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Step by step description of how a Salish Coast dugout canoe is made
Collection: Salish Coast Canoe Racing
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
The beauty of the sport as it began to emerge across Canada was its simplicity.
Collection: Pre-Game Skate: Origins & Evolution
Creator: CHIN
The Canadian Junior "A" Hockey League has eight member leagues encompassing 92 teams in 2000-2001.
Collection: Amateur Hockey in Canada
Creator: CHIN
Traditional Inuit target games, Bilboquet and dart games, are described
Collection: Inuit Games
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Experiences relating to racing a Salish Coast canoe
Collection: Salish Coast Canoe Racing
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Notman’s first school composite was made in 1871 for Miss McIntosh of Bute House, a "young ladies’ seminary" which stood on Sherbrooke Street at the corner of McGill College Avenue in Montreal.
Collection: The Photographic Studio of William Notman: The Composite Photographs
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
In 1969, the last piece of the future Canadian Hockey League fell into place.
Collection: Amateur Hockey in Canada
Creator: CHIN
Traditional Inuit games of jumping, kicking, juggling, and racket ball are described
Collection: Inuit Games
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
In 1898, the Ontario Hockey Association started a "junior" division for players under the age of twenty.
Collection: Amateur Hockey in Canada
Creator: CHIN
Originally, all players used the same sticks, but soon the goaltender's stick featured a thick paddle on the bottom half to assist in stopping pucks.
Collection: Pre-Game Skate: Origins & Evolution
Creator: CHIN
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