crashed-ice craziness


Bells Corners sliding at the Westcliffe rinks.
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Will the city bureaucrats shut down the crashed-ice course?
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It would be a crazy shame!
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CBC interview with a rink rat. Allan’s a bit grizzled but he’s NOT gnarly.
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What will the Westcliffe ice kings think if the city honchos pour salt on the crashed-ice course?
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Safety always comes first for Allan.
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Sliding is popular in Bells Corners and Manotick. Tons of fun and healthy exercise!
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Allan’s ears never get cold.
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A veritable machine!
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Allan is also a key volunteer at Trips for Kids.
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The Westcliffe Park rink operator acknowledges the applause from the crowd at Hockey Day in Bells Corners.
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Watch from space as Bells Corners grows.
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Lynwood’s population is declining; Westcliffe/Bellwood has grown a bit since the last census.
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Lynwood has a lot of old people: 26.2% seniors! westcliffegab
Where have I seen this guy before? Oh yeah, here.

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3 Responses to crashed-ice craziness

  1. ottawaowl says:

    brakes
    City slams brakes on ice track in Bells Corners park.
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  2. Bells Corners Buddy says:

    Since he started as BIA head, Joe Varner has 18 posts on his Trump-worshipping military blog and only 2 posts on the Bells Corners BIA page. It must be nice to be married to an MPP! You just get paid for the job, you don’t actually do it!
    – Wonder what the job pays – maybe $70K? That’s a lot of overhead for the struggling small business operator on the strip.
    lisatigerjoedougthompson
    joe

  3. ottawaowl says:

    Talking out of both sides of his mouth, Rick argues the case for NOT shutting down the perfectly safe crashed-ice course and then shuts it down anyway. What a hypocrite!
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    “I, more than most on Council appreciate the importance of recognizing not only the risk associated with new and fun activities, but also the all-too-forgotten risk of reducing available activities to children. Bubble wrapped kids become inactive kids and the health risks association with that are well documented and need to be included in the mix when we make these kinds of decision. In addition, we need to consider other important benefits of assuming some risk to promote activity: emotional wellbeing, development of confidence and sense of competition. That side of the equation is often ignored and it is having disappointing impacts on a whole generation of young people.”

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