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Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews speaks out on climate change in Instagram post

Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews speaks out on climate change in Instagram post

Hockey star Jonathan Toews says the only way to solve climate change is to set aside personal agendas and think on a broader scale.

Plouffe scores 12 as Canada beats Ukraine to wrap-up five-game exhibition series

BORDEAUX, France — Katherine Plouffe had 12 points and nine rebounds as Canada beat Ukraine 76-59 on Friday to conclude a five-game exhibition series.
Canada's light heavyweights on display as Stevenson defends title; Pascal, Alvarez clash

Canada's light heavyweights on display as Stevenson defends title; Pascal, Alvarez clash

MONTREAL — Canada's presence in the light heavyweight division will be on display when Adonis Stevenson, Jean Pascal and Eleider Alvarez appear in the same Bell Centre ring on Saturday night.
Trainer Casse still unsure if State of Honor will run in Plate or Plate Trial

Trainer Casse still unsure if State of Honor will run in Plate or Plate Trial

TORONTO — Trainer Mark Casse remains unsure whether State of Honor will run in the $1-million Queen's Plate, and if he does what path the horse will take to Canada's most prestigious thoroughbred race.
Sedins eager to get to work with Canucks rookie head coach Travis Green

Sedins eager to get to work with Canucks rookie head coach Travis Green

VANCOUVER — When the Vancouver Canucks hired Travis Green as their new head coach this spring, a video of his fight with Dan Cloutier from their playing days was widely circulating online.

Canada downs Belgium 3-2 to open World League volleyball season

NOVI SAD, Serbia — Canada's men's volleyball team won its FIVB World League Group 1 opener on Friday, defeating Belgium 3-2. Set scores were 25-22, 19-25, 26-24, 23-25 and 15-13.
Contrast in Styles: Vancouver Whitecaps set to host high-flying Atlanta United

Contrast in Styles: Vancouver Whitecaps set to host high-flying Atlanta United

VANCOUVER — Jordan Harvey was still shaking his head Sunday morning. The Vancouver Whitecaps had thoroughly dominated D.C.

3 Ex-Penn St officials get jail terms in Sandusky abuse case

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Impact, Red Bulls both needing wins in first meeting since conference semifinal

Impact, Red Bulls both needing wins in first meeting since conference semifinal

MONTREAL — For most of their first five seasons in Major League Soccer the Montreal Impact were dominated by the New York Red Bulls, but that all changed with a playoff upset in an Eastern Conference semifinal last October.
Pens trying to scratch their way to Cup without injured two-time all star Kris Letang

Pens trying to scratch their way to Cup without injured two-time all star Kris Letang

PITTSBURGH — Chasing a second straight Stanley Cup without Kris Letang hasn't been easy for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The defending champs have been trying to scratch their way to the top without their injured No. 1 defenceman.