Harlem Globetrotters great Curly Neal dies at 77

Fred “Curly” Neal, the dribbling wizard who entertained millions with the Harlem Globetrotters for parts of three decades, has died.

Crosby, Ovechkin on board with skipping remainder of regular season if NHL resumes

Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin have been pitted against one another throughout their careers. Memorable playoff matchups, battles for individual

Alberta’s economic decline will be the ‘most severe’ the province has ever seen: RBC

Alberta is poised to suffer the largest economic decline in Canada this year — and the most severe that the

Tour de France holding out on postponement through global pandemic

Perhaps no other sports event puts so many fans in such close contact with athletes as the Tour de France,

COVID-19 exposing thin financial margins of Canada’s Olympic athletes

Any lingering hope Sarah Pavan had about competing on this season’s professional beach volleyball circuit was crushed the day city

Safe supply of drugs for Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside residents given green light

The federal government has given the green light for a safe supply of drugs for Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside residents in

It’s Nope-ning Day — here’s what we’re missing about baseball

Today should have been one of the great days on the sports calendar: Opening Day in Major League Baseball. But

Global athletes using their money, platform to plead for support against COVID-19

As the novel coronavirus continues to wreak havoc, athletes from around the globe are issuing rally cries against the growing

Cyberattack forces Ontario Beer Store locations to go cash only

A cyberattack has forced an unknown number of Ontario’s more than 400 Beer Store locations to go cash only, as

UFC champion Jon ‘Bones’ Jones arrested on suspicion of impaired driving

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones has been arrested on suspicion of DWI and other offences after officers heard

Delayed Paralympics has reinforced swim great Aurélie Rivard’s determination to succeed

It’s been a couple of days since athletes across Canada were granted their second-chance of sorts. While a postponement of

Why emergency departments look empty amid COVID-19 outbreak

The sound of Nicole Odermatt’s son gasping for air woke her just after midnight. The Cambridge, Ont., mom immediately recognized

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