GAIL LETHBRIDGE: Griping about ‘youth today’ is a rite of passage
A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Ya Boy Bear trots into history books
Prettyndangerous, One Hot Camshaft to meet tonight at CDP after Governor’s Plate Week break in Charlottetown
TERRY JONES: Triathlon contender Taylor Spivey could have been Canadian
TERRY JONES: Qualifiers determine spots in main draw at beach volleyball tourney
Big finish for Morse
Twin sisters look to make their mark on FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour
Century Downs paying attention to Stampede horse deaths as it prepares for inaugural chuckwagon races
Operators of a Calgary-area racetrack preparing to host chuckwagon races for the first time next month say they’re monitoring the Calgary Stampede’s efforts to boost safety after the deadliest Rangeland Derby in nearly a ...
TERRY JONES: Whale of a battle in World Triathlon Series
The No. 1 name in the sport won’t be competing in Edmonton’s World Triathlon Series event Saturday. Losing the top name in the game is definitely a negative but the positive is that now it won’t be the Katie Zaferes ...
TERRY JONES: 'Revolutionary' concept being tested at World Triathlon Series
There will be new meaning to the term “transition zone” at this weekend’s World Triathlon Series event in Edmonton. Sheila O’Kelly, Stephen Bordeau and the rest of the organizing committee is transitioning the transition ...
INDY NOTES: Wickens' emotional return to racetrack an inspiring scene
Seven carefully crafted words stirred the emotions of thousands under clear skies on Sunday afternoon in Toronto. “Future drivers of mine, start your engines!” Those words, spoken by Guelph, Ont., native Robert Wickens, signalled ...
'Upward from here' despite Wimbledon final loss for Gabriela Dabrowski
After Gabriela Dabrowski lost the women’s doubles final at Wimbledon with partner Yifan Xu, disappointment was etched on her face. Back in Ottawa, though, a childhood coach remained sure that the athletic, focused and “very ...
P.E.I. Abbies win first gold at under-18 Atlantic boys’ championship
Prince Edward Island has been sending provincial teams to the Atlantic Canadian under-18 boys’ rugby championship for years, but never left with a gold medal. That changed Sunday when the P.E.I. Abbies defeated the Nova Scotia Keltics 15-7 ...
Hicken records back-to-back tour wins
Make it two in a row for Jonathan Hicken. The Brudenell native picked up his second win in as many weeks on the Parts For Trucks Pro Stock Tour Saturday at the Irving Oil 150 at Petty International Raceway near Moncton. Hicken won last week’s ...
FIDDLER'S FACTS: Blue Jays have had a disastrous first half
I don’t expect the Toronto Blue Jays to scare anybody any time soon, certainly not this year. After a poor first half, the report card on the club is not encouraging. The Blue Jays have little quality pitching, especially in the starting ...
VIDEO: Sports talk with P.E.I. Guardian columnist Fred (Fiddler) MacDonald - July 3, 2019
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Fred and Jason talk about the Island's junior and senior baseball teams, NHL free agency and the UPEI Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2019 in this week's online video. See the full video ...
VIDEO: Sports talk with P.E.I. Guardian columnist Fred (Fiddler) MacDonald - July 12, 2019
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Fred and Jason talk about the Governor's Plate, Jeremy McKenna signing a one-year AHL contract and the home run derby in this week's online video. See the full video ...