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Roughriders legend Don Narcisse remains an ambassador for KidSport Saskatchewan

Kids and sports continue to occupy a special place in Don Narcisse’s heart.

It was in 1998, during the 11th season of Narcisse‚Äôs 13-year career with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, that he became involved with KidSport through SaskEnergy’s Catch for Kids. 562 more words

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The Saskatchewan Roughriders need to create new stars once again

Weston Dressler is now a member of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. John Chick has resurfaced with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. At this rate, Justin Bieber will soon perform the works of Mozart. 705 more words

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Vanstone: Regina Leader-Post's launch day is a reminder of all the city has to offer

My favourite newspaper is a new paper.

The reimagined Regina Leader-Post was unveiled Tuesday morning. Launch time was well before lunchtime, so this inveterate creature of the night toured the greater Regina area, groggily but dutifully delivering gift bags that included the first edition of the new L-P and, crucially, jelly beans. 621 more words

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Playing the game between the lines and in real life

Don Narcisse was 21 years old before he got to meet a professional athlete.

The man who visited Texas Southern University, which Narcisse attended in Houston, was James Murphy, then a wide receiver for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. 1,360 more words

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