Sports

Providing athletic opportunities for First Nations’ youth

Many aspiring athletes don’t have access to the simple necessities of sport

Leafs centre John Tavares ahead of Game 7: ‘We don’t want this thing to end’

Toronto will take on the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal Tuesday

Maple Leafs a win away from reaching second round for first time since 2004

Jake Muzzin’s message to his teammates ahead of Game 6 against Boston was simple: don’t be tentative

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WTFBC Championships
Paragliders cruise over Shames Mountain
Terrace Basketball Committee secures NBA-style portable hardwood court
Patriots fans celebrate sixth Super Bowl win

Terrace hosts Taekwondo provincials for first time

Athletes from across B.C. competed at the Sportsplex

Prince George sweeps to first-ever BC Hockey League crown

Spruce Kings beat Vernon Vipers 3-1 in the Okanagan Wednesday for 13th straight playoff win

Vancouver veteran CFL official Dave Hawkshaw receiving officiating position with NFL

NFL announced that Hawkshaw was one of six new officials hired for the 2019 season

Prince George on verge of first BC Hockey League title

Spruce Kings defeat Vernon Vipers 4-3 n OT; lead Fred Page Cup championship 3-0

New deal with Seahawks makes Wilson highest-paid NFL player

He has the highest yearly average salary at $35 million per season

Prince George rolling in BCHL final

Spruce Kings win 11th straight playoff game, 3-1 over Vernon; take 2-0 Fred Page Cup final lead

Masters Day 2: Crowded at the top, Tiger lurks

Host of big names on leaderboard after 36 holes

Prowling Tiger: Woods in the hunt after opening Masters with a 70

Koepka, DeChambeau lead at 66; Canadian Conners in at 2-under

Finland upsets Canada 4-2, will play for women’s world hockey championship gold

Canada had beat Finland 6-1 to cap the group stage of this year’s tournament Tuesday

Fire ties Whitecaps 1-1 on Nikolic’s late penalty kick

Yordy Reyna scored for Vancouver in the 53rd minute.

McGill drops Redmen name, citing pain caused to Indigenous students

‘Today, “Redmen” is widely acknowledged as an offensive term for Indigenous peoples’