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The Youngstown Vindicator
Record ReviewsShelby Lynne and Allison Moorer Album: “Not Dark Yet” (Silver Cross/Thirty Tig
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 56 minutes ago
Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer Album: “Not Dark Yet” (Silver Cross/Thirty Tigers) Grade: A It’s been said that something mystical distinguishes the harmonies forged by siblings from those of ordinary mortals, and nothing Shelby Lynne and Allison... Read more
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CBC.ca
Be the tortoise, not the hare: Alberta man celebrates 80th birthday with 100th marathonMarathon runner Roger Macmillan gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "over t
CBC.ca / Posted an hour ago
Marathon runner Roger Macmillan gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "over the hill." The Fort Saskatchewan man has conquered a few of them over the years, and will be celebrating his upcoming 80th birthday in October by running his 100th full... Read more
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TSN
Roughriders trade Collins to Tiger-CatsHAMILTON — Wide receiver Ricky Collins Jr. was acquired by the Hamilton Tiger-C
TSN / Posted an hour ago
HAMILTON — Wide receiver Ricky Collins Jr. was acquired by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Friday night in a trade with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Hamilton also got a seventh round pick in the 2018 CFL draft. Saskatchewan received international... Read more
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CTV News
Can millennials afford to buy a home? It depends where they liveDo millennials think they can afford to buy a home? If they live in Atlantic Ca
CTV News / Posted 2 hours ago
Do millennials think they can afford to buy a home? If they live in Atlantic Canada, the answer is a lot more likely to be yes. The survey found that about 35 per cent of those aged 25 to 30 already own homes, and that figure was fairly consistent... Read more
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BC Local News
Demand eclipses supply for protective glasses for safe solar eclipse viewingTORONTO — Ali Van Orman is still looking for specialized glasses to protect her
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
TORONTO — Ali Van Orman is still looking for specialized glasses to protect her family's eyes during Monday's solar eclipse because she never counted on demand totally eclipsing supply. She tried to buy a coveted pair of solar eclipse glasses for... Read more
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CTV News
Millennials in Atlantic Canada most optimistic about owning homesDo millennials think they can afford to buy a home? If they live in Atlantic Ca
CTV News / Posted 5 hours ago
Do millennials think they can afford to buy a home? If they live in Atlantic Canada, the answer is a lot more likely to be yes. The survey found that about 35 per cent of those aged 25 to 30 already own homes, and that figure was fairly consistent... Read more
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Strathmore Standard
Green Bar the set of new music videoThe band the Beautiful Scars showcased their classic rock tunes during the laun
Strathmore Standard / Posted 8 hours ago
The band the Beautiful Scars showcased their classic rock tunes during the launch of their debut EP and the filming of their new music video. “To do it [release the EP] in our home town is great. It was a lot of work getting here, it’s a year’s... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Rams signing LB Davis TullThe Rams are signing linebacker Davis Tull, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL N
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted 8 hours ago
The Rams are signing linebacker Davis Tull, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. Tull was a fifth-round pick of the Saints out of Tennessee-Chattanooga in 2015. He spent his first season on injured reserve. New Orleans released him before the... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
The Dead South perform boot-stompin’ Wapiti setThe Dead South performed a boot-stomping concert Friday night, August 11, and b
Fernie Free Press / Posted 13 hours ago
The Dead South performed a boot-stomping concert Friday night, August 11, and brought many onto the grass to sing and dance along. This was their first time in Fernie. The Saskatchewan folk band has recently risen up the charts for their successful... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
Ontario’s first Chief Digital Officer tackling provincial problems through a digital lensIt’s a commonly-held belief that governments move at a glacial pace when it com
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 15 hours ago
It’s a commonly-held belief that governments move at a glacial pace when it comes to making decisions and adopting new technology, but the province of Ontario is hoping to change that with its new hire. Hillary Hartley was named Ontario’s first... Read more
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BC Local News
National lawn bowling championships kick off in ColwoodRoughly 180 of the country's best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for
BC Local News / Posted 15 hours ago
Roughly 180 of the country's best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for the 2017 Canadian Lawn Bowling Championships in Colwood this week. Hosted by the Juan de Fuca Lawn Bowling Club located behind The Q Centre, the tournament kicked off... Read more
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Oak Bay News
National lawn bowling championships kick off in ColwoodRoughly 180 of the country’s best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for
Oak Bay News / Posted 16 hours ago
Roughly 180 of the country’s best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for the 2017 Canadian Lawn Bowling Championships in Colwood this week. Hosted by the Juan de Fuca Lawn Bowling Club located behind The Q Centre, the tournament kicked off... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
