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Toronto FC exits CONCACAF Champions League at the hands of Mexico's Cruz Azul

Toronto FC exits CONCACAF Champions League at the hands of Mexico's Cruz Azul

MEXICO CITY — After watching his side exit the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League at the hands of a very good Cruz Azul team, Toronto FC head coach Chris Armas took a brief break from his stated "no excuses" policy.
Canada's Einarson continues world curling comeback with win over Scotland

Canada's Einarson continues world curling comeback with win over Scotland

CALGARY — Canada's Kerri Einarson kept chipping away at her women's world curling championship deficit with a third straight win Tuesday in Calgary.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats take tight end Jake Burt first overall in CFL draft

Hamilton Tiger-Cats take tight end Jake Burt first overall in CFL draft

He was the last player added to the '21 CFL draft but Jake Burt was the first one taken Tuesday night. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats opened the draft by taking the former Boston College tight end with the No. 1 pick.

Canada stages late comeback to defeat Haiti at CONCACAF Futsal Championship

GUATEMALA CITY — Late goals by Ian Bennett, Safwane Mlah and Bila Dicko-Raynauld lifted Canada to a 4-2 comeback win over Haiti at the CONCACAF Futsal Championship on Tuesday.

Joseph Woll makes 57 saves, Marlies edge Rocket 4-3 in OT to end skid

MONTREAL — Joseph Woll stopped 57-of-60 shots as the Toronto Marlies edged the Laval Rocket 4-3 in overtime on Tuesday in American Hockey League play.
Ontario outdoor recreational facilities to stay closed until cases drop: minister

Ontario outdoor recreational facilities to stay closed until cases drop: minister

TORONTO — Ontario's closure of outdoor recreational facilities will remain in place until COVID-19 cases decline significantly, the government said Tuesday.

Vancouver Canucks moving AHL team from New York to Abbotsford, B.C.

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks are looking to move their American Hockey League affiliate from New York to Abbotsford, B.C.
Three Canadian soccer players among 15 semifinalists for MAC Hermann Trophy

Three Canadian soccer players among 15 semifinalists for MAC Hermann Trophy

TORONTO — Canadians Gloire Armanda, Kyle Hiebert and Noah Jensen are among the 15 semifinalists for the 2020-21 MAC Hermann Trophy, awarded to the top NCAA soccer player.
Man City ousts PSG to reach first Champions League final

Man City ousts PSG to reach first Champions League final

MANCHESTER, England — By the time Riyad Mahrez completed the counterattack that sealed Manchester City’s spot in a first Champions League final, it looked so effortless overcoming a Paris Saint-Germain lineup that lost its cool and composure.

Canadian boxer Bujold will pursue case in courts after IOC says no to Tokyo berth

Mandy Bujold's appeal to the International Olympic Committee for a berth in the Tokyo Games has been denied, and so she will take her case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.