Written By: Brock Smith New York, New York! It's a helluva town! 🎵 Picture this scenario:  There’s just seconds left in your match. With the score all knotted up, you receive a pass deep in the opposition’s end. You sense an opportunity, and you take it; with a burst of speed, you break the line, shake off two would-be tacklers, and dive in for the match-winning try. You pick yourself up, and in that brief space of time before you’re met with hugs and high-fives from your jubilant teammates, you allow yourself a moment to tune out the white noise in order...
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Written By: Mark Janzen Kingsley Jones had a week to get a young Canadian team prepared for a hungry Maori All Blacks side that was intent on proving a point. For the first 25 minutes, it looked like maybe, just maybe, the Canadian contingent – long on enthusiasm and raw talent but short on experience – could hang with a Maori side that was still seething from a disappointing 22-point loss four months prior against the British and Irish Lions. Then, the boys from New Zealand took over. Exciting some while silencing others amongst the nearly 30,000 in attendance at Vancouver’s BC...
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Written By: Chris Perotte All year, Canada has been celebrating its 150th anniversary of Confederation. Canada’s anniversary has been a great opportunity to celebrate our rich history and the freedom that we share as a nation. One of the reasons we are able to celebrate the luxury of freedom is because of the brave men and women who fought and continue to fight on our behalf. The Invictus Games in Toronto highlighted our Canadian wounded, ill, or injured servicemen, women and veterans.  The Invictus Games was held from September 23 to 30 and was of great importance to many who participated in this...
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