The EYSC was created to bring the East York community together and has now become one of the city’s largest clubs.
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Young and upcoming basketball players in East York are determined to destroy stereotypes that Canadians can’t hold their own.
Leaside Sports Hall of Fame recognizes Leaside Tennis Club founder Matt Sayliss posthumously. Sayliss gathered three of his neighbours, bought a tennis net, some limestone and marked the layout for two tennis courts. That was the seed that grew into what is now the Leaside Tennis Club.
Coach Jason Kuuter was skeptical how far Secord Elementary School’s touch football team could go when the season began in mid-October. “I knew that they were talented and that they would be competitive,” he said. “But I could not have predicted this win.”
Did you catch the Canadian Women’s National Soccer Team’s 7-0 win over Panama on October 14? The one that guaranteed them qualification to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup?
Traders, buyers and sellers at the latest Toronto Card Show got a bonus: grabbing a pint along with some rare sports cards.
Coming out to her friends, family and fans was a difficult process for 28-year-old Jessica Platt, as transgender was never a label she went by.
With Toronto FC easing through the CONCACAF Champions League, it’s easy to forget how far the club, and MLS competition, has come in recent years.
An all-female amateur boxing event served as an introduction into the world of boxing while raising money to fight Parkinson’s disease.
As one hockey league begins the long journey to the Stanley Cup, another has already handed one out.