Former speed skater Catriona Le May Doan has been named as Canada's Chef de Mission for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) has become the first-ever National Olympic Committee (NOC) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the International Olympic Academy Participants Association (IOAPA).
Canada caused a huge shock at the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) World Cup of Darts, dumping fourth seeds Northern Ireland out in round one.
Canada will not take part in international football matches this month due to the ongoing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada's Chef de Mission Marnie McBean has voiced her optimism for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo despite there being "a lot of unknown".
Para-swimmer Danielle Kisser and longtime Paralympic coach Jean Laroche were among those honoured at the Canadian Sport Awards.
The trial of a former Taekwondo Canada coach facing 15 counts of sexual assault against two teenage students has begun in Toronto.
U SPORTS has confirmed there will be no Canadian university winter national championships in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hamilton Bid Committee is "hopeful and optimistic" that staging the Commonwealth Games in 2026 remains a possibility, despite the office of the Ontario Premier encouraging the organisation to instead pursue hosting the event at a later date.
Britain and Canada have imposed travel bans and asset freezes on Belarusian President and head of the country's National Olympic Committee Alexander Lukashenko.
The United States and Canada are set to meet in the group stage of the 2021 Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Gold Cup.
Kee Ha has been elected the new President of Taekwondo Canada at the organisation's Annual General Meeting (AGM).
A study commissioned by the Hamilton 2026 Bid Committee says that staging the Games would contribute between CAD300 million (£176 million/$224 million/€193 million) and CAD374 million (£219 million/$279 million/€240 million) to the city's gross domestic product.
Canadian Olympic Committee Athletes’ Commission seeks Rule 50 clarity and "protected spaces" for demonstrations
Clarity on what the International Olympic Committee (IOC) deems a "demonstration" and the establishment of an area where athletes can protest are among seven recommendations the Canadian Olympic Committee Athletes’ Commission (COC AC) has published in relation to the controversial Rule 50.
Two more sporting organisations, Canada Soccer and the Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU), have become members of the Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC).