A little while ago, we began running a monthly gaming column anchored on the Arts page but also on Tech/Science and we regularly publish features, such as our recent look at the history of video games.Given that a number of staffers here are avid gamers, we’d love to do as much on gaming as time permits. If you’d like to see more, please keep letting us know so we can help build a case for expanding our coverage. Come to think of it, why not? Just post it here.I’m puzzled why CBC generally ignores gaming.
This is 2011,” said Dr. Jack Ryan of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine at a recent meeting of the National Organizing Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment.Do you think more protective equipment leads to more risky or violent behaviour in sports? Do you play a sport such as soccer, rugby or women’s lacrosse that requires less protective gear? Let us know what you think.Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh returns to Toronto to face his former team Wednesday. (Michael Conroy/Associated Press)Miami Heat all star Chris Bosh returns to face his former team in Toronto for the first time Wednesday.The Toronto Raptors drafted Bosh in 2003 and fans watched him blossom from a talented rookie to becoming one of the league’s most highly skilled big men.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfilePrime Minister Stephen Harper set off an alarm last month, when he suggested that Canada couldn’t afford to pay Old Age Security benefits for boomers who will be retiring in the next 20 years. Government finance experts were aghast. Continue reading this postKira Vermond: Humour on the jobHey, have you heard the one about the employee with a great sense of humour? Maybe he’s on to something.
No head contact, or even accidental intrusion with the stick or body into an imaginary sphere around the head, called the halo. No shooting at the net when a defender is in line with the goal.In December, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association voted 9 2 to keep the ban on hard helmets in the women’s game. Lacrosse also supports the ban.Safety advocates, however, call the ban outdated.”Somebody’s got to stand up and say, What are you doing? This to me is like, come on, you’re not serious.
I eventually want to be a hospice NP because I been there through the deaths of so many family members and a few friends and I see the difference good hospice care can make. I know what to say, how to say it, and when. Someday I get there. The plants I bought were grown in full sun, but I think the harsher sun and weather at my house has burnt them. I also may have over watered them. I am still trying to recognize the signs, and some got dried out from the sun and then perhaps hit with too much water.