National lawn bowling championships kick off in ColwoodRoughly 180 of the country’s best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 16 hours ago
Roughly 180 of the country’s best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for the 2017 Canadian Lawn Bowling Championships in Colwood this week. Hosted by the Juan de Fuca Lawn Bowling Club located behind The Q Centre, the tournament kicked off... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
National lawn bowling championships kick off in ColwoodRoughly 180 of the country’s best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 16 hours ago
Roughly 180 of the country’s best lawn bowlers have descended on the region for the 2017 Canadian Lawn Bowling Championships in Colwood this week. Hosted by the Juan de Fuca Lawn Bowling Club located behind The Q Centre, the tournament kicked off... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Sold out! Demand eclipses supply for protective glasses for safely watching solar eclipseTORONTO — Ali Van Orman is still looking for specialized glasses to protect her
Calgary Sun / Posted 17 hours ago
TORONTO — Ali Van Orman is still looking for specialized glasses to protect her family’s eyes during Monday’s solar eclipse because she never counted on demand totally eclipsing supply. She tried to buy a coveted pair of solar eclipse glasses for... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Q&A with Calgary Flames head coach Glen GulutzanAfter some time to relax, re-energize and reel in fish at his cabin in Saskatch
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
After some time to relax, re-energize and reel in fish at his cabin in Saskatchewan, Calgary Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan will be back in his office at the Saddledome next week. The Flames report for main camp in mid-September. Postmedia’s Wes... Read more
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The News & Observer
Whatever happened to Armanti Edwards? Let him tell you all about itCarolina Panthers | Former Appalachian star Armanti Edwards finds new life in C
The News & Observer / Posted 19 hours ago
Carolina Panthers | Former Appalachian star Armanti Edwards finds new life in CFL | News & Observer Armanti Edwards (10) of the Toronto Argonauts fights for extra yardage in a recent game against Saskatchewan. Edwards, a former star quarterback at... Read more
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CTV News
Demand across Canada outpaces supply for solar eclipse glassesTORONTO - Ali Van Orman is still looking for specialized glasses to protect her
CTV News / Posted 20 hours ago
TORONTO - Ali Van Orman is still looking for specialized glasses to protect her family's eyes during Monday's solar eclipse because she never counted on demand totally eclipsing supply. She tried to buy a coveted pair of solar eclipse glasses for... Read more
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BC Local News
Former CFL player Evraire to donate brainKen Evraire will donate his brain to science but the former CFL receiver is fea
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Ken Evraire will donate his brain to science but the former CFL receiver is fearful about what doctors might find. "They could say, 'We examined his brain and found nothing," the 52-year-old Toronto native said with a chuckle. "Many coaches would... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Artists create body paint projectThree local artists have created a Canadian-themed body paint project depicting
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Three local artists have created a Canadian-themed body paint project depicting every one of Canada’s provinces on implied-nude models. The project is a gallery of photographs of painted implied-nude models taken over a span of two years and is... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Tale of stolen Sto:lo boys a lost story no moreThe kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted yesterday
The kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story no more. A memorial pole by Coast Salish artist Terry Horne of Chilliwack is being unveiled as a public art installation Saturday afternoon in Hope, as part of the Lost... Read more
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BC Local News
Tale of stolen Sto:lo boys a lost story no moreThe kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
The kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story no more. A memorial pole by Coast Salish artist Terry Horne of Chilliwack is being unveiled as a public art installation Saturday afternoon in Hope, as part of the Lost... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Tale of stolen Sto:lo boys a lost story no moreThe kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
The kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story no more. A memorial pole by Coast Salish artist Terry Horne of Chilliwack is being unveiled as a public art installation Saturday afternoon in Hope, as part of the Lost... Read more
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Hope Standard
Tale of stolen Sto:lo boys a lost story no moreThe kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story
Hope Standard / Posted yesterday
The kidnapping of a Sto:lo boy during the 1850s gold rush will be a lost story no more. A memorial pole by Coast Salish artist Terry Horne of Chilliwack is being unveiled as a public art installation Saturday afternoon in Hope, as part of the Lost... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Wolves name women’s volleyball coachA familiar face has returned to the helm of the GPRC Wolves women’s volleyball
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted yesterday
A familiar face has returned to the helm of the GPRC Wolves women’s volleyball program. Earlier this week, the Wolves announced Chantelle LaMotte would be the team’s head coach for the 2017-2018 season. In July 2015, LaMotte first joined the... Read more
