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Nilan says he was fired from radio job for refusing vaccine

MONTREAL (AP) — Former NHL enforcer Chris Nilan says he was fired from a Montreal sports radio station for refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Ex-Montreal Canadien Chris Nilan says he lost radio job over vaccine refusal

Ex-Montreal Canadien Chris Nilan says he lost radio job over vaccine refusal

MONTREAL — Former Montreal Canadiens forward turned radio host Chris Nilan says he was fired from TSN 690, a Montreal sports radio station, after he refused to take a COVID-19 vaccine.
Man arrested over altercation that badly injured 49ers fan

Man arrested over altercation that badly injured 49ers fan

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A suspect was arrested in an altercation that badly injured a San Francisco 49ers fan in a parking lot outside SoFi Stadium during last weekend’s NFC championship game between the 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams, authorities said Fr

Whitecaps acquire defensive midfielder Sebastian Berhalter from Columbus Crew

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps acquired defensive midfielder Sebastian Berhalter from the Columbus Crew on Friday for US$50,000 in 2022 general allocation money.
Davies, Sinclair among five Canadians up for CONCACAF Player of the Year Award

Davies, Sinclair among five Canadians up for CONCACAF Player of the Year Award

Canadians Alphonso Davies, Jonathan David, Jessie Fleming, Stephanie Labbe and Christine Sinclair are up for CONCACAF Player of the Year.

A look at the 2022 Toronto Arrows rugby squad

TORONTO — The Toronto Arrows open their fourth Major League Rugby season Sunday at the Seattle Seawolves. A look at the Arrows: Last Year: Based out of Marietta, Ga., due to pandemic-related travel restrictions, the team went 5-11-0.

Toronto Argonauts re-sign CFL all-star defensive back Edwards, make deal with Stamps

TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts re-signed American defensive back Chris Edwards on Friday. Edwards, 29, appeared in 14 regular-season games with Toronto in 2021, his first year with the club.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats re-sign Canadian offensive lineman Jesse Gibbon

HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats re-signed Canadian offensive lineman Jesse Gibbon on Friday. Gibbon, 25, appeared in 14 regular-season games with Hamilton, starting two, in 2021. The six-foot-five, 300-pound native of Waterloo, Ont.

Montreal Alouettes sign veteran quarterback Davis, release Shiltz

MONTREAL — The Montreal Alouettes signed American quarterback Dominique Davis to a one-year deal Friday. Davis spent the last three seasons with the Ottawa Redblacks after starting his CFL career with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2015-17).

Calgary Stampeders re-sign Canadian receiver Richie Sindani

CALGARY — The Calgary Stampeders re-signed Canadian receiver Richie Sindani on Friday. The six-foot-two, 216-pound Regina native was slated to become a free agent Tuesday. Sindani appeared in all 14 regular-season games last season, starting one.