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Stampeders coach Dickenson remains in COVID protocol; will miss game in Ottawa

Stampeders coach Dickenson remains in COVID protocol; will miss game in Ottawa

OTTAWA — Calgary Stampeders coach Dave Dickenson remains in COVID protocol and will miss Friday's road game against the Ottawa Redblacks.
Toronto FC completes two side deals to seal return of Richie Laryea on loan

Toronto FC completes two side deals to seal return of Richie Laryea on loan

Toronto FC confirmed the return of Canadian fullback/wingback Richie Laryea on Friday on loan from England's Nottingham Forrest.
Lionesses move up to No. 4 while Canada falls to No. 7 in FIFA women's rankings

Lionesses move up to No. 4 while Canada falls to No. 7 in FIFA women's rankings

Canada dropped one place to No. 7 while newly crowned European champion England jumped four places to No. 4 in the new FIFA women's world rankings. The U.S.
Willie Burden stands out for George Hopkins in over half a century with Stampeders

Willie Burden stands out for George Hopkins in over half a century with Stampeders

George Hopkins has seen many players come and go during his 51 years with the Calgary Stampeders, but none impacted him more than the late Willie Burden. Burden spent eight seasons as a running back with Calgary (1974-81).
Merrifield says he's vaccinated, ready to play for Blue Jays

Merrifield says he's vaccinated, ready to play for Blue Jays

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Whit Merrifield said Thursday he is vaccinated for COVID-19 and will be cleared to play for Toronto when the Blue Jays return to Canada. Merrifield was acquired in a trade with Kansas City on Tuesday for two minor leaguers.
Montreal looks to build off dramatic mid-week win with Inter Miami in town

Montreal looks to build off dramatic mid-week win with Inter Miami in town

MONTREAL — CF Montréal head coach Wilfried Nancy isn’t one to focus too much on the standings. He believes that getting caught up in other teams’ results and recent scores from around the league can be a distraction.
Women's hockey players fear financial fallout of frozen Hockey Canada funding

Women's hockey players fear financial fallout of frozen Hockey Canada funding

CALGARY — The federal government suspending Hockey Canada's funding because of problems distant to the national women's team can still affect it. The Canadian women's and para hockey teams rely heavily on federal funds to operate.
Jonathan Huberdeau gets $84M, 8-year extension with the Flames

Jonathan Huberdeau gets $84M, 8-year extension with the Flames

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — The Calgary Flames and recently acquired forward Jonathan Huberdeau have agreed to an $84 million, eight-year contract extension.
Auger-Aliassime wins in straight sets to advance to Los Cabos Open semifinals

Auger-Aliassime wins in straight sets to advance to Los Cabos Open semifinals

LOS CABOS, Mexico — Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime continues to have a strong run at the Los Cabos Open. The Montreal native defeated Steve Johnson 6-4, 7-6 (3) to move on to the semifinals.

Thursday's sports scores for Aug. 4, 2022

Thursday's Scoreboard CFL Winnipeg 35 Montreal 20 --- MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL American League Oakland 8 L.A.