Calgary Olympians ‘so proud’ to support kids with classroom visits

Olympians and other top-level athletes connect with students in-person and online through the Classroom Champions program.
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London Knights improve to 5-0 with overtime win in Sarnia
The first of ten meetings between the London Knights and the Sarnia Sting did not disappoint.
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Crowd rallies to support Hope, B.C. restaurant defying vaccine passport order
Rolly's Restaurant has had its business and liquor licences suspended for refusing to check diners' COVID-19 immunization status, as required under the BC Vaccine Card program.
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Thousands of plastic pellets flood into Delta, B.C. waterway amid heavy rain
Environmentalists are warning the industrial pellets, which are used to make things like plastic bags, appear to be getting into the Fraser River.
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Canadiens come up nearly empty against Rangers in hope opener
Jonathan Drouin's goal gave hockey starved Montreal fans their only thrill in a 3-1 loss.
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Call Of The Wilde: Canadiens fall to the Rangers for third straight loss
Montreal lost 3-1.
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Toronto Public Library and TTC to give away PRESTO cards to those in need
Over 45 branches will hand out a limited number of cards starting Oct. 16.
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Matthew Shiltz finally wins first game as Alouettes' starting QB — four years later
"You can believe all you want. At the end of the day you have to go out and do it. I believed in myself. I'm here for a reason, just like every other person on this team."
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Toronto Maple Leafs defeat Ottawa Senators 3-1
Alexander Kerfoot had a goal and an assist while Michael Bunting scored his first for his hometown team as the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-1 on Saturday night.
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Kingston police declare homecoming gathering ‘aggravated nuisance’
Police officer injured as 8,000 revellers packed into the university district for the unsanctioned party Saturday afternoon.
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Environmentalists see Bitcoin mining power plant as climate threat
They fear a wave of resurrected fossil-fuel plants pumping out greenhouse gasses more for private profit than public good.
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Western dismantles Windsor in OUA football
The Western Mustangs improved to 3-1 and completed an unbeaten home record in the six game 2021 OUA football season.
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Dozens of U.S. lawsuits demand unproven ivermectin for hospitalized COVID-19 patients
Ivermectin is a drug for parasites that has been promoted by conservative commentators as a treatment despite a lack of conclusive evidence that it helps people with the virus.
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Kelowna, B.C. dance studio uses movement to improve teens’ mental health
"If I’m anxious, I just love coming to dance. I just feel a lot better because I can express myself."
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Final season for Pierre Gervais as Canadiens' equipment manager
Habs currently working to "define the parameters" for a new role that would allow him to remain with the team he joined in 1987-88.
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Okanagan non-profit building beds for youths in need
The non-profit group opened up shop at Vernon’s Rona location, where volunteers were hard at work constructing beds for kids in need.
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Stolen property investigation nets 7 arrests in Brandon
Seven people are facing charges after police in Brandon allegedly recovered a “large amount” of stolen property earlier this week.
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Winnipeg emergency services asked to look for savings by city
The heads of Winnipeg's emergency services are being told to look for savings themselves before drawing from the Financial Stabilization Reserve to cover over-expenditures.
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Missing 72-year-old southern Alberta politician found dead, wife charged with 2nd-degree murder
A 72-year-old man RCMP said was last seen on Oct. 8 was found dead, and his wife now faces a second-degree murder charge.
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Preserving Montreal's Chinatown: Mayoral candidates present their visions
“We are the last Chinatown in Quebec,” says Nathalie Mai of the Chinatown Working Group. “We don’t want to lose it.”
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Vancouver police arrest four after "die-in" blocks downtown intersection
The Extinction Rebellion protest kicked off 14 days of "constant disruption" intended to urge the provincial and federal governments to end all fossil fuel subsidies.
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