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Local takes reins

Stu Ballantyne will be leading another major sporting event after he was appointed chief executive officer of the Prince George 2015 Canada Winter Games on Wednesday.
Labour of love for lacrosse players

Labour of love for lacrosse players

Pair of local women put efforts into city's lacrosse team

Burnaby boy Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scores first goal in NHL debut

If Ryan Nugent-Hopkins only has nine games to make an impression on Edmonton Oilers' management, then consider his first game a success.

STM Knights beat W.J. Mouat 25-20, consolidate number 1 ranking for Burnaby

Even a victory wasn't enough for the STM Knights to get Thanksgiving Monday off. The Knights proved that they're the number-1 high school football team in the province on Friday with a thrilling 25-20 win over the number-2 ranked W.J.

Westcoast Curling Classic returns to town

It's mere hours until Olympic gold medallist Kevin Martin returns to the Royal City. The 12th Annual Westcoast Curling Classic is scheduled for Oct.

Burnaby fire captain takes on Adanacs job

A soon-to-retire Burnaby fire captain is taking on some extra responsibilities as the new general manager of the Coquitlam Adanacs senior lacrosse team. Randy Delmonico was announced Thursday as the club's new general manager, replacing Les Wingrove.

Burnaby boy Ryan Nugent-Hopkins to start season with Edmonton Oilers

When he didn't get a call or a text ushering him to the office, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins deduced that he was sticking around long enough to make it to the Edmonton Oilers' team-bonding mini-camp in Jasper, Alta.

SFU Clan drop 37-17 decision to Central Washington

The SFU Clan's long NCAA nightmare continued on Saturday in Ellensburg, Washington as the Clan dropped to 0-4 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference with a 37-17 loss to the Central Washington Wildcats.

Panthers lose in tough exhibition game

One week after being the hammer, a Moscrop Panthers were the nail in a 35-6 exhibition loss to Abby Christian at Burnaby Lake West on Friday afternoon.

Ast gets first goal

Former Burnaby Winter Club product Anthony Ast took a Giant step Friday night.
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