Borden Park’s upgrades are complete.
Improvements to the 20-hectare park include a pavilion with washrooms and vending machines, improved trails, and a band shell.
A new pool is slated for 2017. “We’ve moved into the design stage. The project is going ahead,” said Nicole Poirier, director of the city’s civic events and partnerships. The pool is the first in Canada to be chemical-free and use biological filtration.
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The time of board games is here. No longer forgotten and gathering dust on a shelf, board games have become a popular way for people to socialize.
At the Carrot Community Art Coffeehouse, the last Tuesday of every month is Board Games Night. According to Mary Ann Aquino, the Carrot’s operations manager, there’s always a good turnout.
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Nine years ago, Parkdale resident Marissa Ponich didn’t know much about sabres, a cavalry weapon used on horseback long ago.
Andrew Rusheleau, Ponich’s then-boyfriend (now husband) introduced her to sabre fencing when she was attending the University of Alberta. She came to love the sport under the guidance of coach Sergei Kazimirski, founder of Sergei’s Sabre Club.
Today she’s one of the top women’s sabre fencers in Canada.
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