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Kelly wins Shaw Classic in one-hole playoff with Huston

Kelly wins Shaw Classic in one-hole playoff with Huston

CALGARY — A slight case of nerves didn’t stop Jerry Kelly from draining a four-foot putt to win the Shaw Charity Classic on Sunday.

Kelly wins playoff in Canada for 3rd Champions title of year

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Jerry Kelly missed a chance to win in regulation and then made short work in the playoff Sunday with a 4-foot birdie putt to win the Shaw Charity Classic for his third title of the season on the PGA Tour Champions.
Advanced Ed minister says Alberta will help with cash for 500 school staff relocation

Advanced Ed minister says Alberta will help with cash for 500 school staff relocation

EDMONTON — Alberta’s Advanced Education minister says he is willing to help Athabasca University with whatever it wants – including money – to relocate 500 employees to the small town that's the school's namesake, but says the school has not stepped

Canada's junior hockey team adds Steelheads defenceman Del Mastro for worlds

CALGARY — Canada added defenceman Ethan Del Mastro to the roster for the upcoming IIHF world junior hockey championships.

Canada beats Sweden 4-1 to claim gold in Hlinka Gretkzy Cup

RED DEER, Alta. — Canada scored early and often and also stayed out of the penalty box en route to a 4-1 victory over Sweden in the gold-medal final of the Hlinka Gretzky Cup.

Triplett edges ahead at Shaw Charity Classic in Canada

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Kirk Triplett shot a steady 2-under 68 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Shaw Charity Classic.
Triplett tops Shaw Charity Classic leaderboard

Triplett tops Shaw Charity Classic leaderboard

CALGARY — Kirk Triplett knows what it’s like to be in contention at the Shaw Charity Classic. Now, the 60-year-old from Scottsdale, Ariz.
Stampeders coach Dave Dickenson released from COVID-19 protocol

Stampeders coach Dave Dickenson released from COVID-19 protocol

Calgary Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson was released from COVID-19 protocols Saturday after his team defeated the Ottawa Redblacks without him. Dickenson didn't travel with the Stampeders to Ottawa for Friday's game, which Calgary won 17-3.

Hockey Canada board chair resigns amid scandal fallout

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Michael Brind'Amour has resigned as the chair of Hockey Canada's board of directors amid scrutiny of the organization for its handling of sexual assault allegations against members of previous men's junior teams.
Hockey Canada's board chair Michael Brind’Amour steps down

Hockey Canada's board chair Michael Brind’Amour steps down

CALGARY — The chair of Hockey Canada's board of directors has resigned. Michael Brind’Amour has stepped down effective immediately, Hockey Canada said Saturday in a statement.