Québec Sports

Is Match Fixing the Death of Sport?

Julien Josset | Posted 10.27.2014 | Canada
Julien Josset

Soccer, cricket, NBA and other sports followed by millions of fans around the world are, today, subject to ongoing revelations concerning corruption, match-fixing and other fraudulent types of sports betting. On the eve of the soccer World Cup in Brazil, we learned that at least five games for the preparation of previous World Cups had been manipulated. Often seen as just associated with wealthy teams and organized crime but does this influx risk jeopardizing the long-term existence of sport?

Un joueur de 16 ans du Titan d'Acadie-Bathurst est mort

RCQC | Radio-Canada.ca | Posted 10.12.2013 | Home

Un joueur du Titan d'Acadie-Bathurst est mort lundi, après s'être effondré sur la patinoire au camp d'entraînement de l'équipe. Jordan Boyd, 1...

The Turban Ban Doesn't Teach Kids to Play Fair

Danielle S. McLaughlin | Posted 08.13.2013 | Canada
Danielle S. McLaughlin

If we want our own children to learn to be courageous defenders of rights, we must first engage them in thinking critically about those rights. While adults may feel uncomfortable talking to children about the place of religion in society, we can still teach our children that people whose beliefs and practices differ from their own are deserving of respect and understanding.

Patinage de vitesse: Laurent Dubreuil réalise l'exploit

Radio-Canada.ca | Posted 03.03.2012 | Home

(Radio-Canada.ca) Laurent Dubreuil est le nouveau champion du monde junior sur 500 mètres. L'athlète de Lévis a confirmé samedi l'avance qu'il ...