Homan seeks apology after ‘disappointing incident’ at Ontario provincials

Rachel Homan is seeking an apology after an incident at the Ontario curling championship last week that she called "disappointing" and "hurtful and disrespectful to all involved." [Read entire story]

Curlers keeping an eye on Canada-China tensions ahead of Beijing World Cup

Relations between Ottawa and Beijing have become strained since Canada's arrest of Chinese executive Meng Wanzhou at the request of the United States last month. Canadian coach Marcel Rocque spent nearly three years [Read entire story]

Toronto Blue Jays trade Russell Martin to L.A. Dodgers for prospects

The Toronto Blue Jays have traded catcher Russell Martin to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Martin, from Chelsea, Que., spent the last four seasons with the Blue Jays, batting .225 with 66 home runs and 211 runs batted in over [Read entire story]

Fry’s return at Canadian Open gives Jacobs yet another lineup change

After avoiding public comment since his ejection from the Red Deer Curling Classic, Ryan Fry returns to the spotlight this week as the Grand Slam series makes a stop in North Battleford, Sask., for the Canadian Open. [Read entire story]

Team Jacobs looks to solidify lineup as Canadian Open nears

With the Canadian Open just over a week away, Team Brad Jacobs is planning to discuss lineup plans over the weekend before unveiling its foursome for the next stop on the Grand Slam of Curling circuit. [Read entire story]

Jays president unveils Dunedin makeover details, weighs in on 2019 plans

Work crews were chipping away at projects outside Rogers Centre on Wednesday as Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro was busy weighing in on the team's construction plans inside the stadium. [Read entire story]

Pitching a priority for Jays GM Atkins heading into winter meetings

The off-season to-do list for Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins has a couple of glaring needs at the top as he prepares to head out to Las Vegas for next week's baseball winter meetings. [Read entire story]

New-look Team Jacobs prepares for Canada Cup

Brad Jacobs will have a fellow Olympian in tow at this week's Canada Cup as his rink attempts to put recent distractions aside and continue a strong first half of the season. [Read entire story]

Jacobs announces Kennedy, Wozniak will substitute in Fry’s absence

Two-time Olympian Marc Kennedy and veteran curler Matt Wozniak will play as substitutes for Ryan Fry on Team Brad Jacobs at curling competitions next month. [Read entire story]

Olympic champ takes indefinite leave from curling foursome after boozers booted from bonspiel

Ryan Fry says he will be taking an indefinite leave from Team Brad Jacobs. The veteran curler made the announcement Wednesday on Twitter, saying he needs to focus on growth and self-improvement. [Read entire story]

Rachel Homan’s new coach will get ‘in your face’

Marcel Rocque, a member of the legendary Ferbey Four team in his playing days, has committed to lend his unapologetically blunt coaching work to Rachel Homan's rink for the 2018-19 season. [Read entire story]

Cleveland Indians praised for shelving Chief Wahoo logo for Toronto series

The Cleveland Indians' decision not to use their Chief Wahoo logo in Toronto on Thursday night was applauded by a lawyer representing an Indigenous activist. [Read entire story]

Tsitsipas upsets defending champ Zverev to continue dream Rogers Cup run

Greek teenager Stefanos Tsitsipas pulled off another upset at the Rogers Cup on Friday by eliminating defending champion Alexander Zverev 3-6, 7-6 (11), 6-4. [Read entire story]

Raptors, Spurs complete blockbuster swap of all-stars DeRozan, Leonard

The Toronto Raptors shipped DeMar DeRozan to San Antonio on Wednesday in a blockbuster deal that sees star forward Kawhi Leonard come north of the border. Toronto also gets three-point threat Danny Green in the deal with [Read entire story]

Curling Canada makes changes to high-performance staff

Jeff Stoughton helped guide Canada's mixed doubles curling team to Olympic gold at the Winter Games. He's hoping to do the same thing with the national four-man team at the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing. [Read entire story]

Rachel Homan’s coach leaves rink after 3-year run

Coach Adam Kingsbury is leaving Team Rachel Homan after a three-year run with the Ottawa-based rink. [Read entire story]

