Raimondo set to make soccer history for Canada

Eighteen young soccer players, including Burlington’s Lauren Raimondo, will be Canadian pioneers as the first ever members of Canada’s Women’s U-15 Team at the inaugural CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 Championship in the Cayman Islands.


Jonathan Merchan, 13, of the West Hamilton Mountain, is fitted by a coach specially trained for the task.  The HFA will be acquiring close to 400 helmets thanks in part to the two-year Trillium grant. (Photo: HFA)

State-of-the-art helmets ensure safety in Hamilton football

Minor footballers from across Hamilton are now equipped with state-of-the-art helmets as the fall Hamilton Football Association season looms a month and a half away.


Burlington's Brady Heslip playing for the NBBL earlier this summer.  (Photo: Robin Leworthy Wilson/Aerial Promotions)

Heslip paces men’s senior national basketball team

Canada’s Men’s National Team kept its winning ways going during its European basketball series with a victory over the Republic of Georgia in Rogaska Slatina, Slovenia, on Saturday.



Travis Cauley strikes it big with Team Canada

Hamilton’s Travis Cauley, at the Canadian Tenpin Federation Nationals, finished fourth after 30 games to earn a well- deserved inclusion on Team Canada.