During the game, Pod players will wear unique orange jerseys from the local Semiahmoo minor hockey association; these sweaters will be part of an online auction to benefit the Indian Residential School Survivors Society.
The food bank is only a 10-minute drive away from the Pod’s home rink. Jaye Murray, the food bank’s manager, thanked the players
The Whalers hope to place plenty of non-perishable foodstuffs into stockings for a local food bank this year for Christmas. And we need help from fans, too!
Spak and his teammates are assisting the local Royal Canadian Legion, Branch No. 008, in the annual poppy fundraiser. All donations directly support veterans, their families, and also police officers.
CLOVERDALE – After 21 months, Whaler Sam Dowell’s hair length has slowly inched to a significant milestone: long enough to cut for a chemotherapy patient’s wig.
Shea Weber, Travis Green and Scott Neidermayer to be among the speakers at March 9 event. The Nite of Champions is moving to an online format for 2021.
As a White Rock native, Christine understands the importance of local sport and the ties that the restaurant has with the community.
For the third year running, your White Rock Whalers partnered up with the White Rock Legion #008 to sell poppies in the lead up to Remembrance Day