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CEBL's rapid growth an example for potential women's domestic pro leagues to follow

The CEBL's footprint is growing both nationally and internationally. And as calls for women’s professional domestic leagues become more frequent, it’s appearing clearer that the CEBL can serve as a blueprint.

7 Canadian athletes you should know for the Beijing Paralympics

Only five sports will be contested at the 2022 Beijing Paralympics, but there’s no shortage of intriguing athletes. Here’s seven Canadian ones worth keeping an eye on before the opening ceremony in China on March 4.

Carey Price would be Canadian Olympic starter upon successful NHL return, GM says

While Canada's decisions for its Olympic men's hockey team forwards and defence tend to become debates about various all-stars, the goaltending position appears to be a major question mark.

'We all want the same thing': PHF, PWHPA still split in crucial year for women's hockey

Between the Beijing Olympics, the Premier Hockey Federation and the Professional Women's Hockey Players' Association, professional women’s hockey in 2021 is — quite literally — all over the place. In an Olympic year, the disarray is amplified as the game attempts to capitalize on its upcoming attention.

What to watch in Olympic sports this weekend

CBC Sports' daily newsletter looks ahead to the weekend's Olympic winter sports action, including the start of the long-track World Cup season, a variety of women's hockey and the NHK Trophy in Japan.

Minus head coach, Canada women's basketball looks forward following Olympic disappointment

For the Canadian women's basketball team, the post-Olympic mourning period is now over. With some new faces and no head coach in place, the team may currently be in a transitional stage. But soon, it’ll be full-steam ahead once again.

Drake wants pro women's basketball in Canada — and key sport influencers do too

One week after Bridget Carleton called for a professional women's basketball league in Canada, Drake stumped for a WNBA team in Toronto. Both would be a good way to promote the sport in the country, Carleton says.

Canada's next figure skating generation ramps up for Olympics under watchful eye of old guard

As Canada's next wave of figure skating talent hits home ice, its golden generation will be nearby. Tessa Virtue, Meagan Duhamel and Patrick Chan will join CBC Sports as special analysts for Skate Canada International, the Grand Prix event that begins on Friday in Vancouver.

From COVID-19 to possible boycott, Beijing 2022 brings a new experience for athletes

Every Olympics is different. It’s a refrain echoed by many, but it’s also truer than ever with Beijing 2022 set to be contested in February amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and murmurs of a boycott.

Your guide to a packed Olympic sports weekend

CBC Sports' daily newsletter previews a busy Olympic sports weekend, including the return of the women's soccer team, Canada's Pyeongchang closing ceremony flag-bearer Kim Boutin and much more.