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TSN
‘Indecisive’ Jennings gets another chanceIt’s reassuring to B.C. Lions quarterback Jon Jennings that at least on one lev
TSN / Posted yesterday
It’s reassuring to B.C. Lions quarterback Jon Jennings that at least on one level an accurate likeness of him has been identified in the past few days. Ask him whether the promotional bobblehead that will be given out prior to Friday’s CFL game at... Read more
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CTV News
Former CFL receiver Evraire makes decision to donate brain to Boston UniversityKen Evraire will donate his brain to science but the former CFL receiver is fea
CTV News / Posted yesterday
Ken Evraire will donate his brain to science but the former CFL receiver is fearful about what doctors might find. "They could say, 'We examined his brain and found nothing," the 52-year-old Toronto native said with a chuckle. "Many coaches would... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Tri-region athletes soak up Canada Games experiencTwo tri-region softball players returned home with more than medals hanging aro
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted yesterday
Two tri-region softball players returned home with more than medals hanging around their necks this summer after representing Team Alberta at the Canada Summer Games from July 28 to Aug. 13. Shortstop Mikhayla Doroshuk and first baseman Becki... Read more
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BC Local News
Abbotsford youth rugby talent competing at Canadian Rugby ChampionshipsSeveral local players were selected on the B.C. Rugby U15 to U17 boys and girls
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Several local players were selected on the B.C. Rugby U15 to U17 boys and girls teams at the event in the Alberta city. Abbotsford players heading to the event include: Brock McCartney (U17 boys), Braden Verleur (U17 boys), Kashish Arya (U17 girls),... Read more
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TSN
Ex- CFL WR Evraire will donate brain to BUKen Evraire will donate his brain to science but the former CFL receiver is fea
TSN / Posted yesterday
Ken Evraire will donate his brain to science but the former CFL receiver is fearful about what doctors might find. "They could say, 'We examined his brain and found nothing," the 52-year-old Toronto native said with a chuckle. "Many coaches would... Read more
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Calgary Sun
First Alberta dental-fee guide in 20 yearsA dental fee guide is being released today following a review of prices in Albe
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
A dental fee guide is being released today following a review of prices in Alberta for dental services, the first one in 20 years. The Alberta Dental Association and College said in a release that the guide “will allow dentists to create downward... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
RCMP rescue person in distress from riverQuick actions from Fort Saskatchewan RCMP pull an individual safely from river.
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Quick actions from Fort Saskatchewan RCMP pull an individual safely from river. The incident occurred near 9 p.m. on Aug. 10 along the river bank in Turner Park. Seven RCMP members responded to the call with assistance from the Fort Saskatchewan... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort passionate about child careChild care quality and affordability were the main concerns discussed with Albe
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Child care quality and affordability were the main concerns discussed with Alberta’s child services minister Danielle Larivee while she was in Fort Saskatchewan on Aug. 10. The meeting amongst 25 childcare advocates took place with Larivee at the... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Pizza Pantry offers cool treatsTimes may be tough but one local business is using the economic downturn as mot
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Times may be tough but one local business is using the economic downturn as motivation to think outside the box. Ollie’s Pizza Pantry, formerly known as Pizza Delight, is now selling ice cream and edible cookie dough in Fort Saskatchewan. Although... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Youthfest to showcase local talent Aug.19Get ready for eager youth to show off their talent, provide games, booths, perf
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Get ready for eager youth to show off their talent, provide games, booths, performances and a food truck as part of this weekend’s Youthfest. This first time event is a collaboration between Fort Saskatchewan Boys and Girls Club and the City. It... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
New trail system nears completionA new regional trail system is almost complete. Linking Strathcona County to F
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
A new regional trail system is almost complete. Linking Strathcona County to Fort Saskatchewan and Edmonton, the Trans Canada Trail contributed $825,000 towards creating 6.5 kilometres of gravel trail along Range Road 232, north of Highway 16 to... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fire damages Field Upgrading pilot plantFort Saskatchewan Fire Department (FSFD) responded to a fire call that left one
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Fort Saskatchewan Fire Department (FSFD) responded to a fire call that left one of two Field Upgrading pilot plants damaged in the early morning hours of Aug. 4. FSFD responded to the fire call at 1:30 a.m. on the north east edge of the city on... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Abbotsford youth rugby talent competing at Canadian Rugby ChampionshipsSeveral local players were selected on the B.C. Rugby U15 to U17 boys and girls
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
