Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


PIB's rising lacrosse star is trying out for Team Canada

PIB's rising lacrosse star is trying out for Team Canada

By Athena Bono, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter As the sun sets behind the mountains, casting a golden glow over the landscape of Sin?Bean?Tekton? (PENTICTON) Meadow Arcand-Squakin stands on the field with a lacrosse stick in hand, ready to face the challenges that lie ahead. A young syilx and plains Cree woman from the Penticton IndianBand is emerging as a talented multi-sport athlete with aspirations that extend beyond the boundaries of sports. Recently, Arcand-Squaquin took a chance by auditioning for Team Canada in women's box lacrosse, bringing her one step closer to achieving her lifelong dream. After seeing an advertisement online for the first tests of their kind, she did not hesitate to apply. The three-day event, which took place from January 3 to 7 in Langley, brought out nearly 200 Indigenous…

This content is for Annual Subscription, Annual Subscription – Corporate, and Print Subscription for members only.

Add your voice

Is there more to this story? We'd love to hear from you about this story or any other stories you think we should know about. Contribute your vote on our contribution page.

See also  Canada is within reach of a historic World Cup appearance
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Top News

In a harrowing incident that has shaken the community of Lewiston, Maine, a series of shootings on Wednesday evening resulted in a tragic loss...

Top News

President Joe Biden’s abrupt departure from a speech on the U.S. economy at the White House on Monday sent a ripple of speculation and...


A dangerous application appeared in the Apple App Store disguised as a known program. reported the Based on TechCrunch article. Dangerous app in...


Chinese scientists have discovered a little-known type of ore containing a rare earth metal highly sought after for its superconducting properties. The ore, called...

Copyright © 2023 Campus Lately.