Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
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MIKE GANTER: Raptors' bench revival just what the doctor ordered
Leonard makes Raptors history with defensive nod
Lowry says these Raptors different than 2016 group that was in same spot
STEVE SIMMONS: What happened? Kawhi happened, and Raptors won
SCOTT STINSON: Toronto Raptors fall short in opening game to Milwaukee as scoring dries up
MILWAUKEE — The Toronto Raptors finally made some open shots. They just didn’t do it for long enough. On another night when Kawhi Leonard was unusually inefficient, Kyle Lowry went off for 30 points, providing the kind of offensive ...
SCOTT STINSON: I don't know what Kawhi Leonard will do when this season ends, and you don't either
TORONTO, Ont. — Aside from all the obviously ridiculous things about Kawhi Leonard’s shot on Sunday night, now immortalized in countless videos and news photographs that have been studied like they are a recently discovered Leonardo, ...
Odds oracles paint Raptors as Eastern Conference final underdogs
The Toronto Raptors are officially the underdogs, according to Las Vegas oddsmakers. It’s an unfamiliar role for the squad. In Sunday’s miracle win over the Philadelphia 76ers, the hometown hardwood heroes were 6-point favourites at ...
Scott Stinson: The shocking combination of physics and fate that changed everything for the Toronto Raptors
TORONTO, Ont. — I will confess that I jumped up out of my seat. The way Kawhi Leonard’s shot hit the front iron, and then bounced around for what seemed like ages, in the world’s most tortuous game of Plinko, all of it built ...
MIKE GANTER: It's been a telling series thus far for the Raptors. A few things we've learned ...
These Raptors aren’t like any previous Raptors team It’s so easy to fall into the trap of reverting to what one has done in the past. Time was, when the Raptors laid an egg, they traditionally followed it up with another. On two ...
Skaters emotional following final ice show in Marystown
It was a mix of joy and sorrow for members of the Ice Crystal Skating Club in Marystown who performed their annual ice show. For eight members of the club the April 14 show at the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena marked their final performance with the ...
STEVE SIMMONS: The education of Raptors head coach Nick Nurse
PHILADELPHIA, — When Nick Nurse was hired to coach the Raptors 11 months ago, he talked with great optimism and excitement about his first opportunity as an NBA coach. He talked proudly of his relationship with Jonas Valanciunas and the ...
Gander powerlifters represent Newfoundland and Labrador on the national stage
Sifting through his backpack, Robert Dyke is looking for one of his latest accomplishments. It’s a gold medal from the Canadian Bench-Press and Powerlifting Championships, which took place in Ottawa, Ont., from March 4-9. He knows the ...
Hayley Flynn wins karate national tournament after five-year hiatus
When Hayley Flynn re-entered the dojo for the first time in five years, she dreamed of becoming a brown belt champion. Earlier this month, the 21-year-old from Forteau’s dream came true, as she took home top prize in an elite-level national ...
West Side Monarchs reign supreme as Corner Brook broomball champs
The West Side Monarchs have completed their journey from worst to first in the Corner Brook Molson Men’s Broomball League. The black and gold had finished fourth in the four-team setup during the regular season, but some late-season ...