The Greatest Transfer Window Ever

Ikem Nnadi ’24 Contributor Coming off a year plagued by uncertainty, disease, and unrest, the last nine months have been a long ‘rebuilding’ phase with no end in sight. This has been quite evident in the world of soccer. The game’s biggest clubs strengthened and re-formed, while smaller teams pulled off steals to recruit much... Continue Reading →

Canada’s Historic Gold Medal

Caleb Pereira ’23 Sports Editor Eight years in the making, the Tokyo 2021 Summer Olympics brought excitement to billions of fans across the world. For Canada, it was a tournament to remember as they collected 24 medals. Arguably, their most impressive medal came from Women’s Soccer as they won Gold for the first time. This... Continue Reading →

Preview of the 2021-22 NBA Season

Manny Bezabeh  ’22 Contributor Across the league, the NBA has been significantly altered by trades and free agent signings during the off-season. With big names such as DeMar DeRozan, Russell Westbrook, and Kyle Lowry all on new teams, many questions are triggered. Will the Los Angeles Lakers redeem themselves after their embarrassing playoffs last year? Will... Continue Reading →

The Death of The Devil’s Dip

Patrick McManus ’22Contributor Wilderness bike trails have been growing in popularity in Winnipeg. These trails span many kilometres around the city, often along rivers and roads. One of the largest trails in Winnipeg is along Wellington Crescent. Colloquially known as “The Devil’s Dip,” this trail consists of many sharp corners and tall jumps around the... Continue Reading →

A Word with Kelsey Wog

Siwon Jengsuksavat ’23 and Ilia Mehr Bakhsh ’22 Contributor and Deputy Editor Born in Regina and raised in Winnipeg, Kelsey Wog is a member of the Canadian Olympic Swimming Team. Kelsey’s experiences as a young Olympian may be beneficial to St. Paul’s athletes who wish to dedicate their time and efforts to a specific sport.... Continue Reading →

Toronto Raptors: Starting From the Bottom

Kieran Light ’21 Contributor After the Indiana Pacers took down the Cleveland Cavaliers on May 10, 2021, the Toronto Raptors were eliminated from playoff contention for the first time since 2013, thus ending Toronto’s 8-year playoff streak. This was the longest streak across the association. In that time span, it is no question that the... Continue Reading →

European Soccer Championship

Caleb Pereira ’23 Contributor Excitement, suspense, and upsets. This summer, the European Soccer Championship will include these all. It’s one of soccer’s most prestigious tournaments five years in the making since the last time in 2016. 24 of Europe’s top international teams face off in a group stage and a knockout stage until one team... Continue Reading →

Riley’s MMA Year in Review

Riley Wilcosh ’22   Contributor It’s been a crazy year. Sports have been feverishly trying to start up again, yet many failed to. Luckily for me, MMA was the first sport to go back to full events. For hardcore and casual fans alike, this year has been fantastic for MMA. So to wrap up this... Continue Reading →

The Journey of Fred Sasakamoose

Max Olson ’22 Contributor For Indigenous people, the story of a residential school survivor playing in the NHL is inspirational. For non-Indigenous people, it is a reminder of this dark chapter in Canadian history. Many people go through hardships in life, but it's what you do with that hardship that defines you. Fred Sasakamoose is... Continue Reading →

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