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  • Rogers Centre

    Blue Jays send Hill, MacDonald to Diamondbacks

    Rich Brown

    The Toronto Blue Jays have traded second baseman Aaron Hill and infielder John MacDonald to the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for second baseman Kelly Johnson.

  • Langley Little Leaguers off to the big show

    Little League World Series is over for Langley

    Scott Russell

    Team Canada from Langley has been eliminated from the Little League World Series after a 4-0 loss to Japan. The Langley boys had great defense and sufficient pitching but couldn’t find their bats.

  • Kesler still hoping to play on opening night

    Rich Brown

    Ryan Kesler was expected to miss the first few weeks of the 2011-2012 season after undergoing hip surgery in late July, but the forward says he expects to be back in time for the season opener.

  • Team Canada from Langley shocked 17-time champion Chinese Taipei to stay alive in the double knock-out tournament on Monday.

    Langley stays alive at Williamsport

    Scott Russell

    Team Canada shocks Chinese Taipei 5-3 at the Little League World Series. Langley moves on in the double knock-out tournament.

  • Novak Djokovic plays Andy Murray in the Men's Finals in the Western and Southern Open on Sunday.

    Djokovic retires in Western and Southern Open final

    Rich Brown

    The world’s top ranked tennis player, Novak Djokovic, was forced to retire in the second set of his match with Andy Murray in the Western and Southern Open because of an injury to his shoulder.

  • Langley Little Leaguers off to the big show

    A tough day for Team Canada

    Ann Schmaltz

    Team Canada, the Langley Little Leaguers, lost to Latin America 8-0 at the Little League World Series. Canada now has a 1-1 record.

  • Whitecaps fall in first visit to Portland

    Rich Brown

    The Vancouver Whitecaps and Portland Timbers are both in their first seasons in the MLS but only one club looked like an expansion team in Portland’s 2-1 victory.

  • Whitecaps FC in the City of Roses

    Ann Schmaltz

    Whitecaps FC are looking to bounce back from a disappointing defeat at DC United last weekend by earning an important road win against one of their Pacific Northwest rivals.

  • Lions cruise to victory over Eskimos

    Rich Brown

    The BC Lions defence had four interceptions and eight sacks while Travis Lulay threw four touchdowns as they crushed the Edmonton Eskimos 36-1. The win improves the Leos record to 2-6.

  • BC Lions look to get back on the winning track in Edmonton

    Rick Dhaliwal

    The BC Lions can take sole possession of third place in the Western Division with a win tonight in Edmonton. The 1-6 Lions play the 5-2 Eskimos in Alberta, starting 6 p.m.

  • Langley Little Leaguers off to the big show

    Langley Little Leaguers prepare for first World Series game

    Rich Brown

    A team of 12 and 13-year-olds from Langley are ready to make their Little League World Series debuts as they face Saudi Arabia on Friday afternoon.

  • Canucks will get plenty of northern exposure

    BOB ADDISON

    Fresh off of the seven-game Stanley Cup final run, the Vancouver Canucks will be seen on national TV 25 times this coming season. The balance of the Canucks games will be seen on Rogers Sportsnet.

  • Kamau Peterson

    BC Lions leave for Edmonton without receiver Kamau Peterson

    Rick Dhaliwal

    Veteran Canadian receiver Kamau Peterson’s days with the BC Lions may be numbered. Peterson is in coach Wally Buono’s doghouse after some dropped balls in a loss to Winnipeg last week.

  • The C’s take the rubber match

    Ann Schmaltz

    The Vancouver Canadians capitalized on two errors and three walks in the bottom of the eighth inning and beat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 4-1 in the final game of three at Nat Bailey Stadium.