Olympics

Recalling a tabloid sensation in I, Tonya and Psycho’s shower horror in 78/52

Or you can watch some of Italy’s best, old and new, in a week-long festival
Furlong, Olympics, court case, Laura Robinson

Journalist knew of Furlong accuser's conflicting abuse compensation claim

Furlong's lawyer John Hunter accuses Robinson in cross-examination of being eager to see the allegations published.
John Furlong attends court in March. Canadian Press file photo

Freelance writer's lawsuit against former Olympics CEO underway

Laura Robinson accuses Furlong of defaming her in public comments after she published a 2012 article that included allegations that he physically abused students some 40 years ago.
FIFA, fan zone, World Cup, Women's soccer

Downtown Vancouver residents brace for FIFA fan zone

Construction was fast and furious this week at Cambie and Georgia, as Larwill Park transforms into the FIFA Fan Zone.

A red, white and gold February in Vancouver

Vancouver photographers capture February's most memorable moments celebrated around the city and country.

How much 2012 Olympic medalists earn for winning

Ever wondered how much Olympic athletes get paid for winning medals? The numbers may surprise you.