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YOU WOULD THINK that all true Canadians would be behind the Vancouver Canucks in their quest for their first Stanley Cup win.
IT’S VERY DIFFICULT in this day and age of repetitive quick elections to come up with innovative headline-grabbing ideas that help to keep a premier-in-waiting’s name in front of the electorate, as they wait for the inevitable polling day to come around.
Are you like so many Canadians – a pet owner?
It’s one of the immutable laws of nature - when you’re down – the elements, somehow, just pile it on.
I cringed some time ago when I read headline suggesting the 2011 federal election would be the first election in which the full force of social media would be unleashed.
Just got an interesting e-mail from a friend – complete with a map of the location of earthquakes around the world. The map refreshed itself every five minutes.
I am always appalled to hear negative business reaction to proposals to increases the BC minimum wage.
The Ice Demons left it late in their Coy Cup opener, but they got the job done.
I am a Canadian citizen – albeit an immigrant Canadian citizen.
he Kitimat Ice Demons moved one step closer to another CIHL playoff championship by out-skating and out-scoring the Western Division Williams Lake Stampeders, 7-4, in the opening game of the best-of-three Riot Tinto Cup CIHL playoffs at Tamitik Arena, Saturday night.
The Kitimat Ice Demons, already down one game in the CIHL West Division finals, went over Rainbow Summit to meet the Prince Rupert Rampage at the Jim Ciccione Sports Complex, where the home team was undefeated this season.
And came away with the pot of gold.
It took a late goal, with just 57 seconds left in the 2-2 tied second game of the CIHL West Division finals before the Kitimat Ice Demons were able to eliminate a much harder-working Terrace River Kings, 3-2. Saturday night at Tamitik Arena in Kitimat.
The Kitimat Ice Demons took the brunt of penalties, but used a puck-control game and a hard fore check to earn two short-handed goals to beat the Terrace River Kings 5-3, Saturday, in the first game of the CIHL West Division quarter finals playoffs.