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Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
E R Quinn pegged favourite at CDP
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Salerno savouring National Basketball League of Canada (NBL) championship
Tennis: Nadal primed for another French Open charge after Rome crescendo
By Richard Martin BARCELONA (Reuters) - Rafael Nadal has hit form at the perfect time heading into the French Open after a slow start, by his standards, to the claycourt season caused some to doubt his chances of continuing his vice-like grip on the ...
NFL notebook: Panthers' Newton not throwing, Olsen healthy
Cam Newton was not cleared to throw as the Carolina Panthers worked out together Wednesday, four months after the quarterback had shoulder surgery. Head coach Ron Rivera said the team remains focused on Newton returning at full strength for the start ...
Olympics: Tokyo 2020 organizers welcome IOC boxing decision
By Jack Tarrant TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo 2020 organizers welcomed on Thursday the International Olympic Committee’s recommendation to include boxing at next year's Games. The IOC executive board recommended on Wednesday that boxing should keep its ...
Stewart, Gibbs top NASCAR Hall of Fame class
Three-time NASCAR season champion Tony Stewart was elected to the 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame on Wednesday that also includes team owner Joe Gibbs, who joined a second sport's Hall of Fame. Gibbs already was a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame for ...
Motor racing: Hamilton leads the way in first Monaco practice
By Alan Baldwin MONACO (Reuters) - Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton led the way for grieving Mercedes in first practice for the Monaco Grand Prix on Thursday. The Briton, excused media duties following the death of Mercedes' non-executive chairman ...
Motor racing: Lauda's death has taken away heart and soul of F1, says Wolff
By Alan Baldwin MONACO (Reuters) - Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff said the death of triple world champion Niki Lauda had stripped Formula One of its heart and soul, leaving him feeling 'like a zombie' and struggling to contain his emotions. Speaking ...
Soccer: Argentina name nine professionals in women's World Cup squad
(Reuters) - Argentina announced its squad for the women's World Cup on Wednesday, with coach Carlos Borrello calling up nine professional players and drafting in the rest from the country's domestic amateur league. Argentina does not have a ...
Soccer: Relaxed Japan hoping to peak at women's World Cup
By Jack Tarrant and Yoko Kono TOKYO (Reuters) - A fun and relaxed atmosphere prevailed at Japan's training camp on Wednesday as Asako Takakura's team began their final preparations for the women's World Cup in France. The "Nadeshiko" head to France ...
Basketball: Simmons, Bogut, Mills head Australia squad for World Cup
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Ben Simmons, Andrew Bogut and Patty Mills were among nine NBA players included in Australia's the 17-man squad for this year's basketball World Cup on Thursday. The Boomers, who were fourth at the Rio Olympics, have been drawn ...
UEFA aims to double number of women soccer players by 2024
By Simon Evans BUDAPEST (Reuters) - European soccer's governing body UEFA launched a five-year plan for women's soccer on Friday, aiming to double the number of women and girls playing the sport by 2024. The strategy aims to raise the number of women ...