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Desperate Housewives

Plot: A group of women live in a small suburban town on a street called Wisteria Lane. There’s Susan, Lynette, Bree and Gabrielle and they all lead relatively messy lives with murders, natural disasters, illnesses threating to tear them all apart. 324 more words

Tv

Iain MacIntyre: Head held high, Dunfee walks the walk after bronze-medal bump in Rio

As un-Canadian as it may sound, Own The Podium has been a tremendously successful initiative in pushing Canada’s Olympic athletes toward medals. But it so rigidly defines success that even narrow podium misses are usually, by definition, viewed as failures even when they represent spectacular performance. 978 more words

Track And Field

Bulls and Bears: 'Children of 2010' likely to be spearheaded by golden girls

Sorting out the major winners and losers of this week — with a bottom-line twist — in the world of sports:

BULLS OF THE WEEK… 529 more words

Sports

Bulls and Bears: Jolts from Bolt too much even for Phelps' golden haul, let alone Lochte's caper

Sorting out the major winners and losers of this week — with a bottom-line twist — in the world of sports:

BULLS OF THE WEEK… 564 more words

Track And Field

Stephen Hume: Olympic investments would be better spent getting more kids to play sports

A confession. I haven’t watched any of the Rio Olympics. Not one minute. Zero. Nada.

Didn’t watch swimming. Skipped the rugby. Ditto for soccer. Couldn’t stir myself for Usain Bolt or Michael Phelps, stunning as they are. 693 more words

Columnists

White Rock celebrates hometown hero Luc Bruchet as Rio 5,000m race looms

Shortly after he qualified to go to the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, local runner Luc Bruchet tweeted that it takes a village to build an Olympian. 751 more words

Local News

Pete McMartin: Feminism bends over backwards at the Olympics

To date, the Rio Olympics for Canada has been a Game of Thrones recap, in which the women emerge as the most capable and fearsome warriors. 758 more words

Canada