OPINION: Let the Student-Athletes Play

Amidst the latest restrictions put forth by the Ontario Government, the OUA and OCAA were once again excluded from the sport leagues that are permitted to continue training and playing.

Sudbury to Host 2022 CCAA, U SPORTS and Canadian Mixed Doubles Championships

From Curling Canada and the CCAA SUDBURY, Ont. — Sudbury will build on its well-established reputation of hosting national curling championships by adding three new events to its repertoire this season. Sudbury’s Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex will host the 2022 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA)/Curling Canada Championships and U SPORTS/Curling Canada Curling Championships from…

Laurier’s Ntore Habimana Discusses How to be the Best

From Tyra Forde, Laurier Golden Hawks Athletics “Watching NBA basketball has always been a part of my life and it drove me to become the best player I can be.” Since he was young, Mississauga, Ont., native Ntore Habimana has wanted to shoot hoops. “I am a very competitive person,” he explains. That competitive spirit…

Player Profile Cards: Series One (#1 – #152)

SARNIA, Ont. — With the 2020-21 season having been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we needed a different way to keep basketball in the minds of fans from coast-to-coast while keeping people engaged with the players, coaches, and programs from across Canada. During the pandemic, the trading card industry took off, with cards being…

First Annual SpeakHER Series to Spotlight Women’s Basketball in Canada

CANADA — From the grassroots level to the International stage, Women’s Basketball is on the rise in Canada. At the university and college levels, the growth is especially true. Each and every season, the level of parity in all leagues continues to grow. The talent level is always changing for the better, and more and…