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Canada's Eugenie Bouchard falls in second round of U.S. Open qualifiers

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard falls in second round of U.S. Open qualifiers

NEW YORK — Canada's Eugenie Bouchard fell 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 to Ukraine's Dayana Yastremska in the second round of qualifying at the U.S. Open on Thursday. Bouchard had three aces and three double faults, while breaking on two of her 11 opportunities.
Brooke Rivers leads Canadian amateurs after first round of CPKC Women's Open

Brooke Rivers leads Canadian amateurs after first round of CPKC Women's Open

VANCOUVER — Brooke Rivers says she's just focused on playing golf at this week's CPKC Women's Open. But she still stopped to sign an autograph for a young girl as she crossed over from her front nine to the back nine.
Japan's Yuka Saso first-round leader at CPKC Women's Open in Vancouver

Japan's Yuka Saso first-round leader at CPKC Women's Open in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The biggest challenge Japan's Yuka Saso faced at the CPKC Women's Open were the bugs at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club.
B.C. fire crews temporarily pulled out as protest tried to 'overwhelm' RCMP blockade

B.C. fire crews temporarily pulled out as protest tried to 'overwhelm' RCMP blockade

The BC Wildfire Service has confirmed it temporarily reassigned crews fighting fires in the province's Shuswap region after protesters showed up at an RCMP roadblock Wednesday evening in what police say was an effort to "overwhelm" the blockade.
Canadians Johnston, Gallant have solid start to season-ending Elite Series event

Canadians Johnston, Gallant have solid start to season-ending Elite Series event

CLAYTON, N.Y. — Mother Nature didn't do much to slow down Canadians Chris Johnston and Cooper Gallant on Thursday at the Elite Series season-ending tournament on the St. Lawrence River. Johnston, of Peterborough, Ont.
Canada's Leylah Fernandez ousted in quarterfinals of Tennis in the Land tournament

Canada's Leylah Fernandez ousted in quarterfinals of Tennis in the Land tournament

CLEVELAND — Canada's Leylah Fernandez fell 6-3, 6-2 to Germany's Tatjana Maria in the quarterfinals of the Tennis in the Land WTA 250 event on Thursday. Fernandez of Laval, Que.
Ohio University QB Kurtis Rourke ranked No. 1 prospect on CFL scouting list

Ohio University QB Kurtis Rourke ranked No. 1 prospect on CFL scouting list

TORONTO — Kurtis Rourke has secured family bragging rights. The Ohio University quarterback was the top player listed Thursday in the CFL Scouting Bureau's fall edition of the top-20 prospects for next year's draft.
Mother tells B.C. murder trial of final embrace with teenage girl, hours before death

Mother tells B.C. murder trial of final embrace with teenage girl, hours before death

VANCOUVER — The mother of a 13-year-old girl found dead in a British Columbia park six years ago has told a murder trial how she gave her a last hug, hours before the girl's death. Testifying for a second day at the B.C.
N.W.T. wildfires disrupt phone, internet services as evacuee anxiety mounts

N.W.T. wildfires disrupt phone, internet services as evacuee anxiety mounts

YELLOWKNIFE — Wildfires continued to disrupt communication services Thursday in the Northwest Territories while crews braced for a tough two days fighting the blaze threatening the capital city of Yellowknife.

Judge OKs updated Great Lakes fishing agreement between native tribes, state and federal agencies

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A federal judge on Thursday approved an agreement between four Native American tribes and state and federal regulatory agencies to revise a fishing policy covering parts of three of the Great Lakes.