TORONTO — It would take just one minute. One minute for sport-team leaders in Canada, at all levels, to help end the lingering, Neanderthal culture that promotes the misguided, potentially life-threatening idea that a head-struck athlete somehow shows off his or her “toughness” by playing through a possible concussion. That was what the Concussion Legacy Foundation Canada told a news conference Tuesday at Queen’s Park in launching a new education campaign called Team Up Speak Up.
Julie Johnston of the United States competes for the ball with Wang Shanshan of China in a 2015 Women's World Cup quarterfinal in Ottawa. Jana Chytilova/Freestyle Photo / Getty Images The eyes of the soccer world could be on Ottawa again in 2026.
'I've been released,' Redblacks defensive back Imoan Claiborne posts Published on: August 13, 2017 | Last Updated: August 13, 2017 9:37 PM EDT Redblacks defensive back Imoan Claiborne, right, interferes with Eskimos receiver Bryant Mitchell during Thursday's game at TD Place stadium, earning a 36-yard penalty. Wayne Cuddington/Postmedia Wayne Cuddington / Postmedia Imoan Claiborne has been released by the Ottawa Redblacks, the defensive back posted online on Sunday. “It’s been a roller...
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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