“I liked this game, but the game did not love me”: How hockey turned off one of NHL’s first black players on ice and off on ice

Bernie Thunders, one of the NHL’s first black players, did not think he would be a youth hockey coach. He vowed that his sons would never play, but his... Read more »

Emergency backup goalkeeper David Ayers steals Keynes’ victory over Reefs

David Ayers got the word that Hurricane goalkeeper James Reimer was injured while sitting alone in the gut of the Scotiabank Arena. Ayers, an on-call emergency netminder for a... Read more »

Fraser Health advises Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows School District, for updated BC contacts. Coronavirus cases

Health officials in the Fraser Valley, B.C., have stated that contact information for the latest putative case of the state’s coronavirus may have attended schools in the area, but... Read more »

Indigenous leaders meet in Kanawake after Trudeau unblocks

The traditional chief of Wet’suwet’en First Nation arrived in Kanawake, Kenya, as he continued to tour the Mohawk community in eastern Canada. The Wet’suwet’en genetic chief opposes the Coastal... Read more »

Cornwall mayor promises to share information when quarantine enters day 2

Following the detection of COVID-19 on a cruise ship, the mayor of eastern Ontario, accepting Canadian cruise passengers, has promised to calm locals during quarantine and provide information. On... Read more »

Devin Hell’s Song for Curling: A Canadian Quirky, Lovely Sport

During the cold winter, throughout the frozen Canadian landscape, shore-to-shore people found warmth, curling, and communities inside the rink. From curling clubs beautifully made with artificial ice to two... Read more »

Indigenous leaders meet in Kanawake after Trudeau unblocks

The traditional chief of Wet’suwet’en First Nation arrived in Kanawake, Kenya, as he continued to tour the Mohawk community in eastern Canada. The Wet’suwet’en genetic chief opposes the Coastal... Read more »

Ontario Workers’ Federation protests outside of state PC convention

Labor activists are holding a demonstration outside the Ontario Conservative Congress on Saturday to protest Prime Minister Doug Ford’s government cut. The rally, hosted by the Ontario Labor Federation,... Read more »

Kylie Humphreys concludes dominant season with bobsled world championship

Team USA’s Kailie Humphries and Lauren Gibbs won gold at the Bobsleigh World Championships in Altenberg, Germany, on Saturday. The Americans who took the lead from the opening heat... Read more »

Was Trudeau pulling on the heel of the blockade, or was he giving room for himself?

Tuesday ’s Prime Minister Full of patience. The prime minister on Friday was almost waiting. “Canadians are patient. Our government is patient,” Justin Trudeau said Friday afternoon. “But it’s... Read more »