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March 15, 2014 - Roller Derby doubleheader came to Rockland
Canada beats Czech Republic 1-0 in Paralympics thriller...Bourget's Marc Dorion there
Ottawa 67's, Gatineau Olympiques pre-season match-up in Rockland on Sept. 6, 2013

Clarence Rockland Classic (bicycle) Race Report, Photos
Rockland's Derek Roy traded from Dallas to Vancouver
Gatineau Olympiques sign ex-Ottawa 67's goalie
Pro baseball returning to Ottawa

Ottawa 67's, Gatineau Olympiques play in Rockland on Sept. 8, 2012

Gatineau Olympiques train in Rockland
Ottawa Sun Scramble City Championship held at Rockland's Outaouais Golf Club
2012 Canadian Men's Amateur Golf Championship - results...
Ashlea Maddex shooting for this summer's olympics

Sunday, July 8 - 1st Annual Kevin Lalande Hockey Classic
Local golf courses need volunteers for 2012 Canadian Men's Amateur Golf Championship

Rockland United Soccer Club 2012 registrations

Clarence Castors/Beavers - playing in EOJHL All Star Game

There is Public Skating at the CIH Arena

Rockland and Navan Cruise Nights
Clarence Creek Castors (Beavers) - local champs
Rockland Peewee Minor AA brings home the Gold from Toronto tournament
Katie Weatherston's Hockey Camps
Alfred's Benoit Pouliot (also played for Clarence Creek)
Ottawa Public Library offering free X-country ski passes to Ottawa library goers

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Jean-Marc Lalonde Arena
Roller Derby doubleheader came to Rockland

(Saturday, March 15, 2014) Our local arena is the home base for the Rideau Valley Roller Girls. Their spokesperson said "Our first game of the 2014 Season is a Double Header featuring our newly formed All-Star teams!"

It’s a Roller Derby doubleheader as the Rideau Valley Roller Girls Sirens take on Moncton’s Muddy River’s Lumbersmacks, and the RVRG Vixens take on Alliston’s Misfit Militia, 5:30 p.m.., Jean-Marc Lalonde Arena, 1425 DuParc Ave., Rockland.

Tickets: $10, kids under 10 free.

We don't have the results of the events, however their media person, April Yorke, aka Scarie Antoinette, advised the Canaan Connexion: "We'll be back in Rockland next month and will be sure to let you know (ahead of time).

Check out their website for more news...
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Canada beats Czech Republic 1-0 in Paralympics thriller
Bourget's Marc Dorion a big part of the team

(Tuesday, March 11, 2014) Team Canada came on strong right out of the gate on Tuesday, taking two solid shots in the first minute of their sledge hockey game against the Czech Republic at the Sochi Paralympics.

But it took another 21 and a half minutes before Canada got on the board. With 7:27 to go in the second period, captain Greg Westlake shot the puck off the top bar and into the corner of the net off a pass from forward Billy Bridges.
Read more on this game...

In earlier news, "Dorion goal helps Canada to sledge hockey victory":
(Sunday, March 9, 2014) Marc Dorion and Ben Delaney have helped Canada to a 2-0 record in Paralympic Games sledge hockey. Dorion of Bourget scored a goal (see photo left) to help Canada defeat Norway 4-0 in a Sochi Winter Paralympics Games sledge hockey contest on Sunday. On Saturday, Dorion collected an assist and Delaney of Ottawa scored a goal in Canada’s 10-1 win over Sweden in the tournament opener.
More.... (Click on pic to enlarge.)
Read marc Dorion's biography here.
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Ottawa 67's, Gatineau Olympiques play in Rockland on Sept. 8, 2012
(Wednesday, July 3, 2013) The Ontario Hockey League has announced the exhibition game schedule for the 2013-14 season. It includes 49 games beginning on Friday August 30, 2013, and ending on Sunday September 15, 2013.

