Selina Soule is fighting for justice for women in sports
Title IX passed in 1972. The purpose of the bill was to encourage girls like Selina Soule to participate in sports with equal resources and opportunities as those offered to male athletes, who at the time were considerably advantaged. The words “gender identity” were not included in the bill.
Toronto Raptors win Canada’s first ever NBA Championship
The Raptors have won in 6ix.
Indigenous coach from Alberta leads team to Stanley Cup
In a stunning four to one victory, the Saint Louis Blues have won the Stanley Cup.
Elite young athletes are shunning colleges and turning pro
The benefits of competition means that these players have alternative options. They can ply their trade, improve their skills, gain notoriety, and increase their marketability all while earning professional level salaries.
The Meaning of Kawhi Leonard’s Shot
The drama of the shot is matched by our potential to make our own meaning from it. Kids will be miming that shot in their driveways for years to come. People will talk about “The Shot” and we’ll know exactly what that means.
Fans sing praises as King Kawhi rallies Raptors to Finals
In a historic moment for Torontonian and Canadian pride, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh also joined in on the parade of national pride.
The Philadelphia Flyers and New York Yankees choose virtue signalling over history
Perhaps most troubling in this episode is the preemptive erasure of the past in order to mollify expected outrage.
Survey: almost 80% of Canadians oppose further gun control
According to the Globe and Mail, the Trudeau government’s plan to take away your guns has run into one major roadblock. The Canadian people don’t want any more gun restrictions.