Written by Brock Smith    It took nearly 15 years, but Al Charron’s long-standing Canadian appearances record finally fell. After earning his 77th cap against Romania at Ellerslie Park in Edmonton on June 17, Aaron Carpenter overtook his fellow Ontarian, who had held the record since his retirement from international rugby in 2003. Carpenter’s road to becoming Canada’s all-time test caps leader has led him down a long and winding path; his impressive 13-year national team career has featured dozens of tours and tournaments - including three Rugby World Cups - and is peppered with remarkable individual achievements, including standing...