As in last year, the Ottawa 67's and the Gatineau Olypiques will mix it up right here in Rockland on Septemer 6. Follow the links on their website and you can reserve your tickets online. Read more...
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Annual race, results:
Clarence Rockland Classic (bicycle) Race Report, Photos

April 7, 2013 (Rockland, ON, Courtesy – The Clarence-Rockland Classic kicked off early Sunday morning under dark skies and threats of rain. For those who do not know, the race is an 81km cyclosportive “race” held over a mix of dirt/gravel (30km) and paved roads (50km). Despite the cool temperatures, 138 riders came to the start line, motivated by the fact that they would be racing their own small version of the “big boy” race happening at the same time off in France. Read more...

For full race results, click here.
For race photos, click here.
For the 2012 race information, click here.

You can also see more pictures taken by local photographer, Nadine Lamoureux from the Barnyard Studio. Click here (Sample below.)

(Photo courtesy Nadine Lamoureux, Barnyard studio)

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Rockland's Derek Roy
Gatineau Olympiques sign ex-Ottawa 67's goalie

(Monday, April 2, 2013) Rockland native Derek Roy has been traded for the second time in 12 months, this time to the Vancouver Canucks.

He started his junior career with the Kitchener Rangers of the OHL and was drafted 32nd overall by the Buffalo Sabres in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft (reference). The Dallas Stars picked up Roy last July, in a deal with the Sabres.

(You can check out his Twitter account by clicking on the picture.

According to one (CBC) report, "The Vancouver Canucks added some much-needed depth at forward by acquiring centre Derek Roy." Read more with video.
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Michael Nishi played in Rockland last week
Gatineau Olympiques sign ex-Ottawa 67's goalie

(Monday, September 17, 2012) The Gatineau Olympiques crossed the river to fill a hole in net. Goaltender Michael Nishi, 18, released by the 67’s last week, signed with the Olympiques Monday.

The Olympiques were in need of a veteran goalie after expected starter Robert Steeves, acquired in an off-season trade, suffered a knee injury that will force him to undergo surgery. The Olympiques also have a pair of 17-year-old goalies in Simon Bergeron and Eric Brassard.

Nishi, who played against the Olympiques in an exhibition game last week in Rockland, is 12-9-3 with an .892 save percentage in his OHL career. He played 17 games with the 67’s last season.

The Olympiques open the QMJHL reglular season Friday in Baie-Comeau. Read more...
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Pro baseball returning to Ottawa
(Thursday, September 6, 2012) Mayor Jim Watson says the capital will be home to a professional baseball team in 2014. He made the announcement via Twitter Thursday morning.

Watson says the city has reached a deal with Beacon Sports Capital Partners to lease and renovate the Ottawa Stadium on Coventry Road. Once the agreement is finalized, the lease will kick in as off January 2013. Read more: Click here...
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Ottawa 67's, Gatineau Olympiques play in Rockland on Sept. 8, 2012
(Thursday, August 23, 2012) The Ottawa 67's and the Gatineau Olypiques will mix it up right here in Rockland on Septemer 8.Follow the links on their website and you can reserve your tickets online.

67’s coach Chris Byrne promised it will be “more than an exhibition game” when his team re-ignites a Capital rivalry with the Gatineau Olympiques at the Smiths Falls Memorial Centre Sept. 7 and Rockland’s Canadian International Hockey Academy Sept. 8.

Both teams have been "evicted" from their respective arenas due to contruction and come playoff time, with the 2013 world women’s hockey championship taking over Scotiabank Place from April 2-9, the team is looking for a contingency plan. Smiths Falls, Rockland, and Nepean’s Steve Yzerman Arena will all be explored. Read more...

Related story: New faces galore as Olympiques begin training camp

Follow the Gatineau Olympiques while they are in Rockland, click here.
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Gatineau Olympiques train in Rockland
Ottawa Citizen) The Gatineau Olympiques have just hired ex-Canadiens player Eric Landry as an assistant coach and their training camp opened this week at the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Rockland, because of repairs to Robert Guertin Arena. Read more...

You can attend and watch the players. Click here to see the schedule.
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Outaouais Golf Club in Rockland
Photos: Ottawa SUN Scramble City Championship

(Saturday, August 18, 2012) A tough Outaouais Golf Club layout, with plenty of tough rough making it a rollercoaster ride at times, provided a huge challenge for competitors in the Scramble men’s B, C and D and women’s C Division Saturday. And it finished, in a three-team playoff, in the dark. Read the results and check the photo slide show. Click here...
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2012 Canadian Men's Amateur Golf Championship
Check the results...

