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Efforts continue to raise profile of New Brunswick sprint champion from 1900s

Efforts continue to raise profile of New Brunswick sprint champion from 1900s

HALIFAX — A New Brunswick sprinter who achieved world-class success in the early 1900s but remains little known in Canada is slowly attracting recognition due to the efforts of a distant relative.

Monday's Games

Monday's Games Women's World Cup China 0 Spain 0 Germany 4 South Africa 0 France 1 Nigeria 0 Norway 2 South Korea 1 --- MLB American League L.A. Angels 10 Toronto 5 N.Y.
Ohtani hits three-run homer, Trout hits 20th of season as Angels topple Jays

Ohtani hits three-run homer, Trout hits 20th of season as Angels topple Jays

TORONTO — Edwin Jackson isn't fooling anyone with his pitching performance this season. Least of all himself.
Rangers acquire Trouba from Jets for Pionk, 1st round pick

Rangers acquire Trouba from Jets for Pionk, 1st round pick

The New York Rangers sped up their rebuilding effort Monday by acquiring offensive-minded defenceman Jacob Trouba from the Winnipeg Jets. New York sent young defenceman Neal Pionk and the 20th overall pick in the draft to Winnipeg for Trouba.

As 2026 host city decision looms, dust settles on Calgary's aborted bid

CALGARY — As the International Olympic Committee prepares to elect a host city for the 2026 Winter Games next week, Calgary sifts through the ashes of its defunct bid.

Canada beats Brazil 78-39 for second straight win at U16 Americas Championship

AYSEN, Chile — Lauren Audino led the way with 12 points and seven rebounds in 20 minutes, and Canada used a strong second quarter to pull away and beat Brazil 78-39 on Monday in group play at the FIBA under-16 Women's Americas Championship.
Raptors announcer credited with calming massive crowd after shooting

Raptors announcer credited with calming massive crowd after shooting

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors' seasoned play-by-play announcer is winning widespread praise for calming a jittery crowd after gunfire broke out at a jammed Nathan Phillips Square, convincing fans to remain strong and "stay together.
The latest from the Raptors parade in Toronto

The latest from the Raptors parade in Toronto

TORONTO — 7:20 p.m. Toronto police now say they have made three arrests in connection with a shooting that took place as a large victory rally for the Raptors was underway.
Euphoria turns to fear after shots fired at massive Raptors victory rally

Euphoria turns to fear after shots fired at massive Raptors victory rally

TORONTO — Hours of anticipation gave way to unbridled euphoria as a sea of Raptors fans greeted the newly crowned NBA champions with cheers, whistles and chants on Monday, but elation quickly turned to fear when gunshots interrupted the celebration i
Massive crowds, security concerns prove to be issues at Raptors parade

Massive crowds, security concerns prove to be issues at Raptors parade

TORONTO — A shooting that sparked a stampede at a massive rally celebrating the Raptors' historic NBA title highlighted the challenges of organizing a large celebratory event in a sprawling metropolis such as Toronto, authorities said Monday.