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O.J. Simpson was chilling with a beer on a couch before Easter, lawyer says. 2 weeks later he was dead

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O.J. Simpson's last robust discussion with his longtime lawyer was just before Easter, at the country club home Simpson leased southwest of the Las Vegas Strip. About a week later, on April 5, a doctor said Simpson was 'transitioning.'

Tuesday, Apr 16

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Glenn Howard, iconic Canadian curler, announces retirement

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One of the nation's most beloved and decorated curlers, Glenn Howard, officially announced his retirement on Tuesday.

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Ottawa to host Ironman Triathlon in 2025

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The city of Ottawa will be hosting the Ironman Canada Triathlon in 2025. The event will take athletes on a tour of the capital via the Ottawa River parkways and the Rideau Canal.

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Teen hockey players arrested for sexual assault following hazing incident: Manitoba RCMP

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Three teenagers were arrested in connection with a pair of alleged hazing incidents on a Manitoba hockey team, police say.

Lululemon unveils first summer kit for Canada's Olympic and Paralympic teams

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Lululemon showed off its collection for the Summer Olympics and Paralympics on Tuesday at the Liberty Grand entertainment complex. Athletes sported a variety of selections during a fashion show that featured garments to be worn on the…

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'I just started crying': Blue Jays player signs jersey for man in hospital

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An Ontario woman says she never expected to be gifted a Blue Jays jersey for her ailing husband when she sat alone at the team’s home opener next to a couple of kind strangers.

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NHL clears Canadiens defenceman Logan Mailloux ahead of season finale

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The NHL says it has cleared Logan Mailloux for participation after the Montreal Canadiens recalled the defenceman Monday night ahead of their regular-season finale Tuesday.

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Oilers bite Sharks 9-2, McDavid earns 100th assist

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Connor McDavid achieved a rare feat as his team was administering a rare beating.

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Despite weather glitch, the Paris Olympics flame is lit at the Greek cradle of ancient games

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The flame that is to burn at the Paris Olympics was kindled Tuesday at the site of the ancient games in southern Greece.

Recycling Montreal's Olympic Stadium roof: international competition collects bids

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An international competition is hoping to gather new and interesting ways to recycle Montreal's Olympic Stadium roof, which is set to be dismantled this summer.

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Torch and sandals: What to know about the flame-lighting ceremony in Greece for the Paris Olympics

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Here's a look at the workings and meaning of the elaborate flame-lighting ceremony held among the ruins of Ancient Olympia ahead of each modern Olympiad.

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Kingston, Ont.'s Aaliyah Edwards drafted into WNBA

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After four years at the University of Connecticut, Edwards was selected sixth overall by the Washington Mystics in the WNBA draft Monday night.

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Caitlin Clark selected No. 1 in WNBA draft by Indiana Fever

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The Indiana Fever selected sharpshooter Caitlin Clark with the first pick of the WNBA Draft on Monday.

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Nike's U.S. women's Olympic team outfits criticized for being 'born of patriarchal forces'

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Nike's new outfit design for the U.S. women’s Olympic team has been widely criticized on social media by athletes and fans alike, with one former U.S. athlete describing it as a 'costume born of patriarchal forces.'

NBA sets all-time regular-season attendance record

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The NBA broke all-time regular-season records for total attendance, average attendance and sellouts for the second straight year in 2023-24.

Monday, Apr 15

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Beijing half-marathon under investigation after runners allegedly slow down to let Chinese athlete win

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Beijing authorities are investigating Sunday's Beijing's half-marathon after footage shared online showed three African runners appearing to slow down near the finish line to allow China's He Jie to overtake them and win.

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Ethiopia's Sisay Lemma wins Boston Marathon in runaway. Kenya's Hellen Obiri repeats in women's race

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Sisay Lemma scorched the first half of the Boston Marathon course on Monday, setting a record pace to build a lead of more than half of a mile.

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Athlete wins 7th Boston Marathon wheelchair title, Rainbow-Cooper wins her 1st women's crown

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Marcel Hug of Switzerland overcame a crash and captured his seventh men’s wheelchair Boston Marathon title, setting a new course record Monday of 1 hour, 15 minutes, 33 seconds.

Leafs or Oilers? Hockey fans split on which team will end Canada's Stanley Cup drought

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The end of the National Hockey League's (NHL) regular season is just days away and four Canadian teams have punched their ticket for the playoffs.

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Olympic opening ceremony could be moved to stadium for security reasons, Macron says

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French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday said the opening ceremony for the Paris Olympics planned on the River Seine could be shifted instead to the country's national stadium if the security threat is deemed too high.

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PWHL hits its home stretch after women's world hockey championship

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The Professional Women's Hockey League enters the home stretch of its inaugural season Thursday when it resumes following the world championship break.

Kadri helps Flames rally to edge Coyotes 6-5

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Trailing by a goal entering the third period, Nazem Kadri stepped up as he has all season.

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Winning bidder of classic hockey cards looks to find owner who cares more about them

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The winning bidder of more than a dozen unopened boxes of classic hockey cards uncovered in a Regina home says he's feeling remorse over his $3.7-million-dollar purchase after hearing how sad the runner-up was upon losing out.

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Canada beats U.S. in overtime to win women's hockey world final

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Canada beat the United States 6-5 on Sunday in a breathtaking women's world hockey championship gold medal game.

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Unstoppable Scheffler wins another Masters green jacket

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Scottie Scheffler pulled ahead in the Masters with magnificent shots Sunday and poured it on along the back nine at Augusta National for a four-under 68 to claim his second green jacket in three years.

Seeing purple: Fans get a new track colour and maybe record-breaking times at Paris Olympics

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Fans will be seeing purple at the Olympics when athletes try to set records at this summer's Paris Games. In a move away from a more traditional red-brick clay colour, an Olympic track is going purple for the first time.

Sunday, Apr 14

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Tiger Woods finishes Masters with his highest score as a pro, sets sights on upcoming majors

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Tiger Woods finished the Masters on Sunday with a record he could do without, walking off the course with a 16-over 304, his highest 72-hole score in a career that spans three decades.

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Justin Turner goes 3 for 4, drives in three runs as Blue Jays shut out Rockies 5-0

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Justin Turner went 3 for 4, driving in three runs as the Toronto Blue Jays shut out the Colorado Rockies 5-0 on Sunday.

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Tiger Woods finishes disappointing Masters at 16-over 304, his highest score as a professional

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Tiger Woods finished the Masters on Sunday with a record he could do without, walking off the course with a 16-over 304, his highest 72-hole score in a career that spans three decades.

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Scheffler, Morikawa tee off in final round of the Masters at Augusta National

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Scottie Scheffler has a one-shot lead over Collin Morikawa as the final pairing tees off Sunday afternoon at the 2024 Masters Championship at Augusta National Golf Course.