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Articles from July 29, 2016

Air Canada's Q2 Profit Declines, Revenue Up Slightly to $3.46 Billion
Air Canada's Q2 profit declines--MONTREAL - Air Canada is reporting a lower profit for this year's second quarter as it dramatically increased the number of routes offered by its main fleet and discount brand."In the quarter, Air Canada and Air Canada...
Alberta Fires Torch Economy, Biggest Monthly GDP Decline in More Than 7 Years
Canada sees biggest GDP decline in 7 years--OTTAWA - The Alberta wildfires torched the Canadian economy in May, driving the country into its worst one-month performance since the darkest days of the Great Recession seven years ago.On Friday, Statistics...
Albert Muckle, Who Raped and Nearly Killed Young Woman, Denied Parole
Albert Muckle denied day or full parole--CALGARY - The man who brutally raped and nearly killed a young, pregnant woman in Banff, Alta., more than a decade ago will remain behind bars.Albert Muckle was declared a dangerous offender after being found...
An Irresistible Aroma Responsible for Mountain Pine Beetle Attacks: Research
Strong defence doesn't deter pine beetles--CALGARY - Research suggests pine trees with strong natural defences are their own worst enemy when it comes to the destructive mountain pine beetle.Although the sap produced by the lodgepole pine is toxic to...
Blue Jays Go Deep Three Times in First, Beat Orioles 6-5
Jays use long ball to beat Orioles 6-5--TORONTO - Marco Estrada is used to pitching with a persistent lower-back injury and has found the longer he goes, the better he pitches.The Toronto Blue Jays had three solo homers in the first inning to give Estrada...
Burris Still Looking to Silence Critics One Year after Winning MOP Award
Burris looks to reclaim staring job in Ottawa--OTTAWA - Even after almost 20 years of accolades and milestones, Henry Burris still feels the need to silence his critics.The Ottawa Redblacks veteran quarterback will make his return Sunday as the Redblacks...
Business News Advisory
Business News Advisory--FRIDAY, JULY 29,2016BUSINESS NEWS ADVISORYHere are the CP Business Department's late plans for today. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Entries are subject to change as news develops. If you have any questions, please...
Canada's Bouchard Exits Rogers Cup as Qualifier Kucova Posts Comeback Win
Canada's Bouchard loses to qualifier Kucova--MONTREAL - The pressure got to Eugenie Bouchard and it put Canada's top women's tennis player out of the US$2.4 million Rogers Cup.After impressive wins over higher-ranked Lucie Safarova and Dominika Cubulkova,...
Canada's Bouchard Showed Her Best and Worst at Women's Rogers Cup
Bouchard looks to learn from loss to underdog--MONTREAL - Pressure and expectations brought out the best and worst of Canada's Eugenie Bouchard at the women's Rogers Cup.The Westmount, Que., native thrilled her hometown crowd with wins over higher-ranked...
Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 1
Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 1--Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 1:Singer Ramblin' Jack Elliott is 85.Canadian baritone Bruno Laplante is 78.Actor Giancarlo Giannini is 74.Basketball Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams is 66.Blues musician Robert Cray is 63.Singer...
Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 2
Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 2--Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 2:Actor Nehemiah Persoff is 97.Keyboardist Garth Hudson of The Band is 79.Canadian pianist and composer Andre Gagnon is 74.Singer Kathy Lennon of The Lennon Sisters is 73.Actor Max Wright ("Alf,"...
Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 3
Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 3--Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 3:Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Marv Levy is 91. Singer Tony Bennett is 90.Actor Martin Sheen is 76.Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Lance Alworth is 76.Singer Beverly Lee of The Shirelles is 75.Lifestyle...
Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 4
Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 4--Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 4:World curling champion Ernie Richardson is 85.Actress-singer Tina Cole ("My Three Sons") is 73.Actor-comedian Richard Belzer ("Law and Order: Special Victims Unit," ''Homicide") is 72.Paul...
Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 5
Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 5--Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 5:Actor John Saxon is 81. Country songwriter Bobby Braddock is 76. Actress Loni Anderson is 71.Actress Erica Slezak ("One Life To Live") is 70.Singer Rick Derringer is 69.Actress Holly Palance...
Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 6
Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 6--Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 6:Children's performer Ella Jenkins is 92.Actor-director Peter Bonerz is 78.Canadian tenor Paul Trepanier is 77. Actress Louise Sorel ("Days of Our Lives") is 76.Canadian country singer Myrna...
Celebrity Birthdays for July 31
Celebrity birthdays for July 31--Celebrity Birthdays for July 31:Actor Don Murray is 87.Jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell is 85.Songwriter and producer Barry DeVorzon ("Nadia's Theme) is 82.Actress Susan Flannery ("Bold and the Beautiful") is 77.Actress France...
Celine Dion Superfans Eagerly Await Her Return to Quebec for Summer Tour
Celine Dion superfans flock to Montreal--MONTREAL - When pop superstar Celine Dion brings her summer tour to Montreal beginning on Sunday, Estevam Peric will be in the audience for all 10 shows.Peric, who moved to Montreal from South America out of a...
Coach Mark Anscombe Names Canada 'A' Rugby Side for Tour of United Kingdom
Anscombe names Canada 'A' rugby side--TORONTO - Canada rugby coach Mark Anscombe has selected 11 players with test caps in his 26-man Canada 'A' squad for a tour of the United Kingdon next month.The Canadian side will play second-tier English side Doncaster...
Concerns Raised for Young Beluga That Has Befriended Small Newfoundland Village
Fears for beluga that befriended village--ADMIRAL'S BEACH, N.L. - A young beluga whale appears to have taken a liking to a small Newfoundland village, where some residents have made of habit of patting its head and rubbing its belly.The eight-foot-long...
Cool Reception: Helmet from Jamaican Bobsled Team Fails to Sell at U.S. Auction
Jamaican bobsled helmet doesn't sell at auction--CALGARY - A helmet from the Jamaican bobsled team at the 1988 Winter Olympics wasn't the hot commodity it was expected to be at a Boston auction.The asking price of US$3,500 for the yellow headgear worn...
Editorial Exchange: A Well-Deserved Sentence in Yatim Shooting
Editorial Exchange: A well-deserved sentence in Yatim shooting--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published July 28:The six-year prison sentence handed to Const. James Forcillo delivers an extraordinary and necessary message: Misuse of police power...
Editorial Exchange: IOC Gold in Buck Pass
Editorial Exchange: IOC gold in buck pass--An editorial from the Halifax Chronicle Herald, published July 28:The voices of many Olympians spoke loudly, firmly and quickly. And none said it better than six-time Olympian Haley Wickenheiser."We matched...
Editorial Exchange: Ottawa Needs to Crack Down on Drunk Driving
Editorial Exchange: Ottawa needs to crack down on drunk driving--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published July 27:The sorry fact that Canada ranks highest among wealthy countries for road deaths related to impaired driving created headlines this...
Editorial Exchange: Premiers Ignore Opportunity to Improve Outdated Liquor Laws
Editorial Exchange: Premiers ignore opportunity to improve outdated liquor laws--An editorial from the Charlottetown Guardian, published July 29:Canada's premiers say their new Canada Free Trade Agreement is "groundbreaking" and supports a "broader economic...
Editorial Exchange: Rio Olympics Not Going for Gold
Editorial Exchange: Rio Olympics not going for gold--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published July 28:The Rio Olympics will be remembered for more than just broken records and medal counts. It will also be remembered for a widespread doping...
Editorial Exchange: Sexism in Politics? You Bet
Editorial Exchange: Sexism in politics? You bet--An editorial from the Hamilton Spectator, published July 29:One might be tempted to look at our global leaders and think that sexism was becoming a thing of the past, that women are finally on equal footing.After...
Enbridge Touts Pipeline Safety as It Waits for Federal Cabinet Decisions
Enbridge touts safety as federal decisions loom--CALGARY - The head of Canada's largest pipeline company is touting the increased safety of the industry as he awaits word on the fate of two major expansion projects from the Trudeau government.Enbridge...
