International Competition Experience Inspires Local Youth

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Karen Graham In case you missed it, Cody Caldwell’s Wheelchair Rugby Team took the gold medal in last month’s Para Pan Games, beating out the rival US team in a tight game. The team started slow and was behind half way through the event, but brought a strong finish, edging … Continue reading

September is National Yoga Awareness Month

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 Sarah Sobanski It may be time to hang up that swim suit as summer comes to a close, but don’t let a lack of incentive steer you away from the benefits of regular exercise. Keep the routine from getting repetitive with a new class – fresh faces and finding muscles … Continue reading

Local Skating Club Builds Skills and Confidence On and Off the Ice

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Karen Graham The local figure skating club has acquired more ice time this year, hoping to continue their momentum as their membership grows. Theirs is a very inclusive group, providing skill development at seven levels of proficiency, from beginners aged three to five just learning to keep upright on their … Continue reading

Get a Bicycle Boost with an E-Bike

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Karen Graham So you’ve seen the signs and read about the beautiful cycle routes in and around the area.  The trouble is, those magnificent views touted in the write ups required mounting a formidable hill to take in the panoramic view.  If the idea of peddling your way to the … Continue reading

Wheelchair Rugby Athlete Cody Caldwell is Readyfor the Para Pan Am Games

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Karen Graham Last Saturday, Canada’s Wheelchair Rugby team reunited again in London, Ontario for the final preparations for the first ever Wheelchair Rugby competition in the Para Pan Am Games.  Local team member Cody Caldwell, who was profiled in November 2013 when he earned a spot on the team, is … Continue reading