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CFL awards 2020 Grey Cup game to Regina, 2021 contest to Hamilton

TORONTO — He won three Grey Cups as a player, another as a head coach and two as an executive with the Toronto Argonauts, but it's the 1996 CFL championship that will forever resonate with Mike (Pinball) Clemons.

Stone, Duchene, Dzingel sit against Devils as trade rumours continue

NEWARK, N.J. — Senators forwards Matt Duchene, Mark Stone and Ryan Dzingel were all healthy scratches for Ottawa's game Thursday night at New Jersey.
Toronto Wolfpack after Sonny Bill Williams or another top-five world rugby talent

Toronto Wolfpack after Sonny Bill Williams or another top-five world rugby talent

TORONTO — The Toronto Wolfpack is looking to bring New Zealand star Sonny Bill Williams to Canada.
Abel begins diving season on brink of record for most worlds medals

Abel begins diving season on brink of record for most worlds medals

MONTREAL — Jennifer Abel could make history this summer in Gwangju, South Korea, as she attempts to become the most decorated Canadian athlete in the history of the world aquatics championships. The 27-year-old Laval, Que.

Romero shoots 66 to lead Puerto Rico Open, Hearn two shots back

RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico — Andres Romero shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday to take the first-round lead in the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open, while Canada's David Hearn was part of a group two shots back.
A look back at the glittering MMA career of Canadian Georges St-Pierre

A look back at the glittering MMA career of Canadian Georges St-Pierre

From dethroning UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes to packing the Rogers Centre, Canadian Georges St-Pierre has been long front and centre in the mixed martial arts world. A look at five of his most memorable moments.

A look at who could win CHL goaltender of the year honours for 2018-19

TORONTO — The three major junior leagues making up the Canadian Hockey League will name their top goaltenders at seasons end with individual awards, but only one can be crowned the best in Canada.

Canadian running back Kienan Lafrance rejoins Saskatchewan Roughriders

REGINA — Kienan Lafrance is back with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The Canadian running back signed a one-year deal with Saskatchewan on Thursday.

Charity near and dear to CFL offensive lineman Josiah St. John's heart

With his football future in limbo, Josiah St. John is taking some time to kick the rust off his jump shot. The hulking six-foot-five, 309-pound offensive lineman is currently a CFL free agent after three seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Federal government set to develop code of conduct for sport in Canada

Federal government set to develop code of conduct for sport in Canada

OTTAWA — The federal government is developing a comprehensive code of conduct aimed at protecting athletes from abuse and harassment at all levels — from the playground to the Olympic Games.