Bantam AA Selects off to Atlantics

STELLARTON – The Fundy-Highland Selects hope they can capture the Atlantic Bantam AAA female hockey championship. The Selects are representing Nova Scotia at the championship in Carbonear, N.L. after winning four of five games to earn the provincial Bantam AA banner. They are competing as a AAA team because Nova Scotia does not have a...

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Metro nips Peewee AA Selects

PICTOU – The Fundy-Highland Selects have been denied a Hockey Nova Scotia Peewee AA female hockey banner. Metro West Force White edged the Selects 1-0 on Sunday in the championship game at Hector Arena. The Selects dominated most of the game but could not cash in any scoring chances. Metro West Force White forced the...

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Selects drop Midget AAA tilt

The Northern Subway Selects put their Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League league-leading undefeated streak on the line on Saturday at the Pictou County Wellness Centre against Metro Boston Pizza. The Selects lost their first regular-season game, coming out on the short end of a 5-3 score. Despite two losses at the recent DQ tournament...

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Bread price fixing class action commenced on behalf of Canadian consumers

TORONTO – Irene Brockton, a resident of Elliot Lake, Ont., and an anti-poverty activist, has started a proposed class action in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice seeking $1 billion in damages on behalf of all Canadian purchasers of bread and other packaged baked goods. On December 19, 2017, George Weston Ltd. and Loblaw Companies...

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Selects capture Bantam A banner

YARMOUTH – The Pictou County Subway Selects went undefeated to earn the Bantam A Division championship last weekend at the Chicks with Sticks female hockey tournament in Yarmouth. The Selects went 4-0 in the round robin while outscoring their opponents, Metro East Inferno Gold and Metro West Force Orange, 9-1 to earn a bye to...

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Junior hockey loop reaches 50th year

It was a long time ago. So long ago that, yes, the Toronto Maple Leafs were the Stanley Cup champions and the National Hockey League was just getting ready to expand from its Original Six status. So long ago that Don Cherry was still playing defence in minor pro hockey, still years away from coaching...

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