Say what you like about the popularity of golf, there's a whole new generation getting ready to enter the game.
As part of its Sesquicentennial activities, ParticipACTION 150 Playlist declared June 13, 2017 as Softball Day in Ontario – inviting softball associations across the province to hold special tourneys, invite the public to “try softball,” and hand out free “swag”, from wristbands to water bottles.
The Greater Metro Junior 'A' Hockey League’s Bradford Rattlers have named Stanley Cup winner Ric Jackman as their head coach for the 2017-18 season.
Seventy-two golfers signed up for the 4th annual Friends of We Care Charity Golf tourney at Cardinal's Kettle Creek course, raising money to send Easter Seals kids to summer camp.
In what has been the bluntest talk yet about the future of the Calgary Flames, president of operations Brian Burke said the much-loved NHL team will leave the city if they don't get the new arena they've been seeking.
Iain Craig was a little worried. He had shifted the date of the annual Marsh Mash canoe and kayak races to May 20 and was concerned paddlers wouldn’t show up because it was the Victoria Day long weekend.
St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School is hosting the 25th annual Simcoe County football camp on Saturday.
The 39th Annual Marsh Mash Canoe and Kayak races return to the Holland Marsh canals in Bradford West Gwillimbury this Saturday, May 20. The race attracts Canoeists, kayakkers, standup paddleboarders and outrigger paddlers from across the province, competing in a range of distances and classes, from recreational/beginner to competitive/Marathon.
OTTAWA — Never a dull moment.