Wednesday Sep. 20, 2017

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Marc Chambers Remembered

Toronto - The Toronto Argonauts are saddened to announce that longtime stadium announcer Marc Chambers passed away on Friday, May 2. Mark had been courageously fighting cancer since being diagnosed in July 2006.
Toronto - The Toronto Police Lacrosse team has challenged high schools in the GTA to friendly games of field lacrosse.  If any organized lacrosse team wishes to challenge the Toronto Police lacrosse team to a game of field or box lacrosse, please contact Constable David Sawyer.
Toronto - The World Hockey Championships, set for May 2-18 in Halifax and Quebec City, will showcase two Maple Leaf defencemen.

Clemons and Flutie Headed into Hall

Toronto - The Toronto Argonauts Football Club would like to congratulate legendary Argonauts Michael ‘Pinball’ Clemons and Doug Flutie on being named to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, Class of 2008. The entire class will officially be inducted during Hall of Fame weekend from September 18 to September 20, 2008 in Hamilton.

Sundin Talks About His Future

Toronto - The highest scoring player in Maple Leafs history insists he is just like anyone else.  Mats Sundin met the media, Wednesday, to confirm that a groin injury had ended his season with two games left to play.
Toronto - Former Leafs captains Darryl Sittler, Rick Vaive, Wendel Clark and Doug Gilmour joined a prominent group of community leaders Wednesday at the ground breaking ceremony for the new Lakeshore Lions Arena, a community facility that will benefit youth hockey in Toronto.
Toronto - Wondering how you can reduce your carbon footprint? The City of Toronto makes environmental responsibility simple and easy with its range of green programs and initiatives. Attendees will discover how to ‘Live Green’ at Canada Blooms 2008: The Toronto Flower and Garden Show.
Toronto - The Toronto Argonauts Football Club is saddened to announce the loss of one of the CFL's finest recruiters in J.I. Albrecht. Albrecht passed away at the age of 77 in Toronto on Tuesday.
Toronto - As BMO Field gets ready for its second season of professional soccer, the City of Toronto, the Board of Governors of Exhibition Place and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. (MLSE) announced its business results for the year ending December 31, 2007.
Toronto - The Toronto Blue Jays have partnered with Rogers Sportsnet, CBC and TSN to broadcast 144 games during the 2008 season. For the first time in the clubs history, all broadcasts will be shown in high definition by all three networks.
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