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Golf Canada addresses tournament director change at RBC Canadian Open

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Brett McLaughlin's future as a tournament director for Golf Canada remained cloudy on Saturday after CEO Laurence Applebaum addressed media.
At The Turn: After 25 years, timeless, top-shelf Osprey Valley looks to future

At The Turn: After 25 years, timeless, top-shelf Osprey Valley looks to future

ALTON, Ont.

Friday's Games

Friday's Games CFL Edmonton 37 BC 26 --- MLB American League L.A. Angels 7 Toronto 2 N.Y.
Mike Reilly leads way as Eskimos beat Lions 37-26 to remain undefeated

Mike Reilly leads way as Eskimos beat Lions 37-26 to remain undefeated

EDMONTON — Mike Reilly ran in a pair of touchdowns and passed for two more as the Edmonton Eskimos took sole possession of first place in the CFL with a 37-26 victory over the B.C. Lions on Friday.
Parker Bridwell shines as Angels snap Blue Jays' win streak with 7-2 victory

Parker Bridwell shines as Angels snap Blue Jays' win streak with 7-2 victory

TORONTO — Parker Bridwell isn't taking his strong July performances too seriously. The Angels starter pitched seven-plus dominant innings as Los Angeles ended the Toronto Blue Jays' four-game win streak with a 7-2 victory on Friday night.

Canada announces 12-player roster for 2017 FIBA women's AmeriCup

TORONTO — Canadian head coach Lisa Thomaidis has picked her team for the 2017 FIBA women's AmeriCup. Canada Basketball announced the final 12-player roster for the senior women's national team set to compete in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday.
Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki leaves game against Angels with ankle injury

Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki leaves game against Angels with ankle injury

TORONTO — Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki left Friday's game against the Los Angeles Angels with a sprained right ankle. Tulowitzki hurt his ankle when he stepped awkwardly on first base after trying to run out a groundout in the third inning.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicks off 2017 Canada Summer Games

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicks off 2017 Canada Summer Games

WINNIPEG — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau caused a bottleneck of athletes wanting a selfie with him as they paraded into the Bell MTS Centre during the Canada Summer Games opening ceremony in Winnipeg on Friday.

Canadian government releases guideline on concussions in sport

WINNIPEG — The federal government has issued guidelines on concussions in sports to help with decisions on diagnosis management and treatment.
Soft greens playing to Martin Flores's strengths at RBC Canadian Open

Soft greens playing to Martin Flores's strengths at RBC Canadian Open

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Martin Flores is the kind of golfer who likes to attack a golf course. Get after every hole, take chances. The unusually soft greens and fairways at Glen Abbey Gold Course are playing right to that instinct.