Sports

CFL boosts sports bar business

November 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Chanelle Seguin With an NHL lockout still looming, the spirit of Canadian football is alive more now than ever in Toronto sports bars. “We’ve seen a jump (in guests) where we’ve never seen with...

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By Adriano Mancini The NHL rejected the NHLPA’s latest proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement during a meeting in New York City Wednesday night. As a result, multiple NHL players such as Montreal Canadiens’...

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By Ustad Khaira and Luke Vermeer The Grey Cup Festival is in full-swing in Toronto as Nathan Phillips Square was transformed into the “Adrenaline Zone;” a place for fans to run obstacle courses, zip line...

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Beckham says MLS Cup will be last game in U.S.

November 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Major League Soccer will be loosing it’s poster boy after the championship game on Dec. 1. David Beckham announced Monday that he will play his last game for the Los Angeles Galaxy when they host...

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Humber dodges for Children’s Wish

November 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Meagan Malloch and Alex Fuller Humber’s first dodgeball tournament, Dodge for a Wish, wrapped up Monday at the North campus when the Purple Cobras and the Renegades faced off for the winning title. Prizes...

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Tennis stars set to shine at Air Canada Centre

November 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

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...

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By Sasha Ramnarine The undefeated Humber Hawks women’s rugby team will face off against The Algonquin Thunder Saturday in Twin Elm Park in Manotick, Ont. to go for its third straight OCAA title. The Hawks advanced...

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100th Grey Cup festival kicks off Thursday

November 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

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...

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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....

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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...

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