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Calling all volunteers: Surrey Softball Championships looking for helpers

In July, Softball City will host the sport's largest women's tournament in the world – with 30 teams, over 2,000 athletes playing 500 games.

VIDEO: Future of Lions’ Lulay, Harris in question after another playoff loss

The BC Lions cleaned out their lockers on Monday, and two of their stars are likely to depart as free agents this winter.

World: Over 120 people killed in Paris attacks

Over 100 people are reportedly dead, after a series of explosions and shootings were carried out in Paris on Friday night.

Carl Robinson thanks Whitecaps fans for their ‘brilliant’ support in 2015

The Caps were eliminated in the West playoffs by the Portland Timbers last week, ending their best season to-date

VIDEO: Trudeau talked ISIL, environment with Barack Obama

The incoming prime minister spoke with the soon-departing American president a day after the Canadian election.

Justin Trudeau: ‘We beat negative, divisive politics with positive vision’

VIDEO: The Liberal Party leader and incoming Prime Minister delivered his victory speech from Montreal on Monday night.

Election Day: News, headlines from across B.C. and Canada

Results: Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have won a majority government, and are projected to win over 180 seats.

Facebook video shines shame on Canada’s low voter turnout

'Please share widely on all the places you share stuff,' Kowalyk wrote below the video, which has almost 42,000 shares. 'And go vote.'

Not Just for Dead People: Vancouver ‘legacy guy’ launches self-published book

Robb Lucy, an ex-journalist and production company owner, is encouraging readers and his audience to write their own eulogy...

Game 2: Canucks can pounce on Pacific with another win over Flames

Vancouver kicked their season off with a 5-1 win in Calgary on Wednesday, and can start a streak with another win on Hockey Night in Canada

Beeba Boys: The Indo-Canadian Scarface?

The province's anti-gang squad reviews the new film, which focuses on and dresses up Vancouver's criminal world.

VIDEO/PHOTOS: Nordstrom opens third Canadian store in Vancouver

The retail chain's three-floor store – its B.C. flagship – takes over Eaton's old space downtown, across from Robson Square.

VIDEO: Full windstorm cleanup could take ‘weeks’

Toppled trees wreaked havoc on commutes and routes, while power outages are still affecting 180,000 Hydro customers (as of Monday)

Vancouver’s PlentyOfFish sold to Match.com group for $575M

The B.C.-founded online dating giant now joins a group of sites/apps including Match.com, Tinder, and OKCupid.

Black Press 4 Good raises over $10,000 to recover Vimy Ridge heroes

Historian Norm Christie is raising funds to find and re-bury 44 Canadian soldiers from World War I, which he believes were lost in France

USA defeats Japan 5-2 in Women’s World Cup final (with VIDEO)

The Americans played to a Star Spangled 53,000 at BC Place on Sunday, and roared out to a 4-0 lead after just 16 minutes.

NHL Free Agency: Canucks trade Kassian to Habs; Leafs trade Kessel to Pens

Vancouver has now traded Kassian, Bieksa, and Lack out of town since last week's Draft; The Canucks also signed Matt Bartkowski on July 1

Canucks trade Kevin Bieksa to Anaheim Ducks for 2nd Rounder

Vancouver receives Anaheim's 2nd Round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft, in exchange for the Canucks' longtime defensive captain.

NHL Draft: Vancouver Canucks draft Brock Boeser 23rd overall; McDavid goes No. 1 to Edmonton

No surprise at the top of Friday's first round, with McDavid, Eichel and Strome going 1-2-3. But several big names tumble in 2015 NHL Draft.

Driveway: Reviews for Mazda CX-3, Jeep Renegade, Ford’s Green Secrets

Yet another crossover enters the market in 2015, with Mazda's much-anticipated and 'exciting' CX-3.