The Toronto Argonauts take their first step Saturday in what is shaping up as a difficult journey.
FORT MCMURRAY — You have to think the team that has trouble attracting fans in its own city would need everything to go their way in filling seats.
As the CFL looks to gain a younger audience in Canada, the league is most popular with Americans under 35, a new survey suggests.
It was a game the Ottawa RedBlacks would have lost a year ago.
Ryne Sandberg has resigned as Phillies manager in his third season as Philadelphia struggles with the worst record in the major leagues.
At some point, if the Blue Jays are to stop hovering at or near the .500 mark and break free of the peloton in the American League East, the move has
Canada’s 24-man roster for next month’s Pan Am Games was submitted June 17.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon think baseball’s video review umpires should be replaced by “a bunch of nerds.”
NEW YORK — So, now what, Masai?
Determining who did well, or had a tough evening at the NBA Draft only hours after it ends always seems like an exercise in futility — it often takes
Brooklyn Nets centre Brook Lopez has opted out of the final year of his contract and will become a free agent.
The San Antonio Spurs are expecting power forward Tim Duncan to return in 2015-16 for his 19th NBA season.
Twelve years ago was the only time Canada advanced to the Final Four of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Saturday evening against England, it can happen again.
In Toronto, where the default setting is blame, pessimism and rage, coaches rarely, if ever, receive praise.
Thousands strong, fans of the U.S. National Women's Team screamed, cheered and chanted nearly every time their beloved team touched the ball Friday night.
With the medal round of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup still to come, the tournament has already been a rousing success.
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