New NWHL Team In Toronto

Ben Hamill - March 27, 2020

The National Women’s Hockey League () will soon be expanded to Toronto, which means that it will effectively be adding the first Canadian team to its ranks. The expansion will be deemed part of the 2020-2021 season and will be led b...Read More

CBC Voices Commitment To Women In Sports

Ben Hamill - March 09, 2020

It’s been famously said that focus, determination, anger, relief, a lot of the time disappointment even, are all part of the professional sports game, whether you’re a man or a woman. And even though gender equality in sports ...Read More

Women’s Sport Association Undergoes Rebrand

Ben Hamill - February 26, 2020

The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport and Physical Activity will soon officially change its name to simply, “Canadian Women & Sport”. And according to national CEO Allison Sandmeyer-Graves, a compl...Read More

Pro-Women’s Hockey Rally Raises Awareness

Ben Hamill - January 08, 2020

A viable women’s professional hockey league is a lot to ask for by the looks of things. But Canadians of all ages remain ever hopeful it now seems, as could be witnessed on just another ordinary Saturday early-Januar...Read More

Canadian Women’s Volleyball Team Wins NORCECA Bronze

Ben Hamill - October 15, 2019

After a straight-sets loss to Puerto Rico earlier on, Canada’s women’s volleyball team is back stronger and better than ever before. Thanks to a great deal of hard work, commitment and a steely resolve to take back...Read More

Two Women Arrested Over Bingo Card Scam

Ben Hamill - October 09, 2019

All is fair in love and war, and Bingo apparently. Police have confirmed a Thursday night New Jersey incident during which two players had supposedly taped the missing winning number needed for a win on to their card. The incident in q...Read More

Wynn Resorts Slapped With Class Action Suit

Ben Hamill - October 02, 2019

Wynn Resorts Limited just cannot seem to shake the dust of disgraced founding father Steve Wynn from its feet. And if the latest class action lawsuit instituted against the company is anything to go by, it has no parti...Read More

Rogers Cup Highlights The Gender Wage-Disparity

Ben Hamill - August 22, 2019

Despite our modern and liberated day and age, the gender pay-gap remains as contentious an issue as ever before and not even pro-sports is exempt. In fact, the international sports world often has much to reveal about the general state o...Read More

Canadian Women Aim to Break Records at WAC

Ben Hamill - July 14, 2019

Toronto teen Penny Oleksiak is looking for two things at the upcoming world aquatics championships (WAC). Speed, of course, is one of her goals, but Oleksiak is also hoping to find elements in her races that need attention ahead of the 2...Read More

Wickenheiser Receives Highest Hockey Honour

Ben Hamill - July 03, 2019

National Canadian Women’s Hockey team captain Hayley Wickenheiser is an Olympic force to be reckoned with. And this year she has much to celebrate because the 2010 Olympic gold medal winner has just been announced as the latest ind...Read More

Canadian Sports Predictions For 2019

Ben Hamill - January 08, 2019

With the start of a new year comes another twelve action-packed months for the world of Canadian sports. 2019 will no doubt be filled with new possibilities, big hopes and dreams, successes, heartbreaks, and everything...Read More

Canadian Player In Line for Women’s Ballon d’Or

Ben Hamill - October 13, 2018

, the soccer star from Canada, is 1 of 15 players in the running for the first women’s Ballon d’Or. France Football magazine is launching the individual award this year to a female player and a mal...Read More

Brooke Henderson Wins CP Women’s Open

Ben Hamill - August 30, 2018

Canadian Brooke Henderson has long known what was at stake at the most recent CP Women’s Open. The 20-year-old golfer from Smith Falls, Ontario was aware that her country had gone 45 years without a victory in the event, which was only co...Read More