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British Columbia to 'entertain' hosting 2026 FIFA World Cup in Vancouver: premier

British Columbia to 'entertain' hosting 2026 FIFA World Cup in Vancouver: premier

RICHMOND, B.C. — British Columbia is prepared to "entertain" the possibility of hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup games in Vancouver, Premier John Horgan said Tuesday.
NBA Finals ratings up from 2020 pandemic, down from 2019

NBA Finals ratings up from 2020 pandemic, down from 2019

NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA Finals has gained some, but not all, of its audience back after last year's trip to the pandemic bubble.
Slimmer version of Shane Richards reports to Toronto Argonauts' training camp

Slimmer version of Shane Richards reports to Toronto Argonauts' training camp

Shane Richards is a different man at the Toronto Argonauts' training camp.
Whitecaps fire esports gamer for 'inappropriate and unprofessional' comments

Whitecaps fire esports gamer for 'inappropriate and unprofessional' comments

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps have fired esports gamer Agit (AgitPower) Katilmis for telling an online opponent to kill himself.
Emmy surprises: 'Pose,' 'I May Destroy You' and 'Hamilton'

Emmy surprises: 'Pose,' 'I May Destroy You' and 'Hamilton'

NEW YORK (AP) — The Emmy Award nominations announced Tuesday included some snubs and surprises. STRIKE A POSE “Pose” left the ballroom with a clutch of Emmy nominations.
Thousands of Canadian girls not committed to playing sports post-COVID: study

Thousands of Canadian girls not committed to playing sports post-COVID: study

Canada's soccer fields, tennis courts and swimming pools are reopening after the pandemic, but a new study finds that many girls across the country may not go back to the sports they loved.
Ontario gyms are changing the way they operate to accommodate post-lockdown fitness

Ontario gyms are changing the way they operate to accommodate post-lockdown fitness

TORONTO — Gyms across Ontario are making changes to the way they operate as they prepare to reopen on Friday.
'When you do good things, good things happen to you': Ducharme signs deal with Habs

'When you do good things, good things happen to you': Ducharme signs deal with Habs

MONTREAL — Dominique Ducharme was officially named the head coach of the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday after leading the club on an electric playoff run all the way to the Stanley Cup final.
Canada sending large team of 371 athletes to Tokyo's Olympic Games

Canada sending large team of 371 athletes to Tokyo's Olympic Games

Canada is sending one of its largest teams ever to a Summer Olympics despite the pandemic challenges imposed on its athletes over the last year and a half.
IOC's Bach slips up and refers to Japanese as 'Chinese'

IOC's Bach slips up and refers to Japanese as 'Chinese'

TOKYO (AP) — IOC President Thomas Bach referred to his Japanese hosts as Chinese when he appeared in public on Tuesday for the first time since arriving in Tokyo last week.