Injuries sustained after being ‘violently’ struck by Calgary Flames defenceman Dennis Wideman forced Don Henderson to stop working
Apr 20, 2017
Hall of Famer went on to a second career in Georgia where he coached, refereed and taught autistic students for more than 20 years
Apr 19, 2017
The former boxer and 1984 Olympic silver medalist Willie deWit discusses his career
Apr 07, 2017
Anderson held down many roles in life, but is especially remembered for his time playing for the Calgary Stampeders
Mar 17, 2017
At 47, Dail Croome walked away from a career in the oil and gas sector to chase a dream alongside his two sons
Mar 10, 2017
Researchers found that concussion rates dropped after Hockey Canada disallowed body checking at minor hockey’s pee-wee level
Mar 10, 2017
CTE, which leads to the degeneration of brain cells, was found in a patient who had been suffering with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and motor neuron disease (MND) for seven years
Mar 02, 2017
The Philadelphia-born football pro was proud of his Canadian career, after facing obstacles in the United States because of his race
Feb 23, 2017
The proposal aims to assist the one in 10 residents dealing with poverty – defined as someone who earns ‘less than what they need to meet the necessities of life’
Feb 17, 2017
Bill Goldthorpe, the inspiration for Slap Shot’s Ogie Ogilthorpe speaks with The Globe about grave digging, the Thunder Bay jail and taking on Bobby Hull
Feb 07, 2017
Allan Maki is a national news reporter and sports writer based in Calgary. He joined the Globe and Mail in 1997 with an extensive sports background having covered Stanley Cup finals, the Grey Cup, Summer and Winter Olympics, the 1980 Miracle on Ice, the 1989 Super Bowl riot and the 1989 earthquake World Series.
As a news reporter, Maki has written about Calgary’s flooding, the political misfortunes of former Alberta premier Alison Redford and how climate change in the Arctic is helping to shrink polar bears.
Maki is a four-time National Newspaper Award finalist in three different categories.
He was named 2001 Sportswriter of the Year by Sports Media Canada. He has appeared on dozens of television and radio shows, authored Pro Football's Greatest Stars and is a member of the Football Reporters of Canada Hall of Fame.