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Dylan Kerbrat and Chalaine Hannah top couple at His and Hers tournament

Final day comeback saw the pair edge out the competition

Quinn Hughes lobbied Canucks to move up and draft brother

Younger sibling Jack tabbed No. 1 overall by New Jersey Devils

Fun comes first at year end Prince Rupert youth soccer tournament

Tournament at Charles Hays lets kids showoff what they learned during the year, take on parents too

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2019 Men's Golf Jubilee

Whitecaps rally for 2-2 draw with Colorado

Reyna’s free kick pulls Vancouver even in 80th minute

Canadian women expect tight struggle against Sweden at Women’s World Cup

Canada coach Kenneth Heiner-Moller did not speak to the media Saturday after a training session

Canucks acquire forward J.T. Miller from Lightning

J.T. Miller, 26, had 13 goals and 34 assists for the Lightning last season

R.J. Barrett leads record-setting class of six Canadians picked in NBA draft

Vancouver-born and Arizona-raised Brandon Clarke of Gonzaga was taken four picks after Nickeil Alexander-Walker

Vancouver Canucks to induct ex-forward Alex Burrows into ring of honour

The club announced the move Friday before the start of the NHL draft

VIDEO: Top NHL draft prospects Hughes and Kakko know they’ll always be linked

The two are on course to be selected No. 1 and No. 2 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on Friday

NHL expands video review after calls missed in playoffs

League approved lifting limits on the number of times a coach can challenge a play during the game

NHL Draft 2019: First-round mock selections

Hughes expected to go No. 1 overall; Canucks have 10th pick

Christine Sinclair scores goal No. 182, but Canada loses 2-1 to Dutch at World Cup

The goal ended Canada’s 477-minute shutout streak, dating back to a 2-1 win over Nigeria on April 8

B.C.-born Carey Price brings young fan to tears at NHL Awards banquet

Anderson Whitehead first met his hockey idol after his mother died of cancer

Elias Pettersson wins Calder Trophy as NHL’s top rookie

Vancouver forward first Canuck to win award since Pavel Bure in 1992