVID-19

Beleaguered Vancouver Canucks looking ahead after season marred by injuries, COVID-19

VANCOUVER — After a season punctuated by a COVID-19 outbreak and a grinding schedule, the beleaguered Vancouver Canucks are looking forward. Captain Bo Horvat believes the adversity his squad weathered will make them mentally stronger.

Toronto FC loans young forward Jordan Perruzza to San Antonio FC of the USL

Toronto FC has loaned forward Jordan Perruzza to San Antonio FC of the USL Championship. The move is to give the 20-year-old from Toronto some more playing time.
Swimming Canada confirms Olympic trials in Toronto have green light

Swimming Canada confirms Olympic trials in Toronto have green light

TORONTO — Canada's Olympic swim trials can proceed next month in Toronto, Swimming Canada announced Thursday.
Veteran striker Dom Dwyer looks to repay Toronto FC for its faith in him

Veteran striker Dom Dwyer looks to repay Toronto FC for its faith in him

One game into his career with Toronto FC and veteran striker Dom Dwyer says he already has plenty to be thankful for.
U Sports honours basketball graduates for leadership in communities

U Sports honours basketball graduates for leadership in communities

U Sports basketball graduates Nancy Knowlton of the Bishop's Gaiters and George Lengvari Jr., of the Concordia Stingers and McGill Redbirds have won the inaugural Mitchell Family Alumni of the Year Awards.
PWHPA, NWHL start talking about future of women's pro hockey

PWHPA, NWHL start talking about future of women's pro hockey

CALGARY — What it will take to take to get women's professional hockey in North America out of a "slurve" seems to be more time, talk and trust.
Activist and former CFL player Balarama Holness to run for Montreal mayor

Activist and former CFL player Balarama Holness to run for Montreal mayor

MONTREAL — A community activist and former CFL player is entering the race to become mayor of Montreal. Balarama Holness announced today he'll compete for the city's top job under the banner of his new political party, Movement Montreal.