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6 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
It's not supposed to be this way for a football team in February and March - especially one that missed the playoffs and suffered a failed comeback attempt from its star quarterback.
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12 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Amanda Thompson and the W.J. Mouat Hawks are off to the B.C. AAA semifinals after beating Riverside on Thursday.
A look inside the Winnipeg Blue Bombers locker room during a private tour of the CFL team's football operations at Investors Group Field on the University of Manitoba campus on Fri., May 10, 2013 in Winnipeg, Man.
Canadian football hall of famer and former lieutenant-governor of Alberta Norman Kwong labelled the decision by his old high school to scrap its sports team name - the Redmen - "silly".
Former Purdue quarterback Robert Marve has signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League.
The Ottawa REDBLACKS have added versatile veteran Canadian wide receiver Paris Jackson to the team roster.
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment is being pushed by city officials to bring the Toronto Argonauts to BMO Field, the company's chief executive says.
Winnipeg aerial dancer Talia Pura, pictured in this file photo, offers a 45-minute drop-in dance class at Panthers Gym.
Angus Reid appeared in three Grey Cup Games, winning twice with the Lions in 2006 and 2011.
Pierce retired Tuesday after a nine season career that saw him throw for 15,289 yards, 76 touchdowns, 1,200 completions, and 130 games played.
Buck Pierce, who announced his retirement as a player in the CFL earlier this week, is rejoining the league as a coach with his former team the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Western Mustangs football head coach Greg Marshall watches as recruit Mackenzie Ferguson of London puts on a Mustangs jersey at Lone Star Texas Grill Thursday.
The school-wide assembly at Sir John A. Macdonald Collegiate Institute was part of the team's on-going effort to educate against gender-based violence.
Veteran kicker Justin Palardy has joined the Ottawa REDBLACKS. The 25-year-old graduate of the Saint Mary's Huskies and native of Truro, N.S. arrives in Ottawa after spending the last four seasons with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and part of his rookie year with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Jon Cornish's outstanding season in the Canadian Football League in 2013 has earned the New Westminster native yet another accolade.
In December, Kevin Glenn was ecstatic about joining the Ottawa Redblacks. Now the veteran quarterback wants the CFL expansion squad to trade him elsewhere.
New Alouettes head coach Tom Higgins unveiled his 2014 coaching staff today, naming Rick Worman as the team's offensive coordinator.