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Hockey for Hope: Jacob Project making donation to Hope Cottage through Bedford minor hockey...

WAVERLEY: A Waverley teen is thinking about others first this holiday season. Jake Boudreau, a student at Lockview High, operates The Jacob Project, an initiative he started some five...

Sportsmanship shines as Dragons play Winnipeg boys hockey team

LANTZ: The Oak Park Raiders from Winnipeg may have been disappointed that their trip to a hockey tournament in Halifax ended sooner than they wanted. But the face of disappointment quickly changed...

Russell, Spence, MacKenzie, Hughes focused on Tokyo 2020 chances

Waverley-based club has potential to land four athletes on Canadian Olympic team WAVERLEY: For those who think there’s an “off-season” for top competing canoe and kayakers, think again.

Cheema’s continued success relived with Hall of Fame inductions

WAVERLEY: Hurricane Dorian wasn’t about to dampen the party and fun for those attending Cheema’s 509th anniversary celebrations during the Sept. 6-8 weekend. While the originally scheduled events of...

Russell, Spence, Grant, MacKenzie strike national gold for Cheema

Athletes bring home 19 medals, including six gold, from Canoe-Kayak Sprint nationals WAVERLEY: Cheema showed it’s power on the canoe-kayak national scene last week, bringing home 19...

Chute defends double waterskiing gold

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Local waterskiing athlete Olivia Chute continues to show consistency at a high level in national and international competitions. Chute, a Windsor Junction product, grabbed two more gold...

Beaver Bank athlete competing at Box Lacrosse nationals

BEAVER BANK: A young Beaver Bank athlete will don the N.S. jersey this week to represent the province at a national championship in western Canada. The right-handed shooting...

Fall River’s Golden boys: Gravel, Cowan still on Cloud Nine

Baseball N.S. defeats Ontario to capture historic first-ever Canada Cup FALL RIVER: It was the strike heard across Canada, and especially loudly in Nova Scotia.

Making history

Windsor Junction’s Ada and Jane Tuttle add their name to rare list of sisters umpiring same game together WAVERLEY: As the first pitch was thrown — a...

Powell representing N.S. at Canada Cup U-16 volleyball

FALL RIVER: The volleyball bloodlines that run through the Fall River and Waverley area has once again led a local player to representing her province at a national tournament—this time on home...
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