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Dinos fantastic in final minute rally for quarter-final win

VANCOUVER (CIS) – The No. 4-seeded Calgary Dinos erased a three-point deficit in the final minute of regulation to defeat the No. 5 McGill Redmen 72-69 in the quarter-finals of the 2016 ArcelorMittal Dofasco CIS Men’s Basketball Final 8 on Thursday evening…

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NO. 7 Dinos run away from Spartans

DINOS RUN AWAY FROM SPARTANS

LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western had their hands full Saturday night as the visiting No. 7 Calgary Dinos defeated the Spartans 119-75 at the Langley Events Centre in Langley, B.C. The win moves the Dinos to 12-3,…

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CIS attendance record set at Crowchild Classic

CALGARY- In front of an exhilarating, CIS record-breaking 12,859 fans the University of Calgary Dinos defeated the Mount Royal University Cougars in double overtime, 2-1, Thursday Jan. 21st at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary.

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Calgary Dinos completed the sweep of the No. 10 Spartans

CALGARY – The No. 4 University of Calgary Dinos completed the sweep of the No. 10 Trinity Western Spartans with a 3-1 victory Saturday night at Jack Simpson Gym.

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Buckley, Mark, Dinos wrap up record regular season

OTTAWA (CIS) – It was a record-setting day for quarterback Andrew Buckley, kicker Johnny Mark and the nationally top-ranked University of Calgary Dinos, who wrapped up an unblemished 8-0 regular season with a dominating 64-28 road win over the Alberta Golden…

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Calgary Dinos are the top-ranked team in CIS football

OTTAWA (CIS) – The University of Calgary Dinos are the top-ranked team in CIS football for the seventh consecutive week and are now one win away from an unblemished regular season.

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Canada West Champs set to fine tune before CIS Championships

By Ali Lee, Vikes Communications

VICTORIA, B.C. – The University of Victoria Vikes women's field hockey team enter their final regular season games this weekend, Oct. 24-25, against the visiting Calgary Dinos. With their current 5-0-1 record the Vikes have…

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Vike and DInos finish scoreless in final road game

By Jamie Umbach, Vikes Communications with information from Dinos Communications

CALGARY, AB - The CIS No. 8 ranked University of Victoria Vikes women's soccer team finished their Alberta road trip with a 0-0 draw with the Calgary Dinos on Oct. 18. The…

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Huskies win third straight to open season

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies made it three straight wins to open the Canada West season with a 3-2 win over the University of Calgary Dinos Friday night

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Vikes fend off frozen turf to blank Dinos,win streak at three

By Ali Lee, Vikes Communications

VICTORIA, B.C. – The University of Victoria Vikes women's field hockey team extended their win and shut-out streak to three after blanking the Calgary Dinos, 2-0, in sub-zero conditions, Oct. 3. The visiting Vikes took 51…

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WolfPack Open West Coast Classic With Five Setter Win

By Larry Read

Langley, BC—The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team have opened up the 2015 West Coast Classic tournament with a five set defeat.

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Dinos win Five setter In Dino Cup Volleyball Action

CALGARY – The Trinity Western men’s volleyball team took the first and third sets, but was unable to hold off a resilient Calgary side, as the Dinos rallied twice to even the match, before winning the fifth set 15-12 Friday. The final score saw TWU lose…

Saskatchewan Headlines

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Broncos Unveil 50th Season Commemorative Logo

SWIFT CURRENT, SK – The Swift Current Broncos hockey club are proud to announce a new commemorative logo to celebrate 50 years of Broncos hockey.

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Canada West football clash to open new Mosaic Stadium

The game will be the first event ever at the $278 million facility, which will host the Rams and Canadian Football League’s Saskatchewan Roughriders full-time beginning with the 2017 season
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Parenteau Invited to Canucks Development Camp

Prince Albert, SK – The Prince Albert Raiders would like to congratulate goaltender Rylan Parenteau on being invited to the Vancouver Canucks Summer Development Camp.

The camp runs from July 4 to 7 in Shawnigan Lake, BC.

