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03-23-21 06:42PM
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That is what Nunavut was out scored by in 22 national championship games. 10.5 ppg against. 3.25 ppg for.

Tell me why they are in any of the 3 championships???????

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Because The Department of Culture, History and Sport Canada pays CC huge grants to include the territories. It's all about the money, money, money to CC.

I'm ok with the territories being there. It gives them a chance to help build their sport, and the feds are paying for it, or our taxes are. If you ask their teams I bet they're fine getting beat, with just a chance of bringing home a win or 2.

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That is what Nunavut was out scored by in 22 national championship games. 10.5 ppg against. 3.25 ppg for.

Tell me why they are in any of the 3 championships???????



Because they are national championships and every province/territory should be represented. Now Northern Ontario, that's another story.

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i used to defend them but they arent getting any better. there's no sign of progress. they're way over matched. i dont think they belong there anymore. yukon doesnt do much better. honestly the northwest territories is the only northern representative that can challenge and even then only if its koe/galusha

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i used to defend them but they arent getting any better. there's no sign of progress. they're way over matched. i dont think they belong there anymore. yukon doesnt do much better. honestly the northwest territories is the only northern representative that can challenge and even then only if its koe/galusha



I have to agree with you. I haven’t seen any progress at all. Yukon used to be ok, but not lately

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Personally I'd prefer more money and energy towards building and helping the players in the Territories (which are as part of Csnada as the western provonces) than the Olympic.

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All fine and dandy that some want to develop the sport in Nunavut. Why bring in imports that lose also

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