Football Program suspended after positive drug testsA football program was suspended by a leading Canadian University after nine players were found violating anti-doping policy during a special investigation.

The University of Waterloo in Ontario placed coaches of the team on paid leave besides canceling football for the coming season while it conducts a review.

Bob Copeland, the university’s director of athletics, remarked that he was surprised and disappointed at the same time and considers this as a wake-up call for people across Canada.

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