Suzuki, Anderson and Edmundson absent from ice tests

Martin St-Louis’ proteges engaged in acceleration and explosive exercises on Thursday, after being subjected to a battery of physical tests the day before. They were placed in five groups and marched for a few hours under the watchful eye of the head coach and his staff. Some CH color bearers looked exhausted during said on-ice … Read more

Gabriela Dabrowski doubles champion in India

Canadian Gabriela Dabrowski and her partner, Brazilian Luisa Stefani, won the doubles tournament in Chennai, India on Sunday. The top seeds easily defeated Russia’s Anna Blinkova and Natela Dzalamidze in straight sets 6-1, 6-2 in 58 minutes. They hit five aces and didn’t double fault. Luisa Stefani has been sidelined for almost a year due … Read more

The birth of a small big team

It was barely two years after the October Crisis, when Pierre Elliott Trudeau sent the army to the streets of the city of Montreal. In Rang 1 of Falardeau, we were afraid that the FLQ would kidnap the manager of the Caisse populaire. PET had told Radio-Canada The announcement of the birth of the World … Read more

Human rights in Qatar: nothing is settled, deplores Amnesty International

Two months before the Soccer World Cup in Qatar, several voices are being raised to denounce once again the human rights abuses in this small Gulf country. Two former players, Frenchman Éric Cantona and ex-Germany captain Philipp Lahm, have called for a boycott of the competition. Recently, a daily newspaper on Reunion Island also decided … Read more

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