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Diverse Bluenose athletics crew gunning for a dozen medals at Canada Games

Diverse Bluenose athletics crew gunning for a dozen medals at Canada Games

Ueli Albert is all about inclusion. The head coach of Nova Scotia's Canada Games athletics team wanted a complete team atmosphere, and he thinks he has found it with his group of able-bodied, Para and Special Olympic athletes.
CHRIS COCHRANE: Now is the time for the Blue Jays brass to be smart

CHRIS COCHRANE: Now is the time for the Blue Jays brass to be smart

The fun ride, at least for this year, is ending prematurely for the Toronto Blue Jays and their millions of fans across Canada. Rebuilding is a delicate balance and here's some ideas about how the team could go about it.
Andrew Gordon to get a look with Team Canada in advance of 2018 Olympics

Andrew Gordon to get a look with Team Canada in advance of 2018 Olympics

With NHL players seemingly on the outs for the 2018 Olympics in South Korea, some new players are about to get their chance. One of them is Andrew Gordon of Porters Lake.
Tigers, Varsity Reds in volleyball league of their own

Tigers, Varsity Reds in volleyball league of their own

The Dalhousie Tigers and UNB Varsity Reds are in a league of their own — literally. Atlantic University Sport will allow the Tigers and Varsity Reds men's volleyball teams to compete as a league in the absence of the Memorial Sea-Hawks.
Custio Clayton earns spot in world rankings

Custio Clayton earns spot in world rankings

Recent victories have moved the Dartmouth boxer into the World Boxing Organization's top-15 welterweight list.
Competition grows in women’s canoe events, says MacIntosh

Competition grows in women’s canoe events, says MacIntosh

With women's canoe entered into the 2020 Olympics, Dartmouth's Hannah MacIntosh has already noticed that the competition is getting tougher.
Gold for Wade: Memory of beloved coach drives Canada Games hoops team

Gold for Wade: Memory of beloved coach drives Canada Games hoops team

Several members of the Nova Scotia boys' basketball team have experienced the ultimate thrill of winning. Sadly, the entire team also experienced the agony of suffering, with the recent loss of head coach Wade Smith.
Chandler ready for this week’s Canadian women’s amateur golf championship

Chandler ready for this week’s Canadian women’s amateur golf championship

The Osprey Ridge golfer's expectations aren't high for Nova Scotia in the team competition at the championship that begins Tuesday at Cutten Fields in Guelph.
Junior nationals a springboard to Canada Games for Bluenose swimmers

Junior nationals a springboard to Canada Games for Bluenose swimmers

Eleven Nova Scotia Canada Games swimmers will get a chance for a dress rehearsal this week in Toronto at the Canadian junior swimming championships.
Trevor Chow captures mid-amateur in record-breaking form

Trevor Chow captures mid-amateur in record-breaking form

A switch back to his old putter resulted in a record-breaking performance for Trevor Chow at the MCT men's mid-amateur golf championship at The Links at Penn Hills. The Ashburn golfer won his third mid-am title by posting an 11 under score over the 54-hole tournament, easily breaking the previous record by six strokes.