Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre in Brantford will be junior B hockey central next month.
A man who as a minor league coach is credited with playing a “major role” in the development of players who went on to become Stanley Cup champions is coming home to Canada.
St. Catharines’ athlete of the year for 2016 continues building a strong case to end 2017 as Canada’s long-distance runner of the year.
Playoffs were needed at the latest stop on this year’s Niagara District Junior Golf Tour before a winner could be declared in two divisions.
Fort Erie was the biggest winner on the weekend when the Niagara Regional Minor Football Association crowned overall and consolation championships.
Dave Bailey remains on track to defend points championships at three speedways on the area racing circuit.
The Niagara Metros are nearing the end of their regular season armed and ready to strike down the opposition in the Central Ontario Baseball Association (COBA) Major Playoff tournament Aug. 18-20.
Sunday’s final day of the 135th Royal Canadian Henley Regatta started on a winning note for the two crews that use Martindale Pond as their home course.
A total of 140 clubs competed at the 135th Royal Canadian Henley Regatta, and not one of them made a bigger splash during race week than the St. Catharines Rowing Club.