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The FIFA World cup might come to Vancouver, B.C. in 2026. Soccer fans can start getting super excited, because the province is now in ongoing discussions to host the massive event.

"B.C. is now in active discussions to place Vancouver and British Columbia into consideration as a Candidate Host City for the FIFA World Cup 2026," the B.C. Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport, told Narcity in an email.

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Olympic freestyle skier Elena Gaskell has posted a video of the fall which forced her to pull out of Monday's big air competition due to a leg injury.

The Team Canada athlete showed the video on Instagram, which happened on the last day of training before her first-ever Olympics 2022 event.

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The Vancouver Canucks released a short public statement on Saturday, May 1 following sexual misconduct allegations against one of their players, Jake Virtanen.

Virtanen is a 24-year-old from B.C. who was originally drafted to the Canucks in 2014.

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After issues at the border with a new Vancouver Canucks player's tortoises, Tim Hortons delivered a care package that included custom donuts and hockey cards with animals on them.

Canadian Braden Holtby signed with the Canucks back in October but the move to Vancouver wasn't a smooth one because his pet tortoises were held up at the Canada-U.S. border.

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Early in November, a group of NHLers from the Vancouver Canucks hopped in helicopters to play a game of shinny 6,000 feet above sea level.

Elias Pettersson, Thatcher Demko, Alex Edler, and Zack MacEwen were there along with former Canucks Troy Stecher and Jason Garrison. Oh, and famous figure skater, Patrick Chan, was obviously there too.

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