(Tuesday, August 7, 2012) Two local golf courses will test the Canadian Amateur field this week. The Club de Golf Outaouais (CGO) (301 Outaouais Street, Rockland) and the Camelot Golf & Country Club off of Quigley Hill Road at Highway 174, will present different challenges for the 240-strong field.

While the rest of the Ottawa enjoyed a holiday before going back to work, the employees at Camelot and Club de Golf Outaouais were busy Monday putting the final pieces into place for the 2012 Canadian Amateur championship.
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Ashlea Maddex
Local athlete shooting for this summer's olympics
St. Pascal-Baylon's own Ashlea Maddex is working hard to make the National Team for the Olympic Games in London, England being held this summer. Her mother, Teresa Robertson made a pitch on Monday evening to the City Council for financial assistance to her daughter.

Councillor Bernard Payer, pulled a $100 dollar bill from his pocket, waved it in the air, and challenged the rest of the council and the puplic to match his donation. The mayor, Marcel Guibord, suggested that the council would consider a donation, to be determined later.

Ashlea graduated from Rockland District High School in 2010, after attending Rockland Public School. She went on to attend Ottawa University in 2011 and is am now, currently residing in North York, Ontario where she is attending York University part-time, while training full-time with the Elite Edge Group.

Read her profile and learn how YOU can help Ashlea achieve her goal with a financial donation.
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Sunday, July 8 - 1st Annual Kevin Lalande Hockey Classic
The First Annual Kevin Lalande (Hockey) Classic takes place at the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Rockland on Sunday, July 8, starting with Sledge Hockey Showcase at 1:45 p.m. followed by a Celebrity Hockey Game ($15.00) at 3:00 p.m. This will be followed by a Benefit Dinner ( $80.00). For full details (ticket sales, schedules, accomodation) click here. For a list of the confirmed players who will be attending, click here.

Kevin Lalande began his hockey career at age seven with the Clarence Creek's Beavers. At age nine he was playing for the Cobra's in Eastern Ontario until the age of 15. He is currently playing with Dinamo Minsk in the Belarusian ice hockey club.

From his website: The Kevin Lalande Foundation was created to help those in need. With the dream of getting more involved in his community and to make a difference in the lives of others, hockey player Kevin Lalande decided to launch this exciting adventure. « I have long been looking for a way to get involved; this foundation represents the realization of an important goal for me and feeds my desire to meet new challenges ». In 2012, The Kevin Lalande Classic has chosen the Make-A-Wish® Foundation as its beneficiary to help grant wishes for children with life threatening illnesses.

Click here for more information or contact Ginette Piquette at: 613-229-5137. More sports news here.
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Local golf courses need volunteers for upcoming tournaments

Now that her two-year term as Ottawa Valley Golf Association (OVGA) president has ended, Jean Stone-Seguin can devote even more time to her duties as head of the host committee for the 2012 Canadian Men's Amateur Golf Championship.

The event, perhaps the third-most significant golf tournament in Canada behind the men's and women's Canadian Opens, will be held Aug. 7-10. The field of roughly 240 players will split the first two rounds between Camelot Golf and Country Club in Cumberland and Club de Golf Outaouais in Rockland, and the final two rounds will be played at Camelot.

During the OVGA AGM, Stone-Seguin said the committee's goal was to line up 200-250 volunteers for the championship. Links for signing up are available on the home pages of the websites of both clubs: and Read more...
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Clarence-Rockland Classic 2012 Bicycle Road Race
Report, Results and Photos

(Rockland, ON, April 17, 2012) – Mike Woods (Stevens), Julie Lafrenière (Stevens), and Yohan Patry (Rocky Mountain) won their respective categories in the 3rd annual Clarence-Rockland Classic hosted by Ride with Rendall this past Sunday.

A total of 150 bike racers from Ontario and Quebec were greeted with nicer-than-expected weather and rougher-than-anticipated gravel this weekend at the Clarence-Rockland Classic. The field included such standouts as national team members Evan McNeely and Patry.

