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Skeleton racer Jane Channell redefines glory during challenging Olympic season

Skeleton racer Jane Channell redefines glory during challenging Olympic season

Olympians fighting an 'invisible battle' with COVID-19 while trying to train and compete, North Vancouver racer says
Canucks hire former Devils analyst Rachel Doerrie in analytics role

Canucks hire former Devils analyst Rachel Doerrie in analytics role

The Vancouver Canucks made a key addition to their analytics department.
Whistler's Simon d’Artois looks to cap off Olympic career with gold medal

Whistler's Simon d’Artois looks to cap off Olympic career with gold medal

Local halfpipe hero taking the highs with the lows en route to his second Olympic appearance next month
West Vancouver sports facility finally hits its fundraising goal

West Vancouver sports facility finally hits its fundraising goal

Sports-mad West Van family makes large donation to help get fundraising drive over the finish line
How climate change could threaten the Winter Olympics

How climate change could threaten the Winter Olympics

Under a high-emission scenario, only one of the previous 21 Winter Olympic host cities will be able to offer a safe and reliable games by the 2080s
Canucks' Lunar New Year jersey is about inclusion, says designer

Canucks' Lunar New Year jersey is about inclusion, says designer

The Vancouver Canucks unveiled a new jersey designed to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year.
Rowing academy dips its oars again in North Vancouver School District

Rowing academy dips its oars again in North Vancouver School District

Academy based at North Van’s Seycove Secondary will relaunch this year with Deep Cove Rowing
Public support runs high for sidelining violence in hockey, poll finds

Public support runs high for sidelining violence in hockey, poll finds

Bans on fighting, head shots in pro hockey have approval of majority of Canadians, survey finds.
Work preparations for Squamish Spit removal soon to come

Work preparations for Squamish Spit removal soon to come

The preparations will be underway sometime this month, says Squamish River Watershed Society.
Unusually cold conditions make Squamish an ice-climbing haven

Unusually cold conditions make Squamish an ice-climbing haven

New and rarely repeated routes ascended by climbers as a result of arctic outflow.