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Renewing our Parks and Playgrounds | Un renouvellement de nos terrains de jeux

Watch and share: I have pushed for increased investment in upgrading our playgrounds. Imagination Park, in District 6 at the ACC, is unique and fun. I am advocating for an exciting renewal of our older park equipment to keep our youngsters active, playing outdoors. 63 more words

District 6

Cellpic Sunday - 22 October 2017

Buckeye, Arizona.

The desert is calling and it’s not a wrong number! Lynn and I are getting ready to head south. We’ve already processed our mail forwarding order and are setting up appointments for things that need to be done the first week we are back in Arizona. 171 more words

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Cool eBay Find #127

I keep saying I’m not a fan of recreations/replicas but I keep finding ones that I do like. This is another car that wouldn’t suit a person who is of the shy and retiring type with its bright orange paintwork and massive V8 with side exhausts. 54 more words

Cool EBay Finds

Building the Gothic Arch Huts

For almost 50 years the Himmelsbach Hut has sat perched near Russet Lake at the head of Singing Pass.  The hut was built by the British Columbia Mountaineering Club (BCMC) and named after carpenter and long-time Whistler local Werner Himmelsbach. 447 more words

News & Events

Not playing around: Global capitalism, modern sport and consumer culture

By: P. Lunga

Smart (2007) raise a number of interesting issues relevant for students in sport and recreation management. In KIN 6300, we have discussed a number of social theories in addressing this complex and dynamic paradigm. 183 more words

Management

Vintage Toronto Ads: A Sporting Proposition in Muskoka

Originally published on Torontoist on February 26, 2008.

 Toronto Life, February 1971.

Your reaction to snow depends on the circumstances. The frequency of dumps the city has received so far this year has caused grumbling about blocked streets, dirty mounds higher than the average citizen and many a wish for spring to speed up its arrival. 280 more words

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