Ontarians who rely on prescription medication will hopefully see an onerous COVID-19 precaution lifted by the end of June.
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Tom Renney remembers exactly where he was during the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
It was the first time the New York Rangers had ever held their training camp in Manhattan. Renney, who was entering his second season as the team's director of player personnel, was at Madison Square Garden as players checked in for their physicals when the first plane struck the World Trade Centre.
When restrictions on public gatherings to combat the novel coronavirus lift, Golf Canada CEO Laurence Applebaum knows his sport will be ready.
Until then, he hopes that amateur golfers follow the lead of professionals and stay home.
TORONTO—Don't tell Pascal Siakam when he has a good game. He doesn't want to hear it.
Siakam tied a career high with five three-pointers and had 31 points in just three quarters of work as the Toronto Raptors cruised past the New York Knicks 126-98 last night.
TORONTO—After Anthony Alford hit a walkoff home run in the 15th inning all of his Toronto Blue Jays teammates were grateful.
Not just because they had won, but because they could go home.
TORONTO—As soon as Brandon Drury's bat connected with the ball he knew he'd hit the first grand slam of his career.
Drury's moon shot to deep left field scored half of the runs in an eight-run fourth inning that helped the Blue Jays cruise past the visiting Texas Rangers 19-4 last night.
It was Drury's second at-bat of the inning as Toronto worked through its entire lineup.
TORONTO—As soon as Bianca Andreescu heard that Serena Williams was retiring from their Rogers Cup final, she went to her opponent's bench, took a knee, and started consoling the veteran tennis player.
Lost in that moment of empathy was the fact that Andreescu had just become the first Canadian to win the tournament in 50 years.
TORONTO—Ryan Borucki isn't in mid-season form just yet. Unfortunately for him, the Cleveland Indians are.
The left-hander made his season debut last night after missing the first four months of the season with inflammation in his throwing elbow.
He allowed four runs—two earned—over 4 2/3 innings in a 7-3 loss to Cleveland.
ANCASTER, Ont.—Rory McIlroy examined the RBC Canadian Open trophy closely, reading the names to himself, soaking in the history of the 110-year old championship.
His name will be the next one etched on to the trophy's silver surface after he fired a 9-under 61 on Sunday for a dominant seven-shot win.
TORONTO—The thrill of a walkoff win still hasn't gotten old for Justin Smoak, even after a decade in Major League Baseball.
Smoak drove in the winning run in the 11th inning as the Toronto Blue Jays completed a three-game sweep of the Oakland Athletics with a 5-4 victory yesterday afternoon.