Tony CareA graduate of Ryerson University, senior writer Tony Care began his journalism career in 1996. He joined CBCSports.ca in 2003 and has covered a wide range of sports, including hockey, football, baseball and the Olympics.
LeBron James is not backing down on his comments about President Donald Trump, and countless other players and coaches in the NBA made it clear at media days around the league Monday that they are equally fed up with what could perhaps be described as a pattern of actions from the White House that they would call divisive or worse. more »
Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri says he is fine with his players speaking their mind. His comment was a reference to U.S. President Donald Trump's speech Friday when he said NFL owners should fire players who protest during the national anthem. more »
Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls have reportedly agreed to a buyout, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. According to ESPN's NBA insider, Adrian Wojnarowski, multiple teams are interested in the 35-year-old's services, including the Cleveland Cavaliers. more »
Mike Trauner served in the Canadian military for nearly 20 years. He lost both legs in Afghanistan and fell into a dark and depressing place. But a challenge to join the Invictus Games by Prince Harry has given Trauner the chance to compete and inspire others with his story. more »
Despite failing to win a single medal at the recent IAAF world athletics championships in London, Canadian officials don’t see a problem. But were the issues simply injuries an a bad virus or does Athletics Canada have something to worry about? more »
Pro football, a sport known to skew conservative with Southern powerhouse college programs and military pageantry in the NFL, has dragged its heels when it comes to overt political activism. But not this time. Not after U.S. President Donald Trump forced their hand, experts say. more »