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Victoria HarbourCats | HarbourCats 2021 Single-Game Tickets available for purchase Tuesday, March 16th



Premium Reserved, Right-Field Reserved and General Admission tickets to be available first

For Immediate Release

March 15th, 2021

Victoria, BC – The Victoria HarbourCats continue to optimistically prepare for the possibility of West Coast League baseball at Wilson’s Group Stadium this summer, today announcing that limited release of single-game tickets for any game in the scheduled 2021 season, will start Tuesday March 16th at 9:00 AM Pacific Time.

Tickets can be purchased on-line via Select Your Tickets at, or fans may drop in to the HarbourCats offices at 101-1814 Vancouver Street (Masking and COVID protocols in place).  Fans can also call the HarbourCats office to order over the phone at 778-265-0327.  The Select Your Tickets box office is not yet available for ticket purchases.

Fans should note that not all seats will be available for purchase at this time, with Premium Reserved, Right-Field Reserved and General Admission being available initially.

Single-Game seats in the Grandstand and Campbell Club sections behind home plate are NOT on sale at this time. Seating in these areas is limited, relative to other sections, and in the event that the HarbourCats have to allow for social distancing, these are being held in reserve to allow for re-distribution of current season ticket holders, addition of any new season tickets and the allocation of 2021 tickets to any existing 2020 game ticket holders, or 2020/2021 voucher renewals.

Tickets in the Premium Reserved and Right Field Reserved Sections are also being restricted at this point to allow for social distancing.  Sections 8 and 9 behind the HarbourCats dugout are also not for sale at this time, again to allow for possible re-distribution of season ticket holders and others as per the same reasons as the Grandstand seats above.

Those seats that are available in Sections 7, 11 and 12 in Premium Reserved and in Section 6, Right Field Reserved, will be sold on-line in pods of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 tickets maximum.  Anyone seeking single tickets should call, or drop in to the HarbourCats office to order.

As per HarbourCats normal ticket policy, any 2021 ticket purchase is non-refundable. In the event that the 2021 season, or any portion of it, has to be cancelled due to COVID restrictions, weather, or other reasons , all 2021 tickets will hold their value and be eligible to be exchanged for seats for games later in 2021 or all games in 2022.

“We continue to be optimistic about the 2021 season and are thrilled to be able to open ticket sales at this point to the general public,” said HarbourCats Assistant GM, Ticketing and Media, Christian J. Stewart.  “We want to be ready to go when we are told we can go and we want our fans to be ready too!  This has the potential to be a great celebratory return to the ballpark, HarbourCats baseball and normalcy, and when we play, we expect that all our games and seats will be in high demand.”

It is expected that Grandstand, Campbell Club and additional Premium Reserved and Right Field Reserved seats will go on sale once more is learned about any potential seating protocols, or crowd limitations that may have to be in place.

In addition to the restricted single game tickets on the 16th, fans can still purchase 2021 season tickets in ALL sections, with the HarbourCats 101 for 2021 promotion still in effect until April 15th.  Each season ticket comes with free playoff tickets, a free whale watching pass from Prince of Whales, some HarbourCats merchandise and a 50.00 HarbourCats gift card (one per order).  Call or drop into the office to order. As an added bonus, any season ticket purchased before April 15th, will also be entered into a draw for a getaway to the Moon Water Lodge and dinner for two at the Malahat Chalet, a $400.00 value.

10-Game flex packs are also available in all sections except Campbell Club, giving you 10 anytime vouchers that you can use in any combination you like. These can also be purchased at the office , but are also available at our on-line store at

Fans holding game tickets from the cancelled 2020 season, or 2020 or 2021 ticket vouchers are strongly urged to come into the HarbourCats offices as soon as possible to exchange those seats, subject to availability, for any 2021 game of their choice.  Initial windows of opportunity have been provided for these exchanges already, but with single game seats going on sale, availability in some sections could be limited.


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Help Us Name Our New Canine Friend



Our newest friend is dreaming of full stands at Norbrock Stadium.

The newest member of the Kamloops NorthPaws is dreaming of full stands today, on what was supposed to be our inaugural home opener.

This large brown and white canine was adopted from the BC SPCA Kamloops & District Branch to keep us company leading up to our first season at Norbrock Stadium next summer.

This quiet doggo is very playful and loves to make new friends.  This dog is very well-trained and can shake a paw, roll over, play fetch in the outfield and even walk on two legs.

Our new companion has been settling in and has already been spotted bounding through the outfield, dancing in the bleachers, and chasing geese and marmots around Mac Island. Although puzzled by the lack of fans to play with, this friendly canine is excited to explore the Kamloops region this summer.

Keep your eyes out for your chance to meet our new friend this summer, and when you do, please be gentle and don’t play too… ruff.

The new pup does not yet have a name and we need your help. Send us your best, creative ideas.


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NorthPaws Co-Owner to Receive Honourary TRU Degree



NorthPaws co-owner Norman Daley will be one of four recipients of an honourary degree from Thompson Rivers University in their spring 2021 convocation ceremonies in June.

Daley will be recognized by the university as a community-minded chartered accountant, according the a press release.

In addition to bringing the West Coast League to Kamloops, Daley has been involved in volunteerism in the community for decades. His volunteerism includes co-chair for the 2016 Women’s World Hockey Championship, chairman of the Kamloops Blazers Advisory Board, volunteer chair for the 2014 Tim Hortons, local media chair for the World Junior Hockey Championship, helping the campaign to open the Sussex Insurance Centre indoor baseball facility, community sponsorship co-ordinator for the Kamloops International Baseball Tournament, and working with the Kamloops Centre for the Arts Society.

He was previously awarded the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce Businessperson of the Year, Kaizen Award from Sport BC for Innovative Leadership, Community Service Award from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC, and the Pioneer Spirit Award from Kamloops Mayor and City Council.

He was also the founding partner of Daley & Company LLP, Kamloops’ largest independently owned and operated accounting firm, which recently merged with Grant Thornton LLP.

Journalist Andre Picard, computer scientist Maria Klawe and lawyer Marving Storrow are the other honourary degree recipients. Click here for the full press release.


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Western Canadian Baseball League ramping up plans for all-Canadian season



Lethbridge, AB – In light of the Alberta government’s re-opening plans unveiled on Wednesday, the Western Canadian Baseball League is closing in on some key dates for its upcoming season.

After listening to the announcement, WCBL president Kevin Kvame met with governors to discuss the next steps.

“We have been in close contact with government and health officials since we announced our intentions for an all-Canadian season in March,” Kvame said. “With today’s announcement, we’re extremely excited by the possibilities that are on the horizon for this summer.”

It’s expected that the season will begin on June 18 with the Okotoks Dawgs visiting the Lethbridge Bulls while the expansion Sylvan Lake Gulls host the Edmonton Prospects.

“We will begin the season with a limited number of fans in the stands, as per guidance from officials,” Kvame commented. “We also anticipate increasing that capacity in late-June or early-July, depending on hospitalizations and vaccination rates.”

A tentative schedule is expected to be released over the next week, with the plan for playoff semi-finals August 16-18 and the championship series to be held August 20-22.

He adds the league and its teams will continue to exercise diligence throughout the summer and adhere to all provincial guidelines as they are changed and adopted.

“We’re just excited to get back on the field and provide a great summer of baseball for our talented Canadian players,” Kvame concluded. “We’re also excited for our fans, who we applaud for standing by us as we’ve been planning this season.”

Stay tuned to the Western Canadian Baseball League’s website and social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) for further updates on this upcoming season.

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