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It’s finally back: Stanley Cup playoffs boasts some homegrown talent

July 30, 2020   ·   0 Comments

If you think about it, it took a pandemic to bring the Stanley Cup finals back to Canada. Under these circumstances, it’s what no hockey ...

There’s no place the Tigers would rather be

Here’s a question: when you’re taken away from something you love, how much does it affect you? Probably a lot. It most likely changes you ...

York9 FC hires director of on-field analytics

York9 FC continues to bolster their office staff with the hiring 27-year-old Kingston native Sam Gregory as the club’s new Director of On-Field Analytics. Gregory ...

Sport Aurora honours high school athletes on their doorsteps

As the old slogan goes, it’s time to “have a break.” And why not? There’s a lot to celebrate. Frontline healthcare workers are continuing their ...

Aurora Barbarians fly-half is off to British Columbia

Chloe Daniels works at The Briars Golf Course in maintenance. She’s been working there for the past few summers. It’s a fun job as she ...

Aurora Barbarians introducing “non-contact” rugby for post-COVID-19 play

The Aurora Barbarians will introduce non-contact rugby post COVID-19, says senior women’s head coach Khalil Ajram. Following a club review surveying parents, players, staff, alumni ...

York9 FC manager Jimmy Brennan hopeful for return to action soon

One year ago this Friday, July 10, York9 FC made history. The club became the first Canadian Premier League team to take on a Major ...

Aurora’s Andrew Nembhard on the move

Aurora native Andrew Nembhard completed his transfer to join the Gonzaga Bulldogs last week. Nembhard considered Duke, USC, Memphis, Georgetown and Stanford. Initially, the star ...

Gary Wright Humanitarian Award-winner forever thankful

It was Brent Morning’s life-long dream to skate at Maple Leaf Gardens. He was getting used to his walker on skates, but when the opportunity ...

St. Andrew’s linebacker not content to let grass grow under his feet

It was the end of February. Andrew Scott was on tour of the University of Toronto campus. It’s what he wants. A prestigious university encamped ...

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