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Low arena turns 30 despite 90s ‘naysayers’

Donated time, machinery, materials make arena dream a reality Every single nail that has been pounded into the Central Gatineau Arena has been hammered by a local volunteer. Every rivet drilled into the tin, every piece of glass installed into the arena boards,...

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Wakefield students go Grey Cup crazy

Hoyte’s surprise visit to the school had the students abuzz on March 14, as the born-and-raised Wakefield football star brought a little souvenir with him — The Grey Cup.

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Chelsea skier first Haitian to compete at University Games

Chelsea skier Theo Mallett is set to make Haitian history this weekend in Lake Placid. The Chelsea Nordiq cross-country star will be the first athlete to ever represent Haiti in the International University Sports Federation (FISU) World University Games. He said...

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