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Coal Bowl basketball tourney falls victim to work-to-rule campaign

Coal Bowl basketball tourney falls victim to work-to-rule campaign

A cultural icon in Cape Breton is a casualty of the labour dispute between the province and public school teachers in Nova Scotia. Organizers of the Coal Bowl basketball tournament in New Waterford formally cancelled the event on Friday.
UFC card in Halifax takes a hit with Struve injury

UFC card in Halifax takes a hit with Struve injury

The UFC is looking for a main event for its fight card in Halifax next month. Stefan Struve, a seven-footer from the Netherlands, is out due to a left shoulder injury that will sideline him for up to four months.
Axemen forward Pettersson excited by call from Team Sweden

Axemen forward Pettersson excited by call from Team Sweden

You can imagine Daniel Pettersson's surprise when his phone rang in December and it was the Swedish Ice Hockey Federation.
Mann-Dixon, Hischier lead Mooseheads past Islanders

Mann-Dixon, Hischier lead Mooseheads past Islanders

Nico Hischier had a four-point game and both Blade Mann-Dixon and Jake Coughler played pivotal roles in helping the Halifax Mooseheads beat their former team, the Charlottetown Islanders, 4-1 Wednesday night.
St. F.X. snaps out of slump with AUS hockey win over Dalhousie

St. F.X. snaps out of slump with AUS hockey win over Dalhousie

Holden Cook says the defending Atlantic conference champions are much better than how they have played since Christmas.
Hoop prospect Chase Tynes sad to see season slipping away

Hoop prospect Chase Tynes sad to see season slipping away

'I can understand where both sides are coming from,' says Chase Tynes of the contract dispute between the province's public school teachers and the provincial government. But that doesn't change his longing to see the Auburn Drive Eagles back in action.
Tigers score overtime win over Axemen, Axewomen beat Dal

Tigers score overtime win over Axemen, Axewomen beat Dal

Five players scored in double figures as the Dalhousie Tigers defeated the Acadia Axemen 84-81 on Tuesday in AUS men's basketball.
A study in perseverance

A study in perseverance

St. Francis Xavier X-Women's Breanna Allison overcame a torn ACL in her right knee on her way to becoming an all-star rugby player and national champion
Team Canada heads to U-18 playoff round undefeated

Team Canada heads to U-18 playoff round undefeated

Kentville's Brette Pettet is on her way to the playoff round at the world under-18 women's hockey championship in the Czech Republic.
CHRIS COCHRANE: Next time, use common sense to fix weak attendance at world juniors

CHRIS COCHRANE: Next time, use common sense to fix weak attendance at world juniors

Plenty of study and examination has already been promised to uncover the reasons why so many fans in two of Canada’s largest populated areas didn’t turn out as expected for Canadian-hosted world junior tournaments in 2015 and 2017. But, really, is any such study needed? Perhaps Hockey Canada should stop acting like a pro sports machine.