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Nominated for: homophobic slurs and frustrating non-apologies.
The Raptors are in the middle of a depressing losing streak. Who's to blame, and is there anything that can be done?
Nominated for: checking out even before he left the team.
Nominated for: building the Jays into a team to be reckoned with.
For all that it lacked in drama, the 100th Grey Cup will be remembered, by those loyal to championship-starved Toronto teams, as a win.
Acquired to provide guidance to a rebuilding team, the legendary goaltender provided the 1970/'71 Maple Leafs with a spectacular season.
As they prepare to play in the 100th Grey Cup game this coming Sunday, the Toronto Argonauts look like they've righted their once-sinking ship just in time.
How a Toronto entrepreneur invented—then didn't get wealthy from—Canada's favourite lane sport.
A mixed martial arts love story.
The UFC's third trip to Toronto and tenth foray into Canada promises to be an exciting night of action and drama for combat sports fans.
Ultimate Fighting Championship brawlers taught us some moves, in preparation for Saturday's high-profile bout at the ACC.
Previewing the 2012 Toronto Roller Derby Championship.
Blue Jays shortstop apologizes for writing a homophobic slur in his eyeblack as the club imposes a three-game suspension.
Some Canadian athletes who competed in the London games arrived at Pearson Airport yesterday afternoon.
We look back at the greatest sports scandal in Canadian history.
Billie Hallam wins the 1937 Miss Toronto beauty pageant.
La Furia Roja crushed Italy in the Euro 2012 finals, and their fans weren't shy about showing their joy.
"From the capital of the U.S. of A., it’s New York and Washington. The economic and political engines of America, united in the birth of the country, they’re also linked in tragedy. They were the twin targets of the coordinated attacks on 9/11."