Sports

Fans across Canada eager to cheer on Bianca Andreescu at US Open final

Ontario native takes on Serena Williams, and could become first Canadian to win a Grand Slam

Queen Elizabeth Park to receive royal renovations

Nelson Baseball Association will be extensive upgrading next month

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Leafs, Oilers and Canucks prepare for upcoming season
85-year-old, lifting since 1950, on track to cinch weightlifting championship
New NHL arena gets green light in Calgary
Aaron Brown edges Andre De Grasse to win Canadian 100-metre title

Whitecaps reverse BC fan’s three-game ban for anti-fascist sign

Joshua Griffith hopes team can learn something from controversy

VIDEO: Canada’s Bianca Andreescu advances to US Open final vs. Serena Williams

19-year-old becomes first Canadian to reach singles final in New York

Montreal Canadiens legends to play charity game in Nelson

The January event will raise money for Make A Change Canada

  • Sep 5, 2019

David Sanchez named new captain of Nelson Leafs

Sanchez is entering his third season with the team

Canadian wheelchair basketball teams secure spots in Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

The women’s team won gold medal at Parapan Am Games, men’s team won silver medal

Nick Nurse keen to recruit more Canadian basketball players

Raptors coach was named Canada’s head coach ahead of 2019 FIBA World Cup in China

Last-place Whitecaps fall 3-1 to New York City FC

Third MLS loss in eight days for Vancouver side

Struggling B.C. Lions dismiss offensive line coach Bryan Chiu

Chiu, a Vancouver native, was in his first year with the Lions

Canada’s Parrot wins gold in first competition since beating cancer

Olympic silver medallist in slopestyle in 2018 and now six-time X Games champion

Heather Potkins wins Nelson’s first medals at sprint canoe kayak nationals

The Nelson Paddling Club athlete won silver and bronze in Regina

Team Canada step closer to Olympics after beating Puerto Rico

‘Super Round’ games to be played tomorrow at South Surrey’s Softball City

Sudden Impact: Whitecaps fall 2-1 to Montreal

Last-place Vancouver side all but eliminated from MLS playoff hunt

PHOTOS: Nelson’s Max Wong wins men’s singles title at West Kootenay Open

Kelowna’s Krista Martens meanwhile took the women’s side