After her headliner set at the Windsor Comedy Festival, we had some laughs with talented comedian and actress Jen Kober in our Flash Five segment.
When the Toronto Blue Jays were assembling their team prior to their opening season, their biggest game changing hire was for their front office, not a player suiting up on the field. In March 1976, … [Read More]
For one Scarborough native, being able to achieve his professional dream in his hometown and for his country has him feeling more than ‘alive and kicking.’ Toronto’s own, Dwayne De Rosario feels very blessed to … [Read More]
Coming across the airwaves with his friendly and inviting voice, a long time Toronto Blue Jays announcer won over baseball fans across North America. All with a simple catch phrase “Hello, Friends!” Jerry Howarth was … [Read More]
A trailblazer and a pioneer for women’s hockey across Canada are just some of the compliments that have been praised upon Angela James. For the Flemingdon Park native, she has been recognized by her … [Read More]
Besides drawing up successful plays to run coming out of the huddle, this legendary basketball coach made sure his players had a blueprint to win off the court, in day to day life first and … [Read More]
The Islanders would go on to win an NHL-record 19 consecutive playoff series, an achievement Potvin believes will never be duplicated. The 1983 team was perhaps the most storied of them all, outscoring four playoff … [Read More]
Considered a pioneer of the Special Olympics movement, Dr. Frank Hayden’s rigourous research efforts resulted in a fundamental change to the sports landscape in Canada and around the world. Dr. Frank Hayden, born in Windsor … [Read More]
Riding the waves coming his way on the water and while serving as an executive on various committees, he has navigated through different challenges coming his way. Paul Henderson grew up sailing in the Toronto … [Read More]
Typically hockey players are known as kind people off the ice, but not always when they lace up their skates and get ready to compete. For the Toronto Maple Leafs, Joe Primeau held the moniker … [Read More]
From endless hours of practice, an undeniable chemistry and amazing skill on ice, the combination of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir has captivated audiences across the world for over 20 years. Virtue and Moir began … [Read More]
This year’s Ontario’s Sports Hall of Fame induction gala celebrated sports excellence and the organization’s 25th anniversary. The event took place on October 21, 2019 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.