Oilers’ McDavid suspended 2 games for headshot on NYI’s Leddy

The NHL has suspended Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid two games for an illegal check to the head of New York Islanders defenceman Nick Leddy. [Read entire story]

Felix Auger-Aliassime falls in 1st round of Argentina Open

Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime was eliminated in the first round of the Argentina Open on Monday. [Read entire story]

Tiger-Cats re-sign key defenders Simoni Lawrence, Delvin Breaux

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats re-signed veteran linebacker Simoni Lawrence to a two-year contract Monday and then came to terms with defensive back Delvin Breaux on a three-year deal. [Read entire story]

Leonard leads Raptors to victory in Gasol’s home debut

Kawhi Leonard had a game-high 30 points and hit the game-winning shot with 4.2 seconds left as the Toronto Raptors defeated the Brooklyn Nets 127-125 on Monday. [Read entire story]

Canadiens acquire veteran centre Nate Thompson from Kings

The Montreal Canadiens have acquired centre Nate Thompson and a fifth-round pick in 2019 from Los Angeles in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2019. [Read entire story]

​Edmonton Eskimos president Len Rhodes not seeking another term with CFL club

Len Rhodes won't be seeing another term as the Edmonton Eskimos president and chief executive officer. [Read entire story]

The CEO died suddenly. Now this B.C. cryptocurrency shop can’t find $190M

Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange is due in court tomorrow as it seeks creditor protection in the wake of the sudden death of its founder and chief executive in December and missing cryptocurrency worth roughly [Read entire story]

Vancouver home sales fall nearly 40% in January as prices pull back

Vancouver's once red-hot housing market continued to cool last month as the number of home sales fell to the lowest level seen in January in 10 years. [Read entire story]

Ottawa says Ontario’s call to drop retaliatory tariffs would mean ‘surrender’

Ottawa dismissed a call from Ontario's economic development minister Monday to drop retaliatory tariffs against the United States, saying doing so would mean "unilateral surrender" to the Americans. [Read entire story]

Pembina partners with Kuwait Petrochemicals for $4.5B upgrader

Pembina Pipeline Corp. says it is going ahead with its joint venture with Kuwait's Petrochemical Industries Co. to build an integrated propane dehydrogenation plant and polypropylene upgrading facility in Alberta. [Read entire story]

Provincial curling roundup: Scott McDonald clinches spot at Brier

Scott McDonald capped an undefeated run at the Ontario curling championship on Sunday afternoon with an 8-2 rout of John Epping. [Read entire story]

Canadian curlers advance to Grand Final in Beijing

Young Canadian duo Kadriana Sahaidak and Colton Lott defeated Norway's Kristin Skaslien and Thomas Ulsrud 7-5 to claim the mixed doubles title on Sunday in the third leg of the curling World Cup. They will compete in the [Read entire story]

Canada’s Matt Dunstone tied for 1st at curling World Cup

​Canada's Matt Dunstone stayed tied for first place in the Group B standings at the third World Cup stop of the season, downing China 9-2 on Saturday in Jonkoping, Sweden. [Read entire story]

Super Bowl 2019 may be the last time Canadian football fans see U.S. game ads

Sunday's battle between the New England Patriots and the L.A. Rams could possibly be the last Super Bowl game to be available in Canada in its original form — ads and all — through American broadcasts. [Read entire story]

Roger Clemens’ son and Jays prospect sues after beating in Houston bar

Toronto Blue Jays prospect Kacy Clemens and fellow minor-leaguer Conner Capel have launched a civil lawsuit against a Houston bar, alleging they were assaulted by staff members shortly after arriving at the venue on New [Read entire story]

Canadian men’s baseball team earns spot in Pan American Games

The Canadian men's baseball team has qualified for the Pan American Games, despite having a game postponed on Thursday. Colombia's win over Panama on Wednesday guaranteed Canada a top-four finish at the seven-team [Read entire story]

