The federal government is trying to make Canada's favourite pastime a little more affordable, and also ease the financial burden for new parents, by proposing $76 million in tariff relief for sports equipment and baby clothes. Published Thursday, March 21, 2013 4:10PM EDT Last Updated Thursday The government, in consultation with the Retail Council of Canada and consumer groups, will monitor the impact of these tariff reductions on Canadian retail prices." Share this story:
Canadians will be paying hundreds of millions of dollars more on everything from food to bicycles because of a little-noticed change in tariffs Ottawa places on imports from emerging nations like China and India, say analysts.
NEWS: Nunavut August 26, 2014 - 3:51 pm Nunavut sports and recreation gets celebrity support from two groups. PETER VARGA. Canadian Olympic gold-medal winners Charles Hamelin, Hayley Wickenheiser and Kaillie Humphries take questions from kids and families at Nakasuk School in Iqaluit, Aug. 25, during an “When we go into a community, we usually donate 25 to 30 sets of brand new hockey gear,” said Michelle Valberg, president and co-founder of Project North.
Take, for example, the simple story Sankiluarmiut Eileen Arragutainak told Nunatsiaq News recently. Arragutainak, a “But I asked her if she would send me new hockey equipment instead, for my son,” Arragutainak told Nunatsiaq News. 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 it
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
Chicago Blackhawk Patrick Kane sent signed hockey sticks and Olympic-theme gifts to May Chesak Elementary School to thank 2nd grade students for sending words of encouragement his way. (Published Wednesday, Feb
confirmed that. Kids who bully and are bullied are more likely to live with abuse at home. This doesn't mean that in all cases kids have seen it at home, but parents matter, as do all adults who work with and mentor children.
When I'm up and I'm available to photograph [this] beautiful part of the world, part of Canada, it's my way to kind of give back,” Valberg said. Valberg does this by handing bags full of brand-new hockey equipment to youth in
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