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Girls Games

Have you heard about Mo’Ne Davis? The 13 year old has taken the world by storm. She became the first girl to pitch a shut-out in the Little League World Series, and earn a win! 583 more words

Thoughts From My Heart

No Hurdle Too High for Pickering, Ontario's Own

By Daniel McKenzie

February 25, 2015.

A Canadian track and field star says she uses her sport as a metaphor for life.

On Thursday, Canadian Olympian and world champion Hurdler Perdita Felicien spoke at Centennial College. 247 more words

Urban Playground (draft) Reflection 1

I stood looking at the ‘no ball games ‘ and my children attempting a climbing frame, then changing their minds. It’s another day, at the ‘playground’. 707 more words

Placemaking

Andrew Ference: '(Montador) was real excited about being a dad'

This is what breaks Andrew Ference’s heart.

His most recent chat, in December, with Steve Montador.

Ference listened to the hopeful voice of a close friend, who was thrilled about becoming a father, thrilled about embracing the role of family man, thrilled about his first full year of retirement from the game. 717 more words

Calgary Flames

Hard Lessons

It’s been a weird few days.

I started writing a few times, trying to keep it light ‐ about my Avalanche Skills Training course, new uses for duct tape, cougar tracks, Adam Jones and what I’ve been making in the lodge’s kitchen ‐ but each time I did, something bad happened. 1,336 more words

Youth in Action Summit

Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend a Youth in Action Summit put on by D’Arcy McGee high school as part of my school’s Social Justice Club and alongside our Student Council. 660 more words