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Homan beats Jones in clash of women's curling heavyweights at Tournament of Hearts

Homan beats Jones in clash of women's curling heavyweights at Tournament of Hearts

CALGARY — They may meet again in the Canadian women's curling championship playoffs, but the intense on-ice battles between Rachel Homan and Jennifer Jones are coming to an end.

WHL roundup: Funk scores twice as Cougars crush T-Birds 5-1

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Zac Funk scored twice, Ondrej Becher added three assists, and the Prince George Cougars crushed the visiting Seattle Thunderbirds 5-1 in Western Hockey League action on Tuesday night at the CN Centre.
Vilardi propels Jets to 6-3 win over Wild

Vilardi propels Jets to 6-3 win over Wild

WINNIPEG — Laurent Brossoit didn’t exactly get his wish, but the Winnipeg Jets earned a victory and that’s all that counts.
Trudeau boosts B.C.'s housing plan with $2 billion in federal financing

Trudeau boosts B.C.'s housing plan with $2 billion in federal financing

VANCOUVER — The federal government is doubling the financing available for a British Columbia housing plan, which the prime minister called "transformative.
ZoomerMedia buys digital media publisher Curiocity for $5 million

ZoomerMedia buys digital media publisher Curiocity for $5 million

TORONTO — ZoomerMedia Ltd. has announced the acquisition of Curiocity Group Inc. as it seeks to bolster its digital presence in Canada.
B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

B.C. New Democrat government makes pledges to homebuyers, renters, in throne speech

VICTORIA — The New Democrat government pledged more homes for middle-class people in British Columbia and eviction protection for renters in a throne speech that promised affordability measures in this week's budget, with a provincial election set fo
B.C. Lions sign ex-Bronco Dawson for training camp

B.C. Lions sign ex-Bronco Dawson for training camp

VANCOUVER — A defensive back who enjoyed some success over 26 games with the Denver Broncos, is giving the CFL a shot. The B.C. Lions announced Tuesday that American Duke Dawson has been signed to the team's training camp roster.
Driver speeding in bus lane in North Vancouver is issued $1,500 fine

Driver speeding in bus lane in North Vancouver is issued $1,500 fine

VANCOUVER — RCMP in North Vancouver say a $1,500 fine was handed out to a driver caught speeding down a bus lane. Police credit the discreet and quick actions of an officer on a motorcycle for nabbing and ticketing a driver last October.
Canada's Marino cruises to first-round win over Navarro Oliva at Puerto Vallarta Open

Canada's Marino cruises to first-round win over Navarro Oliva at Puerto Vallarta Open

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico — Vancouver's Rebecca Marino cruised to a 6-4, 6-2 win over Mexico's Maria Fernanda Navarro Oliva in the first round of the Puerto Vallarta Open on Tuesday. Marino hit eight aces and won 73.
Canadian defender Sydney Collins to miss CONCACAF W Gold Cup with broken ankle

Canadian defender Sydney Collins to miss CONCACAF W Gold Cup with broken ankle

HOUSTON — Canada will be without Sydney Collins at the CONCACAF W Gold Cup after the North Carolina Courage defender fractured her ankle in the Canadian camp. Canada Soccer said Collins has returned to her NWSL team to start rehabilitation.