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Will fans stay loyal as the Blue Jays rebuild?

The 2015 and 2016 Jays were wildly successful but that winning culture couldn’t be sustained. A new winning era will take time

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Why the CFL’s Diversity is Strength campaign falls short

Diversity separated from unity is generally not a good thing. We need unity of purpose, on the field and in life

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Receiver Wiebe joins Hilltops

He strained a quadricep muscle during the club’s alumni game and couldn’t do much in practice last week

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What was it like to volunteer for the ’88 Calgary Olympic Games?
This is part 2 of 3 in the series Olympic decision 2026

There’s so much to gain by volunteering for something that can bring so much good to our community

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Is the CFL kicking off a new sports era with live on-field audio?

For as long as the lens has followed sports, broadcasters have denied fans the language, noise and strategy of the game – until now

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Olympic decision 2026: Calgary’s Games don’t have to break the bank
This is part 1 of 3 in the series Olympic decision 2026

A generation after the 1988 Olympics transformed Calgary, its citizens are debating whether to bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games. First of a multi-part series to run before Calgary city council votes on Sept. 10

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The stunning hypocrisy of big-time American college sports

Urban Meyer shouldn’t be Ohio State’s coach today. An educator? A builder of young men? A complete joke on both counts

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Mann all-around player at women’s U21 baseball nationals

Dinsmore player caught, pitched and played third base for Saskatchewan

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When will abusive coaches finally be kicked out of sports?

Sports needs to be built on a foundation of humanistic coaching. A tragic incident at the University of Maryland shows why

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Major brings out the redneck in everyone

The 11th annual Saskatchewan Redneck Summer Games included a wide range of activities and fun for the whole family

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