Sports

Chuckwagon driver fined, disqualified after third horse dies at Calgary Stampede

Officials said Chad Harden’s actions caused another driver to hit the track’s inner rail

Vancouver Island rugby star bound for Tokyo Olympics

Duncan product helps make rugby history again

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Two more podium finishes for Laffey

In the span of about two weeks, Patrick Laffey won a B.C.…

U18s cap stellar season by reaching B.C. final

The U18 boys Riptide soccer team had an exquisite 2018/19 season, cruising…

  • Jul 11, 2019

Ladies golf results

Comox Golf Club ladies played 18 holes Tuesday, July 9: 1st low…

  • Jul 9, 2019

Disher fastest in age group at half marathon

Les Disher of Courtenay was the fastest runner in the 65- to…

Vancouver Island MLA heading into Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame

Parksville-Qualicum’s Stilwell began athletic career in Winnipeg

Courtenay gets new disc golf course

The forest adjacent Lake Trail Community Middle School has transformed into a…

  • Jul 8, 2019

Don Cherry denies suggestion he may not return to Hockey Night in Canada

Toronto Sun columnist Steve Simmons had written Cherry’s return next season hadn’t been confirmed

Fans in Canada and abroad mourn and reflect as Kawhi Leonard leaves the Raptors

The two-time NBA Finals MVP has reportedly signed with the LA Clippers

Vela nets 2, LAFC routs Whitecaps 6-1

Vancouver struggles against MLS leaders

Single on game’s final play gives B.C. Lions 18-17 win over Argos

Leos manage first victory of CFL season; Toronto remains winless

Canada to play for seventh at U19 World Cup after loss to Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico led 30-19 after the first quarter before Canada pulled even 47-47 to start the second half

Bauer shoots way to junior title

Though he’s relatively new to the sport, Matt Bauer won a junior…

Valley-raised athlete enjoys underwater version of rugby

Emma Green is representing Canada at world championships

B.C. Lions QB Mike Reilly shares mental health battle to break down stigma

‘People should celebrate that you’re strong enough to be able to get help’