Click here to read more and view pictures. Click here to read related blog. Click here to read a related report f rom the Fiera Race Team.

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Rockland United Soccer Club 2012 registrations

The Rockland United Soccer Club (RUSC) is now taking registrations for their upcoming season which will include house leagues, gender-based teams, competitive teams and for this year, adult teams. As noted below, there are several ways to register.

RUSC president, Duane Rudeen, tells us that registration started on January 17 and will continue until March 31. They will be holding an Open House "walk in registration" this Saturday at 687 Laurier Street in Rockland (The Rockland Museum building) from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Tuesday, February 29th is the last date for Regular Registration then as of March 1, they will be charging a late fee of $25

For 2012, they plan to have individual house leagues for U4, U5, U6 and U7 and they are planning on gender-based teams at U9 and U11. For competitive players, they are having Competitive Team tryouts at Rockland District High School from Thursday, February 23 through March 2. The schedule is on their website.

This year, they are looking at having four Adult teams for the coming summer. Registration is through the RUSC and they will forward the names to the relevant adult team coaches. After that, they get ready for the season.

They are always looking for coaches, especially for their House League teams.
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Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League:
Metro / Valley Conference - All Star Games

(Note: we published this story a few weeks before the event, and asked the team to contact us about the individual players who would be named to the All Star teams, however they did not reply to our request. -Editor)

The Clarence Creek Castors (Beavers) will have players in the upcoming Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League All Star Games. We will announce them shortly. See their photo below.

Two games are coming up to demonstrate EOJHL talent. They are on
February 11th, 2012, at the Walter Baker Sports Centre, 100 Malvern Drive in Nepean. Info:

  • Prospects: Game 2:15 Rink A
  • Veterans: Game 2:45 Rink B
  • Tickets $10.00 at door

Click here for more information
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There is Public Skating at the CIH Arena

Did you know that you can skate at the new Canadian International Hockey Arena? They will have public skating there until March.

Here is their hand-out schedule:

  • Monday 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Seniors only)
  • Wednesday 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
  • Thursday 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Pre-schoolers and their parents)
  • Sunday 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
  • (Free Public Skating on Tuesday's for seniors and Thursday's for pre-schoolers and ther parents)

Unless designated as free, there is a cost: $4 for adults; $2 for seniors; $2 for children and students with a student pass.

The phone number is: 613-446-6299
Their email is:
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Rockland, Navan and Alexandria Cruise Nights
(NOTE: we are still waiting for the 2012 schedule)

Rockland - Every Tuesday

A&W / Rockland Cruise Nights
May 17 to September 13, 2011
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Rockland Plaza (at the A&W)
Hwy 17 & Chamberland Street
Jean Luc Martin 613 294 2632
Louise Martin 613 299 3171

Navan - Every Thursday

Navan Cruise Night
May 5 to September 15, 2011
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Navan Arena, Colonial Road (LocationMay Change!)
BBQ and free door prizes.
Ray Lanthier at 613-835-3397

Rockland - One Sunday Per Month

Boston Pizza Restaurant
May 22, June 12, July 17, Sept. 11, 2011
4:30 p.m to 8:00 p.m
Free to car owners and the public. Open
to all years, makes and models.

Alexandria - Every Thursday

Alexandria Cruise Night
May 12 to October 6, 2011
Runs from 6:00 PM until Dusk
at the Dairy Queen.
Bruno Lauzon at 613-525-3850

Curran - Two dates

Canadian Classic Cars Annual Show
Sunday, May 29, 2011
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m
Paul Dube at 613-673-2277

Cumberland - Annual Event

Cumberland Heritage Village
Museum 2011 Car Show

Sunday July 17th from 10 a.m to 5 p.m.
Contact: Patricia Lamarche at
613-833-3059 Ext. 232

There are many Cruise Night locations and Car Show activities throughout the region. Their website says:

Ottawa Cruise Nights
is the place for information on Ottawa and area cruise nights and classic car shows. If you live in the Ottawa area and love classic cars, street rods, custom cars and going to cruise nights, this is the site for you. You will find photos of a wide variety of vehicles from vintage automobiles to sports cars, street rods, pickup trucks and muscle cars.

