B.C. legalizes single-game sports betting

Posted on 20 September 2021

There’s good news for sports fans in British Columbia as the legalization of single-game sports betting means they can now place bets on main events like Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Grey Cup and even the Super Bowl. The British Colombia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) has begun accepting bets on individual sports events including baseball games and Nascar, after Ottawa’s Safe and Regulate ...


CFL book now available on Amazon

Posted on 28 May 2021

Are you frustrated or mystified by the Canadian Football League's apparent inability to restart during the pandemic, despite evidence of how other professional leagues across North America have found a way? Do you find a contemplated merger between the CFL and the American-based XFL troubling? Are there alternatives to a partnership with the XFL that would lead to the veritable destruc ...


Hank Aaron dies after receiving COVID-19 vaccine

Posted on 24 January 2021

Robert F. Kennedy Jr writes on Twitter -

#HankAaron's tragic death is part of a wave of suspicious deaths among elderly closely following administration of #COVID #vaccines. He received the #Moderna vaccine on Jan. 5 to inspire other Black Americans to get the vaccine. #TheDefender

His sites article states the following:
Baseball legend Hank Aaron, who ...


Coronavirus: CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie could be making better use of time

Posted on 30 April 2020

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government and the Canadian Football League (CFL) is exploring financial support as a result of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Canadian Press reported that the CFL is seeking up to $150 million in federal assistance.
League commissioner Randy Ambrosie said the proposal involves $30 million now to manage the impact the novel c ...


Toronto Raptors: Coach Nurse praises young core for stepping-up after Kawhi

Posted on 24 April 2020

Raptors head coach, Nick Nurse, in a recent interview with TSN’s Kate Beirness credited the team's success without Kawhi Leonard, to his budding core and his ability to grab opportunities made available to the team. "Everybody's kinda taken a step forward and I think a lot of that has come about just because of opportunity," Nurse said, quoted on TSN. He further praised his team memb ...


Toronto Raptors’ Masai Ujiri reveals his continued great relationship with Kawhi

Posted on 24 April 2020

Anything is possible, right? So how do you feel about the possibility of Kawhi Leonard making his way back to the Toronto Raptors? Sounds crazy, yeah? But not impossible! Not after Raptors president Masai Ujiri revealed in a recent Twitter interview with TNT’s Ernie Johnson on the official NBA Twitter account,that he shares a much deeper relationship with Leonard than a lot of p ...


CFL moves start of season due to Coronavirus

Posted on 08 April 2020

CFL is moving the start of its season due to the coronavirus.
However, it is becoming questionable if the CFL will have a season at all with on-going developments.
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MLB considers empty ballpark season start in Arizona

Posted on 07 April 2020

The idea of beginning the Major League Baseball season in the Phoenix area in May without a crowd was discussed by the players’ association and the league on Monday. Following the postponement of the campaign which was announced by MLB on March 12th, the two parties are looking at possible solutions and the notion of putting all teams - including Canadian outfit Toronto Blue Jays - in Ariz ...


Coronavirus cancels Ottawa Race Weekend

Posted on 30 March 2020

Ian Fraser, Executive Director of Run Ottawa has just released the following statement that Tamarack's Ottawa Race Weekend has been cancelled as a result of COVID-19 -

"Over the past few weeks, the team at Run Ottawa has been consulting regularly with sponsors, partners, contractors, volunteer coordinators, city officials and public health agencies. Due to the ongoing restrictions resulting ...


Commissioner Randy Ambrosie floats idea for new CFL playoff format

Posted on 17 February 2020

CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie has a new idea for post-season seeding in the three-down league. Ambrosie shared the possibility during his first Randy’s Road Trip stop in Ottawa Saturday night. “Major League Baseball is thinking about changing its playoff format where more teams would be involved. Here’s an idea that’s been floated. The first-place teams in the East and West would ...