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CFL commissioner Ambrosie not closing the door on resumption of XFL partnership talks

CFL commissioner Ambrosie not closing the door on resumption of XFL partnership talks

The focus remains on the 2021 season but CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie hasn't closed the door on partnership talks with the XFL. Last month, the two leagues announced separately that negotiations had ended.
After long delay due to global pandemic, CFL finally set to resume playing football

After long delay due to global pandemic, CFL finally set to resume playing football

Commissioner Randy Ambrosie and the CFL are finally back in the football business. The CFL kicks off the '21 season Thursday night, its first action since the 2019 Grey Cup game.
Canadian Tajon Buchanan continues remarkable rise with MLS all-star selection

Canadian Tajon Buchanan continues remarkable rise with MLS all-star selection

Canadian international Tajon Buchanan's remarkable rise continued Wednesday when he was named an MLS all-star. The 22-year-old winger from Brampton, Ont.
Ticats relish the opportunity to end lengthy Grey Cup drought at Tim Hortons Field

Ticats relish the opportunity to end lengthy Grey Cup drought at Tim Hortons Field

Much of the sting might be gone, but Brandon Banks will draw upon the pain of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' 2019 Grey Cup loss when the CFL finally resumes play.
Bo Levi Mitchell leads a Calgary Stampeders lineup with a lot of new faces

Bo Levi Mitchell leads a Calgary Stampeders lineup with a lot of new faces

The Calgary Stampeders enter the CFL season with a healthy Bo Levi Mitchell, after taking time off during training camp to rest a sore groin, and a host of fresh faces.
De Grasse ends Canada's two-day medal drought in Tokyo in electrifying fashion

De Grasse ends Canada's two-day medal drought in Tokyo in electrifying fashion

TOKYO — After two days without any medals at the Tokyo Olympics, Andre De Grasse got Canada back on the board with the greatest run of his stellar career.
High winds put off Royal St. John's Regatta and civic holiday in N.L.'s capital

High winds put off Royal St. John's Regatta and civic holiday in N.L.'s capital

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A historic rowing race and a civic holiday in Newfoundland and Labrador’s capital have been postponed today because of high winds. The Royal St.
Track records keep falling in fast Tokyo Games

Track records keep falling in fast Tokyo Games

TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Games just keep producing some of the fasted moments the world has ever seen on the track.
Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse races to gold in men's 200 metres

Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse races to gold in men's 200 metres

TOKYO — Canada's Andre De Grasse has raced to a gold medal in the men's 200 metres at the Tokyo Olympics. De Grasse roared to the finish line in a Canadian-record time of 19.62 seconds. Kenneth Bednarek took silver in 19.

Louis van Gaal appointed - again - as Netherlands coach

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Louis van Gaal has been appointed to his third stint as coach of the Netherlands following the national team's disappointing showing at the European Championship, the country's soccer federation announced Wednesday.