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United Way of Northern BC, Spinal Cord Injury BC and the United Steelworkers Local 1-2017, welcome Paralympic athlete, Marni Abbott-Peter to Prince George’s first ever Multi-Sport Day

On Saturday, 22 June 2019, from 12:00 to 4:00 pm, United Way Northern BC volunteers will be helping out at the Multi-Sport Day organized by Spinal Cord Injury BC.

This FREE and fun event for the entire family will be held at Masich Place Stadium, Carrie Jane Gray Park basketball and tennis courts.
Paralympic athlete, Marnie Abbott-Peter, Let’s Play Director, will be on hand to share her passion for adapted sports. She is dedicated to helping children with mobility related physical disabilities across British Columbia to become physically active early in life, to develop physical literacy skills […]

June 17th, 2019|Categories: Call for Proposals|Comments Off on United Way of Northern BC, Spinal Cord Injury BC and the United Steelworkers Local 1-2017, welcome Paralympic athlete, Marni Abbott-Peter to Prince George’s first ever Multi-Sport Day

Kearns named Honorary Chair of 2019 Commonwealth Cup!

Veteran Canuck Alumni Dennis Kearns was named Honorary Chair of the 12th Annual Commonwealth Cup 2019, brought to you by HSJ Lawyers.

Kearns made his NHL debut in 1971 with the Vancouver Canucks. He would, over the next 10-years become a star playmaker with extraordinary skill on offense and the power play. With 321 points and 677 NHL games under his belt, in 2014 the Vancouver Province rated Kearns as the 15th Greatest Canuck of all time.

“The Vancouver Canuck Alumni have been attending the Commonwealth Cup almost from its inception – 14 years ago. We always […]

June 6th, 2019|Categories: Call for Proposals|Comments Off on Kearns named Honorary Chair of 2019 Commonwealth Cup!

Vancouver Canucks Alumni Richard Brodeur to support United Way of Northern BC at the 12th Annual Commonwealth Cup!

Hockey legend Richard “King Richard” Brodeur is joining other Vancouver Canucks Alumni at the 12th Annual Commonwealth Cup on July 23rd, 2019 at Aberdeen Glen Golf Course in Prince George in support of the event’s charity of choice, United Way of Northern BC.

Brodeur began his professional career being drafted to the NHL’s New York Islanders in 1972 and later joined the Canucks in 1980 playing with the team for almost 8 seasons.

One of the most beloved Vancouver Canucks players of all time, “King Richard” is also an accomplished artist, siting his painting as his “second […]

May 30th, 2019|Categories: Media Release|Comments Off on Vancouver Canucks Alumni Richard Brodeur to support United Way of Northern BC at the 12th Annual Commonwealth Cup!