Mortality figures continue to come in following the Canucks' elimination from the first round of the playoffs.
Cory Oskam looks like your typical teenage goaltender.
King George secondary school honours student Rita Steele is this year's recipient of the Danielle Horwitz Social Justice Award. Steele is the vice-president of Vancouver District Student Council and helped launch the Let's Talk About It campaign and youth forum following the 2011 Stanley Cup riot. In her spare time, she volunteered with citizenU, a youth antidiscrimination organization, and Big Brothers and Sisters of Canada, and also helped organize an initiative to establish student representatives on school boards across the province. Mayor Robertson will hand out the award, which comes with $12,000 towards her tuition next fall as a first-year science student at UBC, at a special ceremony June 18.
Richard Morrison was thrilled to be honoured with the BC Rehab Gert Vorsteher Memorial Award last week.
There was no shortage of white uniforms, navies and reds creating a sea of emergency first responders Tuesday night at River Rock Casino Resort.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION: -- Are you upset the Canucks lost in four straight?
In 1998, Matt Erhart and the rest of the Surrey Eagles were on top of the junior A hockey world after winning the club's first Royal Bank Cup championship in Nanaimo.
Brendan Gallagher celebrated his 21st birthday Monday by being recognized as one of the top rookies in National Hockey League.
WEST Vancouver's Sam Reinhart had a couple of worries in the final moments of the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship gold medal game played Sunday in Sochi, Russia.
Collins carved out a chunk of history on Monday when he published a first person article on Sports Illustrated's website revealing that he is gay.
Kudos and Kvetches resumes its annual rite of spring, celebrating the city's cherry blossoms and the Vancouver Canucks' sacred journey towards the Stanley Cup with its beloved series of Basho-inspired haikus. This year we're adding another element to our poetic pursuits: video. To watch video clips of K&K's resident orator recite Canucks haikus, scan this page with your smartphone using the Layar app or go to vancourier.com/entertainment. Now, on with the haikus: Costco hotdog juice Stains my Garth Butcher jersey Thanks, Axe body spray.
By now, most people will have heard that the primary sewage treatment plant under the Lions Gate Bridge has to be moved by the year 2020. The lease is up and the Squamish Nation has other plans for the land. The reasons for putting it there in the first place no longer apply, and a new plant has to be built to satisfy the environmental protection demands of the federal and provincial governments.
When I came to Canada more than 30 years ago, one thing became very clear very quickly. Canada was all about hockey.
Adam Tambellini of the Surrey Eagles (BCHL) is the recipient of the Top NHL Prospect Award as the highest ranked Canadian Junior A Hockey League player in NHL Central Scouting's final rankings for the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.
Langley's history, as recorded in the files of the Langley Advance.
Dave Dotan considers himself to be one of the fortunate ones.
Winnipeg Jets forward Andrew Ladd was named NHL first star of the week Monday after recording eight points in three games.
So far in this series of columns, we have covered the blessing of traditions and good habits, now I wish to address the other side, prejudices.
The Abbotsford Heat hockey club is staying in the Fraser Valley, at least for next season.