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eSports, Gaming now Vital to Football Health
31 Mar 2021

eSports, Gaming now Vital to Football Health

Photo by Philipp Brügger from Pexels Sports and video gaming have a storied history – in fact, anybody over thirty years of age likely started their gaming career with Pong, a tennis game – but the two unlikely bedfellows are increasingly inseparable. Football, in particular, now owes much of its recent financial success to video gaming, a point that raises interesting questions about how the...

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A Year in Pictures: Our Instagram Memories from 2020!
28 Dec 2020

A Year in Pictures: Our Instagram Memories from 2020!

Wow, 2020 has come and gone, and what a very different year it has been! 2020 saw the COVID-19 pandemic change the way we do everything, and forced a lockdown that kept us all in our homes for several weeks. It saw new terms like “social distancing”, new problems like a toilet paper shortage, waves from a distance instead of handshakes, and the use of...

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Home Entertainment Services For When You’ve Completed Netflix
04 Jun 2020

Home Entertainment Services For When You’ve Completed Netflix

Netflix is undoubtedly the leading player in the online entertainment industry. It’s not only a hugely popular service, but it has also become part of pop culture. It’s seen as an activity, and “watching Netflix” has replaced the term “watching TV” for many people. They have revolutionized how people consume television. With the meteoric rise of the on-demand streaming industry, we are beginning to see...

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Canada’s Exit Puts Olympic Games in Doubt
06 Apr 2020

Canada’s Exit Puts Olympic Games in Doubt

Canada is the first country to state publicly that it will be withdrawing its athletes from the Olympics should the Games go ahead this summer as scheduled. The Canadian Olympic Committee expressed concern that sending its athletes to compete in Tokyo would present a threat, not just to its athletes, but also their families and every other Canadian. The Canadian Olympic committee stated that the...

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Canada takes the Bronze at Vancouver 7s in a Win against South Africa
18 Mar 2020

Canada takes the Bronze at Vancouver 7s in a Win against South Africa

Following Canada’s recent devastating loss in the rugby semi-finals against Australia, they had the chance to go for the bronze in a match against South Africa, a team who they hadn’t beaten in seven years, and they showed no mercy. The Bronze was the best achievement Canada had acquired since they earned fourth place a couple years ago back in 2018 in the World Rugby...

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