Toronto’s first fully accessible baseball diamond named Roy Halladay Field
Shi Davidi
Jays Care Foundation and the City of Toronto named the city’s first accessible baseball diamond as Roy Halladay Field on Friday. The venue, located at Highview Park, will be home to a Challenger Baseball league, an adaptive version of the sport for kids with cognitive and/or physical disabilities.
Canucks have opportunity to increase draft odds as losses pile up
Iain MacIntyre
Flames' Mangiapane honoured to represent Canada at world hockey championship
Eric Francis
The closest Andrew Mangiapane has ever come to representing his country was when he bought a Team Canada jersey for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Now he will represent Canada at the upcoming world hockey championship.
Lottery-bound Raptors reminded of silver linings in loss to Bulls
Michael Grange
The Raptors may have had a frustrating season, but the matchup with the Bulls offered reminders that there is plenty to feel hopeful about.
Blue Jays keep rolling with impressive comeback win over Atlanta
Ben Nicholson-Smith
2021 NWSL season preview: Everything you need to know
John Molinaro
The stage is set for what promises to be a memorable 2021 NWSL regular season, which kicks off on May 15. Here’s everything you need to know.
Blue Jays' Ryu at his crafty best in old-school pitching duel
Shi Davidi
Ryu, making his second start since returning from a minor glute strain, was at his crafty best, throwing his fastball, changeup, cutter and curveball almost equally over 94 pitches, routinely leaving the Atlanta hitters shaking their heads.
Oilers continue to check off boxes as regular season comes to an end
Mark Spector
Canadiens happy to put regular season to rest, recharge for playoffs
Eric Engels
Injuries, road trips and Covid-19 outbreaks are in the rearview as the end of the regular season was nothing to celebrate from the Montreal Canadiens, and with playoffs around the corner the corner, putting the best men on the ice is priority.