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Prince Harry hits 99 km/h on skeleton sled in B.C., says 'everybody should do it'

Prince Harry hits 99 km/h on skeleton sled in B.C., says 'everybody should do it'

WHISTLER, B.C. — Even after a second run, Prince Harry couldn't crack the 100km/h mark as he raced face-first down one of the world's fastest bobsled tracks in Whistler, B.C., aboard a tiny skeleton sled. "I'm going to go again.
Tickets for Lionel Messi's game in Vancouver going for over $10,000 on resale market

Tickets for Lionel Messi's game in Vancouver going for over $10,000 on resale market

One ticket that originally sold for $35.12 is being resold for more than $12,000 with fees
Former Prince George Cougars goalie suing CHL, WHL

Former Prince George Cougars goalie suing CHL, WHL

A new class-action lawsuit alleges Canadian major junior hockey leagues violate antitrust laws in the United States by colluding to restrict the negotiation powers of players.
Opinion: 4 policies to save journalism jobs in B.C.

Opinion: 4 policies to save journalism jobs in B.C.

"The cost of inaction will result in the loss of journalism jobs, the shuttering of local media outlets, and a less informed and less engaged citizenry."
B.C. providing $15M in grants to fairs, festivals and events

B.C. providing $15M in grants to fairs, festivals and events

Applications to be accepted until Feb. 25
Prince Harry, wife Meghan visit B.C. this week in one-year lead-up to Invictus Games

Prince Harry, wife Meghan visit B.C. this week in one-year lead-up to Invictus Games

Prince Harry and Meghan are in B.C. this week for the participating nations camp, where Invictus Games athletes and coaches from 19 countries will convene for lessons in the sports.
Canadian TV, film, music industries ask MPs for protection against AI

Canadian TV, film, music industries ask MPs for protection against AI

OTTAWA — Canada's actors, directors and musicians are sounding the alarm over artificial intelligence, saying it threatens their livelihood and reputations.
Column: Canadian taxpayers getting soaked by FIFA

Column: Canadian taxpayers getting soaked by FIFA

"Taxpayers can’t afford to pay for luxury suites and private elevators," the Canadian Taxpayers Federation said.
Malahat Nation, production company announce plans for film studios

Malahat Nation, production company announce plans for film studios

The 85-acre Mill Bay site could have as many as six sound stages up to 36,000 square feet each and several production workshops as well as a commercial complex with a hotel
Trudeau says he's furious over Bell Media layoffs, calling it a 'garbage decision'

Trudeau says he's furious over Bell Media layoffs, calling it a 'garbage decision'

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau trash-talked BCE Inc.'s widespread layoffs Friday, calling cuts to Bell Media a "garbage decision." "I'm furious," Trudeau told reporters at a press conference in King City, Ont.