Monday, November 26, 2007
Canada plays more than hockey, eh?
James Johnson set a Grey Cup record with three interceptions to help the Saskatchewan Roughriders beat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 23-19 in Toronto for their first CFL title in 18 years.
Johnson was voted the game's most valuable player.
And in the World Cup women's slalom race at Panorama Mountain Village in Invermere, BC, Austria's Marlies Schild raced to her second consecutive victory of the season Sunday.
Schild beat world champion Sarka Zahrobska of the Czech Republic by 0.68 seconds. Crotian Ana Jelusic came in third.
The Seattle Kraken , which joined the National Hockey League's Pacific Division of the Western Conference in 2021, calls Climate Pledg...
Embassy of Canada in Washington, DC. Photo by Sue Frause. I just watched a Canadian politician on CBC say the word process at least a ...
Heart-shaped kelp on Vargas Island off Vancouver Island Photo by Sue Frause
BC FERRIES AND FIRST PEOPLES' CULTURAL COUNCIL REVEAL COAST SALISH ARTWORK FOR NEWEST SALISH CLASS FERRYArtist Maynard Johnny Jr. with his Coast Salish artwork BC Ferries and the First Peoples' Cultural Council have revealed the design fo...