Calgary-born Cassie Sharpe wins gold for Canada in ski slopestyle
Canada's Cassie Sharpe has won gold, dominating the women's ski halfpipe Tuesday morning in Pyeongchang. No other competitor topped her best two runs, and the Comox, B.C., native put up her best score of 95.80 in her second run.
Manitoba Independent MLA Steven Fletcher wants to be Conservative MP again
A former federal Conservative MP who now sits as an Independent member of the Manitoba legislature says he's making another run for federal politics.
Ballet B.C. brings Verona to Vancouver with new Romeo + Juliet
Combining an old musical score with new choreography, Ballet B.C. will have its world premier of their Romeo + Juliet production on Thursday, Feb. 22.
Canada's Cassie Sharpe wins gold in women's ski halfpipe
Rachel Homan hammers Japan to move Canada into curling playoff mix
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Kevin Koe gets back to winning ways as Canada defeats Japan in men's curling
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