Tennis ace Serena Williams is pregnant.
Sen. Nancy Greene Raine, Canada’s most decorated ski racer, is undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer.
Some things are worth the wait.
Daniel Cormier said Anthony Johnson couldn’t beat him. The light-heavyweight champion backed up his words on Saturday night at UFC 210.
The Pembroke Skating Club celebrated the conclusion of another season recognizing the achievements and milestones of its amazingly talented skaters.
With summer only three months away, the Deep Water Underwater Club (DRUC) is seeking new volunteers to serve as its president and on the executive.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – The Dundonald Hall pool was alive with swimming action Saturday, as the Petawawa Predators hosted the Vimy Ridge Invitational Swim Meet.
Canada’s ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have captured their third world figure skating title.
Kaetlyn Osmond's story is one of a remarkable comeback, and doubts of recovery so deep that she wondered if she'd ever skate again.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir took the ice nearly two hours before the final skaters in Friday’s short program at the world figure skating championships — a two-year hiatus from the sport had dropped them down the world ranking, leading to the early start.
Craig McMorris realizes that people might write off his little brother when it comes to competing for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Milos Raonic has pulled out of the Miami Open after aggravating a right hamstring injury that sidelined him for nearly a month.
One problem with trying to charge establishments that show televised sports more money for those broadcasts is that it leads to a weird philosophical debate: What exactly is a sports bar?
Ryan Cochrane is ready for his reinvention.
If I know anything about the kids these days, what with their beards and their ball caps and their hoppy beers, it's that they do not pay for cable. I'm told that many of them don’t even own a television, the rascals.
What better way to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday than with a free wrestling show?
PETAWAWA – It was a high intensity atmosphere at the Great Canadian Warehouse as some of the top arm wrestlers in the world locked grips for championship gold.
The Pembroke Skating Club finished its 2016-17 season delivering a spectacular exhibition of dynamic programs and talent on the rink of the Pembroke and Area Community Centre Saturday.
Cross-country skier Alex Harvey is widely known as the “Prince of Quebec” for the wild celebrity he enjoys in his home province.