New deal with Seahawks makes Wilson highest-paid NFL player

He has the highest yearly average salary at $35 million per season

Former NLL player hosts lacrosse clinic at WFC

Jeff Moleski will be the new head coach of Zone 8 lacrosse team for B.C. Games

B.C. Lions kick off training camp
Patriots fans celebrate sixth Super Bowl win
Zoo's gorilla predicts Rams' Super Bowl win
Atlanta kicks off Super Bowl festivities

Volunteer applications being accepted for 2020 Women’s World Curling Championships

One hundred and seventy volunteers helped out at the provincials in Quesnel

Prince George rolling in BCHL final

Spruce Kings win 11th straight playoff game, 3-1 over Vernon; take 2-0 Fred Page Cup final lead

Quesnel’s powerlifting couple is stronger together

Faggiani and McCauley improve on last year’s results at Oregon powerlifting event

Finland upsets Canada 4-2, will play for women’s world hockey championship gold

Canada had beat Finland 6-1 to cap the group stage of this year’s tournament Tuesday

Fire ties Whitecaps 1-1 on Nikolic’s late penalty kick

Yordy Reyna scored for Vancouver in the 53rd minute.

Masters Day 2: Crowded at the top, Tiger lurks

Host of big names on leaderboard after 36 holes

Quesnel long distance runner back on track and making strides at UBC

Cole Dinsdale is having a strong start to the track season in his third year of university

McGill drops Redmen name, citing pain caused to Indigenous students

‘Today, “Redmen” is widely acknowledged as an offensive term for Indigenous peoples’

Prowling Tiger: Woods in the hunt after opening Masters with a 70

Koepka, DeChambeau lead at 66; Canadian Conners in at 2-under

Pin it to win it

Quesnel squad gets top spot at 21st annual Gold Pan Bowling tournament

Quesnel floor hockey fellowship mourns vice principal in first week back

Brian Cullinane, who was a big supporter of the lunchtime league, will have a trophy named after him

  • Apr 10, 2019

Action-packed boxing whips Quesnel crowd into frenzy

Two Rivers Boxing Club’s Rumble 26 did not disappoint ticket holders

‘We’re going to be better next year’: Canucks look forward

Players, coaches say more must be done after four straight playoff misses

Kootenay high school rethinking wartime name for its sports teams

Nelson’s L.V. Rogers has used the name Bombers for its sports teams since at least the 1940s

Sports fans can soon legally throw a tailgate party in Ontario

Ontario sports fans will soon be able to tailgate before a game

B.C. hockey coach to get kidney after peewee team’s video search

Stephen Gillis has suffered from Crohn’s disease since he was 25 years old