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Hadwin, Taylor reunited at Canadian Open

OAKVILLE, Ont.—When Adam Hadwin and Nick Taylor begin the opening round of the RBC Canadian Open this afternoon, it's going to feel more like a trip down memory lane than a national championship on the PGA Tour.

They're paired up in the first round of a tournament for the first time since their teenage years when they sometimes played together at Ledgeview Golf and Country Club.

NAIG more than sports

The 2017 North American Indigenous Games are bringing a message of healing to Toronto, not just through participation in sports but a cultural exchange.

Marcia Trudeau-Bomberry, the CEO of the Games, emphasizes the cultural exchange that will happen not just between indigenous and non-indigenous people, but First Nations from across the continent.

Blue Jays sink Mariners 3-2

TORONTO—As Kevin Pillar rounded third, he had one thought on his mind as he ran toward his teammates waiting at home plate: protect his jersey.

Pillar had promised his mom Wendy and his wife Amanda that he'd take a Mother's Day picture with them after Toronto's 3-2 win over the Seattle Mariners yesterday and he wanted to have his jersey in good shape for the photo op.