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Morocco’s stirring run to Wednesday’s World Cup semifinals made them the first African nation to reach the global soccer event’s final four, and it united Muslims around the world.
Former Durhamite and National Hockey League player Dean Hopkins has dedicated a bench at the Durham Arena to his former coaches who helped him along his way to the NHL. The bench, unveiled this past week inside the Durham Community Centre and Arena, features a plaque with the inscription: “The Dream Makers. A dedication to […]
The 2023 Tim Hortons Brier isn’t the first big curling event in London. Here’s a brief history.
After landing a deal with the Atlanta Braves, of Major League Baseball, and U.S. telecommunications giant Comcast, a London tech startup has joined a business incubator sponsored by Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.
SR. B NORTH STARS WIN NAILBITERS The Owen Sound North Stars headed back from Ennismore Sunday with a pair of wins and a playoff spot. The North Stars topped the James Gang 12-11 on Saturday and then 9-8 Sunday afternoon to improve to 7-4-1 on the year with four games remaining in the regular season. […]
A collection of news and notes from across Southwestern Ontario’s sports scene NASH CUP RESULTS: Hollie Naughton and David Baillargeon pulled off a historic Canadian sweep in the Nash Cup PSA tournament this weekend at the London Squash & Fitness Club. The top-seed Naughton lived up to her No. 19 world ranking by recovering from […]