The world of arts and sport will meet at centre ice when the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra and the Saskatoon Blades collaborate on a live symphonic show devoted to the beloved Canadian story The Hockey Sweater by Roch Carrier. "It's a really It was published in French in 1979; the illustrated version published in 1984 has sold more than 250,000 copies. . Sign up to receive breaking news alerts from The StarPhoenix. WHO issues new guidelines on sugar.
Iqaluit fitness rally draws prime minister, star Olympians. Nunavut sports and recreation gets celebrity support from two groups. PETER VARGA. Canadian Olympic gold-medal winners Charles Hamelin, Hayley Wickenheiser
James Hudziak, M.D., has two children who love ice hockey. His son skates for his college team and one of his daughters plays in high school. As a pediatric neuropsychiatrist and director of the Vermont Center for Children,
Published: Friday, January 23, 2015 - 10:57 am. | Print This Story. When Rogers Sportsnet won the Canadian broadcast rights to NHL hockey, including the venerable Hockey Night in Canada, it shocked many across the industry. To ensure success on the Brian Learoyd, Engineering Manager at Rogers Sportsnet, John Christie, Wireless and Broadcast Specialist at RP Dynamics, and Tim Hicks, Broadcast Engineer at Rogers Sportsnet show off their new equipment room.
Northern youth have received upwards of $500,000 worth of hockey equipment since 2009 through Project North, founder Michelle Valberg said. This year, Project North is planning to deliver equipment to communities such
NEWS: Nunavut November 21, 2014 - 9:15 am Arragutainak recently bartered with a southern buyer online to exchange an amautik she made for hockey equipment for Shawn. (PHOTO COURTESY EILEEN The woman agreed and Arragutainak, inspired by the bartering experience, posted her story to the Facebook group Feeding My Family — a group which aims to raise awareness of the high cost of food across Nunavut. “I thought I couldn't afford new equipment for my son.”.
Thelma, who never misses the suppertime news, tried to strike fear into the hearts of her nieces, Tina and Sarah Fontaine. She'd show . [tweet this] That's compared with six in 10 in New Brunswick, according to that poll. Generally . In a 2013 story published in Wave, Winnipeg's health and wellness magazine, Dr. Snider said: “If that same number was quoted for stroke or heart attacks or many of the other conditions we treat, there would be uproar.” Snider, who
Michelle Valberg with two hockey enthusiasts in Arctic Bay this past May, where her non-profit group Project North provided hockey equipment to kids in the community. Project North and Canadian Tire Corp. will donate 100
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