Saskatoon Water Polo Community causing a sensation in the local sports scene – Saskatoon | The Canadian News

Water polo – is a sport that requires extreme endurance, agility and swimming skills, played seven apart, including a goalkeeper, and is causing a sensation in Saskatoon’s pools. The local water polo community has seen growth this year despite the COVID-19 pandemic, something that has only served to better promote a lesser-known sport and league […]

Gold is trading near week-long highs

The gold prices They reversed course on Monday to get closer to a one-week high, as new risks to global economic expansion from rising cases of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus offset the pressure of a dollar on the rise. Spot gold was up 0.3% at $ 1,812.81 an ounce, remaining above the key […]

The U-18 Women’s World Championships could still go ahead after Hockey Canada and the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association rule

EDMONTON – The 2022 U18 Women’s World Championship is not over yet with Hockey Canada President Tom Renney encouraging IIHF President Luc Tardif to reconsider canceling the event and the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association se offers to organize it. “We have talked to the IIHF every day since we were here (at the junior world […]

Extremely cold Saskatchewan blankets

REGINA – Environment Canada said these temperatures will hold long enough to ring in the New Year. “There may be some moderation on New Year’s Day and getting milder after that, but continue to expect extremely cold temperatures for the next several days,” said David Baggaley, a meteorologist for Environment Canada. Wind chill warnings of […]

National Lacrosse League Postpones 3 Games Over COVID-19 Concerns – Calgary | The Canadian News

The National Lacrosse League has postponed three games due to COVID-19. The league made the announcement Monday after consulting with authorities and health officials in Canada and the United States. READ MORE: NHL Resumes Play Tuesday After Extended Break Caused By COVID-19 Thursday’s game between the Halifax Thunderbirds and the Calgary Roughnecks at Scotiabank Saddledome […]

Marine shoppers brave the cold for Boxing Day sales

MONCTON – Despite the continued rise in COVID-19 cases across the region, the Maritimers braved the cold and crowds to take advantage of traditional Boxing Day offerings. A steady stream of shoppers flocked to businesses across Moncton on Monday. Gerald Lorette and his wife Andrea were part of the crowd at CF Champlain Mall. “We […]