NHL players inducted for social change instead of on-ice exploits, and the first Special Olympian entering Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, reflect an admiration of more than medals and trophies.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter previews a pair of bonspiels this week that will help decide who gets to play for the right to represent Canada at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
As Canadians cast their votes, CBC Sports’ daily newsletter looks at what some of the party leaders have said about the possibility of boycotting or pushing for the relocation of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
The new Canadian pairs team finished 2nd at the Autumn Classic, their first international event as a duo.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter looks at some ways in which the Canadian and U.S. women’s soccer teams are trying to close the gap with their male counterparts.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter looks at why the Toronto Blue Jays are a real threat to reach their first World Series in nearly three decades.
CBC Sports’ daily newsletter checks in on the International Swimming League, where some of Canada’s Olympic stars are competing after their success in Tokyo.
As CBC Sports senior contributor Morgan Campbell writes, novelty boxing might be nearing its natural end now that promoters are hiring Donald Trump as an analyst in an attempt to draw viewers.