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  • MLS notebook: Conference finals set, Canada national team in Orlando

    MLS notebook: Conference finals set, Canada national team in Orlando
    The late-night game provided no goals, but plenty of celebration in Seattle. The Sounders advanced to the MLS Western Conference finals thanks to the away goals tiebreaker after a scoreless draw with FC Dallas late Monday night. Seattle tied Dallas, 1-...
  • No Noel, no chance as Sixers fall to 0-7

    TORONTO Soon the creative ways to convey just how awful the 76ers' health has been this season will run out. Sunday night, the Sixers were again without post players Nerlens Noel and Malcolm Thomas in their 120-88 setback to the Toronto Raptors at Air...
  • Reuters poll: Low oil prices, U.S. Fed rate policy to weaken Canadian dollar

    BANGALORE (Reuters) - Falling crude oil prices will probably take the Canadian dollar to a five-year low over the coming year, according to strategists in a Reuters poll, who also expect a tighter policy from the U.S. Federal Reserve to heavily weigh on...
  • Preview: Maple Leafs at Senators

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: Maple Leafs at Senators The Ottawa Senators conclude their four-game homestand when they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs on Sunday in a contest originally scheduled for Oct. 22. That meeting was postponed due to shooting...
  • Canada's DHX To Partner in Chinese Online Kids Channel

    Canada's DHX Media and China National Television are set to launch a new Internet platform company in China focused on children's entertainment. The deal was announced in Beijing by Canadian prime Minister Stephen Harper. Under a revenue sharing scheme,...
  • Canadian Soccer Association rejects mediation

    (Reuters) - The Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) says it will not participate in mediation to resolve a dispute over the proposed use of artificial turf at next year's Women's World Cup. Jo-Ann Pickel, vice chair of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario,...
  • Federal funds help police reopen lab

    Burbank’s high-tech crimes unit is up and running again with the help of federal grant funds, allowing authorities to examine data on seized electronics in-house, an investigative resource that in recent years has been sent to other agencies. The...
  • Speaker Boehner touts bills to build Keystone, repeal Obamacare

    Speaker Boehner touts bills to build Keystone, repeal Obamacare
    Republicans will use their new dominance of Congress to repeal or cut back President Barack Obama's health care reforms, approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline and trim the nation's debt, House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner said on Thursday....
  • Senators win shutout in their house

    Senators win shutout in their house OTTAWA -- There's nothing on the ground outside Canadian Tire Centre quite yet, but Ottawa Senators winger Clarke MacArthur has noticed a "snowball effect" inside the building. "We're definitely playing with more...
  • Late-career love affair with Canada keeps DeYoung sailing

    Late-career love affair with Canada keeps DeYoung sailing
    The suburb of Burr Ridge was founded in 1956, when Dennis DeYoung was a tiny 9-year-old boy living in the Chicago neighborhood of Roseland, fooling around with an accordion and dreaming some sort of musical dreams. Whatever those might have been —...
  • Sandra McClure BenderNovember 5, 2014

    Sandra McClure Bender<br/>November 5, 2014
    Sandra McClure Bender, daughter of Georgia and Myrl McClure was born in Alhambra, CA.  She attended Alhambra High, graduating in 1955, and then the University of Redlands where she met her husband of 55 years, Bob Bender.  After graduating from the...