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Canada to face England in women's soccer friendly in April as part of Olympic prep

Canada to face England in women's soccer friendly in April as part of Olympic prep

Canada will play England in a women's soccer friendly on April 13 as part of its preparation for the Tokyo Olympics. Canada Soccer called it an away match but said location will be announced at a later date.
Canada's Olympic and Paralympic teams won't boycott Beijing's Games

Canada's Olympic and Paralympic teams won't boycott Beijing's Games

Canada will not boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing despite calls from human rights organizations to do so.
Solo Bowl: Canadians ditching NFL championship parties amid COVID spread

Solo Bowl: Canadians ditching NFL championship parties amid COVID spread

Marc Horton's annual Super Bowl parties are usually epic, day-long events, garnering so much attention, the host says, that he had to create a waitlist for those eager to enjoy the festivities in the future. This year's soiree in Keswick, Ont.
COVID case at Australian Open hotel cancels play at tuneups

COVID case at Australian Open hotel cancels play at tuneups

MELBOURNE, Australia — All competition at six Australian Open tuneup events scheduled for Thursday was called off and 520 people who flew to Melbourne for the year's first tennis major were ordered to isolate after a worker at one of the tournaments’
Canadian international Jonathan David scores again for league-leading Lille

Canadian international Jonathan David scores again for league-leading Lille

PARIS — Canadian international Jonathan David capped off the scoring with an 89th-minute goal Wednesday as Lille blanked Bordeaux 3-0 to remain atop the French league ahead of Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain.
Canadian human rights groups among coalition calling for Beijing Olympic boycott

Canadian human rights groups among coalition calling for Beijing Olympic boycott

TORONTO — Cheuk Kwan wants the world to remember what happened after numerous countries considered boycotting the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, but eventually agreed to participate.
NWHL cancels rest of season after additional virus positives

NWHL cancels rest of season after additional virus positives

The National Women’s Hockey League called off the remainder of its season Wednesday on the eve of the playoffs because of additional positive test results for the coronavirus.

Canadian international Jessie Fleming through to League Cup final with Chelsea

KINGSTON UPON THAMES, United Kingdom — Defending champion Chelsea reached the final of the FA Women's Continental Tyres League Cup with a 6-0 win over West Ham on Wednesday. The semifinal featured Canadian internationals on both sides.
Veteran curler Wayne Middaugh to join Team Glenn Howard in Brier bubble next month

Veteran curler Wayne Middaugh to join Team Glenn Howard in Brier bubble next month

It will be like old times for Glenn Howard at the Tim Hortons Brier next month.
CF Montreal adds size, experience up front in Norwegian international Bjorn Johnsen

CF Montreal adds size, experience up front in Norwegian international Bjorn Johnsen

MONTREAL — CF Montreal added size and experience up front Wednesday by acquiring American-born Norwegian international forward Bjorn Johnsen from South Korea's Ulsan Hyundai club.