“I was ecstatic,” Parenteau said of…

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Max Rottluff captures victory at SIGA Dakota Dunes Open

ROTTLUFF CAPTURES FIRST VICTORY AT SIGA DAKOTA DUNES OPEN
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Lajoie Selected by Ottawa Senators at 2016 NHL Draft

SWIFT CURRENT, SK – Swift Current Broncos defenceman Max Lajoie was selected in the fifth round, 133rd overall by the Ottawa Senators at the 2016 NHL Draft in Buffalo, New York on Saturday.

Lajoie had a productive sophomore campaign last season with the…

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Vojtech Budik Drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in 2016 NHL Draft

Raiders rookie selected with 130th overall pick
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Paul McConnell leads at SIGA Dakota Dunes Open

Round 1 – SIGA Dakota Dunes Open
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Mark Lamb Hired as Head Coach of Tucson Roadrunners

SWIFT CURRENT, SK – WHL Bronco Board Chairman Liam Choo-Foo announced on Wednesday morning that Head Coach and General Manager Mark Lamb has resigned from the Swift Current Broncos to take on a head coaching position with the Tucson Roadrunners of the…

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Canada Looks Strong Heading into Saskatoon

Canadian Men's Volleyball Team Ready for World League at Home!
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Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada season resumes in Saskatoon

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The Mackenzie Tour season resumes this week at the SIGA Dakota Dunes Open at Dakota Dunes Golf Links, just south of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The fourth event of the year comes with plenty at stake as the event marks its…

Ontario Headlines

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Philippe Bédard nominated to Team Canada for Rio

Tennis Canada and the Canadian Paralympic Committee announced Monday that Philippe Bédard (Bromont, Que.) has been officially nominated to compete for Canada in wheelchair tennis at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games in September.
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Shooter Doug Blessin nominated for selection to Team Canada

Shooter Doug Blessin nominated for selection to Team Canada for Rio 2016 Paralympic Games
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Silver for Canada's women at the beach Porec Major

Silver Again for Pavan and Bansley at Porec
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Canadian Triathlon Team Nominated for Rio 2016

Five first-time Olympic triathletes poised to shock the world in Rio

TORONTO (June 29, 2016) – A dynamic group of five first-time Olympic competitors nominated to represent Team Canada are hungry to deliver a knockout punch when they step onto the beach for…

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Canada comes up short against Cuba at Qualifier

Canada comes up short at Continental Beach Championship final
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Brier, world champ Nolan Thiessen joins Curling Canada team

Curling Canada is adding one of the game’s best players to its organization, it was announced today
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Rocque returning to China to guide Olympic men’s team

A Canadian curling legend will be taking his coaching talents overseas, it was announced today
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BLUE JAYS PAST & PRESENT HIT THE LINKS

21st Annual Jays Care Golf Classic raises $850,000 for Canadian children and youth
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BLUE JAYS SIGN 24 FROM 2016 DRAFT

The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have signed 24 of their 41 selections, including nine of 11 from the top 10 rounds in the 2016 First Year Player Draft. First round pick (21st overall) RHP TJ ZEUCH highlights the list noted below.

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Curling Canada adopts concussion policy

Curling Canada adopts concussion policy for national championship events
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ROGERS CUP TO WELCOME 60 OF THE TOP 65 PLAYERS IN THE WORLD

Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, and Garbiñe Muguruza highlight player fields in Toronto and Montreal
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CIS Soccer Athlete Suspended for the Presence of Ephedrine

The athlete, who resides in Ottawa, Ontario, is ineligible to participate in any capacity with any sport signatory to the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP), including training with teammates

Prince Edward Island Headlines

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UPEI Women’s Basketball Panthers welcome Lauren Shallow

Charlottetown, PEI (June 30, 2016)— University of Prince Edward Island Women’s Basketball Head Coach Greg Gould is pleased to announce Lauren Shallow has committed to the Panthers for the upcoming 2016-17 season.

