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B.C. rink in position to advance at Brier

Jim Cotter improved to 4-2 Wednesday; can clinch spot in next round with win or Nova Scotia loss

Nanaimo Clippers need to win to avoid elimination

Powell River Kings edge Clippers 5-4 in overtime in Game 4

Caps take 2-1 lead in playoff series

Melaragni’s overtime goal puts Cowichan ahead

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Masters curlers hit the ice in Nanaimo

Connect Hearing B.C. Masters Curling Championship being held March 5-10 at Nanaimo Curling Centre

Professional wrestler King Kong Bundy dead at age 61

Promoter and longtime friend David Herro says Bundy died on Monday

Caps keep pushing as series moves to Duncan

Coach hopes home crowd gives his team a boost

BCHL: Alberni Valley Bulldogs down by two in playoff series

Bulldogs face Grizzlies at home this week

  • Mar 5, 2019

B.C. rink edges New Brunswick at Brier

Jim Cotter’s Vernon squad improves to 3-1 after suffering first defeat earlier in the day

Denman football player in NCAA

Henry Kimmins plays safety at WSU

B.C. rink tastes Brier defeat

Defending champs Team Canada roll past Jim Cotter’s Vernon rink 10-4 Monday morning in Brandon

B.C. rink rolling at the Brier

Vernon’s Jim Cotter improves to 2-0 with big win over Nunavut

B.C. rink wins opening game at Brier

Jim Cotter’s Okanagan-Saskatoon foursome uses last rock to edge Nova Scotia 8-7; play Nunavut today

PHOTOS: Skiers from across B.C. take part in Okanagan championship

Hundreds of skiers gather in the Larch Hills for a sunny day of ski competition

Canucks Report: February stumbles make playoffs a longshot

Vancouver plays 14 games in 28-day span in March

VIDEO: Rainbow grilled cheese, hot-dog burger on the menu at BC Place

Vancouver Whitecaps kick off their home opener on Saturday against Minnesota United

Double gold a goal for Canada’s Kripps at world bob championships in Whistler

Canada has never won both two-man and four-man gold at a single world championship