Ponoka keeps municipal facilities open with new restrictions

All youth programs and swimming lessons, swim club and lane swimming will continue at the Aquaplex. Public swimming will be temporarily canceled as of Monday, September 20. Adult fitness classes will continue for participants who check in at reception before class begins and provide proof of vaccination, a negative, privately …

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Canadians galore at the Fall Classic figure skating event

Breadcrumb Links Sports Other sports Olympic Games Author of the article: Dan Barnes • Postmedia “ Canadians Vanessa James and Eric Radford at the Skate Canada International Fall Classic yesterday. Getty Images Content of the article The Fall Classic has never been so Canadian. Advertising This ad has not yet …

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[ICE TIME] Rika Kihira’s decision to train with Brian Orser improves Olympic medal chances

~~ ~ Rika Kihira’s decision to move to Toronto for the Olympic season and train under Brian Orser and Tracy Wilson continues a courageous journey that the two-time Japanese champion has followed over the past 18 months. Faced with the current pandemic, Kihira trained in Switzerland with Stéphane Lambiel and …

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Maker’s Mark Samuels House: How You Can Stay In Their Real Mansion Now

Courtesy of Maker’s Mark Even if you’re not the greatest bourbon connoisseur, when you’re in Kentucky you have to do like the Kentuckians. And why stop at just enjoying a little Southern whiskey when you can stay in the real home of the family behind Maker’s Mark? Samuels House, located …

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Hockey community unhappy despite capacity increases

The city is increasing the spectator limit to 45 in satellite arenas, citing the screening, the lack of buffer time between events. THUNDER BAY – After increasing pressure from user groups, the City of Thunder Bay has agreed to increase the spectator capacity in its six satellite arenas to 45. …

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London’s West End transformed into an ephemeral skate park

One of London’s busiest streets has traded cars for skates. A section of the Strand has been closed to traffic and turned into a temporary skatepark where Londoners can enjoy free shows and lessons, with the aim of greening the streets of the capital. The park, a collaboration between Westminster …

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Brazil Crawler Excavator Market Assessment and Forecast Report 2021-2027 with Caterpillar, Komatsu, Hitachi, Sany, Volvo Construction Equipment and Kobelco – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Brazilian Crawler Excavator Market – Strategic Assessment and Forecast 2021-2027” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The Brazilian crawler excavator market size was 6,799 units in 2020, with a CAGR of 5.26%. The report examines the current Brazil crawler excavator market scenario and market dynamics for …

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The skating association launches new programs for 2021

Stephanie Weber, Snow Plow Program Director, helps Wayne’s 3-year-old Liam Black. Many children participated in the return of the Learn to Skate program on September 13 at the Ice Vault at Camden National Bank. Contribution photo HALLOWELL – The Skating Association of Maine has announced the return of skating programs …

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Gilles and Poirier start their Olympic programs

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Ice dancers Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier wearing the Canadian flag for the 2021-22 national team. Like many other skaters, Canadian ice dancers Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier have been hit hard by the COVID-19 restrictions. Team Ontario was only able to …

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Figure skating duo James and Radford make their debut

PIERREFONDS, Que. – Canadian figure skating duo Eric Radford and Vanessa James made their international debut Thursday and sit second after the short program at the International Fall Classic. Two-time world champion and three-time Olympic medalist Radford announced in April he was coming out of retirement to team up with …

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