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
SCOTT STINSON: Kawhi's buzzer-beater exorcizes Raptors' demons
Davies, Murrin in front of a big crowd at the Harbourfront 10K
NKD2, Swilers take titles in inaugural provincial basketball U16 club championships
St. John's Edge come up short — on the scoreboard and bench — in Game 2 loss to Magic
ROBIN SHORT: Simon says: “I’m focused on winning in St. John’s”
Provincial U18 rugby side trumps Irish team
STEVE SIMMONS: Raptors step up for Kawhi in enormous win over Bucks
There will be at least one more game in Toronto — maybe more — for the remarkable Kawhi Leonard as a Raptor. And no one is ready for any of this to come to an end. Not yet. Not this soon. It’s been too emotional. It’s ...
Once again, Newfoundlanders abound on Canada’s team for world men's softball championship
Team Canada, with a roster that includes seven Newfoundlanders, went 6-0 in a softball tournament in British Columbia over the weekend as a tune-up for the upcoming world men’s softball championship. Ryan Boland, Shane Boland and Jason Hill ...
STEVE SIMMONS: What happened? Kawhi happened, and Raptors won
The where-were-you moments are so much of what makes sports so special and in some ways, life changing. Where were you when Joe Carter hit the home run, when Doug Gilmour did the wrap-around, when Jose Bautista flipped his bat, when George ...
Nurse pushes the right lineup buttons for the Raptors in crucial Game 3 victory
Let it not be said that the Toronto Raptors did not leave everything on the court as they played for their season. It wasn’t pretty, and at times it was the absolute opposite of that, but it was the win the Raptors had to have, a 118-112 ...
RYAN WOLSTAT: Gasol takes blame for nightmarish Game 2 start, Raptors loss
MILWAUKEE — Basketball games can’t be won or lost simply by what happens in the first few minutes, but Game 2 sure felt like it got away from the Toronto Raptors quickly. It was a tale of two starts, with Giannis Antetokounpo rampaging ...
Fans convinced Raptors far from extinct heading into Game 3
Raptors fans say this series is far from extinction. Down two games to none to the Milwaukee Bucks with Game 3 of the NBA Eastern Conference Final returning Sunday night to Scotiabank Arena in The6ix, the Dino denizens of Jurassic Park say this ...
MIKE GANTER: Raps looking at changes for Game 3, but how drastic will they be?
MILWAUKEE — This is new territory for the Toronto Raptors. They’ve been down in a series, twice in fact through this current playoff run and rebounded both times to win. But this is the first time they find themselves in a two-game ...
ROBIN SHORT: A hoops storyline not short on twists and turns
It was a strange year for the St. John’s Edge. Strange, indeed. “As (Jarryn) Skeete’s been saying all along,” relayed coach Steve Marcus, “it’s all part of the story, man, all part of the ...
St. John's Edge will have Davis, Keith in lineup for must-win Game 4 tonight
The St. John’s Edge were expectantly hopeful they would have Glen Davis back in their lineup for tonight’s Game 4 of the National Basketball League of Canada final at Mile One Centre and as it turns out, the big man they called “Big ...
SCOTT STINSON: Toronto Raptors fall short in opening game to Milwaukee as scoring dries up
MILWAUKEE — The Toronto Raptors finally made some open shots. They just didn’t do it for long enough. On another night when Kawhi Leonard was unusually inefficient, Kyle Lowry went off for 30 points, providing the kind of offensive ...