Quebec will allow non-contact sports like tennis and golf to resume

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The changes will affect all of Quebec, including the greater Montreal area, said Quebec's junior education minister, Isabelle Charest, although physical-distancing rules must be respected and travel to other regions is discouraged.

Canada’s Sarah Moras falls by decision in UFC bantamweight bout

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American Sijara (Sarj) Eubanks used her superior striking to earn a unanimous decision over Canadian bantamweight Sarah (Cheesecake) Moras on a UFC Fight Night card Wednesday.

World baseball head pitches Olympic participation to MLB, again

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With the Olympics postponed for a full year because of the coronavirus pandemic, and the current MLB season on hold, World Baseball Softball Confederation president Riccardo Fraccari has the unexpected opportunity to make one final pitch to...

What the PGA’s return will look like

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The PGA tour will be back on June 11th with the first of four scheduled tournaments, Rob Pizzo breaks down how they will try to keep everyone involved safe.

Vancouver could be hub city for NHL’s return, B.C. premier confirms

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British Columbia is in the running to host NHL games if hockey is able to return this season. Premier John Horgan confirmed Wednesday the province spoke with the league late Tuesday.

Quebec working on getting pro and amateur sports back into training facilities

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CBC Sports' Scott Russell spoke with Quebec junior education minister and former Olympian Isabelle Charest about the steps the province is taking in bringing sports back during the COVID-19 pandemic.

IOC says postponing Olympics could cost it up to $800 million US

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The IOC set aside $800 million US on Thursday for loans and payments arising from the pandemic that forced the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to be postponed.

Victoria to remain host of Olympic men’s basketball qualifying tournament

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Canada's men's basketball team will still get a chance to qualify at home for an Olympic berth. FIBA announced Thursday that four Olympic qualifying tournaments for the Tokyo Games, including one in Victoria, will be held between...

Alpine Canada grapples with uncertainty of COVID-19 amid preparations for new season

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Like many sports affected by the global pandemic, COVID-19 has scuttled Alpine Canada's training program, leaving athletes and coaches scrambling to make plans to prepare for next season.

Gaming, throwing dummies, H-O-R-S-E: How 5 Canadian Olympians are passing time in shutdown

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Swimmer Kylie Masse says training without access to a pool during the coronavirus pandemic has been "a big adjustment." But she and some other Canadian athletes believe they might benefit from such challenges when they return to...

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U.S. Justice Department files antitrust lawsuit against Google

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The United States Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging that Google has been abusing its dominance in online search to stifle...

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