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Canada’s Olympic success: Being one with winter

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As of this writing, the Winter Olympic Games are well underway in distant Pyeongchang, South Korea. Canada has sent its largest delegation ever to the competition – 225 athletes, competing in all 15 of the events in the snow, ice and sliding competitions.

Rouge et Or drop fourth straight game, fall to 6-6 on season

The Laval Rouge et Or men’s basketball team lost their fourth consecutive game of the season, falling to the Bishop’s University Gaiters by a score of 80-74 in RSEQ action at the PEPS this past Sunday.

Canadians host Japanese Pee-Wee hockey players

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

As most of the world has their eyes on the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, Quebec City turns its focus toward 59th International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament at the Centre Vidéotron.

This year, 120 teams from across the globe are competing in five categories: AAA, AA, AA-Elite, International B and Scolaire.

St. Pat’s sweep both games versus bantam Blazers

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Photo: Luc Lang

It was a busy week in high school basketball for both the Quebec High School Blazers and the St. Patrick’s High Fighting Irish – specifically in the boys’ Bantam CC division, where the Blazers faced both St. Pat’s teams this week.

Steven Cox leaves Finland with an 8th-place finish

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Photo: Mark Roe/Red Bull Content Pool

Ice cross skater Steven Cox, of Quebec City, finished 8th in the Riders Cup Championship in Saariselkä, Finland on Feb. 10, giving the Canadian skater 90 points in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship standings.

Strong current, wind, big floes and snow? No problem for ice canoe paddlers

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
On Feb. 4, at first glance, the weather felt just right: cloudy sky, snowing and warmer weather than the day before. Things were a tad rougher out on the St. Lawrence River. Nearly 50 teams of ice canoe paddlers were ready to face everything in the Winter Carnival Ice Canoe Race. 

What time is it in Pyeongchang?

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The 23rd Olympic Winter Games are just around the corner, and many of you will want to follow all the action that will be going on in the mountains of Pyeongchang, in the Republic of Korea.

2018 Olympics preview: 16 athletes from the Quebec City region to compete in Korea ​


The 2018 Winter Olympics will see, once again, a strong contingent from Canada. Sixteen athletes from the Quebec City area will take part in the 23rd Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

2018 Olympics preview: Welcome to Pyeongchang

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Photo: IOC/Greg Martin

The 23rd Olympic Winter Games are just around the corner, and sports fans (or Olympics fans) might need more than the usual program printout to keep track of events. A ton of coffee might be called for.

Difficult week for Fighting Irish sports teams

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Photo: St. Pat’s Hockey Facebook page

The sports teams from St. Patrick’s High School did not have a great week. Overall, the Irish basketball and hockey teams had a record of two wins and four losses.