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What you need to know about COVID-19: August 11, 2020
Former Cape Breton Eagles bench boss named head coach in Shawinigan
This year's Tely 10 will be a home run; Newfoundland's iconic road race going virtual
Glace Bay's Shaw, Jets eliminated from NHL qualifiers by Flames
Former Cape Breton Eagle makes Columbus Blue Jackets playoff history in win over Toronto Maple Leafs
Cougars name Syms new head coach, Rogers joins as assistant coach
Mooseheads alum Rane Carnegie launches campaign to get his grandfather Herb into Hockey Hall of Fame
Previous St. John's Regattas have been cancelled by war, disasters and political unrest
This week will mark the eighth time in the past century and a half that the Royal St. John’s Regatta has been cancelled by what might be termed a disaster or world events. In 1874, the races weren't held due to rain. They were cancelled ...
No day at the races in St. John's
"All gone, b’ys?” “All gone?” “Spin the wheel!” And with those orders, so springs the optimism and anticipation of anxious patrons of the ancient city garden party. Of winning an enormous plush toy, ...
Canadian Premier League soccer season to be played in Charlottetown
The Canadian Premier League’s 2020 soccer season will be held in Charlottetown. League commissioner David Clanachan announced plans Wednesday for a league hub in the Prince Edward Island capital, with games set to start on Aug. 13. The ...
A pair of aces: Truro players accomplish extremely rare golf feat
Derek MacKay stood on the 17th tee at Truro Golf Club looking to hit one close. Playing an up-and-down back nine, MacKay was in “damage control” as he tried to piece together a solid round and put a number on a scorecard that was ...
Report: Former Eagle to be traded to Acadie-Bathurst
A former Cape Breton Eagle draft pick may soon find a new home in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. According to Robert Lagacé of L'Acadie Nouvelle in Bathurst, N.B., the Acadie-Bathurst Titan will acquire goaltender Tommy Da Silva ...
Former Cape Breton Oiler Tuomainen back as assistant coach in Finland
A former Cape Breton Oiler will be back behind the bench for the 2020-21 season. Marko Tuomainen will return as an assistant coach with KalPa of the Liiga. The Finland native has been an assistant coach with the team for the past three ...
Baseball, softball can return to competition in Nova Scotia
Baseball and softball players may soon be hitting the field in Nova Scotia. Baseball Nova Scotia and Softball Nova Scotia can return to competition this summer, this after many believed the season could be lost because of the COVID-19 ...
Former Cape Breton Oiler lands head coaching job in Switzerland
A former Cape Breton Oiler player will continue his coaching career in Switzerland for the 2020-21 season. Éric Landry recently signed as head coach of the HCB Ticino Rockets, a Swiss professional hockey team. The 45-year-old has never ...
Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame planning expansion
The Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame plans to expand its multi-purpose facility in Petitcodiac, N.B. The expansion will include a large banquet room on site, capable of hosting larger functions including the annual hall of fame induction ...
Return-to-play plan approved for Nova Scotia Curling Association
The Nova Scotia Curling Association’s return-to-play plan has been approved by the provincial government for the 2020-21 season. In a Facebook post to members on Monday, the Sydney Curling Club said if the COVID-19 situation remains the same ...