Entertainment News as of 3 P.M. Friday, July 29
Entertainment News Advisory--Good afternoon from the Canadian Press entertainment department!Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please...
Facts about Entrapment in Relation to a B.C. Terrorism Trial
Facts about what entrapment is and how it's proven--VANCOUVER - A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has ruled the RCMP entrapped a couple convicted of plotting to blow up the provincial legislature on Canada Day three years ago. John Nuttall and Amanda...
Five Stories in the News Today, July 29
Five stories in the news today, July 29--Five stories in the news today from The Canadian Press:------BAIL DECISION FOR TORONTO POLICE OFFICER EXPECTED TODAYA Toronto police officer sentenced to six years for gunning down a troubled teen Sammy Yatim...
Five Things to Watch for in the Canadian Business World in the Coming Week
Five things to watch for in Canadian business--TORONTO - Five things to watch this week in Canadian business:Take a break: Fretting about returning to work Monday? Relax. It's a holiday for most Canadians, including Bay Street traders. The Toronto Stock...
Halep Meets Kerber as Top Two Seeds Set to Face off in Rogers Cup Semifinal
Halep to face Kerber in Rogers semifinal--MONTREAL - Any concerns about Angelique Kerber's left elbow have been put to rest at the US$2.4 million women's Rogers Cup.The second seed from Germany advanced to the semifinals on Friday with a thorough 6-2,...
'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Parties Planned across Canada
Harry Potter hype hits Canada--TORONTO - From quidditch demonstrations to a wand-making workshop and Triwizard Tournament, Canada is set to be put under Harry Potter's spell again."Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts One and Two," a script book...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 3 P.M. Friday, July 29
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Good afternoon from the Canadian Press lifestyles department!Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please...
Impact Hope to Build on 5-1 Win over Union When They Visit D.C. United
Impact hope to build on big win--MONTREAL - Captain Patrice Bernier wants to prove the Montreal Impact's most impressive win in years wasn't just a fluke.Coming off a 5-1 win against Philadelphia last weekend, Bernier and the Impact are determined to...
Imperial Oil Posts $181M Loss Tied to Alberta Wildfires, Revenue Falls 14%
Imperial Oil posts loss tied to Alberta fires--CALGARY - Imperial Oil had a $181-million loss in its second quarter, mostly due to the wildfires that raged through northern Alberta in May, sparking a massive evacuation and curtailing oilsands production.The...
Injured Canadian 'Keeper Erin McLeod Hopes to Inspire Other with Motive Nation
Canadian 'keeper Erin McLeod hopes to inspire--Erin McLeod knows watching the Olympics won't be easy.The injured goalkeeper will be cheering her Canadian teammates on from Sweden, where she and wife Ella Masar McLeod play their club soccer."If I'm being...
Judge Tosses out Jury Verdict in B.C. Terror Trial, Rules RCMP Entrapped Pair
Judge rules RCMP entrapped pair into terrorism--VANCOUVER - A British Columbia couple found guilty of terrorism charges have had their verdicts tossed out in a scathing court decision that flays the RCMP for its "egregious" conduct in manipulating naive...
Kevin Glenn Throws Two TD Passes, Alouettes Beat Riders 41-3
Glenn and Alouettes hammer Riders 41-3--MONTREAL - The Alouettes certainly did not look like the league's worst offence on Friday.Montreal came into the game dead last in five offensive categories, but it didn't show on the field as the Als beat the...
Major Stock Markets Show Little Movement, Crude Oil Posts Slight Recovery
Loonie, oil, Toronto stock index creep higher--TORONTO - It was a slow day for North American stock markets, with major indexes barely nudged in either direction despite major economic data released overnight and Friday.Going into this week, investors...
Man Accused of Stabbing Soldiers at Toronto Military Centre Found Fit to Stand Trial
Man accused of stabbing soldiers fit to stand trial--TORONTO - A man accused of stabbing soldiers at a Toronto military recruitment centre in March has been found fit to stand trial.Ayanle Hassan Ali, a 27-year-old born in Montreal, allegedly stabbed...
