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Private partners make Summer Games possible

Cowichan 2018 will set record for most private and non-profit venues

Cowichan’s BC Summer Games to set record for private venue partnerships

Cowichan 2018 will set record for most private and non-profit venues

Valley lacrosse players excited for BC Games opportunity

Devyn Zunti and Dante Evans will suit up for Island team

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BC Summer Games: Volunteer commitment
Zone 4 - Liam Haysom
A look into Golf Canada's program at Bear Mountain
Blue Jays manager says assault charge against Osuna 'unnerving'

Baseball players buzzing about mosquito tournament

Teams will be making a pitch for the title of annual Hopwo event in Chemainus

BC High school track championships keep coming back to Langley

There will be 2,400 athletes, 400 coaches, and countless supporters in Langley this weekend.

Young Ladysmith/Chemainus Orcas swimmers gain racing experience

Some of the youngest members of the Ladysmith/ Chemainus Orcas Swim Club…

Fenton memorial baseball a big hit with Peewee teams

Chemainus teams work hard, but no repeat in the cards

Chemainus Jays head back to Cuba with new teammates

Duncan and Campbell River players added as the cultural baseball experience expands its horizons

BC Summer Games torch-lighting tonight in Duncan

Today marks 100 days until the Cowichan 2018 BC Summer Games kicks…

Chemainus Secondary athletes earn medals at wrestling nationals in Edmonton

No competition in Edmonton for newcomer, while veteran fights to bronze

Cowichan Valley coaches reflect on Humboldt bus crash

Former Caps bench boss Bob Beatty led Broncos for eight seasons

UPDATED: Team Tardi brings world junior curling gold home to Langley

A Langley-based team has won the international championships in Aberdeen, Scotland today.

  • Mar 10, 2018

B.C. sending three youth rugby teams to Vegas Sevens

Players from across province recruited for elite sides

Crofton gymnast excels by winning two B.C. Winter Games medals

Stobbe now has four medals in two Games appearances

Snowboarding debuts at B.C. Games

Merren deBellefeuille was lone Vancouver Island (Zone 6) athlete in ladies’ snowboard cross

North Island Bantam Eagles axe Sooke Thunderbirds in semi-final showdown

It was another do or die playoff game for the North Island Bantam Eagles last Saturday.

Sharpe run puts Vancouver Island Olympian in first

Comox halfpipe skier Cassie Sharpe dazzles in qualifying, finals late this afternoon our time

Canadians place second in first heat of two-man bobsleigh

Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz finish 0.02 seconds behind Latvian team in Winter Olympics