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TFC's Jozy Altidore says it will take 'a miracle' to play in Sunday's MLS Cup final
Toronto FC striker Jozy Altidore offered a blunt update Monday on the quad strain that has kept him out of the MLS playoffs.
Canada to face Mexico, Martinique and Cuba at Gold Cup
Canada's soccer credentials under coach John Herdman will be tested by the best CONCACAF has to offer at this summer's Gold Cup.
GSP gives up newly won UFC crown, cites health issues
Citing health issues, Georges St-Pierre is giving up his newly won UFC middleweight title.
Veteran 'keeper Erin McLeod returns to Canada's soccer team after long layoff
Erin McLeod is back with Canada's women's soccer team after her third knee surgery, and while it's not the 34-year-old's first rodeo, she acknowledges she has had to learn some hard lessons recently.
Rugby Canada looks to turn men's program around
After firing coach Mark Anscombe following a failed first crack at World Cup qualifying, Rugby Canada is starting to put the people in place to help turn around the men's national team program.
UNICEF role has allowed Canada's Karina Leblanc to find her 'why'
Karina LeBlanc's life changed in 2013 during a trip to Honduras, her first as an UNICEF ambassador.
Canadian women face rugby showdown in New Zealand ahead of World Cup
Captain Kelly Russell leads a strong Canadian team against top-ranked New Zealand on Friday in a preview of their Women's Rugby World Cup showdown in August.
Canada's SetToDestroyX e-sports team on the rise
While others have fallen by the wayside in the ever-changing world of competitive video gaming, the founder and owner of Canada's SetToDestroyX team keeps on keeping on.
Georges St-Pierre's UFC comeback cancelled as fight taking too long to prepare
UFC president Dana White has pulled the plug on Georges St-Pierre's comeback fight against middleweight champion Michael Bisping. St-Pierre, who has not fought since November 2013, says he won't be ready to fight until at least November. White says that's too late.
Blue Jays off to worst start in franchise history after dropping home opener
Keon Broxton and Domingo Santana homered as the Milwaukee Brewers edged Toronto 4-3 Tuesday to spoil the Blue Jays' home opener and extend their early-season misery. At 1-6, Toronto is off to its worst start ever.