Matt Nichols Leads Bombers to First Win at Commonwealth Stadium since 2006
Nichols, Bombers beat Eskimos 30-23--EDMONTON - The back-up plan worked out well for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Thursday night.A switch to Matt Nichols as the starting quarterback paid off as the Blue Bombers snapped a two-game losing skid, coming...
Mental Illness Only Explanation for Alleged Quebec Election Gunman's Acts: Psychiatrist
Bain was a 'ticking time bomb': psychiatrist--MONTREAL - The only explanation for accused Quebec election night shooter Richard Henry Bain's actions outside the Parti Quebecois gathering in 2012 is mental illness, a forensic psychiatrist told his first-degree...
Montreal's Just for Laughs Festival Fundraising for Comedian's Legal Fees
Just for Laughs fundraising for Mike Ward--MONTREAL - Montreal's Just for Laughs comedy festival is throwing its support behind a Quebec comedian who was ordered to pay damages to a young artist he mocked onstage.The internationally renowned festival...
Most Actively Traded Companies on the TSX
Most actively traded companies on the TSX--Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (14,582.74, up 30.02 points):Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Oil and gas. Up 32 cents, or 5.51 per cent, to...
NB Power Says Pair of Transmission Tower Climbing Teens Risked Injury or Death
NB Power says climber boys risked death--SAINT JOHN, N.B. - A safety official in New Brunswick says two teens don't know how close they came to serious harm after trying a stunt that has hospitalized or killed three people in two other provinces.NB Power...
New Water Supply to Saskatchewan City to Deal with Husky Oil Spill by Weekend
New water supply to Saskatchewan city by weekend--PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Saskatchewan's third-largest city was expecting to have alternate sources of water on the weekend to help deal with an oil spill that has tainted the river it usually draws from.Prince...
No Line Item on Natural Gas Bills to Show Cost of Ontario's Cap-and-Trade Plan
No cap-and-trade line on natural gas bills--TORONTO - Ontario's opposition accuses the government of trying to hide the cost of its climate change plan by not having a separate item for cap-and-trade on natural gas bills.The Ontario Energy Board announced...
N.S. Judge Says Aboriginal Man Must Be Jailed for Gun Crime, despite Background
Aboriginal denied house arrest in guns case--HALIFAX - An aboriginal man who sought a conditional sentence for several gun convictions has been instead jailed by a judge who said the man's crimes outweighed considerations about his background.Stephen...
Pleas for Better Police Training Blend with Tears at Funeral of Somali-Canadian
Tears and pleas at funeral of Somali-Canadian--OTTAWA - Demands for answers and better police training were mixed with tears and sorrow as family, friends and members of Ottawa's tight-knitted Muslim community memorialized a Somali-Canadian man who died...
PMO's Explanation about Tootoo "Pretty Lame": Former Nunavut Politician
PMO explanation on Tootoo "lame": Anawak--OTTAWA - The Liberals need to own up and explain why Hunter Tootoo -- billed as star candidate in the last election -- is no longer a member of cabinet or caucus, a former Nunavut politician said Friday.Jack...
Sault Ste. Marie Police Chief Slams Prosecutors, Demands Review in Murder Plea Deal
Police chief slams prosecutors in murder plea deal--Anger has boiled over in a northern Ontario city following a plea deal that will allow three men who decapitated and dismembered a friend at a wild drug-fuelled house party to walk free within two years.Ronald...
Strong Support for B.C. Housing Tax but Little Confidence in Its Efficacy: Poll
Strong support for housing tax in B.C.: poll--VANCOUVER - An Angus Reid Institute online poll has found that most respondents support a tax on foreign buyers of Metro Vancouver homes but at the same time doubt how effective the move will be at cooling...
Study Comparing Carbon Prices Finds Alberta's Will Be Highest in Canada by 2020
Alberta's carbon priciest by 2020: study--OTTAWA - Move over, British Columbia: Canada's oilpatch next door in Alberta is on track to have Canada's most aggressive carbon pricing system by 2020.That's the conclusion of a new study that compares the coverage...