Several local players were selected on the B.C. Rugby U15 to U17 boys and girls teams at the event in the Alberta city. Abbotsford players heading to the event include: Brock McCartney (U17 boys), Braden Verleur (U17 boys), Kashish Arya (U17 girls),... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Country Thunder booms back into Calgary, bigger and betterCountry Thunder Alberta is back and better than ever. Well, given that the mas
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Country Thunder Alberta is back and better than ever. Well, given that the massive outdoor music festival launched only last year it's to be expected. Like any new event, Country Thunder Alberta had its share of bugs to work out the first year.... Read more
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Cold Lake Sun
Scorning a historic legacyDuring the early years of the CCF/NDP in Saskatchewan, there was a government f
Cold Lake Sun / Posted yesterday
During the early years of the CCF/NDP in Saskatchewan, there was a government factory in Moose Jaw that churned out leather boots. Premier Tommy Douglas and his MLAs used to run big ads in newspapers with bold headlines that said: “Buy Saskatchewan... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Piranhas Swim Club swam home with 32 medalsIt’s feeding season for the Piranhas and they’re showing no mercy for their pre
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
It’s feeding season for the Piranhas and they’re showing no mercy for their prey. The Fort Saskatchewan Piranhas Swim Club secured a total of 32 medals—including 13 gold, 12 silver and seven bronze—at the Region C Regionals meet in Sherwood Park on... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Local musician topping Country music chartsNashville Country singer/songwriter Donny Lee recently returned home to Fort Sa
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Nashville Country singer/songwriter Donny Lee recently returned home to Fort Saskatchewan for a visit this month after the release of his 10 track album called, ‘Who I Am.’ He returned to Nashville, Tennessee on Aug. 8 to continue performing. After... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Midget AA Red Sox finish 3rd at championshipsAlthough their season didn’t end with a win, the future looks bright for Midget
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Although their season didn’t end with a win, the future looks bright for Midget baseball in the Fort. The Fort Saskatchewan Midget AA Red Sox stepped up to the plate and battled hard, but fell a little short in the Baseball Alberta Tier 2 Provincial... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Red Sox 1 finish 1-2 at provincial championshipsTheir bats may have fizzled out in the end, but they didn’t go down without a f
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Their bats may have fizzled out in the end, but they didn’t go down without a fight. After battling the top ball clubs in the province all year, the Fort Saskatchewan Bantam AA Red Sox 1 simply ran out of firepower in the Baseball Alberta Tier 1... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Toddler walking 100 KM’s for kidney foundationFort Saskatchewan toddler Sam McKail is on a mission to walk 100 kilometres in
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Fort Saskatchewan toddler Sam McKail is on a mission to walk 100 kilometres in 100 days in support of the Calgary Kidney Foundation’s annual kidney walk and as of Aug. 14 he has already reached 81 kilometres. The kidney walk will take place Sept. 8... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Soccer association to get new mascot in 2018There’s going to be a new face on the sidelines cheering with soccer moms and d
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
There’s going to be a new face on the sidelines cheering with soccer moms and dads in the Fort. The Fort Saskatchewan Soccer Association plans to introduce the program’s first ever mascot when the new high-performance field opens in 2018. It will... Read more
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cmt.com
Shania Twain's NOW Tour Will Happen LaterTwain’s NOW Tour will make 32 stops in the U.S. and 14 stops in Canada. This to
cmt.com / Posted yesterday
Twain’s NOW Tour will make 32 stops in the U.S. and 14 stops in Canada. This tour will be the first time she’s gone out on the road since her 2015 tour. Tickets for Twain’s NOW go on sale on Aug. 25 at via Ticketmaster, and her new NOW album will be... Read more
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BC Local News
Locally penned book delivers memories of a survivorIt may have taken her a number of years, but Vera Barisenkoff has finally fulfi
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
It may have taken her a number of years, but Vera Barisenkoff has finally fulfilled a promise she made to her aunt Mary when she was just a young girl. The 81-year-old has published Mankiya:A Memoir, the story of her aunt's life and the many trials... Read more
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CBC.ca
Meet the Canadians leading the Summer Universiade medal chargeThe 29th Summer Universiade is almost here. Not familiar with the internationa
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
The 29th Summer Universiade is almost here. Not familiar with the international sporting event? Here's what you need to know and who you should watch. What is it? Held every two years, the Summer Universiade is the world's largest multi-sport... Read more
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TSN
CFL denounces violence in Virginia with launch of T-shirtsTORONTO — Commissioner Randy Ambrosie said this weekend's violent protests in C
TSN / Posted yesterday
TORONTO — Commissioner Randy Ambrosie said this weekend's violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., prompted the CFL to unveil a new line of T-shirts Sunday in Regina rather than later this fall. The T-shirts feature the words "Diversity is... Read more
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