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VanOpen courting Burnaby to host pro tennis tournament this summer

VanOpen courting Burnaby to host pro tennis tournament this summer

Burnaby is the only suitable venue for Odlum Brown VanOpen, which has hosted talent like Bianca Andreescu and Eugenie Bouchard, but councillors aren't sure about displacing public tennis courts during “primetime” summer season.
District expands scope of $9.5M track and field replacement at West Vancouver Secondary

District expands scope of $9.5M track and field replacement at West Vancouver Secondary

First envisioned in 2014, construction of the new facility is being pushed back at least another year
North Van Wolf Pack ready to celebrate 15 years by honouring alumni

North Van Wolf Pack ready to celebrate 15 years by honouring alumni

The team is set to unveil a board listing every single player and staff member in their history at a game Jan. 28 at Harry Jerome Arena
Nominations are open again (finally) for the North Shore Sport Awards

Nominations are open again (finally) for the North Shore Sport Awards

Here's your chance to nominate an athlete or team following years of pandemic cancellations and uncertainty
'Winter's back': North Shore mountains report more than 50 cm of fresh snow

'Winter's back': North Shore mountains report more than 50 cm of fresh snow

A couple bluebird days are in this week’s forecast ⛷️☀️
West Vancouver athlete sets 10 world records in 2022 – at age 85

West Vancouver athlete sets 10 world records in 2022 – at age 85

Christa Bortignon claims masters athlete of the year honours after rewriting the record books in her first season competing in the women’s 85+ age category
Nordic world championships on its way to Sea to Sky Corridor

Nordic world championships on its way to Sea to Sky Corridor

The FIS Nordic Junior/U23 World Ski Championships will be at Whistler Olympic Park from Jan. 27 to Feb. 5.
Legendary Capilano Blues soccer coach Doug Abercrombie has died

Legendary Capilano Blues soccer coach Doug Abercrombie has died

The Burnaby resident coached the Blues women to five national titles during a dominant seven-year stretch
Canadian phenom Connor Bedard etches name into WJC history books with scoring output

Canadian phenom Connor Bedard etches name into WJC history books with scoring output

Canadian phenom Connor Bedard strung together the best scoring performance at a world junior hockey championship in 30 years, leading his country to its 20th gold medal on Thursday.
Connor Bedard named MVP as Canada wins gold at world juniors

Connor Bedard named MVP as Canada wins gold at world juniors

The North Vancouver native claims back-to-back golds with Canada while becoming the country's career leader in points and goals at the tournament
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