Shallow, a 5’10’’ honours student, attended…

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Andrea Mahoney commits to UPEI

Mahoney commits to UPEI Women’s Soccer Panthers
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MacAdam named head coach for UPEI Cross Country Track & Field

MacAdam is well known in Atlantic Canada having coached at the school, provincial, and Canada Games levels on PEI for over 30 years
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Master of Arts, Island Studies student wins scholarship to study…

Photo: UPEI’s Erin Rowan (right) with Dr. Lisha O'Sullivan and Dr. Emer Ring of the Department of Reflective Pedagogy and Early Childhood Studies at Mary Immaculate College, along with Dr. Ring's daughter Iseult in Cill Rialaig, a famine village in County…

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AVC grad student awarded prestigious fellowship from Aarhus…

Mobility Fellowship will allow Denise Happ to complete her PhD at UPEI and Denmark
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Three friends from NS commit to UPEI Men's Soccer

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All three recruits will be entering the Faculty of Science and majoring in Kinesiology
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Tyffanie Bordage to join UPEI Soccer Panthers

PHOTO: Rogersville, N.B. native Tyffanie Bordage will join the UPEI Women's Soccer team this fall
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Forward Pellerin commits to UPEI Women’s Hockey

Halifax West High School honours student Jenna Pellerin will join the UPEI Women's Hockey Panthers in September
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UPEI Women's Hockey signs Kristen MacIntyre

UPEI Women’s Hockey signs Kristen MacIntyre for 2016-17 season
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Kyle Rotterman commits to UPEI Panther Basketball

Charlottetown, PEI (March 23, 2016)—University of Prince Edward Island Men’s Basketball Coach Tim Kendrick announced today that Burlington, Ontario native Kyle Rotterman has committed to the Panthers for 2016–17.

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Baker commits to UPEI Women’s Hockey Panthers for 2016-17

Charlottetown, PEI (March 3, 2016)—University of Prince Edward Island Women’s Hockey Coach Bruce Donaldson is pleased to announce that Chatham, Ontario native Sydnee Baker has committed to the Panthers for the 2016–17 season.

UPEI Womens Basketball set to Shoot for the Cure

UPEI Women's Basketball set to Shoot for the Cure

Charlottetown, PEI (January 12, 2016)-- UPEI Athletics and Recreation will host the ninth annual Shoot for the Cure fundraiser this Friday, January 15 when the Women’s Basketball Panthers take on the Acadia Axewomen.

Yukon Headlines

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Emily Nishikawa and Alex Harvey Big Winners at Haywood Ski…

—Nishikawa wins third gold, Harvey fourth, in cross-country ski marathon—

WHITEHORSE—Emily Nishikawa and Alex Harvey are the big winners as the Haywood Ski Nationals came to a close in Whitehorse on Saturday.

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Dahria Beatty and Alex Harvey Capture Skate Distance Titles

—Beatty snags first national title, Harvey posts back-to-back victories—

WHITEHORSE—Dahria Beatty and Alex Harvey will etch their names in the history books as champions of the 10- and 15-kilometre skate-ski races at the 2016 Haywood Ski Nationals.

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Emily Nishikawa and Alex Harvey Win Interval Start Races

—Whitehorse athletes rack up three medals on day two of national championships—

WHITEHORSE—Emily Nishikawa and Alex Harvey climbed onto the top of the women’s and men’s podiums in the classic-ski interval start races on the second day of the Haywood Ski…

Nunavut Headlines

Arthur Siksiks team from Rankin Inlet

Another historic day for Nunavut at 2016 Canadian Juniors

STRATFORD, Ont. — It took nearly four years for a Nunavut team to win a game at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships, presented by Egg Farmers of Ontario.

World Headlines

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Rebels Deliver First Win In BCFC Home Opener…

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HarbourCats Offence Kicks Into Gear to…

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Bells Ring Up HarbourCats in First Meeting…

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South Shuts Out North in West Coast League…

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Story and Photos by Christian J. Stewart (ISN) July 19, 2016, Longview, WA (ISN) - Kyle…
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Rebels Ready For Turn Around In 2016 BCFC…

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Story and images by Erich Eichhorn (ISN) July 16, 2016 Langford, BC ( ISN ) - After a…

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Sept 23,2014(ISN) - Now I understand why Toronto Maple Leafs fans are such supporters of the new iPhone 6.

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