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Vancouver first city chosen to host FIFA World Cup 2026

Vancouver first city chosen to host FIFA World Cup 2026

The World Cup2026 host cities in the West: 1. Vancouver 2. Seattle 3. San Francisco 4. Los Angeles 5. Guadalajara

Vancouver first city chosen to host FIFA World Cup 2026

Meet Canucks’ Newest Entry: Arshdeep Bains

Meet Canucks’ Newest Entry: Arshdeep Bains

Bains is the third player of South Asian descent to join the Canucks organization after Robin Bawa from Duncan and Manny Malhotra from Mississauga. He has become the first player of South Asian descent to win the Bob Clarke Trophy as the Western Hockey League’s (WHL) top scorer!

 

 

Meet Canucks’ Newest Entry: Arshdeep Bains

WATCH: Meet Surrey's Arshdeep Bains-Canucks Newest Entrant

WATCH: Meet Surrey's Arshdeep Bains-Canucks Newest Entrant

He is the first leading scorer in the WHL of South Asian heritage. Hear from him on what it means to be playing hockey professionally with his favourite team the Canucks during their up-coming season.

 

 

WATCH: Meet Surrey's Arshdeep Bains-Canucks Newest Entrant

Vancouver confirmed as candidate host city for FIFA World Cup 2026

Vancouver confirmed as candidate host city for FIFA World Cup 2026

The FIFA World Cup is the largest single sporting event in the world. Hosting the event would be a once-in-a-generation opportunity for soccer fans, for our tourism sector and for all British Columbians

Vancouver confirmed as candidate host city for FIFA World Cup 2026

Vancouver Canucks sign Surrey's Arshdeep Bains

Vancouver Canucks sign Surrey's Arshdeep Bains

Bains, 21, has appeared in 55 games for the Red Deer Rebels of the Western Hockey League (WHL) this season collecting 82 points (30-52-82) and 46 penalty minutes. He leads the league in both points (82) and assists (52), becoming the first player of South Asian descent to lead the WHL in points.

Vancouver Canucks sign Surrey's Arshdeep Bains

Sports world mourns legendary Shane Warne's death

Sports world mourns legendary Shane Warne's death

The news has clearly affected the entire sporting world and the loss will undoubtedly be felt by the cricketing community, particularly the Australian cricket community. As per a statement given to Fox News by Warne's management firm, the leg-spinner passed away in Thailand of a suspected heart attack.

Sports world mourns legendary Shane Warne's death

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