Skip to content

National Sports

Linden wins Boston Marathon, 1st US woman since '85

Linden wins Boston Marathon, 1st US woman since '85

BOSTON — After slogging through just a few miles of icy rain and a near-gale headwind that made her feel like she was running in place, Desiree Linden decided she'd seen enough of the Boston Marathon for another year.

B.C. government backs Songhees Nation's bid to host 2020 Indigenous Games

VICTORIA — British Columbia's government is backing a Victoria-area First Nation's attempt to host the 2020 North American Indigenous Games. Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation Minister Scott Fraser says the province will contribute $3.

House of Commons hears tributes, moment of silence for Humboldt Broncos

OTTAWA — MPs donned hockey sweaters, bowed their heads in a moment of silence and spoke of their collective grief Monday as they gathered in the House of Commons for the first time since the deadly bus crash 10 days ago that decimated the Humboldt Br

Canada's Krista DuChene finishes third in women's Boston Marathon race

Mother Nature offered Canadian Krista DuChene a competitive advantage Monday at the 2018 Boston Marathon. The 41-year-old from Strathroy, Ont.
Chan moving on "with a huge smile," hopes to open skating school in Vancouver

Chan moving on "with a huge smile," hopes to open skating school in Vancouver

TORONTO — In Patrick Chan's perfect future, he's running a skating school in Vancouver with girlfriend Liz Putnam, the two are living in a million-dollar apartment in the city's lovely Kitsilano neighbourhood, and he's enjoying a wildly successful ca

Woodbine Mohawk Park to play host to 2019 US$6 million Breeders Crown

CAMPBELLVILLE, Ont. — Woodbine Mohawk Park will host the US$6 million Breeders Crown, harness racing's richest and most prestigious year-end divisional championship series.

Leafs forward Leo Komarov to miss Game 3 against Boston

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Leo Komarov will miss Game 3 against the Boston Bruins because of a lower-body injury.
Brother remembers Broncos hockey player as humble, honest, hard-working

Brother remembers Broncos hockey player as humble, honest, hard-working

ST. ALBERT, Alta. — Playing with mini-sticks in the basement is a common activity for many hockey-loving families. For the Wack brothers, who grew up in St. Albert, Alta., it was a little different.
Boston marks 5 years since marathon attack with tributes

Boston marks 5 years since marathon attack with tributes

BOSTON — The bells of Old South Church in Boston rang at 2:49 p.m.
Samsung denies Pyeongchang Olympic lobbying allegation

Samsung denies Pyeongchang Olympic lobbying allegation

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — Samsung has denied a media report it launched illicit lobbying to help bring the 2018 Winter Olympics to Pyeongchang, South Korea.