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Chaplains provide spiritual leadership to the CFL

Posted on November 8, 2016

When you’re an athlete, so much of who you are can get wrapped up in what happens on the field, court, or ice. This is especially true for professional athletes, whose sports are also their workplace. That’s why so many … Continue reading

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Emily Schaefer can’t lose when wrestling for something greater

Posted on September 30, 2016

Back in February, as the Brock University wrestling team captured their 5th consecutive CIS championship, Emily Schaefer found herself sitting atop the podium after winning gold in the 59kg weight class. “Making the decision to go to Brock was pretty … Continue reading

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Despite missing the Olympics, Philip Osei keeps the faith

Posted on September 15, 2016

Like many of you, Philip Osei spent the last couple weeks watching the Rio Olympics, cheering on Team Canada. Unlike you, Osei was not meant to just be watching the Games; he was meant to be there, competing in the … Continue reading

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Rudy Verhoeff quietly serves for Canada’s men’s volleyball

Posted on August 17, 2016

Canada barely qualified for the Olympics in men’s volleyball, sneaking in with a five-set win over China in the Olympic Qualification tournament in June. It’s the first Olympic appearance in men’s indoor volleyball for Canada in 24 years, but the team is … Continue reading

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Grey Cup champion knows the true meaning of victory on and off the field

Posted on June 21, 2016

What would you do if you went 0-24 in the first three years of your university athletic career? For David Beard, a former University of Alberta Golden Bears football player and now an offensive lineman for the Edmonton Eskimos football … Continue reading

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