The Medical Innovation Xchange (MIX) in Kitchener The Medical Innovation Xchange (MIX) is an innovation hub recently started by Intellijoint Surgical in Kitchener, Canada. Intellijoint Surgical is a medical device company based in Waterloo (few kilometers west of Kitchener). They recently developed a technology that provides the exact measurements and locations to help surgeons in […]
Rebecca Morse will continue to bring her versatility and leadership to the Riveters, re-signing for her fourth season with the club. The New Jersey native has been a valuable performer for the Riveters, spending time at both forward and defense over the course of her 37-game NWHL career, which includes an Isobel Cup in 2018. […]
Chef William Tse Launches New Menu Items At BC Place Saturday marked the start of football season in Vancouver with the BC Lions going up against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, and Michael and I were invited to watch the game while enjoying some treats from the new BC Place Menu. While the game didn’t turn […]
Mason Greenwood The 17-year-old is one of Manchester United’s hottest youth prospects, he joined United at the age of 6 and after quickly progressing through the youth system he joined up with the Under-18 squad for the 2017–18 season and finished as top scorer of the U18 Premier League North with 17 goals in 21 […]
Canada will be looking to make a statement on Wednesday when they face Mexico in a decisive Group A game. The Canadians defeated Martinique in their opening game of the tournament with a 4-0 victory. Jonathan David scored a brace while Scott Arfield and Junior Hoilett pitched in with goals. Canada have now won their […]
Yeh, I’m fine doing what I love to do, fooling around with nature, my Spirit is Free on the River, I’ll be here forever.
I know that the path I am taking may be seen improbable and it is certainly not guaranteed or easy, but no matter what I am told I am not going to ever give up on everything that I have worked so hard for. I am working hard now, in school, in soccer, in general […]
The Bridging Economic Reconciliation conference brought together industry leaders, government officials and Indigenous communities in Saskatoon.
Full disclosure: This series has little, if anything, to do with stats, facts, or analysis of the Minnesota Wild. It will not include an in-depth monologue on whether or not so-and-so will re-sign with the Wild. Rather, this series aims to put a face on the fanbase by highlighting the fan stories that started […]
Day 5: More of the same. Ups and downs with an overall increase in elevation. We ended the day at Logan Brook Lean-to; a 12.5 mile day. As we began a slight elevation gain, the bugs weren’t quite so bad. They went from insane to terrible (a notch or two on the bug scale). One […]
(Sunday 16th June) We had a lovely peaceful night on our buoy in Dochfour Loch, in fact the evening was so peaceful we got some amazingly reflective pictures; A lazy start and with a good breeze ….. right on the nose, unfortunately a bit of a theme going on here, we set off motoring down […]
They amble down the beach – he, tall, dark hair, broad of shoulder. Son, little – trit-trotting in front curly locks tousle his brow. Father, son, little, big mesmerized together – spotting a shell here, a tide pool there – stopping – bending low – gathering memories among the suds left from the last whitecaps. […]
Saturday, June 22, 2019 – Parkside Pub and Smokehouse 4:00pm Viewing 5:00pm Bidding $5.00 tickets Come out for a great cause and a great night!!! We are holding a silent auction and pub night to support the UDFC U12 Girls Whitecaps. The evening will have some great items to bid on and will feature live […]