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Tale of the tape
How the Raptors match up with the Bucks
The Toronto Raptors will play in the Eastern Conference final for just the second time in team history when they visit the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday to kick off a best-of-seven series. Here's a look at how the teams match up.
Jets' Laine mocks Canucks' ban on Fortnite game: 'They need something to blame'
Patrik Laine is known for having a killer shot both on the ice and in the hit video game Fortnite. Turns out, the Winnipeg Jets sniper can be just as deadly with his words.
Brandon McBride sets Canadian record in 800 metres
Brandon McBride set a Canadian record in the 800 metres, finishing second at a Diamond League event in Monaco on Friday in a time of one minute 43.20 seconds.
'Culture reset' paying huge dividends for East-leading Raptors
When Masai Ujiri cryptically said the Toronto Raptors needed a "culture reset" after they were unceremoniously bounced from last year's NBA playoffs by the Cleveland Cavaliers, speculation abounded as to what exactly the team president meant by that phrase.
Nintendo looks to maintain momentum in 2018 after surprise resurgence
Nintendo's resurgence to the front of the pack in the video game industry surprised even some within the company itself.
The squids are all right: Splatoon 2 brings ink-shooting mayhem to Switch
While Splatoon 2 doesn't offer any major innovations over its predecessor, that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Christine Sinclair named top women's soccer player for 13th time
Talismanic captain and star striker Christine Sinclair on Thursday was named Canada Soccer's women's player of the year for the 13th time in 17 years.
Denis Shapovalov, Canadian Wimbledon junior champ, ready to face tennis elite at Rogers Cup
Wimbledon junior champ Denis Shapovalov will get a sneak peak of life against the pros when he joins a stacked field for the Rogers Cup in Toronto.
Stefan Daniel to lead Canadian para-triathlon team in Rio
Stefan Daniel will be part of triathlon history when he represents Canada in the inaugural Paralympic event this summer in Rio de Janeiro.
Christine Sinclair approaches Mia Hamm's goal-scoring mark of 158
Christine Sinclair's brace in Canada's 3-0 win over Mexico on Wednesday moved her within one goal of Mia Hamm's scoring mark of 158, which stood as the record for career international goals in all of soccer until American Abby Wambach eclipsed it in 2013.
Canada's women's basketball team looks to Rio Olympics
It will take careful planning to ensure the Canadian women's basketball team is playing its best heading into the 2016 Rio Olympics. But unlike the 2012 Games in London, Canada has the luxury of time as it prepares for a podium run in Brazil.