VOLUME 2 NO. 3

MAY/JUNE 2004

A Publication of the Canadian Amateur Tug-of-War Association


 

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DUNCAN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF CATOWA

EMBRO, ON - April 4, 2004

      At a special meeting held here this morning at the town hall, Peter Duncan, a veteran police officer with the Metro Toronto Police Force and a member of the Toronto Highlanders tug-of-war club was elected president of the Canadian Amateur Tug-of-War Association ---
 
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CAN-AM POLICE-FIRE GAMES SET FOR JULY 14

LONDON, ON - April 24, 2004

      Planning continues for the 2004 Can-Am Police Fire Games scheduled for July 14th in Grand Bend, Ontario.
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OTOWA ANNUAL MEETING
HIGHLIGHTS

EMBRO, ON - April 4, 2004

      The annual meeting of council for the Ontario Tug-of-War Association was held today at the Town Hall in Embro, Ontario.  Attended by twenty-two members representing seven of the eight Ontario teams as well as the executive, the event got under way at 11:00 a.m. with introductory remarks from the president, Joe Vermunt
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CANADIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT GAMES INCLUDE TUG-OF-WAR

BRAMPTON, ON - April 30, 2004

      On May 31st through June 5th, the City of Brampton will play host to the Canadian Law Enforcement Games.   Co-sponsored by the Ontario Law Enforcement Athletic Association, the Peel Police and the Ontario Correctional Institute, the games will offer ---
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CERTIFICATION COURSE HELD FOR
CANADIAN COACHES

EMBRO, ON - May 8, 2004

      Today, twelve members of the Ontario Tug-of-War Association attended a "Coaches Certification" workshop conducted by Jim Connolly, National Head Coach for the Canadian Amateur Tug-of-War Association.
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TUG-OF-WAR EVENT A SUCCESS AT COLLEGE ROYAL

GUELPH, ON - March 21, 2004

      Nearly 100 spectators gathered at Johnson Hall today to cheer on the five teams from the University of Guelph as they battled through an environmental handicap of mud and bitter cold temperatures to determine the tug-of-war championship at the annual College Royal.
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This newsletter is a
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Canadian Amateur
Tug-of-War
Association

Peter Duncan
President


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Malcolm Monteith
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