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Former hockey scout with NHL Oilers hired as WHL Giants’ senior advisor

Hockey exec’s experience ‘a huge asset for us as we continue our pursuit of a championship,’ GM says

Agassiz sisters prepare for BC Games

Girls competing in canoe/kayak races in Cowichan Valley

Monster trucks returning to Abbotsford

Monster Madness tour arriving in September

The Bandits arrive in the Fraser Valley

New professional basketball team announces name, colours and logo

Bantam Royals tops on Island

Ball team moves onto BC’s

  • Jul 16th, 2018

New Fraser Valley pro basketball team set to take flight

CEBL team to announce nickname, logo and colours on July 16

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Harrison Dragon Boat Regatta
Soccer still goes ahead at Seabird Festival despite other cancellations
Closing Ceremonies at the B.C. Summer Games
Horse vaulting at the BC Games

Dragons home in Surrey for pro league’s ‘Final Four’ basketball playoffs

MLBA teams to battle at Panorama Ridge Secondary gym this weekend

  • Jul 4th, 2018

Banner season for the BCHL

League record 153 players earn university scholarships

Sky’s the limit for Stó:lō soccer player Bruce Silver

Stó:lō boy makes community proud with soccer skills

Mori earns Curl BC board position

Will serve as governor and vice chair for two years

Giants say goodbye to head coach Jason McKee

Jason McKee and the Langley-based junior hockey team are ‘parting ways.’

  • Jun 15th, 2018

National BMX event coming to Abbotsford

Sumas Mountain Nationals runs June 29 to July 1

Young netminder joins Giants roster

Goalie Drew Sim, 15, is only expected to play a few games next season with the Langley-based G-Men.

  • Jun 12th, 2018

Justify’s Triple Crown run caps magical run for Langley breeder

John Gunther, owner of Glennwood Farm in Kentucky, bred 13th U.S. Triple Crown champion Justify

PHOTOS: Cheering fellow Canadian teammates from the sidelines

Two Langley-based riders suited up for Canada at the Nations Cup show jumping competition Sunday.

BC High school track championships keep coming back to Langley

There will be 2,400 athletes, 400 coaches, and countless supporters in Langley this weekend.

Young Sts’ailes man drafted to CFL

Jacob Firlotte one of few B.C. Indigenous men ever drafted to league

National college basketball championships coming to Lower Mainland

Langley Events Centre will host CCAA men’s tournament in March 2019

Chilliwack Chiefs announce sudden coaching change

Brian Maloney replaces Tatarnic as bench boss just days before RBC Cup begins

Delta Gymnastics set to host annual invitational

The event will see more than 1,300 gymnasts compete for medals, prizes this Friday through Sunday