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AT THE TURN: Need to give a golf gift but don’t get the game? Help is here

AT THE TURN: Need to give a golf gift but don’t get the game? Help is here

Buying a gift for a golfer can be a stressful ordeal to the point that people won’t bother

The Saanich Braves pee wee C3 team is headed to Ottawa to play on the outdoor rink. Team photo

Saanich Braves pee wee team headed to Ottawa’s hockey on the hill

A Saanich Braves pee wee team are taking their “show on the…

The next B.C. Winter Games are set for 2018 in Kamloops, followed by the summer games later that year in the Cowichan Valley.

New sports fund to relieve young athletes from training, competing costs

BC Games Society announces new money Fund for athletes and coaches

Whitecaps hope the elements are in their favour against Tigres in Champs League

Whitecaps hope the elements are in their favour against Tigres in Champs League

Retractable roof at B.C. Place Stadium will remain open in hopes of giving the home side a chilly advantage.

Whitecaps hope the elements are in their favour against Tigres in Champs League
VIDEO: NHL stars weigh in on league not going to 2018 Olympics in South Korea

VIDEO: NHL stars weigh in on league not going to 2018 Olympics in South Korea

The hockey league wanted to close the matter before the playoffs, which begin April 13.

VIDEO: NHL stars weigh in on league not going to 2018 Olympics in South Korea
NHL 100: From helmets to power plays, hockey has come a long way in 100 years

NHL 100: From helmets to power plays, hockey has come a long way in 100 years

Canada's favourite sport sport has had its share of innovations.

NHL 100: From helmets to power plays, hockey has come a long way in 100 years
ROCK THE BID co-chairs Charlie Cohoe (left) and Kim Kirkham promote their bid to help Penticton get the chance to host the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Major curling announcement being made in Penticton

Curling Canada will be in Penticton to make an announcement on a major event.

  • Oct 25, 2016
ROCK THE BID co-chairs Charlie Cohoe (left) and Kim Kirkham promote their bid to help Penticton get the chance to host the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
CANADA SKIP JENNIFER Jones in the semifinal game at the 2016 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian Womens Curling Championships, in Grande Praire, Alta. A host committee is planning to put in bid to win the right to bring the event to Penticton in 2018.

Penticton aims to bring the Scotties Tournament of Hearts

A group of volunteers are teaming up to bring one of Canada's premier curling events to the Peach City

CANADA SKIP JENNIFER Jones in the semifinal game at the 2016 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian Womens Curling Championships, in Grande Praire, Alta. A host committee is planning to put in bid to win the right to bring the event to Penticton in 2018.
LUCKY FANS — Carla Seddon, left, of Global Spectrum, and Don Kendall, publisher of the Penticton Western News, presented Vancouver Canucks Young Stars Classic winners with their prizes, which included a ticket package to the tournament, flight, accommodations and a meal. Next to Seddon is Vancouver's Bonnie Lam, Nanaimo's Anita Wilson to the right of Kendall and Trail's Teresa DeBiasio.

Canucks Young Stars contest winners

Canucks Young Stars winners score game tickets and memorabilia

  • Sep 13, 2014
LUCKY FANS — Carla Seddon, left, of Global Spectrum, and Don Kendall, publisher of the Penticton Western News, presented Vancouver Canucks Young Stars Classic winners with their prizes, which included a ticket package to the tournament, flight, accommodations and a meal. Next to Seddon is Vancouver's Bonnie Lam, Nanaimo's Anita Wilson to the right of Kendall and Trail's Teresa DeBiasio.
Mission Raceway is hosting the Lordco NHRA Nationals this weekend.

NHRA drag racing Nationals this weekend at Mission Raceway

The Lordco Auto Parts B.C. Nationals takes over Mission Raceway Park Sept. 5-7.

Mission Raceway is hosting the Lordco NHRA Nationals this weekend.
The Langley All-Stars, a team of 11, 12 and 13-year-olds will be heading to Uganda in January on a goodwill mission through the not-for-profit group Right To Play.

Trip a chance to leave ‘footprint’

Work underway to send Langley All-Stars to Uganda in January

The Langley All-Stars, a team of 11, 12 and 13-year-olds will be heading to Uganda in January on a goodwill mission through the not-for-profit group Right To Play.