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'The Olympics were stolen from me' says Canadian cyclist Hugo Barrette
Canadian cyclist Hugo Barrette claims the Olympics were "stolen" from him after he was eliminated from the men's keirin in track cycling under controversial circumstances at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Saturday.
Canadian boxer Caroline Veyre advances to quarter-finals in Tokyo
Canadian boxer Caroline Veyre qualified for the women's 57 kg quarter-finals with a dominant performance over her opponent, Nikolina Cacic of Croatia, on Monday at the Tokyo Olympics.
Olympic Games a dream come true for Canadian rising star Felix Auger-Aliassime
Stepping onto Tokyo's Ariake Tennis Park will be a childhood dream come true for Felix Auger-Aliassime. The star tennis player says playing in the Olympics is something he's thought about ever since he watched his first Games in 2008.
Quebec boxing promoters eager to resume bouts behind closed doors
Quebec's two top boxing promoters are itching to hold cards as soon as possible — without any fans in the audience.
QB Vernon Adams Jr. signs 2-year extension after leading Alouettes to playoffs
The Montreal Alouettes have signed quarterback Vernon Adams Jr., to a contract extension through the 2022 CFL season after he guided the team to its first playoff berth since 2014.
Former Winnipeg Jet Ben Chiarot says it took little persuading to sign with the Canadiens
High taxes, obsessive fans, blanket media coverage and the French language are all reasons invoked to explain why NHL free agents tend to steer clear of Montreal. But Ben Chiarot isn't worried about any of that.
CFL puts no deadline on finding new owner for Alouettes
The CFL wants the best buyer possible for the Alouettes and Montreal, and commissioner Randy Ambrosie said Monday they won't be rushed into making a decision on the club.
Expos great Vladimir Guerrero inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame
Former Montreal Expos star Vladimir Guerrero was among six legends inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., on Sunday. Chipper Jones, Jim Thome, Trevor Hoffman, Alan Trammell and one-time Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Jack Morris were the others.
Bob Bailey, who got Montreal Expos' 1st hit, dead at 75
Bob Bailey, an original Montreal Expo who got the team's first base hit in 1969, has died. He was 75.
Montreal baseball investors 'have all the ingredients' to welcome a team, source says
A group of Montreal investors has met the conditions laid out by Major League Baseball to get a team back in the city, a source has told The Canadian Press.