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Canada loses 81-73 to Australia in second game of FIBA World Cup warmup series

Canada loses 81-73 to Australia in second game of FIBA World Cup warmup series

PERTH, Australia — Canada's men's basketball team dropped an 81-73 decision to Australia in the second World Cup tuneup meeting between the two teams Saturday.

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Friday's Games CFL Edmonton 41 Toronto 26 --- MLB American League Detroit 2 Tampa Bay 0 N.Y. Yankees 3 Cleveland 2 Toronto 7 Seattle 3 Boston 9 Baltimore 1 Minnesota 4 Texas 3 Chicago White Sox 7 L.A.

Friday's Games

Friday's Games CFL Edmonton 41 Toronto 26 --- MLB American League Detroit 2 Tampa Bay 0 N.Y. Yankees 3 Cleveland 2 Toronto 7 Seattle 3 Boston 9 Baltimore 1 Minnesota 4 Texas 3 Chicago White Sox 7 L.A.
Harris throws three TD passes, runs for two others as Eskimos down Argos

Harris throws three TD passes, runs for two others as Eskimos down Argos

TORONTO — Trevor Harris was a one-man show Friday night. Harris threw three TD passes and ran for two others to earn the Edmonton Eskimos a 41-26 win over the Toronto Argonauts.
Grichuk, Guerrero hit back-to-back homers to set record as Jays top Mariners

Grichuk, Guerrero hit back-to-back homers to set record as Jays top Mariners

TORONTO — Charlie Montoyo thought the swing that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. put on a ball that was well outside the strike zone on Friday night looked familiar. The result was something he'd seen before too.
Redblacks hope to get sputtering offence in gear against East-leading Ticats

Redblacks hope to get sputtering offence in gear against East-leading Ticats

OTTAWA — It's hard to score points when you don't have the ball, and lately for the Ottawa Redblacks, it's hard to score points even when you do.
Nick Arbuckle set to start at quarterback for Calgary Stampeders

Nick Arbuckle set to start at quarterback for Calgary Stampeders

CALGARY — After some optimism earlier in the week, Bo Levi Mitchell won't make his return to the lineup for the Calgary Stampeders against the Montreal Alouettes on Saturday.
Whitecaps change management structure, removing president from current role

Whitecaps change management structure, removing president from current role

VANCOUVER — Bob Lenarduzzi is out as president of the Vancouver Whitecaps as the club struggles in the standings and continues to grapple with harassment allegations.
Instability, sudden changes threaten to derail Impact's playoff push

Instability, sudden changes threaten to derail Impact's playoff push

MONTREAL — A whirlwind of sudden changes and instability could derail the Montreal Impact's playoff hopes down the stretch.
Canada's Minister of Sport Kirsty Duncan: More anti-abuse work to be done

Canada's Minister of Sport Kirsty Duncan: More anti-abuse work to be done

TORONTO — Kirsty Duncan knows there's still work to be done. Canada's Minister of Science and Sport has made ending abuse and harassment in sport her priority since taking over the portfolio in January 2018.