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Canadian international and domestic sporting events impacted by COVID-19

A list of Canadian international and domestic sporting events impacted by COVID-19: OLYMPICS — 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics postponed until 2021.

Former Stampeders running back Tim Petros rose through Calgary football ranks

CALGARY — Former Calgary Stampeders running back Tim Petros has died. He was 58. Born and raised in Calgary, Petros played at the University of Calgary before joining his hometown CFL team in 1984.
Sens' Tkachuk says teammates who tested positive for COVID-19 are 'doing well'

Sens' Tkachuk says teammates who tested positive for COVID-19 are 'doing well'

Brady Tkachuk is hunkered down with family in St. Louis trying to wait out the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ottawa Senators winger has also been keeping close tabs on a pair of teammates who tested positive for the disease.
Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames announce temporary layoffs

Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames announce temporary layoffs

The Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames have announced temporary staff reductions because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The moves on Monday come with nearly all major sports leagues and events suspended because of the novel coronavirus.
Former Canucks goalie Lack retires after taking time off with hip injury

Former Canucks goalie Lack retires after taking time off with hip injury

Former Vancouver Canucks goaltender Eddie Lack is retiring from the NHL. Lack, who had been sidelined this season with a hip injury, made the announcement Monday on his Twitter account in a four-part farewell video.
Long road, but less limbo for Canadian athletes bound for Tokyo Games

Long road, but less limbo for Canadian athletes bound for Tokyo Games

On the coldest, wettest, hardest days on Elk Lake, rower Hillary Janssens told herself and her numb hands "this is the last winter we have to do this before Tokyo." It wasn't.

USA Rugby votes to file for bankruptcy in bid to reorganize and stay alive

USA Rugby, the sport's governing body south of the border, has voted to officially file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy "as a result of compounded and insurmountable financial constraints.
Vancouver Whitecaps unveil nine new Twitter language feeds, with more planned

Vancouver Whitecaps unveil nine new Twitter language feeds, with more planned

Looking to embrace their multicultural home and welcome potential fans father afield, the Vancouver Whitecaps unveiled official club Twitter feeds in nine new languages Monday.
CFL postpones the start of training camps due to COVID-19 pandemic

CFL postpones the start of training camps due to COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — Henoc Muamba's two-year-old daughter, Thea, will remain a part of the Montreal Alouettes linebacker's off-season workouts for a little while longer.
Soccer may be on hold but Toronto FC's Jonathan Osorio still making his mark

Soccer may be on hold but Toronto FC's Jonathan Osorio still making his mark

TORONTO — While unable to perform on the field, Toronto FC midfielder Jonathan Osorio is still managing to leave his mark during the COVID-19 outbreak.