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Olympian visits Golden Valley School in Val-d’Or

Olympic gold medalist Kim St-Pierre visited students at the English- language Golden Valley School in Val-d'Or last May. The former goaltender of Canada’s national women’s hockey team told them how to stay active through the Build Our Kids’ Success (BOKS) program. Golden Valley School has participated for past two years in Fitness Reebok Canada Foundation's program, which aims to prepare children for success while staying active by using a free physical activity program that has spread to schools across Canada. The BOKS program helps children...

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St-Pierre Inducted into McGill Athletics Hall of Fame

MONTREAL – Five athletes, including three-time Olympic gold medalist Kim St-Pierre of Chateauguay, Que., a former Montreal Canadiens forward and a pair of ex-Montreal Alouettes football players, were formally inducted to the McGill University Sports Hall of Fame, Thursday. The induction ceremony -- held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel -- kicked-off the University's Homecoming Week celebrations. Other laureates include the late "Jack" McGill, originally from Ottawa, who skated for the Habs from 1934 to 1937, former Alouettes Matthieu Quiviger and  Peter Howlett, both native Montrealers, as...

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Kim St-Pierre fait ses adieux

La gardienne de but de l’équipe canadienne de hockey Kim St-Pierre a annoncé, lundi, son retrait officiel de la compétition internationale. Âgée de 34 ans, St-Pierre a remporté trois médailles d’or olympiques avec la formation canadienne. Elle a également aidé son équipe à décrocher le titre de championne du monde à cinq reprises. « J’en étais rendue là. Avec l’arrivée de mon petit garçon l’année dernière mes priorités ont changé. Je travaille aussi à d’autres projets donc le hockey prenait un peu moins de place...

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Kim St-Pierre announces retirement from Canada’s National Women’s Team

CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada announced Monday that three-time Olympic gold medallist Kim St-Pierre, who also won five women’s world championships, has officially retired from international competition. “On behalf of Hockey Canada and fans across the country, we thank Kim for her dedication to Canada’s National Women’s Program, and contributions not only to the team, but to female hockey overall,” Hockey Canada president and CEO Bob Nicholson said. “We wish Kim all the best in her future endeavours. Kim will always be remembered as one...

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Le Cégep André-Laurendeau inaugure son « Mur de la fierté A-L»

Communiqué Pour diffusion immédiate Le Cégep André-Laurendeau inaugure son « Mur de la fierté A-L » ! Montréal, le 29 octobre 2012 –  Le Cégep André-Laurendeau a inauguré son nouveau « Mur de la fierté A-L » le vendredi 26 octobre 2012 en présence du judoka Antoine Valois-Fortier, de la gardienne de but Kim St-Pierre et des joueuses de volleyball de plage Annie Martin et Marie-Andrée Lessard. Ces quatre athlètes olympiques ont été les premiers anciens étudiants à voir leurs portraits être immortalisés sur le mur du complexe sportif.  Leur...

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