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Kyle Lowry Is Dropping New NFT Art That Shows What It's Like To Be A Raptors Champ

Seven unique NFTs go on sale this month.

Kyle Lowry is officially allowing fans to invest in a slice of the Raptors' past with his new collection of NFTs.

The NBA star announced the project, entitled "Through My Eyes," on Instagram on Thursday, and it pays tribute to the Raptors' championship win.

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Toronto Restaurant Owner Says Kyle Lowry Hasn’t Responded To Free Chicken For Life Offer

The restaurant is using billboards to ask Lowry to stay with the Raptors.

Last week local restaurant Churrasqueira Martins made a big splash on social media with their Yonge-Dundas Square billboard reading, "Hey Kyle Lowry, if you stay, we'll give you free chicken for life!"

And they're doing it again this Friday at Yonge-Dundas Square with another billboard begging Lowry to stay as he approaches free agency.

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The CFL Is Set To Kick Off Its Season This Summer & Fans Could Return To The Stadiums

The season is set to start this August.

Canadian sports fans could soon be able to cheer on their favourite football teams in person again.

The CFL announced that its Board of Governors voted unanimously to return to its 14-game regular season on August 5 ahead of the 108th Grey Cup finals.

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Leafs Fans Are Beyond Offended By The CN Tower's Tribute To The Habs Last Night (PHOTO)

"As an honest Leafs fan, I'm vomiting watching this."

It's a little too soon for Toronto to show any love to the Montreal Canadiens — at least, that's what a lot of Leafs fans had to say on Twitter when they saw the CN Tower's plans for its Tuesday night light show.

Just over a week after Montreal kicked Toronto out of the first round of the playoffs, the CN Tower announced that they'd be lighting up red, white, and blue as the Habs "represent Canada's hope for a 2021 NHL Stanley Cup!"

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Fans Are Roasting The Leafs To Cope With Their Sadness About Last Night’s Loss (VIDEOS)

"They're called the Leafs because they fall at the end of the season."

It looks like the Toronto Maple Leafs cannot get rid of that Game 7 curse. Despite the unwavering loyalty of their devoted fans, Toronto's NHL team hasn't moved past the first round of the playoffs since 2004 — after last night, though, it's clear that even Leafs fans have their limits.

Many fans took to social media to cope with the pain of the Game 7 loss, sharing their emotional reactions and roasting the team with painfully accurate jokes.

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Ontario Will Let Hundreds Of Health Care Workers Watch The Leafs Game In-Person Tonight

Ford says it's a "small token of appreciation" to all our frontline heroes.

Doug Ford is letting hundreds of vaccinated health care workers attend Game 7 of the series between the Maple Leafs and Canadiens at Scotiabank Arena tonight.

The premier announced on Monday that 550 fully vaccinated workers — including hospital and long-term care staff — will be allowed to cheer on Toronto in person for the first time in over a year.

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