Signa Butler

Signa Butler is a host and play-by-play commentator with CBC Sports, where she has worked for nearly two decades. Beijing 2022 will be her 11th Games with CBC.

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Olympic hopes on the line as Canada's women's soccer team faces Jamaica

Less than two months after a heartbreaking exit at the Women's World Cup, Canada turns its attention to territory it's had much more success with — the Olympics. But the team's quest to qualify for Paris 2024 won’t be a walk in the park.

Canadian women's volleyball team looks to end 28-year Olympic drought

Canada's women's volleyball team will begin its quest to qualify for its first Olympic Games in 28 years when the Women's Volleyball Olympic Qualifying Tournament gets under way in three different countries (China, Japan and Poland) from Sept. 16-24.

The brilliance of teen Linda Caicedo and other takeaways from Women's World Cup

From record audiences to jaw-dropping talent, the Women's World Cup proved a tour de force.

A look at the 23 players seeking Canada's 1st Women's World Cup championship

Can Canada's women's soccer team replicate their Olympic success at the 32-team Women's World Cup that begins this week in Australia and New Zealand?

Hidden gems: How 3 Canadian players took non-traditional roads to Women's World Cup

For Cloé Lacasse, Vanessa Gilles and Evelyne Viens, making Canada’s Women’s World Cup team involved paths less travelled and a coach who saw their development through a fresh set of eyes.

Injuries to several key players dominating Canada's focus ahead of Women's World Cup

As the Canadian national soccer team gathers for training camp in the Gold Coast of Australia ahead of this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, there are significant questions to answer both on and off the pitch.

Canadian women's volleyball setter Brie King elevating her game in Brazil

Canadian setter Brie King didn’t need to think twice about making the leap to sign with historic club Sesc RJ Flamengo in Rio de Janeiro last season. After all, it’s one more step toward her dream of making the Paris 2024 Olympic Games with Team Canada.

Canadian women's volleyball team begins pivotal season with Olympics in sight

Riding a wave of momentum following their historic second-round finish at the world championship last season, the Canadian women’s volleyball team begins its most pivotal season to date with the Volleyball Nations League.

'It's OK not being OK': Even the most successful stars of sport face mental health challenges

It can be tough to reconcile that even the most successful stars of sport grapple with their mental health. Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu and Olympic cycling gold medallist Kelsey Mitchell reached the ultimate height in each of their sports, but both have endured mental health challenges on their respective journeys to stardom.

Shooting star: Canadian freestyle skier Amy Fraser soaring to new heights

From taking up the sport of freestyle skiing in her early 20s, to making the Beijing Olympic halfpipe final six years later, to landing her first-ever World Cup podium and X Games invite this season at age 27, Canada's Amy Fraser is just getting started.