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While some of us are SHAKING at the thought of other fashion flops making a comeback – like super low-rise jeans, trucker hats and the whole t-shirt over a long-sleeved shirt thing – we're taking comfort in all the memes floating around the internet.
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Larsen's lawyer, Calvin Barry, told Narcity that Larsen is no longer a suspect and that at most he may be a witness to the assault.
Barry said Larsen gave a statement to the police on Monday morning and following that statement his private investigator told him "that the officer in charge said he is no longer a suspect."
Larsen was suspended from the Ottawa Redblacks because of his alleged connection to the attack.
Toronto Police did not confirm whether or not Larsen was previously a suspect or if he had been cleared. Police told Narcity that they "would not speculate on those alleged to be involved, or not involved until charges have been laid and investigators have established the full facts with evidence to support it."
The alleged aggravated assault took place on June 5, when David Gomez, 24, was walking home from Hanlan's Point.
In a recent press release, Toronto Police confirmed that a 24-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman were walking to the ferry docks when they became involved in a disagreement with a group of people.
This escalated to a man from the group making homophobic remarks towards the two victims and two men from the group psychically assaulting the 24-year-old man, leaving him with severe injuries.
You might be thousands of miles away in Canada, but the excitement of Euro 2020 is not something to miss, no matter where you are in the world.
This tournament involves Europe's best soccer (or football) teams, with some of the greatest players in the world all battling for one of the most highly sought after trophies in the world of sports.
Even if you don't have a team to support, you'll be able to find something (or someone) to love about this year's tournament, which was delayed from last year due to the pandemic.
Read on to find out about your new favourite team and players, as well as a few tips on where to watch and enjoy one of the best sporting occasions on earth.
How can I watch Euro 2020?
Euro 2020 runs from June 11 to July 11, and Canadians can watch the games via TSN (all the games) or CTV (games on the weekend). If you have cable, you should be good to go. If you don't, though, you can pay $20 for a month-long subscription to the TSN streaming service.
At this point, that month-long subscription will get you all the rest of the games of the tournament.
Where can I watch Euro 2020?
Many local pubs and restaurants will be showing the games throughout the next month, but some will have a better atmosphere than others.
In Toronto, the massive multi-coloured patio at Rendezviews is showing games on its big screen, with a good view behind it as well.
Meanwhile, you can head to neighbourhoods like Little Portugal or Little Italy to find lots of local sports bars with access to the games, too. (Just don't show up wearing the wrong shirt!)
In Vancouver, the Red Card Sports Bar + Eatery has plenty of TV screens and just as many (if not more) excited fans within. And in Calgary, Home & Away are showing the Euro 2020 games alongside their wings, beer and tater tots.
Who should I support at Euro 2020?
If your parents or grandparents are from one of the 24 countries involved in the competition, then great news — you've got your team to support! But if not, there are a few other ways to pick a team.
If you like an underdog, the lowest ranked team in the competition is North Macedonia, who is ranked 62nd in the world (still eight places above Canada!). Finland — making its first ever appearance at a major tournament — is also a good pick for people who don't like the favourites.
Plus Wales and Scotland — typical underdog rivals for England — have great plucky teams in this year's tourney.
If you want to celebrate winning something (Leafs fans, looking at you), then Belgium is the highest-ranked team in the world and current tournament favourites, but France — the winners of the 2016 Euros is a safe bet as well.
Hockey vs. Soccer
If you're a hockey fan who's stopped watching the playoffs (sorry, Leafs fans, you get another mention), then there are plenty of choices for you.
Canucks fans might want to support Sweden, the home country of star centre Elias Pettersen. Jets fans might want to side with their favourite Nikolaj Ehlers and support Denmark. And Canadiens fans can pick the country of their legendary former captain Saku Koivu and support Finland.
But if you want the truly emotional story of the competition, we suggest Denmark. Their star player Christian Eriksen recently collapsed during a game and needed CPR on the pitch, before heading to hospital and beginning his recovery. The Danish national team arise playing for a lot more than just the trophy this year.
Why Should I watch Euro 2020?
Sporting atmosphere has been at a premium in Canada this past year, so watching the Euros is a reminder of just how exciting live sports with a crowd is.
Take Hungary, for instance, who played against Portugal with a full stadium of 35,000 fans. That many passionate people in one place is a must-watch, no matter which sport you prefer.
Some hot #eurosoccer action down here on Dundas West. Stop by! #Portugalvshungary https://t.co/mghyqkCFRw
— Little Portugal on Dundas BIA (@Little Portugal on Dundas BIA)
And if you want to take in the excitement in person, find a local pub that's showing the games. Whether you live in Little Portugal, Little Italy or not, you'll find excited people who will make for a great experience.