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  • Saints Grade 12’s Playing Junior Hockey Out Of Town

    Saints Grade 12’s Playing Junior Hockey Out Of Town

    Louis Sujir, Staff Writer

    October 18, 2017

    This year two grade 12 Saints have left to pursue their hockey careers. Chris Douglas is playing with the Red Deer Rebels of the WHL and Jackson Munro is playing with the Meritt Centennials of the BCHL. Douglas a 6’0 right winger is returning to Red Deer after playing the second half of last season...

    Chris Douglas (left) and Jackson Munro (right) in their game jerseys

    retrieved from http://www.merrittcentennials.com/ and http://reddeerrebels.com/

  • Terry Fox Run 2017

    Terry Fox Run 2017

    Samir Dattani and Samir Dattani

    October 13, 2017

    On April 12, 1980 in St John’s Newfoundland, one brave man put his foot in the cold Atlantic Ocean, and set off on a journey of a lifetime. Almost 40 years later, on September 28th, the St. Georges Senior School participated in a special annual event, the Terry Fox Run. This year, the run took place...

    Students and staff begin the annual Terry Fox Run

    Ben Steiner

  • Canucks Season Preview

    Canucks Season Preview

    Ben Steiner, Chief Magician

    October 13, 2017

      October 4th 2017- With the Canucks set to open their season against Edmonton on Saturday, the Creed previews what could be on tap for the Canucks this season. After finishing 28th and 29th in the past two seasons, the good news for the Canucks, is there is only one direction to go t...

  • Sea to Sky: A Week to Remember?

    Sea to Sky: A Week to Remember?

    Aden Gill, Staff Writer

    October 13, 2017

    The outdoor education programme at St. George’s is one that is unparalleled by any other school in the Lower Mainland. It starts in Grade One, with a day trip to Spanish Banks; and goes all the way to Grade 10, with the boys having the opportunity to go on a trip of their choice, whether it be roc...

    Henry Chan (back) and Phil Wu (front) pose in front of a scenic background during their hike of the South Chilcotin Mountains.

    Derek Tung

  • Anvil Island: The warmth of community amidst the freezing rain

    Anvil Island: The warmth of community amidst the freezing rain

    Christopher Ma, Staff Writer

    October 11, 2017

    Traditionally, nobody likes being in the rain. However, on this rainy weekend on Anvil Island, the boys didn’t seem to mind. Between Friday the 7th to 10th, our students went to Anvil Island, which is an island off the coast of Lions Bay. The last few years, the weather had been warm and sunny. Howev...

    Boarders ready to dive into to cold lake. From left to right: Michel, Run Bo, Santiago, Leonard, Alec, Issac, Shayne, Jason, Anton, Racan, Roberto

    Alan Hesketh

Mutually-Assured Destruction Resurfaces as an option for the US, in the Battle for Korean Regional Stability

Mutually-Assured Destruction Resurfaces as an option for the US, in the Battle for Korean Regional Stability

David Guo, Staff Writer

Kim Jong-un is sending a message that could hardly be any clearer. He will not be stopped, not by sanctions, nor the quaint words of denunciation from just about anybody. North...

October 11, 2017No Comments

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Saints Grade 12’s Playing Junior Hockey Out Of Town

Saints Grade 12’s Playing Junior Hockey Out Of Town

Louis Sujir, Staff Writer

This year two grade 12 Saints have left to pursue their hockey careers. Chris Douglas is playing with the Red Deer Rebels of the WHL and Jackson Munro is playing with the...

October 18, 2017 • Comments closed

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Boarders ready to dive into to cold lake. From left to right: Michel, Run Bo, Santiago, Leonard, Alec, Issac, Shayne, Jason, Anton, Racan, Roberto

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