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Rising LPGA star Brooke Henderson withdraws from Pan Am Games

TORONTO – Rising Canadian star Brooke Henderson has withdrawn from the upcoming Pan Am Games golf competition to focus on her professional career.

In a statement, Golf Canada said it will work with the Canadian Olympic Committee to determine who will replace Henderson and join Lorie Kane of Charlottetown on the women’s team at the July 16-19 competition. 391 more words

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Twenty years later, former Nordiques owner Aubut mulls NHL's possible return to Quebec

It has been 20 years and a month since Marcel Aubut sold the financially leaking Quebec Nordiques.

The $103-million sale to an American investment group moved the NHL franchise to Denver for the 1995-96 season and drove a stake into hearts of fans in the provincial capital. 774 more words

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#OneTeam: Canadian Olympic Committee launches LGBTQ inclusion campaign

TORONTO – In the moments before Anastasia Bucsis stepped on the ice to race, when her sole focus should have been on what she had to do to win, the speedskater would be consumed by worries that went way beyond sport. 740 more words

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Duenas leads Canada's archery team named for Pan Am Games

With six of them in its quiver – if you will – Archery Canada named its athletes to Team Canada for Toronto 2015 Pan American Games on Friday. 191 more words

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Olympic rings returning to Montreal

The Olympic rings will once again shine in Montreal.

When the Canadian Olympic Committee inaugurates Canadian Olympic House, the movement’s headquarters in the city, the multi-coloured rings will be raised to the roof of the building at 500 René-Lévesque Blvd. 613 more words

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Zhang to defend Pan Am table tennis title at home

All photos: THOR/TTCAN

Mo Zhang will defend her Pan Am Games title in women’s singles at home when table tennis gets underway at Toronto 2015… 173 more words

Canada

Oldershaw, Vincent-Lapointe double the gold in Portugal

Feature photo: Balint Vekassy/CanoeKayak Canada

Canada’s best canoe and kayak athletes paddled to seven podium places on Sunday, for a total of nine medals at the opening 2015 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup event of the season in Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal. 468 more words

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