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Andy Prest: Canadian women thrive at the oddest of Olympic Games

Andy Prest: Canadian women thrive at the oddest of Olympic Games

Letā€™s take a look back at some of the biggest stories of Tokyo 2020, brought to you in the summer of 2021
The Canucks 2021-22 Prospect Pyramid

The Canucks 2021-22 Prospect Pyramid

Ranking the Canucks' prospect pool using the greatest building style ever devised: the pyramid.
North Shore Indians play 'electrifying' last box lacrosse game at Harry Jerome rec centre

North Shore Indians play 'electrifying' last box lacrosse game at Harry Jerome rec centre

A sell-out crowd turned up for the North Shore Indians' last game at Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre arena Tuesday night, with the old centre destined to be demolished. šŸ„
North Vancouver Paralympian pushing to help others get active

North Vancouver Paralympian pushing to help others get active

Wheelchair basketball player Tara Llanes honoured for her work advocating for adaptive sports
Squamish hockey player signs to Abbotsford Canucks

Squamish hockey player signs to Abbotsford Canucks

Jarid Lukosevicius is moving back to B.C. after playing with Detroit Red Wings affiliate team.
ā€˜It was unbelievableā€™: Coquitlam soccer coach basks in glow of Olympic gold

ā€˜It was unbelievableā€™: Coquitlam soccer coach basks in glow of Olympic gold

A Coquitlam soccer coach has just returned from his stint assisting Canada's national women's team win a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
West Van's Susan Clarke wins remarkable fifth straight World CrossFit Games

West Van's Susan Clarke wins remarkable fifth straight World CrossFit Games

62-year-old has finished first every time she's competed in the global fitness competition
Capilano Blues head coach scores Olympic gold as an assistant with women's national team

Capilano Blues head coach scores Olympic gold as an assistant with women's national team

Adam Day had a front-row seat for Canada's historic win over Sweden in Tokyo
Squamish Nation drum beats loudly for Team Canada at Tokyo Olympics

Squamish Nation drum beats loudly for Team Canada at Tokyo Olympics

Team Canadaā€™s Chef de Mission celebrates athletes with a 'heartbeat' meant to unite the country
Boulders Gym has strong representation as climbing makes Olympic debut

Boulders Gym has strong representation as climbing makes Olympic debut

Canada's first two Olympic sport climbing athletes are representing a vibrant B.C. climbing community in Tokyo this summer