Jim Morris

Jim has written about sports in Canada for more than 40 years for The Canadian Press, CBC Sports, CFL.ca and Swimming Canada. He has covered eight Olympic Games and three Paralympics. He was there the night the Edmonton Oilers won their first Stanley Cup and has covered 12 Grey Cups.

Latest from Jim Morris

'This is a springboard': Canada sees progress at world rugby 7s event, finishes 10th in Vancouver

A 17-7 loss to Ireland Sunday was a frustrating end for Canada at the HSBC Canada Sevens tournament but a team that had struggled recently did find some confidence and also managed to move up the overall series standings.

Canada defeats Spain to bounce back at rugby 7s series in Vancouver

A 26-21 win over Spain brought some joy but did little to ease the sting of Canada's earlier two losses during Saturday's opening day of play at the at the HSBC Canada Sevens rugby tournament at BC Place Stadium.

Miller's 4-point effort leads Canucks past Canadiens for 3rd consecutive win

J.T. Miller scored the go-ahead goal on a great individual play early in the third period and collected three assists to lead the Vancouver Canucks to a 5-3 N-H-L win over the Montreal Canadiens Wednesday night.

Ducks snap 4-game losing skid with rout over Canucks

Adam Henrique and Nicolas Deslauriers scored two goals each as the Anaheim Ducks defeated the Vancouver Canucks 7-4 Saturday night to snap a four-game NHL winless streak.

Demko's stellar play leads Canucks past Maple Leafs

J.T. Miller scored one goal and set up another in the first period, then the Vancouver Canucks relied on goaltender Thatcher Demko to defeat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 Saturday night.

Kerri Einarson wins 3rd consecutive Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Kerri Einarson's Team Canada held off a late rally by Krista McCarville of Northern Ontario for a 9-6 victory to win her third consecutive Scotties Tournament of Hearts Sunday night in Thunder Bay, Ont.

Northern Ontario defeats New Brunswick in extra end to advance to Scotties final

Andrea Crawford thought she had the win until Krista McCarville snatched it away.

Northern Ontario, New Brunswick both win opening playoff games at Scotties

No hammer, no problem for Northern Ontario's Krista McCarville.

Fleury returns from COVID-19 isolation to post win at Scotties

Skip Tracy Fleury came out of COVID-19 isolation and threw a last-rock takeout for a big victory on Thursday.

Defending champion Einarson shakes off early rust to defeat Duncan at Scotties

Kerri Einarson used a steal of three in the fourth end to take the lead, then grabbed control of the match by scoring four in the sixth for a 12-5, eight-end win over Hollie Duncan at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Thunder Bay, Ont., on Saturday.