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Junior Canucks hold final 2021 practice, look to next year

Junior Canucks hold final 2021 practice, look to next year

The Canucks kept hope alive all year that they would get a chance to compete for a long-awaited NWJHL championship.
Farewell to longtime Junior Canuck Matthew Ens

Farewell to longtime Junior Canuck Matthew Ens

 Ens grew up in Prince George, but had no idea there was junior hockey in Dawson Creek. 
Seals overcome challenges to get back into pool

Seals overcome challenges to get back into pool

The Dawson Creek Seals Swim Club has done all it can to comply and adapt to COVID-19 regulations this season, and even then there has been lots of ups and downs.
NWJHL season over

NWJHL season over

For the second straight year, there will be no NWJHL champion, and nobody to lift the Senators Cup. The NWJHL, along with all junior and senior leagues part of Hockey Alberta, made the decision to end the 2020-21 regular season.
Dawson Creek's Bear Mountain Snow Stars back up - and headed downhill

Dawson Creek's Bear Mountain Snow Stars back up - and headed downhill

It’s been a long time, more than 10 years, but the Bear Mountain Snow Stars downhill ski racing club is back. Bear Mountain Ski Hill’s racing club starts up this Saturday, from 12 to 3 p.m., at the ski hill.
Bear Mountain Nordic Ski triples activity

Bear Mountain Nordic Ski triples activity

It’s a good time to be a cross country skier and an even better time to run a cross country ski club.
Curling club stays open, switches to singles

Curling club stays open, switches to singles

Though adult team sports are still prohibited in B.C., the Dawson Creek Curling Club won’t be shutting things down anytime soon.
Swaffield continues a huge 2020 year

Swaffield continues a huge 2020 year

2020 has been a pretty good year for Brooke Swaffield.
48th DC curling club cash spiel delivers this weekend

48th DC curling club cash spiel delivers this weekend

2020 Peace Curling Tour stop. The challenge and junior divisions will start, from Nov. 13 to 15, with the competitive divisions playing the following weekend, Nov. 20 to 22.
Predators play competitive hockey in new league, peers focus on practice

Predators play competitive hockey in new league, peers focus on practice

While all their Peace Region hockey peers - be they boys, girls, men or women — have yet to play competitive hockey, the U15 and U18 Northeast B.C. Predators hockey players have begun playing their 2020-21 North Zone Female ‘A’ League.