The drive from Kitchener, ON to Windsor, ON is a straight shot down the 401. The road is wrapped with farmland and clouds of dirt. At 19, Joe Rupoli was old enough to drive alone, but to his surprise, a car rolled up behind him on the 401 and trailed him to a rest area between the two cities.
Hockey Canada scandal puts problems surrounding sports culture under the spotlight
By Fredrick Thomas Reyes As eight-year-old Fredrick made his way through the dark blue seats of the MTS Centre (now called the Canada Life Centre), his face lit up with a broad smile reaching from ear to ear. His eyes were wide with wonder from the moment he stepped foot inside as he took in…
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