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Sports | Nov 10, 2014
York University Soccer

Homegrown talent fuels York Lions men’s soccer national championship

The York Lions’ fourth national university men’s soccer title, which it earned on Sunday, Nov. 9 at the University of Prince...

North York Mirror
News | Nov 07, 2014
Pan Am Games security

Toronto’s 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games hiring thousands of trained security staff

As the largest multi-sport event in Toronto’s history, the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games will require thousands of trained...

York Guardian | by Justin Skinner
Hockey | Nov 05, 2014
Loving the game

For the love of our game

For players from six to 60, there are plenty of reasons Canadians enjoy hockey.

Mississauga News | by Chris Clay
Hockey | Nov 03, 2014
Rough and tough

Hitting where it doesn't hurt

It's not about taking the hitting out of hockey, but about making sure the hitting is done properly and ensuring that...

Brant News | by Sean Allen
Hockey | Nov 03, 2014
Bench boss

Canadian coaches praise skill development program in Switzerland

Professional coaches who ply their trade in Europe concur Canada is falling behind in terms of skill development at the minor...

Pickering News Advertiser | by Brad Kelly
Hockey | Nov 03, 2014
Cash grab

Hockey putting a dent in parents' wallets

It’s supposed to be a joyous time for kids across Canada — the return of fall, and thus, the return of hockey season.

Orangeville Banner | by Adam Jackson
Hockey | Oct 31, 2014
She shoots, she scores!

Women's hockey — a shining beacon

In arenas across this country, young players are donning skates and hitting the arenas – hockey season has...

Orangeville Banner | by Pauline Kerr
Hockey | Oct 31, 2014
A rough game?

Disrespecting the stripes

Those inside the walls of rinks across the nation aren’t as concerned about Canada’s game as those looking at it from the...

Peterborough This Week | by Todd Vandonk
Hockey | Oct 30, 2014
Plans are in place to stem tide of decline in hockey enrolment

Plans are in place to stem tide of decline in hockey enrolment

It’s clear that hockey is popular but of late it’s not without controversy as even the roots of the game are fiercely...

Gravenhurst Banner | by Brent Cooper

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