A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
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The Western Star
New president and treasurer undaunted at tackling Corner Brook Minor Hockey Association’s financial issues
Future of west coast senior hockey hinges on player recruitment for teams in Stephenville, Deer Lake
Jets sign first-round draft pick Heinola to entry-level contract
Canadian women's softball trending right way with Olympic qualifying looming
Maple Leafs' William Nylander hopes switch to 88 brings luck
FRANK ZICARELLI: Chamblin seeing a sliver of light from Argos' miserable 0-4 start
CALGARY — During this wretched 0-4 start to the season, trying to find signs of encouargement with the Argonauts — who have held a lead only once in 16 quarters of football — could be akin to grasping at straws. But head coach ...
'Upward from here' despite Wimbledon final loss for Gabriela Dabrowski
After Gabriela Dabrowski lost the women’s doubles final at Wimbledon with partner Yifan Xu, disappointment was etched on her face. Back in Ottawa, though, a childhood coach remained sure that the athletic, focused and “very ...
WHAT THE PUCK: This Canadiens team does not look like a playoff team
Is this it? Is Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin done shopping? It sure feels like it. On Thursday, the Habs signed restricted free agents Joel Armia and Artturi Lehkonen , with Armia inking for $5.2 million over two years and ...
SCOTT STINSON: After Russell Westbrook trade to Rockets, the NBA must wrestle with what it has wrought
And so, the Days Without a NBA-Altering Shakeup calendar was set back to zero. Just when everyone thought it was safe to assume that the wildest offseason in memory had finally entered into a lull, the Oklahoma City Thunder shook the Western ...
'I know I can still play a lot better,' Canadiens' Artturi Lehkonen says
A lot was expected from Artturi Lehkonen after his impressive rookie season with the Canadiens. Lehkonen posted 18-10-28 totals in 73 games during the 2016-17 season, finishing tied with Alexander Radulov for third on the team in goals, trailing ...
RB John Crockett gets chance with Redblacks and hopes to run with it.
Since getting an opportunity to run with the ball in the Ottawa Redblacks’ two CFL pre-season games, John Crockett has been practising and waiting for an opportunity to contribute. Saturday against the Montreal Alouettes, the 27-year-old ...
2020 N.L. Summer Games plans take shape in Bay Roberts
The 2020 Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games in Bay Roberts will look a little different compared to previous editions, with the inclusion of some first-time events. Municipal recreation director Ian Flynn provided updates about the ...
Lots to look forward to in the season's second half for the Jays
While Vlad Guerrero Jr. was hitting out 91 home runs in his all-star derby delight on Monday, other Blue Jays were getting as far away from the action as possible — or at least attempting to. Social media tells us that Justin Smoak was doing ...
Nazem Kadri explains why he refused trade to Flames
Nazem Kadri did, indeed, quash a potential trade to the Calgary Flames. Kadri, ex of the Toronto Maple Leafs, confirmed on Sportsnet’s 31 Thoughts: The Podcast that he was approached about being swapped to the Saddledome but refused to waive ...
Canadiens sign Joel Armia to two-year deal worth $5.2 million
The Canadiens have signed forward Joel Armia to a two-year deal worth US$5.2 million, avoiding salary arbitration. Armia, 26, became a restricted free agent on July 1 after posting 13-10-23 totals in 57 games last season with the Canadiens. His ...