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--Brooke Henderson wasn't letting anyone take the lead from her at the CP Canadian Womens Open. The 20-year-old became the first Canadian to win the event in 45 years and just the 4th to win a pro event on Canadian soil as she shot a final round 7 under 65 to take the event by four strokes. Henderson earned $337,500 for her second victory of the season and seventh of her LPGA Tour career.
--Duron Carter has CFL employment. Two weeks after being released by the Riders, Carter has signed with the Toronto Argonauts. It is thought he will be in the lineup for the Argos when they play Hamilton at Tim Hortons Field one week from today.
--Former Regina Rams offensive lineman Brett Jones has been traded. The New York Giants sent Jones to the Minnesota Vikings for an undisclosed draft pick. Jones started 14 games for the Giants last year, but appeared to have lost his job during training camp.
--Blue Jays DH Kendrys Morales homered for the seventh straight game as Toronto lost 8-3 to Philadelphia. Morales is one game short of tying a major league record.
-- The NHL says Slava Voynov still has not been cleared to play in the league. NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly says Voynov’s return is contingent on completing a process with the league to review his case that would determine the parameters for his eligibility. A judge dismissed a misdemeanour domestic abuse conviction against former Los Angeles Kings defenceman last month. The Kings terminated Voynov’s $25 million contract in 2015, but with his conviction overturned he can request a hearing with Commissioner Gary Bettman to apply for reinstatement.