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To all my followers... I anticipate making an announcement about bringing CPL clubs to Montreal and Quebec City before the end of this month. The province of Quebec deserves this and we will make it happen! On y va!!! Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

The Otter is back! Fresh look on the ice coming 2019-2020! More details to come. Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

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Kawhi Leonard's New Balance shoes went on sale and they sold out in less than 5 minutes. 😮 MORE @ bardown.com/kawhi-leonard-… Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

TDIT, May 11, 1987: After 150,000 fans entered a name-the-stadium contest for Toronto's new baseball stadium, 25-year-old Kellie Watson of Wallaceburg, ON is chosen as the winner for her suggestion, "SkyDome". As a reward, Watson won tickets for life to any SkyDome events. Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

Finally, it’s game day. Tune in to CEBL.TV to watch live. #HoldCourt Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

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Dave Andrews informed @TheAHL that next year — his 26th as President & CEO — will be his last. He is retiring on June 30, 2020. The end of a long and successful run. Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

'Sponsorship works': Why Canada's big banks are sinking cash into pro sports branding fw.to/upzgynO Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

"In order to develop a long-term viable women's professional hockey league, the NHL must be in an ownership position." Read a statement from Mary-Kay Messier, VP, Marketing on our continued focus on advancing professional women's hockey: bit.ly/2H4wTY7 #ForTheGame Retweeted by Sports Business Canada

Think Canada was pumped to see #VladJr make his @MLB debut? An average of 909,500 Canadians tuned in to watch the @BlueJays on Friday, making it the most-watched game this season. Overall, the #BlueJays series win over the #Athletics reached 4 million fans across Canada 🇨🇦⚾️ Retweeted by Sports Business Canada