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Triathlon Magazine Canada (blog)

Canaqua Sports set to launch new season
Triathlon Magazine Canada (blog)
In looking at the 2017 season, Canaqua Sports saw considerable growth as it expanded to 10 open water swim events across Canada, and successfully launched its SwimRun Challenge with 2 events in Ontario. The company is looking at adding more races ...



Calgary Herald

Inside the newest exhibit at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Horses in Sport
Calgary Herald
Amid all of the equine-related items on display at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Sandy Hawley could not help but be reminded of his glory days of thoroughbred racing. “I had an opportunity to have a half-decent career,” understated Hawley, one of the ...
Equine exhibit opens at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame | CTV ...CTV News

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CBC.ca

IOC calms Winter Olympics concern amid North Korea tension
CBC.ca
Olympic officials in winter sports hubs like Canada, Austria, Denmark and Sweden said it was too early to doubt their athletes' participation in Pyeongchang, where the Games open on Feb. 9. "The safety of our entire Canadian Olympic Team is always our ...
French Olympic Team To Skip 2018 Winter Games if North Korea Tensions ContinueNBCNews.com
Olympics - France to skip 2018 Winter Games if security not assuredThe Star Online
France ready to skip 2018 Winter Games if security risk too greatEurosport.com

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CBC.ca

Canada's Wiggins expected to sign $148M deal this week - CBC.ca
CBC.ca
Canada's Andrew Wiggins will reportedly sign a five-year deal this week worth the maximum $148 million US with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Canada's Andrew Wiggins considers Minnesota contract deal without agentThe Daily Courier (subscription)

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CBC.ca

Rugby Canada looks to turn men's program around
CBC.ca
After firing coach Mark Anscombe following a failed first crack at World Cup qualifying, Rugby Canada is starting to put the people in place to help turn around the men's national team program. A new men's coach is expected to be named this week.

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BBC News

Was Aaron Hernandez a victim of sport's growing brain injury toll?
BBC News
The suicide of a jailed ex-NFL footballer later found to have had brain disease is renewing debate about the safety of sports where high impacts are common. Aaron Hernandez, 27, suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a condition ...
Aaron Hernandez's brain showed 'severe' case of CTE: LawyerCBC.ca
Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez had 'most severe' brain diseaseBBC News

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Toronto Star

Canadian Tire pledges $50 million toward accessible sports and ...
Toronto Star
Children should be challenged by sport, not by their access to it,” Canadian Tire CEO Stephen Wetmore said. “It is our belief that when children of all abilities ...

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CBC.ca

Canada's top youth hockey league taking concussions head-on
CBC.ca
Hockey continues to evolve at rapid speed. Players are getting bigger, stronger and faster, and the quickening pace of the game means decisions have to be made in a blink of an eye. The way in which injuries are identified, diagnosed and treated is ...

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NHL.com

O'Leary, Prince Edward Island ready for Hockeyville Canada spotlight
NHL.com
As the winners of Hockeyville, a competition now in its 11th year in Canada, O'Leary will receive $100,000 for upgrades to its community rink, O'Leary Sports Center. The improvements are much needed and most welcome. "Hockey is our lifeblood in the ...

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National Post

Royal welcome: Prince Harry arrives in Toronto for the Invictus Games
National Post
Prince Harry shakes the hand of an athlete during a pre Invictus Games training session at Pan Am Sports Centre on September 22, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. Chris Jackson/Getty Images for Invictus Games. “That was pretty good, wasn't it,” she told reporters.
Hundreds to compete as third Invictus Games gets under way in TorontoSky News
A rookie's guide to the Invictus GamesToronto Star
Crowd of royal watchers greet Prince Harry in Toronto on eve of Invictus GamesCBC.ca
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