The CFL made it clear yesterday that it won't tolerate reckless play or unprofessional behaviour by hitting Garrett Marino with 3 separate suspensions totalling 4 games. The Saskatchewan Roughriders' defensive lineman was suspended for his on-field conduct against the Ottawa Redblacks last Friday, including 2 games for a dangerous and reckless hit that injured Ottawa Q-B Jeremiah Masoli and 1 game for verbal comments made about Masoli's heritage. Masoli could miss 10 to 12 weeks with a bone-related leg injury.

The Toronto Blue Jays enter a 6-game homestand tonight focused on making up lost ground in the American League standings. The Blue Jays, 1 and 9 in their last 10 games and losers of 4 straight, host the Philadelphia Phillies at the Rogers Centre. Right-hander Jose Berrios will be on the mound for the Blue Jays. Right-hander Andrew Bellatti will pitch for the Phillies who have lost two straight.

The Maple Leafs pursuit of Matt Murray ended yesterday as the 28-year-old Ottawa Senators netminder is leaving the nation's capital and moving to Toronto. The Maple Leafs acquired Murray, a third-round selection in the 2023 NHL draft and a seventh-round selection in the 2024 draft from the Senators in exchange for future considerations. Ottawa retains 25 per cent of Murray's salary as part of the trade.

Canada endured 40 Celsius temperatures and solved a packed Costa Rica defence last night, winning 2-0 to clinch first place in Group B ahead of the knockout rounds at the CON-CA-CAF W Championship. Jessie Fleming and Sophie Schmidt scored beautiful goals as Canada improved to 3-0-0 at the eight-team women's soccer tournament in Guadalupe, Mexico.