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Cambridge Multiplex Meeting

There is a meeting set for Monday night at 7 p.m. in council chambers in Historic City Hall, 50 Dickson Street. Where the Cambridge Council will discuss a proposed sports multiplex. Cambridge Mayor Doug Craig said he is looking forward

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International Women’s Day – Modesty Meets Sportswear

Muslim female athletes now have a high-performance hijab to wear. Developed by sportswear giant Nike, the new pull-on head covering is designed with a single layer of durable mesh, which features small holes to increase airflow while remaining opaque enough for Muslim women’s needs. The

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Wayne Gretzky On The Simpsons

Did you catch The Simpsons last night? They had a Christmas special which wasn’t quite a Mr. Plow level quality entertainment but did have some amusing moments. It also had a blink-and-miss-it cameo from the Great One.   Wayne Gretzky

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Blue Jays Beer Throwing Response

The Toronto Blue Jays have announced their response to the beer can throwing incident during the wild card game. The aftermath of which is a mischief charge and a likely lifetime ban from the Rogers centre for one man.  

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Tragedy In Sportsworld

Today is a sad day in the sports world, whether you are a Baseball or Football fan, it is a day of mourning.   First 24 year old Ace Jose Fernandez star pitcher for the Miami Marlins was found as

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World Cup Of Hockey Update

Team Canada has made their way into the finals! After cruising into the Semi-Finals with relative ease going 3-0 with only 3 goals allowed the Canadian crew seemed set to take on the Russians who managed to oust Team North

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Never Know What You’ll Find

Sometimes you never know what you will find when you are picking up antique items at thrift stores. One man from Fredericton, N.B., Normand McDonald, found himself a little bit better off after doing some research into an old bobble

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Rio 2016 Olympics, Is Rio Ready?

It’s only 3 more days until the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro hold their opening ceremonies. Heading into these games there have been numerous concerns raised about the state of the Country and the City; Brazil is in

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Stanley Cup Playoffs Game 6

Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final takes place tonight! It’s been an exciting series so far with a few OT finishes for each side. Up until Thursday night every game had been decided by a single goal and that

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Muhammad Ali Beyond The Ring [PICTURES/VIDEO]

This isn’t going to be an article about how he was “The Greatest” boxer of all time, how he was one of the most famous conscientious objectors of the Vietnam war, or even about his well known battle with Parkinson’s

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Paddling Safety

National Paddling Week is coming in just two weeks, running from the 10th until the 19th in June, recently Canada won a few medals at the world cup canoe-kayak in the Czech Republic, and it seems like a good time

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Raptors Play Game 7 While Highway Closed

The Raptors could not have picked a worse time to lose game six of their series with the Miami Heat. This brings game seven to Toronto with one of it’s major routes closed.   The Gardiner Expressway is closed for

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Going To A Ball Game

It’s not every day you get to sit 21 rows behind home plate. That is exactly where I was on Friday night when the Blue Jays hosted the LA Dodgers. It was a heck of a game too, though you

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[PHOTOS] Harlem Globetrotters

The Harlem Globetrotters came to Hamilton on Friday and I took the family out to see them, I have to say that I have not had that much fun at a sporting event in some time. From the first moment

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Blue Jays Looking To Avoid Sweep

The Toronto Blue Jays have had a disappointing start to their season after a fantastic spring training. Losing 4 of the 6 games played so far including their home opener. Now it is up to them to avoid being swept

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