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le November 6, 2006

CPC Renews Itself in Board Elections: Qualtrough President, Plus Two New Board Directors


Leading the CPC is new President Carla Qualtrough, from Vancouver,
BC, a former Paralympic athlete, and two new board members made their
debut: Hugues Gibeault, from Ottawa, ON, as Director of Marketing and
James Westlake, Oakville, ON, as Director-at-Large. David Legg,
Calgary, AB, was acclaimed in the new p...

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le October 26, 2006

Jarvis, Hungerford to represent Canadian Paralympic Committee on VANOC, 2010 Games Operating Trust


Having completed a three-year term on the VANOC board, Jarvis’s
second appointment extends through to 2010. Jarvis has been a board
member of the CPC since 1993, and was president from 1999 until early

Jarvis competed at the 1992 Barcelona Paralympic Games and served
as the chef de mission for t...

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le October 2, 2006

Hall of Famer André Viger Dies


An outstanding Paralympic athlete, André took part in five
Paralympic Games as a wheelchair racer (Athletics), winning three gold,
four silver and three bronze medals. He also won the bronze medal at
the first demonstration event of the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1984,
becoming the first Canadian Paralympic...

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le July 28, 2006

Canadian Paralympic Team Reps First to Tour 2010 Games Sites


“Canada’s Team will be ready to compete against the best in world,”
said CPC Chief Operating Officer Brian MacPherson. “Our High
Performance personnel will spare no effort to ensure that Canadian
Paralympians reach peak performance levels at the 2010 Winter Games.”

A delegation led by Rob Needham, Senior M...

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le July 18, 2006

Feel the Rush Wins Again


“FEEL THE RUSH reaches out to all Canadians to get them excited
about Paralympic Sport, and to people with disabilities to get them
involved. In this way it aims to get more Canadians in the stands and
on the podium at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver,” said Henry
Wohler, President of the Canadian Paralympi...

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