Worry not mortals. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has bestowed upon us the Christmas gift we really needed, but didn’t ask for – his moral divinity in an exclusive column for that oh-so-beloved, objective newspaper; the Toronto Star.
Maccabi Canada has launched its community sports programming. Coached by former varsity athletes Josh Shermer and Nicole Currie, the first developmental volleyball program was introduced this past fall, with a focus on introducing the basic skills of the game to our youth.
When you have a big heart and a warm spirit, it does not matter how cold it is outside. That was the feeling of Team Maccabi’s 34 runners and supporters at the 2015 Scotiabank Charity Challenge on Oct. 18. As a group and individually, Team Maccabi emitted heat on the streets of Toronto.
Sasha Gollish has another award to add to her resume. The Pan American Games bronze medalist and Maccabi Games champion was honoured in Ottawa Nov. 16, alongside seven other student-athletes as one of the top eight Academic All-Canadians.
The Canadian Paralympic community celebrated on Friday, November 27, seven accomplished and influential individuals at a gala in Ottawa, for the official induction ceremony for the Canadian Paralympic Hall of Fame.
Erynn Ballard of Tottenham, ON, riding Valentino Now won the $15,000 Braeburn Farms Hunter Derby on Monday night, November 9, at The Royal Horse Show®, held as part of the The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in downtown Toronto.
Seven outstanding athletes were named (October 14) as the Canadian Paralympic Hall of Fame’s inductees for 2015, who will be officially celebrated at a Gala on November 27 at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa.