It's a long way from Canada to the desert of New Mexico, but the journey is a familiar one to Canadian basketball coach Paul Weir along with some of Canada's best basketball talent.
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Three girls whose families fled the bloodshed in Syria and settled in Toronto are finding their way in Canada with the help of high school basketball.
Canadians feel less than enthusiastic about the Rio Olympic Games, an Angus Reid survey suggests.
En route to his first Olympics, Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse says, "It's the Olympics that count. That's where you need to peak."
Heather Hiscox introduces us to this new Olympic sport and Canadian powerhouse Magali Harvey
With six months until the 2016 Summer Games, sprint canoeist Mark Oldershaw dishes on his new family life with the CBC's Heather Hiscox.
Heather Hiscox sits down with the 18-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont. The 2015 Canadian female athlete of the year will be making Olympic debut in golf.
The Canadian men's wheelchair basketball team lost to the United States 62-39 in the final at the Parapan Am Games on Saturday.
Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban played a key role in the Habs' 3-2 overtime win over the Ottawa Senators Friday night. He also took inspiration from seeing Jean Béliveau's widow, Élise, wear his No. 76 jersey in the stands.
Nine players on three NHL teams have contracted mumps this season, an unexpected outbreak that the league and the players' association are trying to contain.