Canadian Sports

Habs plan for paperless tickets as Leafs watch

July 21, 2017

Lance Hornby, Postmedia Network Jul 20, 2017 , Last Updated: 10:51 PM ET That treasured pair of tickets in hand to watch Canada’s two oldest NHL teams, or to keep the same stubs as a souvenir, might soon be ending. The Montreal Canadiens plan to do away with most paper tickets for home games...
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On struggling Ticats, QB Lulay and B.C. wildfire relief

July 18, 2017

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have been down this road before, starting slowly before scratching and clawing their way into contention. That doesn’t make staring at an 0-3 record and three lopsided losses any easier. While Hamilton has a history of slow starts that turn into strong seasons — they began 1-4 in 2013 and 1-6...
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Roger Federer wins 8th men’s singles title at Wimbledon

July 16, 2017

Howard Fendrich, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jul 16, 2017 , Last Updated: 11:15 AM ET LONDON — Roger Federer’s wait for an eighth title at Wimbledon is over. Federer earned his eighth championship at the All England Club and 19th major trophy overall. He capped a marvellous fortnight in which he never dropped a set...
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Penalties, bobbles sink Argonauts in Winnipeg

July 14, 2017

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers weren’t concerned with their second straight slow start on offence. Running back Andrew Harris made up for it later in the game. Harris had two touchdowns on the ground as Winnipeg came away with a 33-25 win over the Toronto Argonauts on Thursday. “We’ve got to do a...
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Sparks, insults fly as Mayweather, McGregor face off

July 11, 2017

DANIEL AUSTIN, Postmedia Network Jul 11, 2017 , Last Updated: 6:41 PM ET A day before they’re set to take the stage in Toronto, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor squared off across from one another for the first time. As far as a preview of what Toronto fight fans should expect, well … not...
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