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(CTV News)   "(I hope I can) inspire the young boys and girls who are growing up as minorities," Gina says. "That anything is possible if you put your mind to it." *   (vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca) divider line
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2021-08-16 7:05:57 PM  
Very cool.  Thank you for some good news today, Submitter.  TYVM.
 
2021-08-16 9:01:49 PM  
That was dusty-in-here inducing.
 
2021-08-16 10:13:21 PM  
Her sister is on the short list for the Olympic curling team.
 
2021-08-16 10:31:26 PM  
Well isn't that inspiring.  There are so few minority athletes today, minority kids probably don't even think they're allowed to play sports.
 
2021-08-16 11:06:38 PM  
Anything except growing up as a non-minority I think she meant.
 
2021-08-17 12:13:27 AM  
Is the asterisk supposed to mean something?
 
2021-08-17 3:38:27 AM  

Arkanaut: Is the asterisk supposed to mean something?


Anything is possible, if you live in a country that treats minorities fairly.
 
2021-08-17 1:05:46 PM  
"Campbell River girl pursuing hockey dream after being raised in Congo orphanage"
This article has it all!! It's not just an regular old orphanage, it's a "Congo orphanage"!
Didn't Gordie Howe start out on a Congo orphanage team?
 
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