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Turnbull hopes hockey helmet-sticker fundraiser helps heal home province

Turnbull hopes hockey helmet-sticker fundraiser helps heal home province

Blayre Turnbull knows how it feels to lose a parent at a young age. Her mother died of cancer when she was a teenager.
Jets captain Blake Wheeler on racism: 'You can't be silent anymore'

Jets captain Blake Wheeler on racism: 'You can't be silent anymore'

Blake Wheeler got a text from his dad the other day. In the message, James Wheeler told his son about growing up in Detroit in the late 1960s when the city and country were wracked by race riots and deep, painful divisions in society.

Canadiens part ways with two communications team members due to COVID-19

MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens have parted ways with two veteran members of their communications department.

QMJHL plans Oct. 1 return with 'a certain percentage of spectators'

DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. — Quebec Major Junior Hockey League commissioner Gilles Courteau says the league is planning to play a full 68-game season in 2020-21 with "a certain percentage of spectators" in the stands.
Als head coach Jones says he received death threats as CFL player in Winnipeg

Als head coach Jones says he received death threats as CFL player in Winnipeg

Khari Jones says he received death threats while he was the quarterback of the CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers because of his interracial marriage.
Wes Unseld, Hall of Famer and NBA champion in DC, dies at 74

Wes Unseld, Hall of Famer and NBA champion in DC, dies at 74

WASHINGTON — Wes Unseld was an undersized NBA centre known more for his bruising picks, tenacious rebounding and perfectly placed outlet passes than any points he produced. He thrived in his role as a workmanlike leader.

Graham Brown parts ways with U Sports, Dick White named interim leader

OTTAWA — Canadian university sports has parted company with chief executive officer Graham Brown and appointed Dick White as interim CEO of the organization. Brown has been president and CEO of U Sports since 2015.
Major League Soccer players continue to boycott training in labour impasse

Major League Soccer players continue to boycott training in labour impasse

For the second day in a row, players from Toronto FC, the Montreal Impact and Vancouver Whitecaps skipped training as MLS and its Players Association remained at odds in an apparent labour impasse.
Quebec boxer who returned to nursing during pandemic gets Tillman Award

Quebec boxer who returned to nursing during pandemic gets Tillman Award

Quebec's Kim Clavel, the North American Boxing Federation light-flyweight champion who returned to nursing when the global pandemic interrupted her fighting career, has been named winner of the Pat Tillman Award for Service.
GMs embrace 'unique' time in NHL history: 'We're excited we have an opportunity'

GMs embrace 'unique' time in NHL history: 'We're excited we have an opportunity'

Kyle Dubas has spent enough of his still-young career as an NHL executive worrying about the draft lottery.