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Amid constant turnover, CEBL still fighting for its place in Canadian pro sports

After an off-season of change, the Canadian Elite Basketball League now sits at 10 teams — four more than its inaugural 2019 season and one more than the CFL. But it remains to be seen whether the CEBL can ultimately earn a permanent share of Canadian sports fans’ eyeballs.

Christine Sinclair, Diana Matheson reveal pro Canadian women's soccer league set for kickoff in 2025

Christine Sinclair and former national teammate Diana Matheson announced on Monday plans to launch a domestic professional women’s league in 2025, featuring eight teams across Canada. The two players sat down with The National's Adrienne Arsenault to reveal the news.

After whirlwind 16-month stretch, Canadian basketball player Kayla Alexander gets back to basics

After a whirlwind 16 months, Canadian basketball player Kayla Alexander finally has a chance to breathe. She's settled into a top French league, recently spent a week in Toronto with the national team and is busy at work on her clothing business, Tall Size.

Olympic medals are cool, but Canadian skier Jack Crawford says he has more to accomplish

Olympic bronze medallist Jack Crawford enters the 2022-23 alpine skiing campaign with a new set of challenges, including a start number toward the front of the pack and, consequently, a target on his back.

COC boss Tricia Smith urges B.C. to return to table in 2030 Olympic, Paralympic bid talks

Canadian Olympic Committee Tricia Smith told CBC Sports on Tuesday that there is room for negotiation in the 2030 Olympic and Paralympic bid proposal sent to B.C. — if only the province would come to the table.

Canadian Olympic, Paralympic committees ask B.C. government to reconsider 2030 bid

The Canadian Olympic and Paralympic committees are asking the B.C. government to reconsider its stance on a bid to host the 2030 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.

For Canada's Shy Day-Wilson, success with Duke basketball is just the beginning

At five-foot-six and often overlooked, Shayeann Day-Wilson enjoyed a monumental 2021-22 season with Duke and with Canada Basketball. But she may only be scratching the surface of her potential with both teams.

PHF commissioner Carey hopes to work with PWHPA for 'greater good' of women's hockey

Premier Hockey Federation commissioner Reagan Carey says she hopes her league and the Professional Women's Hockey Players' Association can establish a working relationship similar to the U.S. and Canadian national teams.

Amid disarray in NBA, Raptors betting on controlled chaos

With off-season drama hitting contenders like Golden State, Boston, Brooklyn and Phoenix, the question that could define the coming NBA season may well be: is it possible to reign amidst chaos? The Toronto Raptors are betting that the answer is yes — if that chaos is controlled.

Return of PWHPA's Dream Gap Tour shifts women's hockey focus back on sport's future

The Dream Gap Tour, a barnstorming series of weekend-long stops across North America, returns for its fourth consecutive season. Live coverage of every game will be available worldwide across CBC Sports platforms.