The Ottawa Senators say one of their athletes has mild symptoms.
Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk says he was the target.
One scene about "Newfies" did not go over well with some viewers.
About seven out of every 1,000 births in Canada are a stillbirth.
They announced the pregnancy in November.
Winnipeg police said two former Ottawa Senators gave him money to invest.
Keep it legal, everyone!
Canadian hockey fans are salivating at the possibility of an all-Canadian match-up in this year's Stanley Cup final. That's a lovely thought which should warm the heart of any true Canadian. And here's why it isn't going to happen.
In the fall of 2015, my colleagues were puzzled when I announced that I was leaving my publishing gig in Toronto for a non-profit in our nation's capital. But they were not perplexed by the notion that I was changing jobs. They were skeptical of my desire to live in Ottawa.
Call me old-fashioned, but I like my baseball stadiums named after the team that plays there or, at the very least, the owner or former owner of the team. Today a stadium name isn't just a name; it's a cash cow that team owners regularly milk to enhance the bottom line. No longer can you tell from a stadium's name which team claims it as their home field. (I'm looking at you, Ottawa Senators.)