New Normal: Three ways sports habits could change after COVID-19

PARIS — As the coronavirus brings the international sports calendar to a grinding halt, AFP Sport looks at three long-standing habits which could change

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Indonesia announces surprise bid for 2032 Olympics

Indonesia unveiled surprise plans to bid for the 2032 Olympics on Saturday as it rides high from its successful staging of the Asian Games.

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Toronto couple gets married virtually surrounded by friends and loved ones

TORONTO — A Toronto couple didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop them from celebrating their special day. Lina Marie and Mihai Miclea got engaged

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Injured Humboldt Broncos player launches lawsuit against drivers in 2018 crash

CALGARY — A hockey player paralyzed from the chest down in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has launched a lawsuit that names both drivers

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Ottawa athletes support Canada’s refusal to attend Tokyo Games

OTTAWA — Some of Ottawa’s top Olympians are expressing support for Canada’s decision not to send athletes to the Tokyo Games unless they are

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First Nations call for Manitoba Hydro Keeyask Generating Station’s closure amid the COVID-19 pandemic

WINNIPEG — First Nations in northern Manitoba are calling for the Manitoba Hydro Keeyask Generating Station to shut down in order to avoid the

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NBA suspends season until further notice over coronavirus

MIAMI — The NBA has suspended its season “until further notice” after a Utah Jazz player tested positive Wednesday for the novel coronavirus, a

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Will jotted on napkin at Sask. McDonald’s is valid, judge says

SASKATOON — A Saskatchewan man’s undated will written on a McDonald’s napkin is a valid document, a judge ruled. “In Saskatchewan, holograph (handwritten) wills

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Ontario confirms three new COVID-19 cases

TORONTO — Ontario health officials have announced three new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total in the province to 34. One patient

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No reason for concern over contaminants in St. Boniface gardens: Province

People living in St. Boniface are being told not to panic over lead and other contaminants found in their gardens. The province partnered with

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