Peter Mansbridge, the chief correspondent for CBC News and anchor of The National, joins Dean Blundell & Co. to provide his assessment of the Toronto Maple Leafs hiring Mike Babcock as their head coach, to discuss preparing for his newscast during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and to talk about his participation in the 6th Annual
Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Phil Kessel, left, and Nazem Kadri, right, celebrate a goal while playing against the Buffalo Sabres during second period pre-season NHL hockey action in Toronto on Friday, Sept. 23, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette Congrats to two Maple Leafs prospects: Frederik Gauthier of Rimouski Oceanic and Dakota Joshua of the Sioux
Toronto Blue Jays great Joe Carter joins Dean Blundell & Co. to discuss a happy family occasion, and to promote his charitable event – the 6th Annual Joe Carter Classic, in which proceeds go to benefit the Children’s Aid Foundation.
Joe Carter’s annual charity event has raised $1.2 million to benefit the Children’s Aid Foundation  TORONTO, ON – The Joe Carter Classic charity golf tournament is excited to announceSnoop Dogg as its headline performer at this year’s golf tournament after-party held at the Shangri-La Hotel (188 University Ave). The invitation-only event for guests and celebrities of
Joe Carter, Charlie Sheen and Alan Thicke speak with 680New music reporter Rudy Blair on the red carpet at the Joe Carter Classic Golf Tournament on Thursday.
Toronto Star June 26th, 2014 Page: S7, Section: Feature Pages Jessica Wynne Lockhart Special to the Star “It’s hardly surprising that the idea for a charity golf tournament was hatched on a golf course. “In 2008, TD Bank Group vice-president James Dodds was playing a round of golf with Joe Carter in Nova Scotia when
Toronto Star June 26th, 2014 Page: S7, Section: Feature Pages Peter Robinson Special to the Star “Joe Carter hit only the second home run ever to end a World Series, but he’s still hitting them out of the park two decades later, albeit in a different fashion. “The Joe Carter Charity Classic, which raises money
Joe Carter, Former Toronto Blue Jay and Host of The Joe Carter Classic, joined Jeff Sammut at The Joe Carter Classic Media Event to discuss the event, the current Blue Jays team, and the chance of a Blue Jays alumni softball game.
Charlie Sheen, Alan Thicke, Joffrey Lupul and others raise money for Children’s Aid Foundation.        
Toronto, ON, June 23, 2014 – The Joe Carter Classic and the Children’s Aid Foundation today announced this year’s recipients of Joe Carter Scholarships: Anna Ho and Shameer Rahman. Both students are acknowledged for their outstanding academic achievement, community involvement and potential to succeed. Anna and Shameer will each receive a $5000 award towards post-secondary