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Wolfpack unbeaten in 15 after holding off resilient Rovers

The Toronto Wolfpack ran its winning streak to 15 games atop the second-tier Betfred Championship on Saturday, hanging on for a hard-fought 22-18 rugby league victory over the visiting Featherstone Rovers.

Canadian women's soccer team drops to No. 7 in FIFA rankings

Canada has dropped two places to No. 7 in the FIFA world rankings after exiting in the round of 16 at the recent Women's World Cup.

Toronto Wolfpack extend win streak to 14

Gareth O'Brien celebrated his 200th career game with 18 points Saturday as the Toronto Wolfpack, surviving a sloppy start, defeated Halifax RLFC 34-12 to extend their rugby league win streak to 14 games.

Canada's Mike Woods gearing up for 1st Tour de France appearance

Canadian Mike Woods remembers growing up watching the Tour de France. Now the 32-year-old from Ottawa wants to give viewers back home something to cheer about. Woods, in his first Tour de France, is aiming for a stage win.
Rugby 7s

Canadian men look to book 1st-ever Olympic ticket at North America rugby qualifier

The Canadian men's rugby sevens team looks to join Canada's women this weekend in booking its ticket to the 2020 Olympics.

Canada ready to face elite opposition at Women's Rugby Super Series

After seeing limited action since finishing fifth at the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup, Canada will test itself against the world's best at the Women's Rugby Super Series in Chula Vista, Calif. The round-robin event runs Friday through July 14.
Women's World Cup

Christine Sinclair passed on crucial penalty kick in loss to Sweden and many are wondering why

When Janine Beckie and not Christine Sinclair walked to the penalty spot Monday in Canada's Women's World Cup loss to Sweden with a chance to tie the game at 1-1, many wondered why.
Women's World Cup

5th-ranked Canada eliminated by Sweden in round of 16

Canada's campaign for the Women's World Cup ended Monday with a disappointing 1-0 loss to Sweden that saw the Canadians miss a chance to tie the game from the penalty spot.

Raptors' Serge Ibaka flashes his style at Paris Fashion Week

Serge Ibaka is looking good in Paris. The Toronto Raptors big man is enjoying Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020, showing off a colourful wardrobe.
Women's World Cup

Margin for error shrinks as Canada enters deep waters of knockout stage

Despite a somewhat deflating loss to the Netherlands to wrap up the preliminary round, Canada still has everything to play for at the Women's World Cup. The fifth-ranked Canadians have a date with ninth-ranked Sweden on Monday in the round-of-16 in Paris.

A win over Dutch and Canada can avoid U.S. matchup in next round

Canada goes into its final group game against the Netherlands on Thursday at the Women's World Cup knowing it is already assured of a berth in the knockout stage whatever the result.

Canadian women's field hockey team looks to take step toward 2020 Olympics

A strong showing at the FIH Hockey Series Finals, starting this week, could go a long way in the Canadian women's field hockey team qualifying for the 2020 Olympics later this year.

Christine Sinclair mingles with Dutch fans ahead of World Cup showdown

Wandering around Reims on an off-day, Canada captain Christine Sinclair couldn't help but run into visiting Dutch fans ahead of Thursday's Group E showdown at the Women's World Cup.

Canada tops New Zealand, qualifies for round of 16

Jessie Fleming and Nichelle Prince scored second-half goals as Canada moved into the round of 16 at the Women's World Cup with a 2-0 win over New Zealand on Saturday.

Toronto Wolfpack majority owner David Argyle fined for actions in racism scandal

Toronto Wolfpack majority owner David Argyle has taken another hit in the racism scandal that cost him his job as chairman and CEO of the transatlantic rugby league team.The Rugby Football League fined Argyle 7,500 pounds ($12,765 CAD) for "unacceptable language" and other rule breaches.