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Canada hooker Ray Barkwill signs one-day deal to retire as a Toronto Arrow

TORONTO — Canadian international Ray Barkwill will sign a one-day contract with the Toronto Arrows on Sunday, ensuring he retires from rugby as a member of the Major League Rugby team.

Canada finishes first in group after win over Czech Republic at worlds

UMEA, Sweden — Canada clinched top spot in Group A with a 6-2 win over the Czech Republic on Tuesday at the world under-18 hockey championship. The Canadians (4-0) will face Latvia (1-3) in the quarterfinals on Thursday.
Toronto FC looks forward to return of veteran defender Drew Moor from injury

Toronto FC looks forward to return of veteran defender Drew Moor from injury

TORONTO — Veteran defender Drew Moor was back in training Tuesday, welcome news for a Toronto FC team that has yet to find its defensive footing this season. Toronto (4-1-1) leads the MLS in offence, averaging 3.0 goals a game.

Christine Sinclair named NWSL player of the week after three-goal performance

Canada captain Christine Sinclair has been named player of the week in the National Women’s Soccer League after her three-goal performance for Portland in a 4-4 road tie with the Chicago Red Stars.
In The Rings: Gushue says talks with Curling Canada have been going well

In The Rings: Gushue says talks with Curling Canada have been going well

TORONTO — Veteran skip Brad Gushue said recent talks with Curling Canada have been going well and he's hopeful that progress on a few areas of concern can be made by the summer.
Calgary Flames, James Neal start relationship repair after playoff-game benching

Calgary Flames, James Neal start relationship repair after playoff-game benching

CALGARY — Amid the fallout from the Calgary Flames' early playoff ejection is a frayed relationship with James Neal.

Labour uncertainty boosting rookie camp costs for CFL general managers

TORONTO — Contract talks between the CFL Players' Association and CFL are costing players plenty of money. But it could also increase the cost of doing business for the league's nine teams.

Leafs centre John Tavares ahead of Game 7: 'We don't want this thing to end'

BOSTON — When the Maple Leafs signed John Tavares last summer, they had moments like these in mind.

Canada loses to Namibia in ICC World Cricket League Division 2 play

WINDHOEK, Namibia — Canada lost its third straight in ICC World Cricket League Division 2 play Tuesday, beaten by 98 runs by Namibia. The Canadians won the toss and put Namibia into bat first.
Montreal Impact look to break out of offensive slump in New England

Montreal Impact look to break out of offensive slump in New England

Montreal Impact coach Remi Garde insists he's not too concerned by his team's lack of scoring, despite being mired in the worst offensive slump in Major League Soccer.