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NHL alumni to play in St. Paul

The St. Paul Junior Canadiens Alumni Foundation made big strides this year despite the pandemic and hope to see that momentum continue through increased participation by alumni and increased support of the local hockey club. Opportunities for that participation are coming in the form of hockey games against Montreal Canadiens …

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AJHL announces schedule for next round of regular season play

The Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) has announced the new team cohort groups and game schedule for the next two weeks of competition under the AJHL Return to Play Plan. Games will continue to be played exclusively on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with the next round of game play slated …

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Ropers ready for St. Paul High School Rodeo

More details have been released about how the upcoming St. Paul High School Rodeo will be managed in light of COVID-19 restrictions. The Alberta High School Rodeo Association was granted an exemption for their events several weeks ago. According to St. Paul Ag Society President Doug Drolet, they plan to …

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Lakeland Lacrosse hopes to begin practices soon

Lakeland Heat Lacrosse is hoping to fire up this week. After the local lacrosse association couldn’t hold a season last year due to public health restrictions, there is optimism to have something for the players to do this time around. “We’re hoping maybe to start next week with practices of …

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St. Paul’s Owen Boucher joins WHL hockey bubble

A seventeen-year-old from St. Paul is now living in the Western Hockey League’s bubble at the University of Regina after being signed by the Winnipeg Ice. Defenceman Owen Boucher is in his rookie season with the WHL after being drafted in the eighth round of the 2019 Bantam draft, 157th …

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High school rodeo season gets exemption

There will be a high school rodeo event in St. Paul April 16 – 18 according to St. Paul Ag Society President Doug Drolet. While the details around how exactly the event will run are still being worked out, Drolet said he and everyone else are very happy with the …

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WPCA cancels two 2021 race events due to pandemic

The World Professional Chuckwagon Association(WPCA) regrets to announce the cancellation of two shows scheduled for the 2021 WPCA Pro Tour. With less than two months until their scheduled event and no clear COVID-19 guidelines in place related to outdoor live event mass gatherings, the Grande Prairie Stompede has been forced …

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