Click here for more information and many photos.

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Clarence Creek Castors:
Hockey champs honoured by C-R Council

The Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League champs, the Clarence Creek Castors (Beavers)
were honoured at the May 2 Clarence-Creek Council Meeting
(We have the individual presentation pics if anyone wants them?)

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Rockland Cobras:
The Peewee Minor AA brings home the Gold from Toronto tournament

The Eastern Ontario Cobra’s Peewee Minor AA team from Rockland were recently crowned champions at the Toronto Royals 2010 Peewee ‘AA’ Tournament in Toronto last December.

An impressive effort of teamwork and determination placed the team first overall with a 3-0 record through the round robin play. Game one entailed a hard fought physical battle versus the home team Toronto Royals with the Cobras earning an opening tournament 6-3 victory.

Game two allowed the Cobras to hit their stride in a close battle with a determined Goulding Park Rangers in a heated affair that resulted in a 4-2 victory.

With confidence on the Cobras side, the boys finished out the round robin play with a dominant 5-0 victory over the Toronto Penguins.

The Semi-final versus the undefeated second place team from group B paired Vaughn Rangers versus Cobras which finished with a confident 3-0 Cobra victory.

The Cobra parents were fired up and were certainly the teams extra man on the ice during the tournament. The loud cheering and the “cow bell” kept the teams’ heart beat racing, as well as the parents on the opposing team! The enthusiastic support from the families was important as the players were feeding off the energy.

The Championship game placed the two undefeated teams to play for the bragging rights. The Willowdale Blackhawks came out strong and proved to be a determined opponent that wanted to keep the title in Southern Ontario. A close fought game and increasing pressure from the Blackhawks pulled the boys together and took a 2-0 lead that the Cobras would hold to the final buzzer to take the Championship.

Head coach Brian Melee says local Rockland area players Nathan Melee, Maxime Habel and Samuel Labre were key in the path to victory.

Great job team! The players would like to pass on their appreciation to the families and fans as at moments, sounded as if we they had 1000 people cheering them on.

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Feature: Alfred's Benoit Pouliot (also played for Clarence Creek)
(Courtesy the Orleans Star) Growing up in Alfred, half way between Montreal and Ottawa, Benoit Pouliot had to choose his National Hockey League allegiance.

Would he be a Montreal Canadiens supporter or cheer for his home-province Ottawa Senators? He chose the…Pittsburgh Penguins?

Nowadays Pouliot doesn't go to see either the Sens or the Pens play. Recently, he was in town to play with the Canadiens against the Senators at Scotiabank Place. Playing in the NHL is a long way from the time he spent with the junior B
Clarence Creek Beavers.

For the full story, click here.
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Ottawa Public Library offering free cross-country skiing passes
For Ottawa Residents:
For library goers: As a pilot project, for Ottawa residents who are library goers, 75 Gatineau Park crossss-country ski passes are now part of the Ottawa Public Library's collection as a result of a new partnership between OPL and the NCC. The pass, which is borrowed from the library like any other circulating item, provides free access to the trails for an adult or a teen (ages 13-17). The loan period of the pass is one week and it can be used multiple times during that period. Info:
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Five Gym-Free Fitness Ideas for 2011

Fitness should be fun and affordable. It should not be boring, time-consuming or costly. Make your exercise routine a bit more exciting this year with some fitness activities you can do without an expensive gym membership.

  1. Sports Hoop Your Way to Slimmer Shape
  2. Try a New Activity You've Never Done Before
  3. Join a Walking or Running Group
  4. Join a Sport
  5. Visit Your Library

For the full story, click here.

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Katie Weatherston's Hockey Camp coming up March 14
Since we posted this information on our web site we learned from Doug Janney, president of the Clarence-Rockland Girls Hockey Association that the December workshop was a big success with approximately 65 young women attending the school.

The second of two all-girls hockey camps being put on by
Katie Weatherston, Olympic Gold Medalist, 2006 Olympics, will be held from March 14 to March 16 at the Jean-Marc Lalonde Arena, 1450 Avenue du Parc, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The camps include three hours of on-ice time and three hours of off-ice time per day. They are for young women born from 1996 to 2004 (ages 8-16) and the cost to participants is $225.

