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White scores record goal as Whitecaps dismantle Dynamo

Record-setting goals from Pedro Vite and Brian White led the Vancouver Whitecaps to a comfortable 6-2 win over the Houston Dynamo on Wednesday night at BC Place.

Disgruntled star Federico Bernardeschi benched for upcoming TFC match

Toronto FC's disappointing season became a lot more complicated off the pitch with news that disgruntled Italian star Federico Bernardeschi has been benched for Saturday's game against D.C. United.

After turning heads in 1st 2 weeks of Giro, Canada's Derek Gee looks to finish strong

Derek Gee is going through hell and loving it. The 25-year-old from Ottawa, the lone Canadian rider in the Giro d'Italia, has been a revelation in his first Grand Tour with three second-place finishes and a fourth in the first two weeks for the Israel-Premier Tech team.

Toronto hosts event at BMO Field to showcase 2026 FIFA World Cup branding

One day after FIFA president Gianni Infantino attended a gala at Los Angeles' historic Griffith Observatory for the unveiling of the logo and branding for the 2026 World Cup, Toronto held its own event to showcase its tournament branding.

Canadian men's Rugby Sevens Series future on line at relegation playoff in London

The Canadian men made their HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series debut in 1999-2000 and this weekend's season-closing tournament in London marks their 190th on the circuit. It could also be their last for quite a while.

Depleted Toronto FC and New York Red Bulls play to scoreless draw

Toronto FC and the visiting New York Red Bulls drew 0-0 Wednesday in what was essentially an MLS war of attrition with the two teams missing a combined 20-plus players due to injury, suspension or international duty.

Earl Cochrane looks forward to next challenge after Canada Soccer

Earl Cochrane marked his final day Friday as Canada Soccer's general secretary looking forward not back. Cochrane has had plenty of time to reflect since the April 20 announcement that he was stepping down as the governing body's top staff official.

New Canada Soccer president gets a rough reception from parliamentary committee

Newly elected Canada Soccer president Charmaine Crooks went before the Commons heritage committee on Thursday and told MPs she sees an "opportunity to reset" the beleaguered governing body.

Canadian women look to end World Rugby Sevens Series season on high note in France

A season of change wraps up this weekend in Toulouse, France, for the Canadian women's rugby sevens side. The men, meanwhile, are headed to the relegation playoff.

Whitecaps advance to Canadian Championship semis with win over York United

The Vancouver Whitecaps opened defence of their Canadian Championship title with a 4-1 quarterfinal victory over York United FC on Wednesday, a result that means the road to the Voyageurs Cup now goes through B.C. for them.