World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 4 seed Canadian Milos Raonic placed in same half, could face off in the semifinals.
A recent video series featuring entrepreneurs from across Prince Edward Island has gained a lot of attention on social media. The series, produced by Island Advance, showcases nine entrepreneurs in P.E.I. from St. Peter's to Elmsdale and in-between, along with a preview video titled "The Faces of Entrepreneurship in Prince Edward Island."
Local Winnipegger Leanne Muldrew must have one of the most unique paths to the Paralympics. In 2000 she tore her ACL, MCL and knee cartilage while playing volleyball in high school, experienced multiple failed surgeries and infections, 12 years later was classified as a para athlete due to the results of the those injuries and then was selected for Team Canada going to the Paralympics in sitting volleyball. On September 7th, Ms. Muldrew will represent Canada as she walks into the opening ceremonies in Rio, Brazil. This is a moment no one could have imagined when her volleyball career seemingly ended 16 years ago.
The Lethbridge Lodging Association (visitlethbridge.com) sponsored chuckwagon driver Kris Molle for the 2016 Calgary Stampede as an exciting way to highlight the city and draw visitors to the area.
Western Canada Theatre’s Stage One Theatre School is proud to present Just Another Stage One Play, performed by this summer’s Performance Class.
Adding to a global network of festivals from Singapore to London to Sydney, Vancouver audiences will be treated to a variety of films from first-time and veteran independent filmmakers at the Vancouver Lift-Off Film Festival August 1 and 2 at the Vancity Theatre. Currently scheduled screenings include 2016 Lift-Off festival winners: Finding Beauty in the Rubble and, the Oscar long-listed, Contrapelo.
The Gardiner recently announced that it would hold a national competition to select a new monumental ceramic sculpture for the Museum's front plaza. The work will be unveiled on Queen's Park next summer, coinciding with Canada's 150th.