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PGA Tour is set to take control of struggling Canadian Tour

The PGA Tour is about to welcome the Canadian Tour under its umbrella. In December of 2011, the Canadian Tour and the U.S.-based PGA Tour entered into a one-year working agreement.

Rowers want future reviews to be 'open and transparent'

Olympic gold-medallist Kevin Light of Sidney knows it's not going to change Rowing Canada's controversial decision to fire noted coach Mike Spracklen. "Mike's gone," said Light.

Paralympian in Cougars' den

The Victoria Cougars will have a special guest on hand for tonight's game against the Westshore Wolves at Archie Browning Sports Centre.

NFC West lead on line in Frisco

NFC Worst? Not anymore. That was so 2010. Here in 2012, the NFC West is the best division in all of pro football. And the two best teams in the division, the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks face off in the city by the bay tonight.

Edmonton council walks away from arena deal

The deal to build a new arena for the Edmonton Oilers collapsed Wednesday, with city councillors pointing the finger of blame at Oilers owner Daryl Katz and his last-minute demands for millions more in taxpayers money.

Victoria golfers take aim at PGA

Anderson, Renfrew gearing up for gruelling qualifying school

Curlers have record game

A group of curlers from Campbell River are sitting by the phone waiting to see if they've played their way into the Guinness Book of World Records.

Former Royal a hit with new team

GAME DAY: CALGARY VS. VICTORIA 7 p.m. at Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre Radio: The Zone 91.3 FM / TV: None Zane Jones could have acted as the official tour guide for his Calgary Hitmen teammates on the ferry ride over to the Island.

Vilma gets warm welcome back by Saints

As the Saints began their pre-practice stretch on Wednesday, receiver Lance Moore hopped up, looked over at linebacker Jonathan Vilma, and hollered, "Glad you're back! We missed you!" while the entire team offered a round of applause.

Threat of rain keeps Tigers, Yankees from playing

GAME DAY: NEW YORK AT DETROIT, 1 P.M. One win from the World Series. Rainy or not, the Detroit Tigers will have to wait.