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Burnaby council approves $26.6M purchase of Fortius building

Burnaby council approves $26.6M purchase of Fortius building

The city announced its plans to buy the building last month after Fortius Sport and Health announced its imminent closure due to the pandemic
Pandemic can't slow mother-daughter duo in Burnaby

Pandemic can't slow mother-daughter duo in Burnaby

The family that trains together, stays together
Canucks statement on orca logo without Squamish Nation consent muddies appropriation conversation

Canucks statement on orca logo without Squamish Nation consent muddies appropriation conversation

In the midst of calls for non-Indigenous people to stop speaking on behalf of Indigenous people, the Canucks did exactly that.
City of Burnaby to buy Fortius fitness training centre in $27M deal

City of Burnaby to buy Fortius fitness training centre in $27M deal

The city will be paying the Fortius Foundation $26.6 million for the fitness centre, which announced in November it will be closing at the end of the year
Braden Holtby apologizes for goalie mask accused of cultural appropriation, intends to work with Indigenous artist

Braden Holtby apologizes for goalie mask accused of cultural appropriation, intends to work with Indigenous artist

"I definitely learned a valuable lesson through this all and will make sure I’m better moving forward."
Record-breaking goal by Burnaby's Sinclair named moment of the year

Record-breaking goal by Burnaby's Sinclair named moment of the year

The Burnaby phenom broke an all-time record
Vancouver Canadians upgraded to High A affiliates of the Toronto Blue Jays with an assist from John Horgan

Vancouver Canadians upgraded to High A affiliates of the Toronto Blue Jays with an assist from John Horgan

The B.C. premier and long-time sports fan reached out to the Blue Jays to make the case for the Canadians.
Nate Schmidt was goofy, charming, and loveable in his first media availability as a Canuck

Nate Schmidt was goofy, charming, and loveable in his first media availability as a Canuck

How can you not love a guy who’s excited to come to Vancouver because of the Christmas Market?
Former Canuck Ryan Kesler opens up about the problem of painkillers in the NHL in TSN report

Former Canuck Ryan Kesler opens up about the problem of painkillers in the NHL in TSN report

"Players can lie about this, but every single player in that locker room is on a painkiller."
New hockey league seeks restless teams

New hockey league seeks restless teams

The Lower Mainland’s newest hockey league is heading into its first winter season and wants your team to join its ranks.