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Argos, Stamps move on in CFL playoffs

November 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

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...

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By Matt Creed With a perfect 6-0 season, numerous scoring records broken, and a win in Saturday’s semi-final game, the Humber Hawks men’s rugby team will try for a third straight championship on Sunday versus...

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Humber Hawks ready for CCAA soccer final

November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

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...

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By Chanelle Seguin The 2012 Hockey Hall of Fame Induction festivities begin tonight and many hockey critics believe the lockout will not overshadow the weekend’s special occasion. Brian Costello, Hockey Hall of Fame writer for...

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World class speedway green-lit in Fort Erie

November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Luke Vermeer The town of Fort Erie, Ontario will be host to a NASCAR calibre speedway starting in 2013 after the Ontario Municipal Board dismissed all appeals against the proposed Canadian Motor Speedway. The...

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Canadian Olympic boxer visits Humber

November 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Chanelle Seguin and Andrew Schopp Canadian Olympic boxer Mary Spencer floated like a butterfly and stung like a playful bee with  students and local community members at Humber’s north campus Thursday. The sparring sessions...

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By Keaton Robbins The Brampton Battalion hockey club will soon be on the move to North Bay. As part of the agreement reached Monday night, the team signed a 15-year lease to play at the...

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By Katherine Ward [SlideDeck2 id=11310 iframe=1] For many runners, this weekend was supposed to be the highlight of the race season. It was intended to be a 26.2 mile feat of athleticism through New York City’s...

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By Luke Vermeer The NHL’s annual Winter Classic was officially cancelled Friday and moved to the 2013-2014 NHL season. The cancellation of the Detroit Red Wings-Toronto Maple Leafs outdoor match at the University of Michigan...

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Soccer playoffs have marquee rivalries

November 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Keaton Robbins The 2012 MLS Cup playoffs are underway, and this year’s matchups are some of the strongest the league has had. All the semi-final matchups have played their first leg, and this week...

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