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]

‘It hurts to think about': Canada’s men’s hockey team reflects on Olympic bronze

Sean Burke still can't bring himself to watch the game. The general manager of Canada's men's hockey team at the Pyeongchang Olympics has no interest in reliving the country's stunning 4-3 loss to Germany in the [Read entire story]

Canada coach Herdman says Bayern experience benefiting Alphonso Davies

Canada coach John Herdman says Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies is already making strides at Bayern Munich despite limited appearances. [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]

Sheldon Kennedy on abuse in amateur sport in Canada

Former NHL player and sexual assault victim Sheldon Kennedy says his childhood was stolen. [Read entire story]

Browns sign troubled former Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt

The Cleveland Browns' signing of Kareem Hunt once again shines a spotlight somewhere other than the team's on-field performance. Hunt, who was released 2 1/2 months ago by Kansas City after a video surfaced showing the [Read entire story]

Kyler Murray walks away from $4M US, chooses NFL over MLB

​When Kyler Murray won the Heisman Trophy, the Oakland Athletics knew there was a chance he might chose football over baseball, and that is what happened on Monday. The quarterback is eligible for this year's NFL draft, [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]

A shocking portrait of sexual abuse in sports and some good advice for parents

The Buzzer is CBC Sports' daily newsletter. Get up to speed in a hurry on what's happening in sports, including what we can learn from a staggering report by CBC News and CBC Sports about the scope of sexual abuse in [Read entire story]

‘We’re here to win': Gasol says high post-season hopes made Toronto transition easier

More than a decade into his NBA career, Gasol was traded for the first time when the Raptors acquired him in a blockbuster deal at Thursday's NBA trade deadline. The player affectionately known as "Big Spain" said [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]

Jeremy Lin plans to sign with Raptors after getting bought out

The Hawks waived Lin on Monday and Jim Tanner, one of his agents, confirmed Lin's plan to join Toronto. [Read entire story]

Investigation on sex abuse ‘broke my heart,’ Science and Sport Minister Kirsty Duncan says

Federal Sport Minister Kirsty Duncan and the Canadian athletes organization AthletesCAN have called for change after an investigation by CBC News and Sports revealed at least 222 coaches involved in amateur sports in [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]

Frenchman Pinturault wins gold in Alpine combined at skiing worlds

Alexis Pinturault finally transferred his consistent winning form on the World Cup circuit into a gold medal at a major championship. [Read entire story]

Four Continents: It’s all about how you finish

The free skate is what makes figure skating so compelling. For Pj Kwong, it's not what you did yesterday, but what you and everyone else in the field is doing in the long program that propels you — or not — towards a [Read entire story]

‘Robbed of being able to have a normal life': Ex-skater says local club ill equipped to deal with sex abuse

Athletic clubs and leagues across the country may have different rules and policies to address abuse and coach misconduct, with little guidance from their national sports bodies. And that means some young athletes are [Read entire story]

Shattered Trust: Sexual offences in amateur sport

A joint investigation by CBC News and Sports found that at least 222 coaches who were involved in amateur sports in Canada have been convicted of sexual offences in the past 20 years, involving more than 600 victims [Read entire story]

Canadian ice dancers claim silver, bronze at Four Continents

Canadian ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje captured silver, while compatriots Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier earned bronze at the Four Continents figure skating championship in Anaheim, Calif. [Read entire story]

Sex offences against minors: Investigation reveals more than 200 Canadian coaches convicted in last 20 years

At least 222 coaches who were involved in amateur sports in Canada have been convicted of sexual offences in the past 20 years involving more than 600 victims under the age of 18, a joint investigation by CBC News and [Read entire story]

Canada’s Moore-Towers, Marinaro fall just short of Four Continents pairs title

Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro fell 0.06 points short of winning the pairs program on Saturday at the Four Continents figure skating championship in Anaheim, Calif. [Read entire story]

Max Parrot, Mark McMorris win Canada’s first medals of Pyeongchang | Pyeongchang Lookback

Parrot took silver and McMorris took bronze in snowboard slopestyle. [Read entire story]

More than beers and brooms: Saskatchewan curlers are all business

When curlers yell "hurry hard" it's actually a pretty good description of their lives these days. [Read entire story]

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]

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]

Animals’ psychological health top priority at Toronto Zoo:Providing animals with choice and control is essential, says Hollie Ross

Animals and their complex behaviours have always fascinated me. [Read entire story]

Etobicoke Centre MP hosts his final New Year’s Levee:Borys Wrzesnewskyj not seeking re-election

MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj not seeking re-election [Read entire story]

Giovinco, Davies transfers show increase in stature for MLS

Recent high-profile moves — and near moves — for Major League Soccer players are signalling a shift in how the league is perceived on the world stage. [Read entire story]

Pets up for adoption in Toronto:This week’s pets are Kate the cat and Caramal the Guinea Pig

ADOPT-A-PET TORONTO is a partnership between toronto.com and the Toronto Humane Society. [Read entire story]

Scarborough’s one chance to speak on Toronto city budget comes Feb. 7:Budget controls city services from recreation to policing

Is Scarborough getting what it needs from the City of Toronto? [Read entire story]

TTC wants feedback for proposed Junction bus routes:Plan to create continuous bus route for Dundas West

The TTC wants to know what you think about improving bus service in the Junction. [Read entire story]

QUIZ: How much do you know about these historic Black Torontonians?:Celebrate the feats of Black Torontonians this Black History Month

Take our quiz to see how well you know the accomplishments of some Black leaders in fields as diverse as politics, the arts, and sports. [Read entire story]