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In July, Softball City will host the sport's largest women's tournament in the world – with 30 teams, over 2,000 athletes playing 500 games.
The BC Lions cleaned out their lockers on Monday, and two of their stars are likely to depart as free agents this winter.
Over 100 people are reportedly dead, after a series of explosions and shootings were carried out in Paris on Friday night.
VIDEO: The Liberal Party leader and incoming Prime Minister delivered his victory speech from Montreal on Monday night.
Results: Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have won a majority government, and are projected to win over 180 seats.
Robb Lucy, an ex-journalist and production company owner, is encouraging readers and his audience to write their own eulogy...
The province's anti-gang squad reviews the new film, which focuses on and dresses up Vancouver's criminal world.
The retail chain's three-floor store – its B.C. flagship – takes over Eaton's old space downtown, across from Robson Square.
The Lower Mainland is divided into camps supporting the Liberals, NDP, and Conservatives, according to an Ipsos Reid poll.
Editor Keith Morgan takes the M6 for a cruise through Primrose Hill, one of London's several most lavish neighbourhoods.
Vancouver inked their new 2nd-line center to a 5-year deal on Tuesday... Jake Virtanen scored two goals in a summer showdown with the Czechs
PHOTOS: A beached whale was rescued in Hartley Bay, B.C., after being trapped on a rock at low tide for more than 6 hours
The annual cross-Canadian ball hockey tour has already raised over 1 million pounds of donated food.
The Americans played to a Star Spangled 53,000 at BC Place on Sunday, and roared out to a 4-0 lead after just 16 minutes.
Vancouver has now traded Kassian, Bieksa, and Lack out of town since last week's Draft; The Canucks also signed Matt Bartkowski on July 1
Vancouver receives Anaheim's 2nd Round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft, in exchange for the Canucks' longtime defensive captain.
A new poll of British Columbians has the Park and surfer's paradise one-two atop the province's travel destinations.
The Vancouver Canucks finally traded a goaltender, but Calgary, Edmonton, and L.A. got a whole lot better at the NHL Draft.
No surprise at the top of Friday's first round, with McDavid, Eichel and Strome going 1-2-3. But several big names tumble in 2015 NHL Draft.
Highlights of Chicago's third Stanley Cup in 6 years: Kane, Keith scored to win Stanley Cup at home, Crawford stones Stamkos