Philadelphia Eagles score first in Super Bowl LII

The underdog Philadelphia Eagles scored first on the first drive of the Super Bowl LII. After a failed first and goal play Jake Elliott kicked a short field goal for the first score of... Read more »

Edmonton to House Canada’s Largest Sports Dome

The Edmonton Scottish Society is set to build a colossal sports dome to assuage part of the growing requirement of indoor soccer fields. The dome will be built in the city’s southern... Read more »

Tiger Woods pleads guilty for driving under the influence

Golf superstar Tiger Woods has pleaded guilty for wreck-less driving and operating a vehicle under the influence. Woods entered the plea Friday in Palm Beach County, Florida. The golf superstar will spend... Read more »

First of a Kind – Drone Collides with Commercial Airplane in Canada

On Thursday, October 12, a drone bumped into a Skyjet airplane during its descent on the Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City. Transport Canada – the regulatory authority – reported the... Read more »

NFL Ratings drop after National Anthem Protests

The National Football League has enjoyed a long streak of dominance on American television but that may be in jeopardy. This Sunday the NFL’s greatest fear became reality. Fans turned off the... Read more »

Trump Football protest comes to Sask. Roughriders

Just a few days after President Donald Trump said on Twitter players who kneel during the national anthem as an act of protest should be fired, the protest against him comes to Canadian... Read more »

Steven Stamkos Is Finally Ready To Hit The Ice

Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos is particularly looking forward to the team’s training camp after spending several months on the sidelines due to a knee injury. Stamkos played only 17 games... Read more »

Editorial: Lets Talk About Doping In Pro Sports

This week, Florida Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton became the sixth player in major baseball history to reach the 50-home run mark before the end of August. Stanton became a member of a select... Read more »

Thomas Vanek Finds Work In Vancouver

Austrian Thomas Vanek signed a one-year contract with the Vancouver Canucks, the west coast team announced on Friday. Vanek, 33, will earn 2 million US dollars. Last year, the sniper earned 48... Read more »

A good investment

Phillip Danault’s training program includes a lot of work at home this year. When the 24-year-old striker does not train at PEPS on the Laval University campus in Quebec City or does... Read more »