Skip to content

National Sports

Edmonton Elks revise number of COVID-19 cases following false positive

Edmonton Elks revise number of COVID-19 cases following false positive

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Elks say they have gone three-straight days without recording a new positive COVID-19 test. The news comes a week after Edmonton's game against the Toronto Argonauts, initially scheduled for Aug. 26, was postponed.
After dearth of hockey, Canadian women's hockey team savours Beijing preparation

After dearth of hockey, Canadian women's hockey team savours Beijing preparation

CALGARY — Never have players on the Canadian women's hockey team looked forward to the rigours of pre-Olympic preparation more. Ice time wasn't always available during the COVID-19 pandemic, let alone skating in large groups or playing a game.
Canada's Lakatos has won nine Paralympic medals since nearly retiring in 2008

Canada's Lakatos has won nine Paralympic medals since nearly retiring in 2008

Canadian wheelchair racer Brent Lakatos nearly retired after the Beijing Paralympics, but the pull of a medal proved too strong. That was 13 years and three Games ago. Now the 41-year-old from Dorval, Que.
Knight notches another record, Swiss advance to semifinals in women's world hockey

Knight notches another record, Swiss advance to semifinals in women's world hockey

CALGARY — Hilary Knight set a new world women's hockey championship record for the United States and Switzerland reached the semifinals for the first time in almost a decade Saturday.

Scoreboard for Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021

Saturday's Games World Women's Hockey Championship At Calgary Quarterfinals Switzerland 3 Russia 2 (OT) United States 10 Japan 2 Canada 7 Germany 0 Finland 1 Czech Republic 0 --- CFL B.C. 24 Ottawa 12 --- MLB American League Oakland 3 N.Y.
Spooner, Daoust and Fillier a top-scoring trio for Canada in women's world hockey

Spooner, Daoust and Fillier a top-scoring trio for Canada in women's world hockey

CALGARY — Linemates Natalie Spooner, Sarah Fillier and Melodie Daoust continued to be a productive trio for Canada at the women's world hockey championship.
B.C. Lions win 24-12 on two TDs from Mike Reilly to spoil Redblacks' home opener

B.C. Lions win 24-12 on two TDs from Mike Reilly to spoil Redblacks' home opener

OTTAWA — It will be back to the drawing board for the Ottawa Redblacks following a 24-12 loss to the B.C. Lions Saturday night at TD Place.
Dickerson's 3 hits lead Blue Jays to 3-2 win over Tigers

Dickerson's 3 hits lead Blue Jays to 3-2 win over Tigers

DETROIT (AP) — Corey Dickerson's third opposite-field single of the game scored Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in the 10th inning and gave the Toronto Blue Jays a 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night.

Canada's Wesley Chiu wins gold at ISU Junior Grand Prix, Kaiya Ruiter takes bronze

Wesley Chiu of Richmond, B.C., won gold at the ISU Junior Grand Prix figure skating stop in Courchevel, France – Canada’s second medal at the competition. Chiu finished first in the men’s discipline with a score of 199.

CPL roundup: Forge surge to top of standings with 3-1 win over York

HAMILTON — Forge FC took the No. 1 spot atop the Canadian Premier League standings with a 3-1 win over York United FC Saturday.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks