Canadian Olympic bobsleigh champion Alexander Kopacz said he had "never felt so close to my own death before" as he battles with COVID-19 in hospital.
Québec City could enter the race to host the 2030 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games after a group of local business people unveiled plans to bring the event to the province.
The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) is set to hold a two-day virtual event aimed at attracting more female Para athletes.
Former world champion and Olympic medallist Eric Radford has come out of retirement to form a new figure skating partnership with Vanessa James.
The Government of Canada has announced a major investment in sport which is expected to play an important role in helping the sporting community recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Canada's latest selection camp for their home International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Women's World Championship is underway in Halifax, one of two host cities for the event.
Cara Button has been named senior manager of Game Plan, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC)-backed athlete well-being programme.
U SPORTS has created a new set of awards to recognise individuals who have become "leaders in their communities".
Playoff matches at the World Men's Curling Championship have been suspended after organisers identified four positive COVID-19 cases in the tournament bubble in Calgary.
Holders Sweden beat Canada to become the first team to qualify for the playoffs at the World Men's Curling Championship in Calgary.
Defending champions Sweden, hosts Canada, the Russian Curling Federation (RCF) and Scotland are tied for second place at the World Men's Curling Championship after the fifth day of play in Calgary.
Defending champions Sweden claimed two important wins on day four of the World Men's Curling Championship, bouncing back from a difficult start to the competition at the Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary.
Hosts Canada were one of four teams to end day one of the World Men's Curling Championship with a 2-0 record, after victories over Scotland and Japan at WinSport Arena in Calgary.
The game schedule has been released for the 2021 International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship, scheduled to be held in Nova Scotia in Canada from May 6 to 16.
The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) has selected nine sailors and two sport climbers to compete at this year's postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.