• The Canadian Press

    Quebec premier says he’s open to limiting social media use as CAQ debates age limits

    MONTREAL — Quebec Premier François Legault says he’s open to “taking major steps” to curb children’s social media use amid pressure from his party's youngest members. Some 700 members of the Coalition Avenir Québec are gathering in Saint-Hyacinthe, Que., this weekend for a general convention, and among the proposals they're debating is a call from the party's youth wing to ban social media access for those under the age of 16. Speaking with reporters on Saturday, Legault described social media p

  • The Canadian Press

    French Cup Champions

    2024 — Paris Saint-Germain 2, Lyon 2-12023 — Toulouse 5, Nantes 12022 — Nantes 1, Nice 02021 — Paris Saint-Germain 2, Monaco 02020 — Paris Saint-Germain 1, Saint-Étienne 02019 — Rennes 2, Paris Saint-Germain 2, Rennes won 6-5 on penalty kicks2018 — Paris Saint-Germain 2, Les Herbiers 02017 — Paris Saint-Germain 1, Angers 02016 — Paris Saint-Germain 4, Marseille 22015 — Paris Saint-Germain 1, Auxerre 02014 — Guingamp 2, Rennes 02013 — Bordeaux 3, Evian 22012 — Lyon 1, Quevilly 02011 — Lille 1, Pa

  • The Canadian Press

    PSG wins the French Cup and the double in Kylian Mbappe's last game

    VILLENEUVE D’ASCQ, France (AP) — Paris Saint-Germain beat Lyon 2-1 in the French Cup final and completed the double in Kylian Mbappé’s last game for the club on Saturday. France winger Ousmane Dembele and Spain midfielder Fabian Ruiz scored for PSG in the first half. Lyon defender Jake O'Brien got a consolation goal in the second half. PSG won the league and cup for the first time since 2020 when it achieved a domestic treble by also lifting the now defunct League Cup. Despite losing in the fina

  • The Canadian Press

    Madrid draws with Betis with likely starters for Champions League final and Kroos says farewell

    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Real Madrid drew with Real Betis 0-0 on Saturday in its last warmup game before facing Borussia Dortmund in the Champions league final. Madrid wrapped up the Spanish league title three weeks ago, and since then coach Carlo Ancelotti has rotated his lineups to rest his starters. But the Italian likely had his top-choice players back in his starting 11 against Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu. There were only two changes from the Champions League semifinals victory over Bayer