I've seen NBA league pass and NHL Center Ice carry Canadian Feeds from TSN and Sportsnet at times. Since the NBA actually handles distribution rights of the games for League Pass even the 76ers feed has been available in some cases, but not to local viewers in the territory.
TSN, TSN2, Rogers Sportsnet, and Sportsnet One. NBA TV Canada airs pre-game programming and encore presentations of Raptors games ("Raptors Game in An Hour").
As for Blue Jays and Raptors, I wouldn't call their TV deal as an RSN, since they're currently the only teams in Canada their games are available nationwide in Canada. In many cases for the Raptors and Blue Jays either all the regional Sportsnet stations will carry the game live or if there's a conflict because of a local NHL game, who's rights are regional in Canada, the NHL game will be shown locally and the national game will air on Sportsnet One in the region.
The NHL is even more complicated, the Leafs have their own network, and up until recently before the launch of the Sportsnet One feed many other teams had games on PPV when they weren't on Sportsnet.