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John Herdman developing a "no-excuses" environment CONCACAF road games

John Herdman developing a "no-excuses" environment CONCACAF road games

TORONTO — Canada's men's soccer team is done with excuses. So when John Herdman's players venture into the unfriendly confines of Warner Park Football Field — the St.
Fresh off disappointing season, Montreal Alouettes' brass talk playoffs in 2019

Fresh off disappointing season, Montreal Alouettes' brass talk playoffs in 2019

MONTREAL — The Montreal Alouettes are promising a playoff team in 2019 to their long-suffering fan base.
Canucks send forward Boeser back to Vancouver to have groin injury examined

Canucks send forward Boeser back to Vancouver to have groin injury examined

BOSTON — The Canucks have sent forward Brock Boeser back to Vancouver to have a groin injury examined a specialist.
Red Kelly one of many symbols of Maple Leafs' long connection to military

Red Kelly one of many symbols of Maple Leafs' long connection to military

TORONTO — Red Kelly did his part to support Canadian forces overseas during the Second World War by working on the family farm when he wasn't playing hockey.
Five questions with Canadian women's hockey team GM Gina Kingsbury

Five questions with Canadian women's hockey team GM Gina Kingsbury

SASKATOON — Five questions with two-time Olympic gold medallist Gina Kingsbury, who took over as Hockey Canada's director of women's national teams this year from Melody Davidson. Davidson remains with the team as a scout.
Canada losing ground on abuse and harassment reporting in sports: study

Canada losing ground on abuse and harassment reporting in sports: study

Sheldon Kennedy's sexual abuse case against hockey coach Graham James rocked Canadian sport in the late 1990s, and Canada stepped up, writing one of the strongest sexual harassment and abuse policies in the world, experts say.
Canadian team finishes third in new event at world trampoline championships

Canadian team finishes third in new event at world trampoline championships

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Canada captured bronze in the inaugural team event on Thursday at the world trampoline championships. The Canadian squad featured two-time Olympic champion Rosie MacLennan of King City, Ont.

CFL East semifinal on Remembrance Day to pause for moment of silence

TORONTO — The CFL will pause Sunday's Eastern semifinal for a moment of silence to honour Canada's veterans. The game in Hamilton between the Tiger-Cats and B.C.
McGill University to hold referendum on changing team nickname

McGill University to hold referendum on changing team nickname

Ross Montour says the time is right for McGill University to change its team nickname.
OHL appears to have government support in fight against paying players

OHL appears to have government support in fight against paying players

Commissioner David Branch is standing firm in his belief that the players in the Ontario Hockey League are there for the love of the game, and shouldn't be getting paid for their services. It appears that the Ontario government agrees.