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Three Reasons why you should hate Yoann Huget

Toulouse finished Yoann Huget used to be our favourite Frenchman, however, he has now done more than enough to change our opinion.

Reason #1: He committed this malicious offence last weekend. 94 more words

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Tick Talk: My Day at The Six Nations Pet Wellness Clinic

This past weekend I had the chance to help out at the Six Nations Pet Wellness Clinic in Caledonia. It is a yearly clinic that provides affordable exams and disease prevention for the Six Nations community in and around Caledonia, Ontario. 704 more words


Sign up for the July 30th Rally in Hamilton!

Defend Kanenhariyo, Uphold the Silver Covenant Chain!

Rally outside of Hamilton City Hall at noon on Thursday July 30th, 2015.

One of the most significant legal cases concerning Kanyenkehaka (Mohawk) people and their relationship to the British Crown will get under way on the afternoon of July 30th, 2015 in a Hamilton area courtroom. 348 more words


Rugby Safety: Concussion Gate in the build-up to the Rugby World Cup

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Concussion, over the last few months the word has been simply inescapable in the rugby world. With the Rugby World Cup rapidly approaching the debate is threatening to overshadow the event unless something is done to appease the sports critics.  1,095 more words


Six Nations Super Saturday: One for the ages

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The final weekend of the Six Nations tournament was a rugby spectacle that will be remembered as one of the greatest days in rugby history with more twists and turns than a M.Night Shyamalan movie. 804 more words


The Onyota'a:ka Language

The Oneida people play a large role in this book, and as such, I thought it only natural to include their language. I was not unfamiliar with including a language in my writing to which I have little to no knowledge of – … 192 more words


Denmark's First Dual-Code Rugby International

By Dan Kelly.

This autumn sees the Rugby World Cup touchdown on the British Isles. Big teams, star players and famous coaches will play in sold out stadiums in front of up to 80,000 fans, who in turn will purchase world cup merchandise (and Guinness) in their thousands. 1,046 more words