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2021 CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL ROUND SET TO KICK OFF

TORONTO. - Canada Soccer’s Canadian Championship Semi-Final Round kicks off 27 October in Hamilton, Ontario as Forge FC host CF Montréal for a chance in the 2021 Canadian Championship Final. Toronto FC host Pacific FC in the second Semi-Final scheduled for 3 November at Toronto’s BMO Field. Both matches will air live and exclusively on One Soccer, available as a linear channel on TELUS's Optik TV (Channel 980) as well as online at OneSoccer.ca, through the OneSoccer app and on the fuboTV Canada platform.

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Canada's Women's National Soccer Team beats New Zealand to extend winning record to 12 in 2021

TORONTO. - Canada Soccer Women’s National Team defeated New Zealand 1:0 in their second Celebration Tour victory in Montreal, QC to set a National Women’s Team record of 12 straight undefeated matches since April 2021. Adriana Leon’s 16’ goal was her third in two games and Stephanie Labbé and Erin McLeod combined for the shutout victory. The win extended Canada's undefeated streak to 12 matches in 2021, a new Women's National Team record.

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COC announces vaccine mandate for Beijing 2022

TORONTO – On Wednesday, the Canadian Olympic Committee, with the support of its Board of Directors and Athletes’ Commission, notified all potential members of Canada’s Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games team that they must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to be named to Team Canada.

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Olympic champion Maggie Mac Neil named Best Female Athlete at Tokyo 2020

TORONTO – Olympic champion Maggie Mac Neil was named Best Female Athlete of Tokyo 2020 on Sunday by the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) in Greece.

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COC and CPC statement on the appointment of the new Minister of Sport

TORONTO – The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) issued the following statement on the appointment of Pascale St-Onge as Minister of Sport and Minister responsible for the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec:

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NYCFC Score 6 For The First Time; Crush DC United

New York. - Yogi Berra is credited with the phrase “90 percent of the game is half mental.” Witticism aside, there's much to be said about that line as it took the Gents in Blue exactly 35 seconds to score the game winner in last night's match against division rival DC United last night on route to a crushing 6-0 win to vault themselves into 5th place in the East with 3 matches remaining. This was one of those matches where literally everything went right; from 3 goals in the first 11 minutes to a clean sheet on a largely untested Sean Johnson to 6 goals in a match for the first time ever.

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The Making of the Wooden Lacrosse Stick

TORONTO. - Looking at the history and tradition of the game, I thought this week we would look at the process of making the wooden lacrosse stick. All the love, effort, and craftsmanship that makes a quality stick. In the modern game, we have gotten used to everyone using plastic sticks, manufactured by machine, but still strung by hand, but that wasn't the lineage that the game came from. From the beginning of the Creator's game, it was always wooden sticks used, created by talented men such as Alfie Jacques.

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509 Minute Scoring Drought Over, NYCFC Comes Away With Tie In Atlanta

New York. - It took an unseemly 509 minutes across 6 matches (including 4 straight shut outs) but the Gents in Blue finally scored a goal to force a 1-1 tie on the road against division rival Atlanta. For much of this match, it absolutely appeared that NYCFC would be shut out again, now for a 5th straight time, until the 90th minute when midfielder Gudmundur Thórarinsson's free kick sailed past Goalie Brad Guzan for an unbridled team sigh of relief. “I hope so.” was coach Ronny Deila’s response if this goal will lighten the pressure off the team going into their home match against 7th place DC United this Saturday; a match they need to win if they hope to stay in the playoff hunt.

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