Sometimes I find that the story behind getting an interview or story is often times more interesting than the story itself. As we approach the Sochi Winter Olympics, I've been reflecting on how amazing the 2010 Olympics were in Vancouver....

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Editor's Note: May need volume adjustment. This is the first video in a two part series. Baseball America https://youtu.be/7p9qIehpnVk Allan Simpson Jack Graney Award Winner presented by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.

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The RCMP Musical Ride is one of Canada's most popular symbols around the world. Canadians from coast to coast have an opportunity to experience part of our heritage and national identity. The first officially recorded Musical Ride was in Regina...

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The Capital One Rocks & Rings program is designed to introduce the Olympic sport of curling to elementary school children.By bringing the curling rink to the school gym we reach children that would otherwise not have access to the roaring...

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This is the 2nd segment of the series that includes videos of the Wayne Gretzky stick collection, hockey art, books and other artifacts. Quick Hockey Hall of Fame stats? Eleven 15' long stacks of hockey related material Over 26,000 published hockey books,...

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U.S. Figure Skating Champions Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto support Uschi Keszler, founder of Pennies in Action for breast cancer victims. Tanith Belbin was born in Kingston, Ontario and raised in Kirkland, Quebec. https://youtu.be/p3BBuV7twto

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"Pretty stupendous", comments Greg Keelor, original Band member of Canadian group Blue Rodeo. That was his first reaction when asked about his journey with Blue Rodeo that started with Jim Cuddy back in 1984. "Like any band, we've had to...

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Who says that selling spots for a bonspiel can't be like a rock concert! The Great Smokey Mountains Curling Club in Knoxville, TN recently sold out all the spots for their 24 Team Bonspiel in less than 11 hours, through...

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(Newburgh, NY) The Blind Community is often associated with white canes, guide dogs, and dark glasses, but when 25 blind and visually impaired hockey players from across New York, Vermont, and Montreal, Canada take to the ice this weekend, they'll...

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KOOKAMONGA RECORD: Meredith @deepfrieddiva from Barrie, ON is our first female and first Canadian on the Wall of Fame with a time of 40m 40s. Outstanding performance from the Canuck, congratulations. If you can finish the "Kookamonga" Burger in 60 minutes,...

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Uschi Keszler has been a great figure skating influence to Canadians that include Brian Orser, Elvis Stojko and Bourne & Krantz. Keszler is now VP at Iceworks in PA and founder of Pennies in Action. https://youtu.be/28E6TxsPKEI

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Many Canadians can relate to wanting to play for the hockey teams they grew up rooting for. For Ray Lalonde, his dream was to play for the Montreal Canadiens. While that dream didn't come true, he feels very fortunate to...

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March 24th, 2010 Interview with Coach Trestman The inspirational story of Marc Trestman comes to life in the pages of Perseverance, a poignant yet heart-warming motivational-biography that will challenge you to achieve heights you never dreamed possible. For more than...

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1. Where are you from and what are your interests? My hometown is Shellbrook, Saskatchewan, a small town of about 1000 people. I grew up on a grain farm one mile south of town. My interests included curling and playing...

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Saskatchewan native, Peter Friesen has had a busy summer. If you ask any of the Carolina Hurricanes, they'll tell you that the Canes Head Trainer is a high energy person who just doesn't slow down. He certainly doesn't act like a...

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Can you the recall the days when the Toronto Maple Leafs were Stanley Cup Champions? Those days are long gone, but for some, the memories of those glory days are still very real. Sharon Jull (nee Burnett) is the daughter...

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Spike Mendelsohn is looking forward to opening a Pizza kitchen in Washington, DC coming up in April. Based on his past history as a chef at Good Stuff Eatery in Washington, DC, my guess is things will go pretty well. The Montreal native...

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