Kids getting in touch with nature at Nova Scotia's Open Air Learning
Working to preserve Mi’kmaw in Nova Scotia
Couple moves into school bus and sets out on journey of a lifetime
Cape Breton's Amber Tapley reshaped her life and launched a healing ...
Brian Braganza helps people find the courage to make a better world
Barrieau stars on P.E.I. Colt Stakes night card
Stakes Saturday set for Charlottetown Driving Park
FIDDLER'S FACTS: Mudmen begin title defence today
Hurricanes open cross-country season Saturday in Sackville, N.B.
VIDEO: Sports talk with P.E.I. Guardian columnist Fred (Fiddler) MacDonald - Sept. 13, 2019
SCOTT STINSON: Bianca Andreescu comes home a conquering hero, but she has plans for much more
TORONTO — Let us get the important stuff out of the way first: Drake has made contact with Bianca Andreescu. While the new U.S. Open champion was doing her media whirlwind in New York over the past few days — Jimmy Fallon, Ryan and ...
P.E.I. Colt Stakes for trotters on tonight’s Charlottetown Driving Park card
Trot stake Thursday continues this week with the top trotters on the East Coast competing in the 85th anniversary of Canada’s oldest stake race at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park (CDP). The 12-dash card gets underway at 6:30 p.m. ...
Comeau, Couturier receive UPEI weekly awards
Brinten Comeau and Evan Couturier are the first recipients of the UPEI Panther Subway athletes of the week honours for the 2019-20 season. Comeau is a flank on the UPEI women’s rugby team and a second-year arts student. The Hammonds Plains, ...
Canada down to the wire with injuries before heading to Rugby World Cup
Rugby Canada flies to Japan Tuesday afternoon for the 2019 Rugby World Cup and the injury statuses of two players remain up in the air. Gareth Rees, who is serving as the team’s spokesperson for the coming tournament, said Tuesday morning ...
Brand Bianca: Canadian tennis star has shot at big off-court success after U.S. Open win
Everybody wants a piece of Bianca Andreescu’s success. At a few months past 19, the Canadian tennis wunderkind has won more than US$6 million in prize money, not to mention a series of sponsorships, and stands to gain much more now that she has ...
STEVE SIMMONS: 2019 — the year sports changed forever in Toronto
We The North and She The North: There has never been a sporting year quite like this one before. Not in this city or this country — and not in this manner. Of champions who came from almost nowhere. Of a historically disregarded ...
'She did it': Edmonton tennis coach recalls training young Bianca Andreescu
When Bianca Andreescu spurred a national celebration Saturday, beating U.S. legend Serena Williams at the U.S. Open to become Canada’s first Grand Slam singles champion, the 19-year-old’s former coach was watching closely, and said she ...
SCOTT STINSON: Bianca Andreescu, teenager, champion, and remarkable Canadian success story
NEW YORK • The main interview room for the working press at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is an auditorium under the stands at Arthur Ashe Stadium. On Saturday night, Canada’s newest superstar sat at the front of it, the ...
Charlottetown's Skye Watson-Campbell teams with Kale Chase to win national sailing title
Prince Edward Island’s only cadet participating in the National Sea Cadet Sail Regatta recently in Kingston, Ont., was part of the winning team. Cadets Kale Chase, left, and Skye Watson-Campbell participate in a National Sea Cadet Regatta ...
Triathletes qualify for worlds at P.E.I.'s Tri-Lobster race
Athletes have earned spots at world championships based on their results in Summerside at the Subaru of Charlottetown Trilobster Triathlon. The draft-legal sprint and standard triathlon were official age-group world championship qualifying races ...