Angels star rookie Ohtani creates buzz during 1st appearance in Toronto

Slugger Mike Trout predicted teammate Shohei Ohtani would hit the Rogers Centre scoreboard during batting practice Tuesday. [Read entire story]

‘Ass’ backwards: Joey Votto reverses his harsh words about Canada

Cincinnati Reds all-star Joey Votto has apologized after saying in a podcast on Tuesday that he doesn't care about Canada, Canadian baseball or his hometown of Toronto. [Read entire story]

As other curling teams make changes, Team Homan decides to stay together

After taking some time off following a disappointing performance at the Pyeongchang Games, the members of Team Homan recently got together at a Toronto hotel to discuss their future plans. They decided they will continue [Read entire story]

Rule change could allow Jones to return as Team Canada at 2019 Scotties

Curling Canada is planning to craft a rule exemption in order to allow an altered Jennifer Jones squad to return as Team Canada at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. [Read entire story]

Jennifer Jones leads Canada to world women’s curling championship title

A dramatic win in the gold-medal game capped a perfect 14-0 run for the Winnipeg team of Jennifer Jones, Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer, Dawn McEwen and alternate Shannon Birchard at the world women's curling championship [Read entire story]

New knockout playoff format draws complaints at women’s curling worlds

The new playoff format at the world women's curling championship has drawn mixed reaction from some prominent members of the sport's community. [Read entire story]

Canada wins playoff tune-up against U.S. at women’s curling worlds

Canada closed out round-robin play Friday night with an 8-5 win over American Jamie Sinclair in a playoff tune-up. [Read entire story]

Blue Jays to extend protective netting at Rogers Centre

The Toronto Blue Jays will replace and extend the protective netting from behind home plate for the 2018 season, the team announced on Monday. [Read entire story]

‘Old man’ Daniel Nestor prepares to serve up his last year of pro tennis

Canadian tennis legend Daniel Nestor begins his final season of pro tennis at the age of 45. [Read entire story]

Chelsea Carey clinches top seed at Olympic curling trials

Chelsea Carey beat Krista McCarville 5-2 on Friday morning to lock up the first seed in the women's draw at the Olympic curling trials in Ottawa. [Read entire story]

Koe steals pair in extra end for big win over Jacobs at Olympic curling trials

Team Brad Jacobs couldn't hide its frustration after throwing a game away at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings on Sunday. [Read entire story]

Chelsea Carey upsets Rachel Homan as Roar of the Rings kicks off

Cathy Overton-Clapham has played in almost every major competition over her Hall of Fame curling career. An 8-4 win over Rachel Homan in the opening game of a qualifier for the Olympics — the one event missing from her [Read entire story]

Blue Jays going out with a whimper, shut out by Royals

Starter Jason Vargas and four relievers combined on a two-hit shutout as the Kansas City Royals topped the Toronto Blue Jays 1-0 on Thursday night. [Read entire story]

Goodbye, Joey Bats? Bautista begins what could be final homestand in Toronto

With his chances of returning in 2018 essentially slim and none, a long goodbye to Toronto slugger Jose Bautista kicked off Tuesday night as the Blue Jays began their final homestand of the season. [Read entire story]

Atrocious April forgotten as Jays finish off monstrous May

A bounceback May has left the Toronto Blue Jays' atrocious April in the past. Their play in June may provide the best indicator yet of whether this team is primed to be a contender or pretender this season. [Read entire story]

Growing up in Toronto proved no obstacle for Reds slugger Joey Votto

Cincinnati slugger Joey Votto has built a resume that seems to get better with every passing season. Over parts of 11 seasons with the Reds, the Canadian first baseman has 233 career homers, a .312 batting average and [Read entire story]

Gushue, Homan among teams to watch at Olympic curling trials

​World champions Brad Gushue and Rachel Homan will headline the field at the 2018 Canadian Olympic curling trials, set for Dec. 2-10 in Ottawa. [Read entire story]

Brad Gushue dumps Scotland to stay perfect at curling worlds

Canada's Brad Gushue defeated Scotland's David Murdoch 8-2 on Monday to keep his unbeaten record intact at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship. [Read entire story]