CF Montreal is still in the experimentation phase of camp as it continues pre-season preparations in Florida. "The results are important of course, but it’s not the most important during the pre-season," said Losada from the team's camp in Fort Lauderdale. Everyone is expected to play minutes over the course of the club’s three final friendlies this week before a week of preparation ahead of their Feb. 25 season opener in Miami. Despite the questions surrounding Montreal’s attacking corps, the other side of the ball appears to be at its most solid in years. Montreal will face off against Inter Miami in a friendly on Feb. 15 before their final two games — both on Feb. 18 — against Colorado Rapids 2 and the Tampa Bay Rowdies in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Two formal complaints and reports of sexual violence by Sault College students between May 2021 and April 2022The university or college experience - with its academic pressure - can be stressful enough without the added trauma of being a victim of sexual assault. A report to the Sault College board of governors at its meeting held Thursday, with data collected between May 1, 2021 and April 30, 2022, states that there were two formal complaints and reports of sexual violence by Sault College students. The report also shows that supports, services and accommodations relating to sexual violence were requested and obtained by enrolled students six times. The Sault College board of governors was brought up to date regarding the school’s Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan at its Thursday meeting. It was also announced that Sault College is partnering with Centennial College and Durham College in an Empowerment through Skills Program to help women enter the workforce in Tanzania.5 months ago SooToday.com
After falling behind 3-0 before the game was 11 minutes old, the Soo Greyhounds dropped a 6-2 Ontario Hockey League decision to the Peterborough Petes at the Peterborough Memorial Centre on Thursday night. “It’s probably up there for one of our poorest games,” said Greyhounds captain Bryce McConnell-Barker. “When you go down quickly like that, it’s tough,” added Greyhounds coach John Dean. Midway through the period, the Petes went up 3-0 as Nick Lardis potted a rebound past Schenkel after the Greyhounds netminder initially stopped a redirection by the Petes forward. The Greyhounds road trip continues on Friday night in Kingston with a game against the Frontenacs.5 months ago SooToday.com
Marie Thursday night, speaking to a crowd of roughly 80 people about his party and its platform. “A lot of people don’t know that we exist and we are a young, new political party,” said Bernier during a one-on-one interview with SooToday. Right now, Bernier says the party has 100 approved candidates ready to deploy for the next federal election. Just read our platform, it’s all about common sense.”Bernier used a portion of his speech in Sault Ste. “Everybody must be free to choose what they want to do with their body, we believe in freedom of choice.”5 months ago SooToday.com
After a tight race, its newly-elected councillors say they are looking forward to getting down to work. He taught me Grade 10 or 11 biology,” said Caputo of Zagordo in a phone interview on Tuesday. The Breakfast Pig owner and Ward 3 candidate Angela Caputo meets with a voter at the North Branch Library. “I am also looking forward to working with the new faces. Caputo also promised to hold a series of town halls to get further feedback from the people living in her ward.5 months ago SooToday.com
CALGARY — MacKenzie Weegar finally notched his first goal as a Flame on Saturday night and it was an important one. CALGARY — MacKenzie Weegar finally notched his first goal as a Flame on Saturday night and it was an important one. 37, Weegar scored the game-winner and added an assist for his first multi-point game since opening night to lead Calgary to a 3-2 win over the division rival Vancouver Canucks. Even better with the two points, obviously,” said Weegar, who scored a career-high eight goals last season with Florida. "Sometimes your best players have to be your best players, and I didn't think our best players in that second period were our best players,” said Vancouver coach Bruce Boudreau.2 months ago SooToday.com
Majority of incumbent councillors return as wellThe following are election results from across the Algoma region. Prince TownshipIn Prince Township, longtime mayor Ken Lamming (270) was unseated in a very tight race by Enzo Palumbo (290). Steven Adams (584), Bryon Hall (548), Cameron Ross (586) and Greg Senecal (514) will make up the township council. White RiverIn White River, two incumbent councillors are acclaimed but results are not yet available for the mayor's seat. Alex Lambruschini, Paul Bernier, and Catherine Ansara are acclaimed new councillors and Lisi Bernier is the returning incumbent council.5 months ago SooToday.com
That showed Tuesday when he hit yet another milestone, scoring twice as his Washington Capitals downed the Canucks 5-1 in Vancouver. Anthony Mantha chipped in a goal and an assist for the Capitals (10-11-3), while John Carlson and Martin Fehervary also scored. Because when you lose games, it should never be about your compete level and battle level," said Canucks centre J.T. Alone at the top of the crease, Anthony Mantha fired a wrist shot past Martin to put Washington up 3-1. The veteran NHL bench boss coached the Capitals from 2007 to 2011 and said Ovechkin is always going to score.3 months ago SooToday.com