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Veteran CFL head referee Glen Johnson retired Monday after 24 years as an official to become the league's vice-president of officiating.
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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford watches the CFL eastern final football game between the Toronto Argonauts and the Hamilton Tiger Cats in Toronto on Nov. 17, 2013.
Leaving health-care workers' jobs unfilled or deliberately delaying job postings affects patient care and will cost more in the long run, a Saskatchewan union says.
The Ottawa Redblacks may have found their man. According to a CFL source requesting anonymity, the REDBLACKS have chosen Calgary Stampeders defensive coordinator Rick Campbell as their first head coach.
New Argonauts defensive co-ordinator Tim Burke won Grey Cups in Montreal in the same role in 2009 and 2010.
Burke served as head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers from August 2012 through the 2013 season before being relieved of those duties.
The Blue Bombers didn't just get a new coach on Wednesday, but a new all-star too, as linebacker Henoc Muamba was named to the 2013 CFL all-star team.
Of most interest and significance for fans in Ottawa this off-season is who the Redblacks will settle on as franchise quarterback.
Saskatoon city council gathered on Dec. 3-4 to discuss and debate the proposed 7.26 per cent tax hike.
For years, many celebrities in the U.S. and elsewhere have been open about being gay.
One-time Argos linebacker Mike O'Shea was part of three Grey Cup-winning teams with Toronto in 1996, 1997 and 2004.
Aaron Gray, a reserve center for the Toronto Raptors, recalled a recent game when the team was clanking shots and looking sluggish.
Rogers Communications has bought the naming rights to the future home of the Edmonton Oilers, expanding its already wide reach in Canadian professional sports.