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Hamilton fans cheer during the opening drive in the first game at new Tim Hortons Field.
6 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
The 25th TaiwanFest featured art, music and food as well as social activism this weekend in Vancouver.
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Good morning Mizzou fans! Your Labor Day Links include quotes, stats, reactions and all the rest of Mizzou news fit to print.
Leon Pagac of Brownsville, a Centerville High School graduate who played in the NFL for two years with Washington, has hit 12 of his 15 holes-in-one at Nemacolin Country Club.
A Regina woman who was denied a haircut at a barbershop for men says she is launching a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission for discrimination.
The loss of a loved one can make football seem not very important. But Stampeders receiver Joe West says football is getting him through a tough week before he heads home for his brother's funeral.
Collaros will get the start at quarterback Monday afternoon when the Hamilton Tiger-Cats host the Toronto Arogonauts in the first game at new Tim Hortons Field.
Weston Dressler speaks to reporters upon returning to Mosaic Stadium in Regina, where the Riders and Bombers play Sunday.
The injury to Edwin Encarnacion, his premature return to the lineup and his inability to regain form has all but undone whatever hope there may have been for a Blue Jays recovery in this season now gone wrong.
Edmonton's booming growth saw a population the size of St. Albert move in over the last two years.
The daytime stage MCs - all members of the improv troupe, Hot Thespian Action - joked on Saturday afternoon about having to continue moving the stage up the stairwells, away from the river throughout the day.
July 24 marked the first meeting of the season between the Edmonton Eskimos and the Calgary Stampeders.
A fire broke out in a mechanical room at Hamilton's Tim Hortons Field early Saturday morning as crews scurry to ready the new stadium for its inaugural game, the CFL's annual Labour Day Classic between the hometown Tiger-Cats and the Toronto Argonauts.
There has been a small fire at Tim Horton's Field but it is not expected to have any impact on whether or not the stadium is ready in time for Monday's Labour Day Classic between the Ticats and Argos.
Tempers flared during last year's Banjo Bowl at Investors Group Field. The game was unusual because the Bombers actually pulled out a victory.
Ottawa Redblacks slotback Marcus Henry is tackled by Montreal Alouettes linebacker Bear Woods during fourth quarter CFL football action Friday, August 29, 2014 in Montreal.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 01:38 pm
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