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Toronto FC turfs Inebriatti supporters group in wake of fiery display in Ottawa

Toronto FC turfs Inebriatti supporters group in wake of fiery display in Ottawa

Flares and smoke bombs led to small fires in the stands and the pitch at TD Place in the July 18 match.
TD Place hosting Canada's women's soccer team as it preps for World Cup qualification

TD Place hosting Canada's women's soccer team as it preps for World Cup qualification

The match is set for Sunday, September 2, at TD Place.
Ottawa Senators announce suspended AGM resigns; Harassment case delayed

Ottawa Senators announce suspended AGM resigns; Harassment case delayed

Lee was arrested and charged in late May on allegations he harassed a 19-year-old hotel shuttle driver, and made lewd comments to the victim.
Ottawa Senators sign fourth overall pick Brady Tkachuk

Ottawa Senators sign fourth overall pick Brady Tkachuk

The St. Louis native spent last season with the Boston University Terriers.
Redblacks host Alouettes Saturday

Redblacks host Alouettes Saturday

The two CFL East rivals meet tonight in Ottawa.
Arbitrator awards Senators defencemen Cody Ceci $4.3-million

Arbitrator awards Senators defencemen Cody Ceci $4.3-million

The Ottawa-native scored five goals and added 19 points last season for the Sens.
Stone meets Senators in the middle, signing one-year deal

Stone meets Senators in the middle, signing one-year deal

The forward had originally asked for $9-million.
Redblacks receiver suspended under CFL doping policy

Redblacks receiver suspended under CFL doping policy

Seth Coate will not be in Ottawa's line-up for the next two games.
Toronto FC dispatches Ottawa Fury FC, advances to Canadian Championship final

Toronto FC dispatches Ottawa Fury FC, advances to Canadian Championship final

Ottawa, which plays in the second-tier USL, had a bright start but the MLS champions turned the screws as the game wore on and the Fury were on their heels in the dying minutes.
Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery dead at 35 in drowning accident

Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery dead at 35 in drowning accident

Insp. Marty Schulenberg said Emery’s death does not appear to be suspicious, calling it a "case of misadventure."
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