Canada Sports

Casual Summer Style That Goes From Hike To High Street

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 05.12.2016 | Canada Style
Sacha DeVoretz

I love the idea of having a wardrobe I can wear when I am enjoying the outdoors and also in the city. Living in Vancouver there are so many opportunities to enjoy nature. But after a hike, I may need to go to the store or the bank. How can you dress for a hike and for shopping in town afterwards?

I Can't Be Everything To My Boys (And That's OK)

Erin Silver | Posted 05.11.2016 | Canada Parents
Erin Silver

I started my single mom journey thinking I had to be everything to my boys, but now I know it's not true, or even possible. And it's not even necessary. Of all the things I can't do, or do well enough, I've been lucky to find others who will enrich my boys' lives and pick up the slack.

There's A Reason Running Culture Is Exploding Across Canada

Bonnie Doan | Posted 05.02.2016 | Canada Living
Bonnie Doan

Whether the motivation is fitness, mental health, being part of a community or supporting a great cause, everyone has something to gain from a sport as simple as putting one foot in front of the other.

I Love How Sports Transcend Barriers To Let Us Come Together

Jagneet Singh | Posted 05.02.2016 | Canada Living
Jagneet Singh

Simply put, sports has a way of connecting people. When you throw on your team colours, you're no longer a Sikh, Jew, Christian, White, or Black. You're simply a fan. And the only thing that matters in that moment is realizing the dream of seeing your team lift up the trophy one day and host a parade on your home streets.

Faking Your Way Through A Football Match

Mike Sholars | Posted 04.04.2016 | Canada Living
Mike Sholars

In my life, I've probably watched two or three football games to completion. I've played half a game of FIFA before politely insisting we play Mario Kart instead. Most player names I know are from a fictional commercial in The Simpsons.

Support Our Young Female Athletes On And Off The Ice

Caroline Ouellette | Posted 03.14.2016 | Canada Living
Caroline Ouellette

Women's hockey is evolving and the divide between female and male athletes is blurring. Canadians are viewing female athletes as just that, athletes. We're not satisfied with the notion of "they play well for a girls team." Female competitors play well, period.

Spring Skiing Tips For Newbies

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 03.07.2016 | Canada Living
Sacha DeVoretz

Spring is the perfect time to start skiing. The weather is milder, the slopes aren't too busy and with softer snow, usually it is easier to learn on. To find out the top tips on how newbies can learn how to ski this spring, I spoke with Nick Castagnoli, Brand and Communications Manager, Group Rossignol, NA.

A Beginner's Guide To Skate Skiing

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 02.26.2016 | Canada Living
Sacha DeVoretz

Skate skiing is a relatively new technique that evolved in the early 1980s that completely revolutionized the sport of cross country skiing. In essence, it was discovered that ski racers could generate more power and propel themselves with more acceleration and velocity by employing a skate movement similar to ice skating.

Today's Kids Could Use A Lesson In Healthy Competition

Silken Laumann | Posted 02.08.2016 | Canada Parents
Silken Laumann

I think competition is good for us, and is critical to helping us find performances that we didn't know we had. Sometimes I feel we have become so sensitive about not leaving anybody feeling left out that we have all but obliterated competition in our schools, and to a large degree in our workplaces. Nobody gets recognized, and actually nobody feels special.

Bruno Mars And Squad Wear Versace For Super Bowl Dance Battle

The Huffington Post Canada | Monika Markovinovic | Posted 02.08.2016 | Canada Style

Too hot (hot damn).

Beyoncé Pays Tribute To Michael Jackson At Super Bowl

The Huffington Post Canada | Monika Markovinovic | Posted 02.07.2016 | Canada Style

Long live the king (and queen) of pop.

Lady Gaga Dazzles In Red At Super Bowl 50

The Huffington Post Canada | Monika Markovinovic | Posted 02.09.2016 | Canada Style

"This is one of the highest honours of my career."

This Linebacker Broke His Arm 2 Weeks Ago, Plays At Super Bowl Anyway

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 02.07.2016 | Canada

He had to have surgery 13 days ago.