Weatherston started the camps in 2005 in her home town of Thunder Bay. She offers annual week long summer camps in Ottawa, Thunder Bay, and Kenora.

"My camp provides female hockey players with the tools they need to improve their skills and raise awareness of the opportunities that are available to women through sport," says Weatherston. "Our goal is to offer the players a well organized, fun, and educational camp at a low cost."

This is the first year that she offered two Christmas Break Hockey Camps and two March Break camps in the Ottawa region.

March Camp
The second Rockland camp will take place in
March from Monday the 14th to Wednesday the 16th, Jean-Marc Lalonde Arena, 450 avenue du Park Avenue, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

This camp will include two hours and 20 minutes of on-ice time and four hours of off-ice time per day. Again they are for young women born from 1996 to 2004 (ages 8-16)
at a cost of $225.

You can learn more about these camps at the
Katie Weatherston Hockey Camp web site.

Clarence-Rockland Girls Hockey Association also carries some information.
(Photos courtesy Katie Weatherston)
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Navan Arena fire forces game delay

Players in a men’s hockey league were forced from the Navan Arena after a fire started in the canteen Tuesday evening. Ottawa firefighters and paramedics responded to a call after the fire filled the arena lobby on Colonial Road with smoke.

Paramedics checked one person for possible inhalation of toxic fumes at the scene.

Crews responded within seconds

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Ottawa paramedics’ spokesman Steven Leu said crews were able to respond within seconds after receiving the call just after 10:30 p.m. because the paramedics station is right across the street from the arena on Colonial Road.

No one was injured or taken to hospital after the fire filled the lobby with smoke. Twenty-two people were in the arena at the time.

Damage to the building is estimated at $5,000 and damage to the contents is estimated at $10,000. There is no word on the cause of the fire.

Video action at the Navan Arena - More...


Follow the Clarence Creek Castors on the EOJHL site

In the news...
(Arnprior EMC - Posted Jan 27, 2011) At Goulbourn Recreation Complex (GRC) in Stittsville Sunday afternoon, Stittsville Royals' goalie Erik Miksik turned in his second outstanding performance against the Junior Canadians in six days. He turned aside 43 shots to backstop Stittsville to a vital 5-4 victory. Ottawa outshot Royals 47-28.

The loss left the defending league champions just a point up on Ottawa West Golden Knights for second place in the Metro Division. Clarence Creek Beavers have all but clinched top spot in the Metro after two more weekend triumphs. More...

From Wikipedia:

The Clarence Beavers (Castors) are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Clarence Creek, Ontario. They play in the
Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League.

You can check out
their web page for team, game and contact information.


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Follow the Clarence Creek Skating Club on their web site

The Clarence Creek Skating Club is a community based skating club that teaches children and adults the basic and advanced art of skating. The club encourages everyone to skate for pleasure or for sport - to the best of their abilities. More...

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Follow the Clarence-Rockland Girls Hockey Association

The objective of the Clarence-Rockland Girls Hockey Association (CRGHA) is to foster and encourage girls' hockey throughout the City of Clarence-Rockland and surrounding areas.

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Follow the Cumberland Phantoms on their own web site

The Cumberland Phantoms Atom "A"
Hockey Team belong to the Ottawa
District Minor Hockey Association and
hail out of the most Eastern part of Ottawa.
Their home arenas are the Ray Friel Centre
and the R.J. Kennedy Arena in Cumberland
Village. The team consists of 17 talented
9 and 10 year-old boys who always try
their best.

"We give our all while we are on the ice and
ensure that we ALWAYS have fun," says
their web site.
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"we always have fun!"

The Cumberland Phantoms invite you to tour their web site and view the schedule, check the standings and read the player profiles.

(NOTE: This website has evidently been removed!) More...

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Bourget's Marc Dorion
(Click on the pic for Paralympics...)


The Eaglewoods Golf Center,
is located south off Highway 174 at 2492 Canaan Road.
Click here for their latest information.

St. Pascal's Ashlea Maddex was a
standout at the World Junior National Championships in Moncton.

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