Hey Canada! Your 2011 CFL season is coming to a grand finale. Next week, Sunday November 27, is Grey Cup 2011 in Vancouver, BC (BC Place Stadium). (more…)
Archive for the ‘Vancouver’ Category
Canadians are demanding Men’s Hockey gold at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver – rightfully so, in my opinion. To cheer on our Canadian Olympic hockey team, here’s your 2010 Men’s Olympic Hockey schedule for Team Canada: (more…)
Want to watch the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony? I had to look this up last night so here you have it: (more…)
Stuck in your office but want to watch the Team Canada Olympic roster announcement live? No problem. While it seems every Canadian TV network is broadcasting the announcement live, there is at least one place where you can watch it live, online: CTV has will stream it live today at noon ET from CTVolympics.ca. I will see you there!
Update: If the video broadcast doesn’t work for you listen to it live online with streaming radio @ TeamRadio.ca
Yep, we launched the new sportaholik.com for Vancouver, London Ontario, Kitchener-Waterloo, and Guelph over the past week. You’ll notice a more consistent look among all of the pages. Also, the right sidebar contains information such as the most recently posted games (and, in most cases, a list of players who play the related sport). Let us know what you think! Enjoy!
All you Vancouver floor hockey players need to head down to Sears, apparently, where you can get a no-obligation, in home estimate for… Vancouver floor hockey? Huh? Exactly. It appears the folks doing the paid search marketing campaign for Sears didn’t quite set their keyword settings properly. They want to sell you flooring, not floor hockey – I think.
Those who prefer to find Vancouver floor hockey, sportaholik.com is the place. We just added a number of Vancouver floor hockey and ball hockey leagues for you to check out. Of course, if you don’t want to wait for league registration you can create a player profile today so any floor hockey or ball hockey team an contact you at any time to sub in or join their team. Likewise, if your floor/ball hockey team needs more players, make a post letting people know you need players. We’ll be starting to promote Vancouver sportaholik.com shortly, so stay tuned!
sportaholik.com connects recreational sport playing adults, however it’s always interesting to see what is going on with Canadian kids and their participation in organized sports.
Canadian children are getting lazier, as participation in organized sports declined significantly among the elementary-school-aged set over a 13-year period, suggests a Statistics Canada study.
New data suggests that only 47% of children in Toronto and Vancouver are sport participants. Also, those of higher income families were more likely to be playing organized sports than those of lower incomes. The top three sports across Canada, for children between 5 and 14 years of age, were soccer, swimming and hockey. More at cbc.ca.