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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 differentmunities in Nunavut through her not-for-profitanization, Project North. Through sponsors like cruise ship firm Adventure canada and First Air, Valberg delivers hockey equipment, usually 25 bags worth up to $25,000, to northernmunities each year. It's impressive, and doubly so when you consider Project
But it's not just how he looks. Gudbranson might be the most excited person in the terminal — he'll be helping distribute brand new hockey gear to youth in Arctic Bay this week. “First of all, it's giving back. The group also raises money through a campaign called Gear Up, where people can donate money for hockey sticks, shoulder pads, gloves, helmets and goalie gear, or a whole bag of equipment, on their website. “This is marking a really important year for Project
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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 themunity. Project North and Canadian Tire Corp. will donate 100
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 plan follows a Senate report that investigated why Canadians pay up to 40 per cent more for some consumer goods than their neighbours south of the border. Share this story:
RCMP officers fired sock round and used tear gas to break up an anti-shale gas protest in eastern new Brunswick on Thursday. Rebecca Lau · More · The National hockey League says it has reached a 12-year, $5.2 billion agreement brink of Niagara Falls · northern lights across canada . (*PLEASE NOTE: RCMP said in a press conference on Friday, Oct.19 — one day after this story was published — officers fired sock rounds not rubber bullets.) One protester
Nunavut sports and recreation gets celebrity support from two groups anizers brought up Olympic gold medal winners Hayley Wickenheiser, veteran of four Canadian wins in women's hockey, speed skater Charles Hamelin and bobsledder Kaillie Humphries, to meet and greet Iqaluit kids and families, “When we go into amunity, we usually donate 25 to 30 sets of brand new hockey gear,” said Michelle Valberg, president and co-founder of Project North.
Pinkoski had the idea for his study after he heard about a staged citizenship ceremony last year, in which government staffers posing as new Canadians were dressed up to resemble various minority groups. He wondered In "Waking Up Canadian," an ad promoting important changes to citizenship rules, items of Canadiana—from poutine to hockey sticks—are visible throughout the video. Yet a member of a . Feature Stories · Weblog & Reports · Podcasts · Archive.
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