eam Canada’s Women’s hockey team has completed a 24-game schedule featuring opponents from across the Alberta Midget Hockey League. On Jan. 21, at the Calgary Winsport Arena, Team Canada’s Women’s…
SAIT will be competing in the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race in Waterloo, Ontario. Each school must build a toboggan in which the running surface is made completely of concrete.
The Calgary Roughnecks currently sit in a tie for first place in their division after the first five games of the 2017 season. Although plenty of positives have been shown to build on, there are still a few areas of concern to sort out.
Conditions were constantly changing in Canmore. One minute the sun was shining, the next gusts of wind whipped the snow into icy tornadoes, but that did not dampen the spirits of elite biathletes who competed there earlier this month.
A small crew of SAIT students have been working for months designing a unique concrete toboggan that will be used in a national engineering competition.
The Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race, an annual competition, is being held at Big Rock Ski Resort in Kelowna, B.C. this year. Colin France, an MET student at SAIT Polytechnic, is eager to demonstrate the school’s engineering capabilities.
Hayley Wickenheiser is a five-time Olympic Medalist and arguably the world’s greatest female ice hockey player.