Hockey Hall of Fame curator Phil Pritchard, also know as 'The Keeper of the Cup', takes us on behind the scenes tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame archives. This is the first segment in a 2 part series. Segment...

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Kids all across Canada and the world have dreamt of playing in the NHL. For those who are fortunate enough to make it, they eventually have to deal with the transition of life after hockey. That transition may have been...

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When a passionate vision is combined with a proactive daily attempt to succeed, the vision will manifest itself into reality. To make these visions a reality, great leaders have a variety of people around them with diverse backgrounds and experiences....

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Rick Patzke, COO of the USA Curling located in Wisconsin, is excited about the upcoming Winter Olympics in Vancouver, as well as the overall growth of curling at the grassroots level in the US. While folks in Canada have grown...

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The past decade for the sport of curling has been a period of significant growth in the United States. With 149 of 165 clubs reporting membership rosters so far in 2011, USA Curling reports close to a 19 percent increase...

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"What adversity have you had in your life?" That's one of the questions that Sheldon Wolitski's recruiting firm The Select Group, asks all of its recruiting candidates. Wolitski, formerly from Calgary, AB is the founder and CEO of The Select...

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In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. That old Albert Einstein quote could certainly be applied to former Torontonian, George Katakalidis. His professional soccer career came to a premature end through injury, but opened the door to being a successful...

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Living in Hollywood, McGill Alumnus and entertainer Adam James, misses things about home and enjoys connecting with other Canadians. For James, those friends include other performers who have made their way down south and have created their own "home away...

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https://youtu.be/ZK1wGY-YDEM Find out RBC's connection with the 2011 NHL All Star game in Raleigh. https://youtu.be/Tgs2TgOP-NA RBC Bank employees, known as "The Performing Assests" prior to the All Star Game.

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Rod Brind'amour retires after 21 Years How many people would like to announce to the world that they are retiring from there current position? My guess is a lot of people would feel pretty good about that. For a professional...

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Today, former NHL'er Shawn Burr is a wealth management advisor at Morgan Stanley.  Since retiring in 2000, the 16 year pro credits his experience in being a players' representative for 10 years in helping him find his vocation for life...

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Canada's baseball presence on the world stage has improved significantly since Terry Puhl was a Major League All Star back in 1978. The Melville, Saskatchewan native had a successful 15 year career, primarily with the Houston Astros, and left marks...

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For years, many have know about the debilitating nature of headaches and migraines, but the sports world has added a lot more media attention through concussions experienced by players such as Sidney Crosby, Marc Staal and Marc Savard to name...

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Canadian expat Charles Bourque discusses the success of CanAM Golf from the RBC Cup in Boca Raton, Florida. Bourque is originally from Montreal. https://youtu.be/uP5b0OnOaU0

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Scott Walker was a hard working hockey player who played for a number of teams during a 15 year career that included Vancouver, Nashville, Carolina and Washington. The Cambridge, Ont. native played 829 games totaling 397 points. Walker was the...

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What was your first year like moving to another country? For Marc Trestman coach of the Montreal Alouettes, it was his first opportunity to travel across Canada and experience living in Old Montreal. It also included winning the CFL Outstanding coach...

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Steve Keogh, the Director of Communications for the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) is a veteran of 5 Olympic Games and as far as he's concerned, he's never seen the type of public support that Vancouver has shown in the 2010...

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In today's Global economy, the ability to provide a broadband infrastructure is essential to driving innovation, adaptability and the enhancement of skills. The Province of New Brunswick, has excelled in building a broadband economy and recently had the cities of Fredericton...

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https://youtu.be/nu0ChDqikks Hockey for Huggies Some mothers face having to clean out and reuse soiled diapers or have to choose between diapers and other basic needs like food. HUGGIES® recently conducted a study that found 1 in 3 American moms and...

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