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Antler Up: Edmonton Elks new name of city CFL team

Antler Up: Edmonton Elks new name of city CFL team

Local CFL team is still the green and gold.
Edmonton Golf Association celebrates centennial milestone

Edmonton Golf Association celebrates centennial milestone

Okotokian Knox off another Canadian record

Okotokian Knox off another Canadian record

Swimming: Finlay Knox breaks 200m IM mark established at 2008 Olympics
Oilers fans won’t let the pandemic stunt their passion ahead of the 2021 NHL Playoffs

Oilers fans won’t let the pandemic stunt their passion ahead of the 2021 NHL Playoffs

The 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs have arrived in Edmonton and fans of the Oilers are more excited than ever.
Alberta's 55-plus groups await return to competition

Alberta's 55-plus groups await return to competition

Knowing the inherent physical, psychological and social benefits of pursuing an active lifestyle, Alberta's 55 plus groups encourage taking up a new activity and--why not?--competing in it.
Olds discus athlete still hoping to qualify for Tokyo Olympics

Olds discus athlete still hoping to qualify for Tokyo Olympics

Rachel Andres has until the end of June to qualify and is 95 per cent certain Olympics will be held, despite COVID
Mixed results for Canadian teams at Champions Cup as Homan wins, Bottcher loses

Mixed results for Canadian teams at Champions Cup as Homan wins, Bottcher loses

CALGARY — Win or lose the season's first Grand Slam final, Team Bottcher vice Darren Moulding felt his teammates should be more than proud of their showing in the curling bubble.
Canmore cyclist Sara Poidevin is switching gears to reach next level

Canmore cyclist Sara Poidevin is switching gears to reach next level

Practice makes perfect for Canmore cycling star Sara Poidevin.
St. Paul Canadiens re-establishing unique affiliation with Montreal Canadiens

St. Paul Canadiens re-establishing unique affiliation with Montreal Canadiens

The unique relationship between the St. Paul-based junior hockey club and the NHL team has existed since the 1950s. Work is being done to reconnect the two organizations, and will include alumni hockey games coming to St. Paul, along with a list of other projects.
Canada's Bottcher defeats Denmark's Noergaard 7-5 at world men's curling championship

Canada's Bottcher defeats Denmark's Noergaard 7-5 at world men's curling championship

CALGARY — Canada's Brendan Bottcher has been challenged in a variety of ways over his first three games at the BKT Tires & OK Tire World Men's Curling Championship.