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Female Celebrity Softball Game to benefit ALS Society of Quebec

The ALS Society of Quebec and the Regroupement du baseball féminin de Montréal will hold the first Celebrity Softball Game Female Edition on Friday, Aug. 1 to open the girls’ provincial peewee and bantam championships at LaFontaine Park. 98 more words

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Catching up with former Alouette Junior Ah You

Do you remember former Alouettes defensive-end Junior Ah You?

I received an email from Gazette reader Andrew Wrobel, who lives in Ile Perrot, after he ran into the  Canadian Football Hall of Famer who played with the Als from 1972-81 while he was on vacation in Oahu, Hawaii. 167 more words

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Hamilton Bulldogs add 6-foot-8, 250-pound defenceman Joe Finley

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin has made a point of making his team bigger and that also seems to be the plan for Montreal’s AHL farm team in Hamilton. 167 more words

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Habs' Subban gets a golf lesson at Canadian Open

Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban showed up at the Canadian Open golf tournament at Royal Montreal on July 26 but didn’t want to talk about his contract situation with a salary-arbitration hearing slated for Aug. 1,463 more words

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Remembering Terry Fox on what would have been his 56th birthday

Terry Fox, who in my opinion remains Canada’s greatest sports hero, would have turned 56 on July 28.

Fox was only 22 when he died on July 28, 1981, losing his battle with cancer and his dream of running across the country on one leg in his Marathon of Hope to raise money for cancer research. 1,173 more words

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Quebecer crowned "world's fittest woman" at CrossFit Games

Quebecer Camille Leblanc-Bazinet became the first Canadian to win the women’s championship at the Reebok CrossFit Games, which wrapped up on July 27 in Carson, Calif., and were televised on TSN. 90 more words

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Saku Koivu's California home selling for $6.6 million

Former Canadiens captain Saku Koivu is selling his California home and it can be yours for only $6.6 million.

The Los Angeles Times reported that the listing for the house in Irvine, Calif., came “less than a month after (Anaheim) Ducks general manager Bob Murray announced that Koivu, along with forward Daniel Winnik and goalie Jonas Hiller, would not be extended contract offers this off-season.” 950 more words

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