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Province's top women curlers begin trek toward Scotties

Six teams, including former B.C. junior women's curling champion Kristen Recksiedler of Richmond, will be gunning for the final spot into the B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts from today to Sunday at Juan de Fuca. Recksiedler, who won the B.C.

S-Kings get Ellis back in nic of time

It has always been Julien Ellis's aim, as with just about every other goalie in the business, to have something in common with Roberto Luongo. Now Ellis does. But it isn't fame and a big-time contract. Not yet, anyway.

Times Colonist Open given 'major' boost

Canadian Tour event at Uplands changes dates, increases purse

Salmon Kings' goalie gets Moose call thanks to Luongo injury

Those who toil in the minor-pro ranks of sport are not exactly publicly recognizable figures outside their home-team market.

Aces cool off Salmon Kings

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Salmon Kings drop another one

The Victoria Salmon Kings have played three three-game sets to start the ECHL season, winning one game in each and dropping two in each. Even remedial math tells you that is not a healthy pattern to get locked into. Percentages of .

Golf Town's Scutt tops all on Island tour

Golf Town's Gordon Scutt was the big winner in this year's Vancouver Island Professional Tour. Scutt capped off an impressive season by winning the Tour Championship last week at Bear Mountain Golf Club.

Save salmon habitat, save the orcas

It is obvious to anyone who has put in any time on the issue of increasing salmon populations that saving and restoring spawning and rearing habitat in rivers is the single most important issue to be tackled today.

Time is now for Vikes to bring 'A' game

The University of Victoria Vikes women's field hockey season has been like a wild roller-coaster ride. The team experienced many highs and lows in Canada West play, posting a record of six wins, four losses and two ties.

Tournament means long-term boost for city

The investment in bringing the FIFA Under 20 World Cup to Victoria may pay off in short-term gains for sporting goods stores, fast-food vendors and beer sales, but the significant economic impact is more likely to be felt in the long-term according t
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