WATCH: The Super Bowl Ads You Can't See In Canada

The Huffington Post Canada | Brian Vinh Tien Trinh | Posted 02.07.2016 | Canada Business

We interrupt your regular football viewing for this commercial break.

NFL Honors Nominees Remind Us Why Giving Back Matters

Edward Jackson | Posted 02.05.2016 | Canada Living
Edward Jackson

Forget Gates and Zuckerberg. These young philanthropists do things on the ground, using their celebrity and foundations to battle hunger and disease, and expand access to education and sports, among an array of social causes.

How To Get Started With Snowshoeing

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 01.29.2016 | Canada Living
Sacha DeVoretz

The most important part of choosing a snowshoe is picking the right size. All snowshoes sink. The ideal size of shoe is the smallest size that supports your weight on the snow that you'll typically be snowshoeing on. It's not an exact science.

Ski Tips From A Newfound Skiing Addict

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 01.27.2016 | Canada Living
Sacha DeVoretz

At 45, I am learning how to downhill ski and love it. To find out the best tips on how any adult can learn how to ski, I spoke with the experts. They ...

The 10 Best Canadian Universities For Sports And Recreation

UniversityHub.ca | Posted 01.14.2016 | Canada Living
UniversityHub.ca

Whether you're a varsity athlete, a fanatic CIS football fan or a casual gym-goer, it's important to know how your future university stacks up in fitness and athletics. UniversityHub has asked more than 1,000 students to rate their university's sports and recreation facilities, in addition to 50-plus other factors.

The Hockey-Industrial Complex Is Failing Canada's Young Players

Grant Gordon | Posted 01.06.2016 | Canada Living
Grant Gordon

Maybe we've lost sight of the forest for the trees, letting hockey become an industry. We should remember it's a game, and let kids play and learn through play. Bringing back some freedom into minor hockey, returning a sense of play to the game, will help develop creative skills and, in turn, help us win.

John Candy Sponsored Our Hockey Team When I Was 12

Slapshot Diaries | Posted 12.24.2015 | Canada Living
Slapshot Diaries

He was our sponsor, with "Candy Productions" on the bottom under my last name on the back of our Georgetown Rep jerseys. We didn't really focus on it too much, at least until John came to a game. This was the first time it hit us: John Candy was in the Orangeville arena to cheer on his team.

Participation Trophies Revisited

Her Magazine | Posted 12.18.2015 | Canada Living
Her Magazine

At the end of the race, I received a medal, along with the other 1,000 or so other participants. I proudly wore my medal for group shots with my running group and out for brunch after the race. I sure felt like a winner.

What's Better Than Your Team Winning A Championship?

Sulemaan Ahmed | Posted 12.11.2015 | Canada Impact
Sulemaan Ahmed

This post is based on recent experience where I saw the power of good when a community of incredible people supported a special kid named Alex who has the heart of a lion and is a champion in my books.

Confident People See Setbacks As Feedback

Dr. Ivan Joseph | Posted 12.09.2015 | Canada Living
Dr. Ivan Joseph

Ever wonder why some people crumble when they don't get something right and others take it as motivation to work harder? The best example I have comes from an inspiring and humble source -- a young man named Kyle who traveled from Jamaica to try out for my Ryerson Rams soccer team.

Where Fashion Meets Sports Sponsorship

Matthew Klar | Posted 12.04.2015 | Canada Business
Matthew Klar

The line between celebrity and athletes has grown increasingly blurry over the past number of years. It is common to see athletes on late night TV or attending the latest Hollywood award shows. This environment -- typically reserved for actors and actresses -- has given athletes the opportunity to showcase their fashion sense off the field of play.

Extreme Sports Are Taking Canada's Winter Culture To New Heights

Christian Papillon | Posted 11.24.2015 | Canada Living
Christian Papillon

In Canada, there's no question that winter sports are a part of our culture. Our tried and true sports like hockey will always be a staple, but more extreme, non-traditional sports have experienced intense growth in recent years, taking our winter culture to new heights.