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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Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
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The Western Star
Corner Brook Barons hoping home field advantage will propel them back to provincial senior A baseball final
Lots to look forward to in the season's second half for the Jays
ROB LONGLEY: Even if the Stro Show must move on, he loved his time as a Blue Jay
Jays pitching prospect Pearson sizzles in All Star Futures Game
Struggling Sanchez coughs up lead as Blue Jays fall to Royals
When Aaron Sanchez wakes up on Monday, the good news is that he will be able to celebrate his 27th birthday. The bad news is that he continues to be searching for his first major-league win since April 27. On Sunday in a 7-6 loss to the Kansas ...
Blue Jays' Stroman named to all-star game, Guerrero to Home Run Derby
Yes, the Rolling Stones were in the Toronto area this weekend, but for Marcus Stroman and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Blue Jays, another iconic band is top of mind. Spinal Tap. Because in early July, they will be saying “Hello, ...
JACK TODD: Stephen Bronfman embraces plan to bring baseball back to Montreal
Let it be noted that another significant step toward the return of baseball to Montreal was taken in a hot, packed and airless room on the eighth floor of the Windsor on Peel St., home to the Claridge offices of Stephen Bronfman. Baseball weather ...
Hot ticket no more: Lost season has Blue Jays attendance slipping to historic lows
NEW YORK — It has come to this in an attempt to fill empty seats at Canada’s only home to Major League Baseball: vending dollar hot dogs once a month and deeply discounting tickets for a summer holiday game that was once an automatic ...
Homer-happy Yankees strike early to hand Jays and Richard their latest loss
NEW YORK — Loss number 51 in game number 80 of the 2019 Blue Jays season basically began and ended with this: Toronto starter Clayton Richard surrendered solo home runs to the first two batters he faced Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium and ...
Jays starter Aaron Sanchez falters as Yankees blast their way to a win in the Bronx
NEW YORK — Aaron Sanchez took a sharp Brett Gardner liner off his shin in the fifth inning here on Monday night and you could almost feel the pain. Turns out that was just the beginning of the beating as the bad breaks continue to outnumber ...
JACK TODD: Rays' proposal shows MLB is serious about Montreal
So is an idea that was wretched in 2003 any better in 2019? That’s the question today after the news broke that the Tampa Bay Rays have permission from Major League Baseball (MLB) to explore a plan that would see the club play early-season ...
Rays get MLB OK to explore regular-season games in Montreal: ESPN
The Tampa Bay Rays have received permission from Major League Baseball to explore a plan in which they would play early-season home games in the Tampa Bay area and the remainder of the year in Montreal, ESPN reported Thursday afternoon. Under ...
Angels' Trout continues domination of Blue Jays
There’s no doubt it’s Trout season in Toronto. And Aaron Sanchez was using the wrong bait. Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels continued to clobber the Blue Jays, rattling two home runs into the near seats in left field near George ...
Angels beat up on Jackson, Jays on way to easy win at the Rogers Centre
Edwin Jackson referred to himself as his worst critic on Monday night. A few minutes before making that declaration, the veteran Blue Jays pitcher didn’t leave much doubt. “I think my pitching has just been horses***, to be honest, ...