Supreme Court Says Circumstantial Evidence Can Be Enough for Child Porn Cases
High court sides with Crown in porn case--OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada says circumstantial evidence can be enough to convict someone of possessing child pornography.In a decision Friday, the high court ruled unanimously that the Crown does not...
'This Election's Important to Me': Grumbling about Protesters at Dem Convention
Grumbling about protesters at Dem convention--PHILADELPHIA,, Pa. - Claire Merced couldn't believe people walked out on the Democratic convention. Really. The California convention-goer assumed the media had made up or exaggerated the stories about a...
Today in History - Aug. 10
Today in History - Aug. 10--Today in History for Aug. 10:On this date:In 258, St. Lawrence was martyred in Rome, when he was slowly roasted on a gridiron.In 1498, John Cabot, whose sea voyage to the east coast of North America laid the groundwork for...
Today in History - Aug. 11
Today in History - Aug. 11--Today in History for Aug. 11:On this date:In 1711, the first running at Britain's famous Ascot horse track was held. Ascot was founded by Queen Anne after she came across a natural clearing while out riding near the village...
Today in History - Aug. 12
Today in History - Aug. 12--Today in History for Aug. 12:On this date:In 1615, the first mass in Ontario was celebrated by Father Le Caron in a Huron village near Thunder Bay.In 1658, the first American police force was formed with the founding of the...
Today in History - Aug. 13
Today in History - Aug. 13--Today in History for Aug. 13:On this date:In 1521, Spanish conqueror Hernando Cortez captured present-day Mexico City from the Aztec Indians.In 1792, French revolutionaries imprisoned the royal family.In 1812, General Isaac...
Today in History - Aug. 7
Today in History - Aug. 7--Today in History for Aug. 7:On this date:In AD 117, Roman emperor Marcus Trajan died at age 65. His attitude toward Christianity gradually changed from toleration to persecution. It was during his rule that Apostolic Father...
Today in History - Aug. 8
Today in History - Aug. 8--Today in History for Aug. 8:On this date:In 1471, Thomas Kempis, Dutch mystic and devotional author, died at age 91. His book "The Imitation of Christ" remains in print, a guide to cultivating the inner human spirit.In 1540,...
Today in History - Aug. 9
Today in History - Aug. 9--Today in History for Aug. 9:On this date:In 1535, French explorer Jacques Cartier discovered the Mingan Islands, between Anticosti Island and the Quebec mainland.In 1840, royal assent was given to an act which empowered the...
Today in Music History - Aug. 10
Today in Music History - Aug. 10--Today in Music History for Aug. 10:In 1909, Leo Fender, the man who perfected the electric guitar, was born in Buena Park, Calif. His company manufactured the first mass-produced solid-body electric guitar in 1948. Fender's...
Today in Music History - Aug. 11
Today in Music History - Aug. 11--Today in Music History for Aug. 11:In 1943, Jim Kale, the original bass guitarist with "The Guess Who," was born. He was also a member of "The Guess Who's" forerunner, "Chad Allan and the Expressions," a group formed...
Today in Music History - Aug. 12
Today in Music History - Aug. 12--Today in Music History for Aug. 12:In 1838, Joseph Barnby, English organist and choirmaster, was born. He composed nearly 250 hymn tunes during his life. Of these the most enduring include "Now the Day is Over" and "We...
Today in Music History - Aug. 13
Today in Music History - Aug. 13--Today in Music History for Aug. 13:In 1820, engineer and musicologist Sir George Grove, compiler of "Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians," was born in London.In 1924, Vernon Dalhart recorded what was to become...
Today in Music History - Aug. 7
Today in Music History - Aug. 7--Today in Music History for Aug. 7:In 1942, singer B.J. Thomas was born in Hugo, Okla., but soon moved to Houston, Texas. His easy, middle-of-the-road style was featured on the million-sellers "Hooked on a Feeling" in...
Today in Music History - Aug. 8
Today in Music History - Aug. 8--Today in Music History for Aug. 8:In 1911, Canadian violinist Frederick Grinke was born in Winnipeg. He was known for his performances of 20th-century English music. Composer Ralph Vaughan Williams dedicated his "Sonata...
