Month: September 2019

Deadline For Expat Voters Coming Close, Elections Canada Warns

OTTAWA — Voters living outside of Canada should register soon to ensure they can participate in the coming federal election,

Liberal Ad Says Trudeau Government 'Fought Tooth And Nail' During Trump Trade War

OTTAWA — A familiar U.S. face finally showed up front and centre on the federal campaign trail Saturday: Donald Trump.

People's Party Maxime Bernier Not Worried About Rhino Party Maxime Bernier

SAINT-GEORGES-DE-BEAUCE, Que. — Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, acknowledged Thursday it was a great joke by

Real Madrid have €500m to spend in the summer – Capello

The ex-England manager has been informed that Los Blancos have a sizeable transfer kitty to work with ahead of next

Man City have 'definitely not' been offered Pogba again, insists Guardiola

The manager Pep claimed last season he had been offered the midfielder by his agent, but he has not this

'Pogba handing Man Utd transfer headache' – Berg believes World Cup winner should be doing better

A member of the Red Devils’ 1999 Treble-winning squad admits additions are required at Old Trafford, but is unsure on

Chelsea hero Kepa happy to earn penalty redemption after Carabao Cup row

Martin Hinteregger and Goncalo Paciencia were denied by the goalkeeper, who defied his manager at Wembley during a shootout earlier

Pogba’s Man Utd struggles due to having no Pirlo, Vidal or Kante alongside him – Meulensteen

The former Red Devils coach believes the Frenchman fares better when in the same side as Ander Herrera, but has

Sunwolves vs Waratahs: Five things we learned

The Waratahs can breathe a sigh of relief after a narrow 31-30 win over the Sunwolves in Tokyo. What are

Pulu wants to repay Brumbies' faith in finals campaign

Brumbies winger Toni Pulu thought his fresh Super Rugby start was over after just seven minutes. The 30-year-old had come