Completing the world’s most difficult ice dancing test: The Alison Gregson story

Alison Gregson left the competitive skating world at 16.

Now, at the age of 44, she’s preparing for the final dance of the Diamond Dance Test in order to get her certification.

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No more handshakes for Hockey Calgary referees

Hockey Calgary launched a new rule this season to shield referees from the abuse of players and coaches post game.

The new ruling asks all individuals to refrain from shaking hands and interacting with referees as emotions can run high after a game.

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Calgarian powerlifter trains for national championship

Despite getting buried under the weights at his first competition, Anthony Singeris, a lifelong athlete, went on to be elected as president of Ravens Powerlifting in 2015, and is currently training for the national powerlifting championship.

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‘Puck’ up or shut up: How one family pays to play the good ol’ hockey game

For many, hockey and Canadian identity are synonymous.

In fact, according to a 2013 Statistics Canada survey, 77 per cent of Canadians consider hockey an important national symbol. However, playing the sport is not cheap and it’s becoming increasingly difficult for families to afford the financial burden.

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