Tuesday, September 28, 2021
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Flag football coach Saadia Ashraf wins coach of the year at JAC

by Rhonda Massad Pointe Claire resident and two-time Canadian national team quarterback Saadia Ashraf, won John Abbott coach of the year award alongside the girls flag football team who that...

Pointe Claire Village to have a Barre Studio to host the whole family

by Rhonda Massad Have you ever been curious about barre classes? Located in the heart of Pointe Claire Village, the new Studio Barre Plus can offer you a barre experience!...
Carrefour 6-12

Carrefour 6-12: West Island Youth Community organization needs your help

Since 1992, Carrefour 6-12 has been a community organization in Pierrefonds that specializes in youth academic perseverance. With schools closed since mid-March due to COVID-19, they have implemented a...

Concussions in Sports: a Reality for Youth Across Canada

By Daniele Iannarone This upcoming Sunday evening, Canadians and Americans were glued to their television sets watching one of the biggest annual sporting events in North America: The Super Bowl. ...
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Winning season for Pointe Claire’s Tiger Lillies Dragonboat team

by Rhonda Massad Last Saturday, 32 teams competed at the RCC Dragon Boat Race Festival held a the 10th annual Rideau Canoe Club in Ottawa. Pointe Claire's Tiger Lillies dragon...
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Pointe-Claire Canoe Club athlete represents Canada at 2016 Paralympic Games

The City of Pointe-Claire and its residents are happy to congratulate athlete Christine Gauthier of the Pointe-Claire Canoe Club, who will represent Canada at the Paralympic Games held in...
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Sledge hockey tournament hosted in Dollard for the first time

by Rhonda Massad Ile Perrot's Theodore Gallant dreams of going to the Paralympic games one day to compete on the Canadian National Sledge team. Theo is eight years old. "I love...
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Hockey Buzz: Battle of the Atlantic Part 1

by Dustin Kagan Fleming Alright with the season quickly approaching (and preseason already in full swing), it’s a great time to take a look at how teams have changed and...
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2016 Olympics in Rio – Pointe-Claire divers to represent Canada

The City of Pointe-Claire, is pleased to congratulate, on behalf of Pointe-Claire residents, athletes Jennifer Abel, Meaghan Benfeito, Roseline Filion and Vincent Riendeau from the Pointe-Claire Dive Club, who...
Montreal Hockey

A Brief History of Hockey in Montreal

Montreal, Canada’s second most-populated city, is rich with a history full of important turning points for the country. Nowhere is this more evident than in the sporting side of...