OHL 2017-2018 Season Preview: Western Conference

Erie Otters Division: Midwest Coach: Chris Hartsburg (1st year) 2016-17 Record: (50-15- 3) – 2016-17 OHL Champions Key Additions: Emmett Sproule (C, OHL Priority Selection) Stephane Patry (C)– CHL Import Draft) Alex Gritz (C- trade with Sault St. Marie) Brendan Kischnick (D- OHL Priority Selection) Key Departures: Dylan Strome (C) (Arizona Coyotes) Anthony Cirelli (C)* (Tampa […]

OHL 2017-18 Season Preview: Eastern Conference

This could be a difficult year at times for the Colts. Growing pains with all the young talent could cause for some long nights, but also some very fun games to watch. They should improve on their results last season. There’s nowhere to go but up this year.

Streaming alive and well in high schools: report

Imagine being 13 years old, about to enter high school. Maybe math is not your forte, but you are a good writer, and an even better speaker. Or perhaps you are excellent quantitatively, but English is not your first language, and writing is a struggle. Now imagine taking an applied course in one of these […]

Senators edge Leafs as Marleau scores in exhibition debut

TORONTO – Erik Burgdoerfer scored the game winning goal at 10:31 of the third period as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 at the Air Canada Centre on Tuesday night. Burgdoerfer was sent in alone out of the penalty box with his initial shot turned aside by Frederik Andersen. However, Toronto’s Andreas […]

Centre Adam Brooks eyes roster spot with Toronto Marlies

One way to draw the attention of any employer is through hard work. That’s the approach Adam Brooks took Sunday morning, as the centre represented one of only two prospects to show up for an optional skate session at Ricoh Coliseum. Though the Winnipeg, Man., native has missed some time this weekend after a seemingly […]

Kairos Kitchi Blanket Exercise honours Indigenous community

As dozens of blankets were laid out at East Lynn Park, participants and witnesses slowly gathered to watch the Kairos Kitchi Blanket Exercise take place.

The event came just in time to mark the 10-year anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People.

‘You don’t have to be a basketball player or a rapper or a drug dealer to take care of your family’: Jayscale

Jamal Burger, better known as Jayscale, is most famous for his captivating cityscape photographs from the tops of Toronto’s high rises. Now a few years removed from school and with his career flourishing, Burger plans to use his talents to uplift the next generation of young people, including those in the public housing complex where he grew up.

TTC pub crawl: unknown, but fun

TTC pub crawl — the concept is simple. There are bars, pubs and taverns close to every subway station along the TTC lines making it easy for commuters to hop off, grab a beer and jump back on the subway over to the next station where they can check out other watering holes and neighbourhoods. The trouble is that most people don’t know it exists.