Today in Music History - Aug. 9
Today in Music History - Aug. 9--Today in Music History for Aug. 9:In 1914, Canadian fiddler King Ganam, whose real name was Ameen Sied, was born in Swift Current, Sask., to Syrian-English parents. He formed "The Sons of the West" in Edmonton in 1942....
Top Atlantic News
Top Atlantic News--Here are the Top Atlantic News stories from The Canadian Press as of 5:30 p.m. AT. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. This advisory...
Top B.C. News as of 4 P.M
Top B.C. News--FRIDAY, July 29Here are the top B.C. and Yukon news stories from The Canadian Press as of 4 p.m. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. Projected word counts and timing of stories and...
Top News Advisory for Friday, July 29, 2016
Top News Advisory for July 29--TOP NEWS ADVISORYFriday, July 296:20 a.m.Here are the latest Top News stories from The Canadian Press. All times are Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change...
Top Prairies-North News as of 4 P.M. MST on Friday, July 29, 2016
Top Prairies-North news--Friday, July 29, 20164 p.m. MSTPRAIRIES-NORTH NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top Prairies-North News stories from The Canadian Press as of 4 p.m. MST. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Entries are subject to change as news...
Toronto Cop Who Got 6 Years for Attempted Murder Granted Bail While He Appeals
Toronto cop gets bail--TORONTO - A Toronto police officer sentenced to six years for gunning down a teen on an empty streetcar three years ago has been granted bail while he appeals the conviction.The appeal judge, Justice Eileen Gillese, said in her...
TREB Wins Extension Days before Deadline to Publish Home Sales Data Online
TREB wins extension in home sales data fight--TORONTO - A Federal Court judge has decided the Toronto Real Estate Board doesn't have to comply with a Competition Tribunal ruling that would allow its realtor members to post home-sales data online -- for...
TSX Listed Corporate Dividends and Distributions Declared July 29
TSX listed corporate dividends, distributions--Dividends or distributions were declared or updated on the following listed issues on the Toronto Stock Exchange on July 29, 2016.<Dh Corporation (TSX:DH): $0.32. Payable Sep 30. Record Sep 16.<Empire...
What Canadians Need to Know after Zika Virus Is Transmitted by Florida Mosquitoes
What Canadians need to know about Zika--As Florida has its first reported case of Zika virus transmitted by mosquitoes on the U.S. mainland, here's what Canadians need to know:What is Zika virus?It's a mosquito-borne illness that has spread to epidemic...
What's Making News in British Columbia
What's making news in British Columbia--FREED PAIR IN TERROR STING RE-ARRESTEDA couple freed by a B.C. Supreme Court judge today were not free for long. John Nuttall and Amanda Korody were let go after a judge stayed terror charges against them, ruling...
What's Making News in the Prairies
What's making news in the Prairies-----ALTERNATE WATER SOURCES FOR PRINT ALBERTSaskatchewan officials say Prince Albert should have access to alternate water sources this weekend to help deal with an oil spill that has tainted the river it usually draws...
What's New on Netflix Canada, Shomi, CraveTV in August
New on Netflix Canada, Shomi, CraveTV in August--A monthly look at what's scheduled to be added to the catalogues of streaming services Netflix Canada, Shomi and CraveTV: TOP PICKSExpectations are high for what's being billed as Netflix's most expensive...
Whitecaps Take on Dallas FC Still Looking for First Victory in Texas
Whitecaps look for another first in Texas--VANCOUVER - They enjoyed the appetizer, and now the Vancouver Whitecaps are ready for the main course.The Whitecaps earned their first point ever in Texas with a 0-0 draw against the Houston Dynamo last weekend....
WTA Rogers Cup Results
WTA Rogers Cup Results--MONTREAL - A U.S. Open Series eventFriday's resultsAt Uniprix Stadium, MontrealPurse: $2.41 million (Premier)Surface: Hard-OutdoorSinglesQuarter-finalsAngelique Kerber (2), Germany, def. Daria Kasatkina, Russia, 6-2, 6-2.Simona...
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