Sports

Maximum fine slapped on B.C. Lion

Micah Awe was fined by the CFL on Wednesday for his hits on two Calgary Stampeders.

  • Sep 20th, 2017

Boxer Jake LaMotta dies at 95

The legend inspired the 1980 film Raging Bull, starring Robert de Niro

Vancouver Canucks set to play L.A. Kings twice in China

Centre Bo Horvat: ‘It’s going to be fun. Hopefully we can put on a good show.’

VIDEO: Hockey player steps on his toes for ballet studio opening

Former Hab Georges Laraque even put on a tutu for the occasion

Sedins remain committed to Vancouver Canucks’ rebuild

Gone are the days of dominance where the Sedins consistently put up big numbers

BC Lions Travis Lulay to miss rest of CFL season

Quarterback is off with a right knee injury

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          Lions quarterback Travis Lulay suffers suspected torn ACL against Alouettes

          Lulay was tackled on a six-yard run by Montreal’s Branden Dozier on Friday night.

          Comets GM pumped about Canucks prospects

          Comets GM Ryan Johnson talks about Canucks prospects that will impress at Young Stars Classic

          B.C. hall-of-fame basketball coach ‘fired’

          Rich Goulet not happy about the way he has been asked to leave.

          Canada’s Denis Shapovalov advances after upset win at U.S. Open

          The 18-year-old moves into the third round after beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France

          Mayweather dominates McGregor in late rounds to go 50-0

          It was a smashing end to a career that earned Mayweather more money than any fighter before him

          Team Canada ends world series with 2-2 record

          Following earlier victories, White Rock’s All-Stars defeated by Japan (10-0) and Mexico (6-2)

          Minnesota and Texas A&M to headline basketball showcase

          Vancouver to host men’s and women’s U.S. college basketball tournament at convention centre.

          • Aug 16th, 2017

          7 Canadian cities shortlisted for the 2026 World Cup

          Nine stadiums in seven Canadian cities shortlisted by joint North American World Cup bid.