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Former NHL player Garry Valk starts petition asking B.C. government to allow junior hockey to resume

Former NHL player Garry Valk starts petition asking B.C. government to allow junior hockey to resume

Now a hockey dad, the North Vancouver resident says B.C.'s elite junior players are falling behind due to coronavirus restrictions
What is the future of the Squamish Spit?

What is the future of the Squamish Spit?

Since 2017, conservationists have worked toward removing part of the berm to aid salmon survival, but windsports enthusiasts are outraged the latest plan doesn’t include land access for them.
North Vancouver's Jake Ruby signs pro soccer contract with HFX Wanderers FC

North Vancouver's Jake Ruby signs pro soccer contract with HFX Wanderers FC

21-year-old fullback helped Wanderers make CPL final last year as a university player
The new Harry Jerome Oval will tell a powerful story in West Vancouver

The new Harry Jerome Oval will tell a powerful story in West Vancouver

New name for renovated sports facility the latest chapter in an important North Shore story about race and recognition
West Van swimming legend 'Mighty Mouse' shares message for aspiring Olympians during challenging year

West Van swimming legend 'Mighty Mouse' shares message for aspiring Olympians during challenging year

'You are far more than a swimmer, or a track star, or an athlete' is Elaine Tanner's message to Canadians training for the Games
Warning issued about COVID-19 exposures at Burnaby ice rink

Warning issued about COVID-19 exposures at Burnaby ice rink

Fraser Health issues warning letter about the Burnaby Winter Club
West Van Minor Hockey offering intro program for kids with autism

West Van Minor Hockey offering intro program for kids with autism

Older players in the association will receive training for volunteer coaching roles
Vancouver Canadians named Toronto Blue Jays' High-A affiliate for the next decade

Vancouver Canadians named Toronto Blue Jays' High-A affiliate for the next decade

The organization will see both salaries and the number of regular season games increase after signing a 10-year Professional Development League agreement with the Canadian MLB team.
Squamish woman breaks new ground in passing guiding exam

Squamish woman breaks new ground in passing guiding exam

Christine Feleki is the first female to achieve her Association of Canadian Mountain Guides ski guiding certification on a splitboard.
Vancouver's TSN 1040 goes off the air, format change coming

Vancouver's TSN 1040 goes off the air, format change coming

TSN 1040 is no more.