The 103rd Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos vs. Ottawa REDBLACKS, Live from Winnipeg, Sunday at 6PM EST
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With the news that Vegas and Quebec were the only two cities to submit their $10-million application fee by yesterday’s NHL expansion deadline, it looks increasingly like potential ownership groups in Seattle & Toronto are willing to sit out a few rounds — or, more likely, that they’re happy with the idea of circling…
This past Saturday, the 2015 Pan American Games began in Toronto. No, seriously - they’re going on right now. Medals are being won and everything. Yes, I’m absolutely sure that the sports have already started. I don’t know how you missed it.
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With their stadium lease falling through at the end of this season, the Plymouth Whalers of the Ontario Hockey League needed a new home. And after years of weak attendance in Plymouth (a suburb just west of Detroit), their owners decided that the only feasible move would be to relocate the team.
In honour of That Big Football Game At The End Of The Season, here is an objective ranking of each layer of a seven-layer dip.
IMPORTANT NEWS: Noted investment-trader-spank-rag The Economist has declared Toronto the best city to live in the world! That is, uh... sure, OK!
Last night, I wrote something about Pokémon playing football. It seems you all had very serious opinions on the matter!
Now, I shouldn't have to explain the basics of Pokémon Football to you, but for the sake of our discussion, standard rules apply:
The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has agreed to hear a complaint from Toronto Argonauts season ticket holder Robert Heath, after Heath complained that he saw advertising for the anti-domestic violence White Ribbon Campaign at an Argos game this past July.
This Dan Duquette saga is getting weirder and weirder by the day. What started last month as a few flirty bits of beat reporter innuendo between the Jays and Orioles' GM Dan Duquette has become a full-blown fiasco, complete with, most recently, actual threats of extortion. Let's get caught up.