Windsor - May. 1, 2015: The National Basketball League of Canada's Board of Governors met today to get to the bottom of the incidents that led to Game 7 of the NBL Finals not being played. Windsor's staff and players were at the arena and ready to play the game last night and the Halifax Rainmen did not show up.
Under the league's written forfeit rules, the Windsor Express are declared winners of Game 7 and by thus winning the series 4-3, are declared the 2015 NBL Canada Champions. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Feb. 1, 2015: Lasalle, Ontario native Luke Wilson will attempt to win his second Super Bowl ring today as his Seattle Seahawks take on the New England Patrioits in Super Bowl XLIX. Wilson was a later round pick by Seattle in April of 2013 and now has a chance to win his second Super Bowl in just his second NFL season. Wilson is a Villanova high school product and Essex Ravens product. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Aug. 14, 2014: On a day in which a trio of top seeds were eliminated from this week’s stop on the ATP Tour in Cincinnati, both Roger Federer and Andy Murray moved onto the third round and remain on track for a potential quarter-final match-up at this year’s Western and Southern Open. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Aug. 14, 2014: After her shocking second round loss to Shelby Hunter at last week’s Rogers Cup in Montreal, fans of Eugenie Bouchard were expecting the twenty year old to bounce back in a big way at the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati, Ohio. Unfortunately her struggles continued, losing in the second round to Svetlana Kuznetsova 4-6, 6-3, 2-6. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Aug. 14, 2014: While Andy Murray managed to outlast American John Isner in what was a thrilling three setter, Novak Djokovic was not so lucky. The No. 1 player in the world was dismissed in the third round for the second consecutive week, falling 7-6(6), 7-5 to Tommy Robredo at the Western and Southern Open in Thursday afternoon action. FULL STORY
Edmonton - Jul. 7, 2014: While the outcome of Saturday's Wimbledon Ladies Final did not go the way Eugenie Bouchard was hoping, the young Canadian continues to be the talk of the tennis world and looks destined to not only become the next star of women's game but also the biggest non-hockey superstar this country has ever produced. FULL STORY
Salem - Jul. 7, 2014: At the end of 100 laps that seen the scorching temperatures barely drop even with the sun going down making for a very hot and humid evening in southern Indiana, 15-year-old Grant Quinlan made a plethora of new fans in the Hoosier Hills after his impressive
performance. After leading initially until slapping the turn three wall and cutting a right rear tire with 32 laps to go, going a lap down in the process, he changed the tire and got back out. A caution one lap after a restart put him back on the lead lap thanks to the 'free
pass'. FULL STORY
Windsor - Mar. 17, 2014: The top-seeded Windsor Lancers earned their fourth-consecutive Bronze Baby Trophy in convincing fashion on Sunday evening in front of a capacity crowd on their home court at the St. Denis Centre, defeating the No. 2 Saint Mary's Huskies 71-45 in the ArcelorMittal Dofasco CIS women's basketball championship gold-medal game. FULL STORY
Sochi - Feb. 9, 2014: Canada has reached the podium once again on the first day of competition in Sochi. Justine Dufour-Lapointe becomes Canada’s first gold medallist, while her sister, Chloé Dufour-Lapointe captures silver in the Freestyle Skiing women’s moguls in Sochi. FULL STORY
Sochi - Feb. 6, 2014: Canada has reached the podium on the first day of competition in Sochi. Today, the Regina-born snowboarder, Mark McMorris won Olympic bronze in the Slopestyle competition in Sochi. This is Canada’s first medal of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. FULL STORY
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