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Tennis stars set to shine at Air Canada Centre Sports

By Andrew Millichamp and Kelly Snider Canadian tennis darling Milos Raonic was in Toronto today, getting ready for his exhibition match against former world no. 1 Andy Roddick. Fellow tennis stars Serena Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska also join Raonic and Roddick for the Sport Chek Face-off, taking place at the ACC Friday night. Organized by

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100th Grey Cup festival kicks off Thursday Sports

By Sasha Ramnarine The 100th Grey Cup festival is already underway and goes beyond hotdogs, pretzels, beer and stats. RT @nataleighb: whoohoo! TORONTO GET READY – @100thgreycup Festival starts tonight!! vsb.li/F86XJb — Grey Cup Festival (@100thGreyCup) November 15, 2012 “It is the 100th celebration – not the anniversary. We felt that this year, what better

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CWHL hopes NHL partnerships spark growth in league Sports

By Chanelle Seguin The Canadian Women’s Hockey League is hoping recent partnerships the Toronto Maple Leafs and Calgary Flames have made with their sister teams will spark more funding alignments throughout the NHL and CWHL. Brenda Andress, commissioner of the CWHL said that while assistance from two NHL teams targets their female counterparts in Toronto

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Humber strikes gold at men’s soccer Nationals Sports

By Ustad Khaira Third time’s the charm for Humber, as the men’s soccer team won gold at Nationals, defeating the Vancouver Island University Mariners in the final. This year’s tournament in British Columbia was the third consecutive year the Hawks competed for the national title, winning a bronze medal in 2010 and finishing a disappointing

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Argos, Stamps move on in CFL playoffs Sports

By Luke Vermeer Home cooking proved effective Sunday as the Toronto Argonauts and Calgary Stampeders won on home soil to advance to their respective division finals. Toronto rolled past Edmonton Eskimos, who were plagued by sub-par quarterbacking. Toronto only trailed once in the game, falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter before posting a CFL

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Humber Hawks ready for CCAA soccer final Sports

By Adriano Mancini The Humber men’s soccer team has qualified for Saturday’s CCAA championship match versus the Victoria Island University Mariners as a result of its 3-0 win versus the Seneca Sting. The Hawks, who rank fifth in Canada, reached the finals of the national tournament after winning their two group stage matches against Collège

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