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Tanya Casole-Gouveia is a social butterfly based in Toronto.
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A soccer-playing moose? Just call it Lionel MOOSE-i
Brittany Wilderom lives in Homer, Alaska and is used to seeing wildlife as she goes about her daily life, but a moose playing soccer was something new.
Canada's athletes get inventive while they self isolate
From inventing new sports, to sharing their training regimes, to encouraging others to do the right thing by staying at home, these are some of the ways Canada's athletes are staying active and positive during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir set for swan song in St. John's, N.L.
The final stop on the Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir 'Rock the Rink' tour in St. John's, N.L., will be the last dance for the duo, as they step away from the ice and their partnership after 22 years.
'That was cool': Bianca Andreescu gets her shoutout from Champagnepapi
After playfully chastising Canadian rap star Drake for not congratulating her on her U.S. Open victory, the 19-year-old gleefully told assembled media in Toronto on Wednesday that she had indeed heard from man known as Champagnepapi.
U.S. skier Bode Miller, wife expecting twins just over year after tragic death of daughter
A year after their daughter drowned, decorated U.S. Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife announced they are expecting twin boys.
We're not 'Kawhi-ing,' you're 'Kawhi-ing'
When a moment happens that unites a country there will be replays, opinion pieces, and analysis. There will also be memes.
Maybe Leafs should've taken 'Drake curse' advice from Italian soccer club
The "Drake curse" reared it's ugly head yet again, only this time Italy's A.S. Roma decided to take matters in their own hands. The soccer club has banned all players from taking photos with the Canadian and Grammy award-winning artist following the worst defeat in recent history by a team in the French league.
When fans attack: 6 times sports fans got REALLY into the game
Major League sports teams rely on passionate fans to cheer them to success and to boo their opponents to defeat. But sometimes fans can get carried away and instead of merely watching the action, they become part of it.
Nike ad featuring Serena Williams, Caster Semenya tackles gender politics head on
Nike unveils follow-up to Colin Kaepernick 'Dream Crazy' ad featuring Serena Williams, 800m Olympic champion Caster Semenya, snowboarder Chloe Kim and fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad. The ad is an ode to barrier-breaking women in sport and aims to flip the script on gender stereotypes.
Nike 'wardrobe malfunction' causes stock and memes to drop
Duke star Zion Williamson, the potential first overall pick in this June's NBA draft, was not seriously injured after exploding through his Nike shoe 33 seconds into Wednesday's NCAA game between his Blue Devils and the North Carolina Tar Heels.
Errant pucks and a flippin' bobsled led to these OMG moments
Two errant hockey pucks and one bobsled that couldn't decide if it was flipped or upright led to these OMG moments this past weekend.
Toronto Maple Leafs are just like the rest of us
For their annual outdoor practice at Nathan Phillips Square, the Toronto Maple Leafs surprised commuting Torontonians by riding the subway to practice — just like a regular person, but in full hockey gear.
Study, train, become viral sensation: All in a day's work for this UCLA gymnast
If you take a scroll through the #gymnastics tag on Instagram, you are sure to come across at least one video featuring 21-year old UCLA student-athlete-turned-viral-sensation, Katelyn Ohashi. Last year, her Michael Jackson inspired floor routine went viral, garnering more than five million views on YouTube. But that's nothing compared to the views she's racking up with her recent perfect 10 floor routine at a meet last Sunday.
'Drake, can you not?' @champagnepapi getting a bad rap from sports fans
The singer posted a video wearing an Alabama Crimson Tide hoodie and some fans blame the "Curse of Drake" for being the reason the team lost the NCAA championship on Monday Night.
Finnish hockey stick company gets cheeky with twig offer to Canada's Noah Dobson
It's kind of like the opposite of adding insult to injury. That's sort of what a Finnish hockey stick manufacturer did when it tweeted out a photo of one of its hockey sticks with a note to Team Canada world juniors player Noah Dobson.