Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
Snowden hopeful Pardy, Power will be ready to go for Kelly Cup final
Four entering St. John’s Baseball Hall of Fame tonight
Blues KO Sharks in Game 6, reach first final since '70
Lowry, Raptors down Bucks, level East finals
Onward and upward: Newfoundland Growlers continue journey into the unknown
Once again, Newfoundlanders abound on Canada’s team for world men's softball championship
Raptors' Nurse: Leonard 'feeling good,' Lowry 'not great'
Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard's health is just fine, while point guard Kyle Lowry is fighting through significant pain, head coach Nick Nurse told reporters Wednesday. "He's feeling good," Nurse said of Leonard, who has shown an occasional ...
NFL notebook: Panthers' Newton not throwing, Olsen healthy
Cam Newton was not cleared to throw as the Carolina Panthers worked out together Wednesday, four months after the quarterback had shoulder surgery. Head coach Ron Rivera said the team remains focused on Newton returning at full strength for the start ...
Stewart, Gibbs top NASCAR Hall of Fame class
Three-time NASCAR season champion Tony Stewart was elected to the 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame on Wednesday that also includes team owner Joe Gibbs, who joined a second sport's Hall of Fame. Gibbs already was a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame for ...
Soccer: Relaxed Japan hoping to peak at women's World Cup
By Jack Tarrant and Yoko Kono TOKYO (Reuters) - A fun and relaxed atmosphere prevailed at Japan's training camp on Wednesday as Asako Takakura's team began their final preparations for the women's World Cup in France. The "Nadeshiko" head to France ...
Basketball: Simmons, Bogut, Mills head Australia squad for World Cup
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Ben Simmons, Andrew Bogut and Patty Mills were among nine NBA players included in Australia's the 17-man squad for this year's basketball World Cup on Thursday. The Boomers, who were fourth at the Rio Olympics, have been drawn ...
UEFA aims to double number of women soccer players by 2024
By Simon Evans BUDAPEST (Reuters) - European soccer's governing body UEFA launched a five-year plan for women's soccer on Friday, aiming to double the number of women and girls playing the sport by 2024. The strategy aims to raise the number of women ...
Game needs to embrace knowledge of female coaches, says Sundhage
By Philip O'Connor STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - With the majority of the 24 teams at the Women's World Cup coached by men, the game needs to embrace the wealth of experience that female soccer coaches have to offer, former United States and Sweden coach Pia ...
European final a step in "spectacular progress" for Barca women's team
By Richard Martin BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona are making their first appearance in the women's Champions League final against holders Olympique Lyonnais on Saturday but landing a maiden European title is just one part of the club's grand ...
Tough Bronze brings Lyon experience to Lionesses
By Julien Pretot LYON, France (Reuters) - When Lucy Bronze kicked off her professional career at Everton, her earnings were all-but wiped out by the cost of being a footballer. Bronze did not care about the money, though. She just wanted to play ...
FIFA seeks a billion World Cup viewers to boost women's game
By Philip O'Connor STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - FIFA is hoping that over a billion viewers tune in to the Women's World Cup in France as it continues strategic efforts to grow the game around the globe, but the governing body is still subject to criticism ...