Blue Jays sign Freddy Galvis to 1-year deal for infield depth

The Toronto Blue Jays have signed free agent infielder Freddy Galvis to a one-year contract worth $4 million US that includes a club option for the 2020 season. He batted .248 with 13 home runs last season with San [Read entire story]

Canada beats Panama in opener of Pan Am Games baseball qualifier

Wes Darvil homered to tie the game and Daniel Pinero scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch as Canada opened the Pan American Games baseball qualifying tournament with a 5-1 win over Panama on Tuesday. [Read entire story]

Whitecaps loan out striker Anthony Blondell to Chilean team

Striker Anthony Blondell was loaned by the Vancouver Whitecaps to Chilean Primera Division side Huachipato FC on Monday night. [Read entire story]

Tiger-Cats sign star receiver Brandon Banks to 2-year extension

Star receiver Brandon Banks has signed a two-year extension with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. [Read entire story]

Tracy Fleury books spot at Scotties in stunning fashion

Jennifer Jones already has her Scotties ticket. Rachel Homan will be in Sydney too. Now you can lock in big names like Chelsea Carey, Tracy Fleury and Kerri Einarson for the national championship as well after a wild day [Read entire story]

Tardi makes junior curling history with 3rd consecutive Canadian title

Skip Tyler Tardi of British Columbia downed Manitoba's JT Ryan 7-5 in the men's final on Sunday and became the first to win the Canadian junior curling championship three times in a row. [Read entire story]

Alphonso Davies makes league debut for Bayern Munich in win

Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies made his Bundesliga debut Sunday, coming off the bench in the 86th minute of Bayern Munich's 4-1 home win over VfB Stuttgart. [Read entire story]

Guerrero, Bichette headline Blue Jays’ non-roster spring training invitees

​Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette are among the 15 players announced as non-roster invitees to the Blue Jays' major league spring training camp. The team announced the list Saturday morning. [Read entire story]

Good news for rebuilding Jays as Vlad Guerrero Jr. named top prospect

​Baseball America has named Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. the top prospect in the sport. [Read entire story]

Christine Sinclair moves closer to history with 178th international goal

Captain Christine Sinclair, chasing history, scored the 178th goal of her international career Tuesday to give the Canadian women's soccer team a 1-0 win over Norway in its first full international of 2019. [Read entire story]

Kevin Gilmore takes over for Joey Saputo as president of Montreal Impact

Montreal Impact owner Joey Saputo is stepping down as president of the MLS club, handing those duties to Kevin Gilmore. [Read entire story]

Manitoba women stay unbeaten with win over Quebec at Canadian juniors

Mackenzie Zacharias's Manitoba rink downed Quebec's Laurie St-Georges 8-4 on Monday in a battle of unbeaten women's teams at the Canadian junior curling championships. [Read entire story]

Doug Ford says Trudeau’s carbon tax will cause recession

The premier of Ontario says a federal carbon tax will plunge the country into recession. [Read entire story]

Team World holds on to capture Continental Cup

Scottish skip Eve Muirhead punched out a North American stone in the eighth end to score two against Canada's Rachel Homan for 2.5 points in skins play Sunday night for Team World's first victory at the Continental Cup [Read entire story]

Blue Jays’ Sanchez expects to be ‘fully healthy’ by spring training

After surgery ended his season in September, Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez believes his finger troubles are finally over. [Read entire story]

Nam Nguyen edges teen phenom Stephen Gogolev for men’s national title

Alaine Chartrand captured gold in women's singles at the Canadian figure skating championships in Saint John, N.B on Saturday. , Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje seized the ice dance title and Kirsten Moore-Towers and [Read entire story]

Vegas Continental Cup mixing and matching curlers in new team scramble

Kaitlyn Lawes playing third for Rachel Homan, Ben Hebert throwing lead stones for U.S. skip John Shuster and Sweden's Niklas Edin calling games with Scotland's Jennifer Dodds as his vice are all possible scenarios in [Read entire story]

Raptors’ Leonard Eastern player of the week for 2nd time

Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard was named the NBA's Eastern Conference player of the week on Monday, the sixth time he's earned the honour and second time this season with Toronto. [Read entire story]