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Agape Table's oven broke down two weeks ago, and the kitchen manager was cooking turkeys three at a time, then freezing the cooked meat.
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The former University of Arizona Wildcats tailback has recently bounced between baseball and football like he bounced between defenders during Bombers mini-camp over the last three days at IMG Academy.
On Saturday, members of the Canadian Football League Alumni Association met with officials from the Lake of Bays Brewing Company at the company's office in Baysville to announce a new partnership between the two sides.
Urrutia, a 6-5, 232-pound receiver out of Louisville who is working out for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at their annual mini-camp this week, is also the owner of a football team of his own.
Investors Group Field has avoided a red card over design problems less than four weeks before a Canada-U.S. women's soccer game.
The 1989 Grey Cup was the unanimous choice when members of our five-person panel - Premier Brad Wall, Murray McCormick, Ian Hamilton, Kevin Mitchell and yours truly - were asked to rank the top 10 games in Roughriders history.
Mayor Sam Katz was right when he said poor planning caused construction mistakes and cost overruns at Investors Group Field.
Mike O'Shea offered some small, but perhaps revealing, glimpses here Sunday into what kind of head coach he intends to be during his first-ever practice as the new field boss of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Alex Hall, who notched 15 sacks in 2013 for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, has signed with the Panthers, his new club said Friday.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers added another offensive lineman to their roster on Thursday, picking up import Quentin Saulsberry for his first CFL stint.
Roughriders GM Brendan Taman addresses the crowd that was on hand at the Saskatchewan Legislature in Regina at the Grey Cup parade on November 26, 2013.
Why is the NDP government giving the new Winnipeg Blue Bombers stadium $4 million for upgrades? Is it our fault it wasn't built right? Why can't Brandon get $4 million for upgrades to the Keystone Centre or the airport? All the restaurants and hotels in Winnipeg that will be making a ton of money from the Grey Cup should be paying for upgrades to ... (more)
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers added a pair of Ontarians to their roster Wednesday, signing offensive lineman Eric Armitage and defensive back Kevin Prempeh.