CFL Grey Cup Live Stream: Watch Calgary Stampeders Vs Ottawa Redblacks Online — Hollywood Life

Nice job for Ottawa Redblack on the 104th Grey Cup CFL Championship this season!

For more information on CFL Grey Cup Finalist and Championships, please stayed tuned and keep it right here on CFL.ca! http://www.cfl.ca/2016/11/27/red-black-grey-ottawa-captures-first-championship-40-years/

It comes down to this! After a wild Canadian Football League season, two teams – the Calgary Stampeders and Ottawa Redblacks – will battle for the CFL Grey Cup on Nov. 27. Who will win this football championship? Click to watch.

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PlayStation Goes Deep Into Our Dreams —

PlayStation gets real with PS VR, not only do you play it but you live it. Introducing an entirely new way to experience gaming, making you the pinnacle of the extra-ordinary gaming world’s. You don’t only lose track of time with the PS VR but…

PlayStation was first introduced on December 3, 1994 in Nippon with the launch of the original PlayStation console. PlayStation video game company made a great leaps ahead of GameCube and X-Box combined when they first introduced the world of gamers for virtual reality known by the codename Project Morpheus developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment, which launched on October 13, 2016. PlayStation also cancelled on making more Star Wars video games, because LucasArts company is now closed. However Star Wars The Old Republic game are still making good progress and small successes along the way in this very past dates. PlayStation are becoming more socially and interactive with virtual reality. By next year the virtual reality technology will become more matured.

Wondering if the entire Star Wars The Old Republic family of friends can join and be stronger together even on virtual reality technology footstep? In fact it would be nothing nu-canon, if it still represent part of LucasArts story group.

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Limitless Special Olympics Canada Gala and Awards Night

Special Olympics Canada Awards Ceremony in Toronto, Nov 17, 2016 on Facebook

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Here’s the full story about me from University of Regina blog page on http://www.uregina.ca. For more of this information, please refer to http://www.uregina.ca/external/communications/feature-stories/current/2016/11-17.html on this reference.

Student Michael Qing will finally get to attend an event held in his honour.

Qing is the recipient of the 2016 Special Olympics Canada Athlete of the Year. It’s the third time he’s received this national award, but it will be the first time he is able to accept the honour in person.

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Michael Qing won eight gold medals and broke four world records at the 2016 Trisome Games in Florence, Italy.

“I’m really thrilled to be at the event this time,” says Qing. “The previous two times, I was competing and unable to attend.”

Qing is a second-year student in the U of R Campus for All program, a four-year inclusive post-secondary education experience for adults with intellectual disabilities.

He also works at the University’s Fitness and Lifestyle Centre.

But most of his free time is spent in the pool, where hours and hours of arduous training is required to remain among the swimming elite.

Qing started swimming competitively in 2004. He trains every day, either with the U of R Cougars’ Swim Team, the Regina Optimist Dolphins Club or the Special Olympics Regina Swimming Team.

Qing holds numerous Special Olympics and World Down Syndrome swim records and has competed in several Special Olympics national and world games competitions.

He has earned dozens of medals at national and international competitions.

Most recently he competed in the 2016 Trisome Games in Florence, Italy, where he won eight gold medals and broke four world records.

Outside the pool, Qing is a strong advocate for Special Olympics and for people with intellectual disabilities.

In 2015, he was honoured by Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall for his performances and achievements at the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games.

“I’ve tried a lot of sports growing up and found that swimming was the one for me. It’s taught me how to be myself and work hard to achieve my dreams,” says Qing.

And now Qing will be in the company of champions once again. He will accept his award at the Special Olympics Canada Gala in Toronto on November 18.

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‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ — Film Music Central

Since the new canon interpretation of Star Wars Expanded Universe was discarded. This is not considered as by all means to George Lucas’s LucasFilm story group. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is based on groundbreaking Graphic novel, it is still better than any other Star Wars sequel trilogy in film cinematography. “Valerian” brings the best Star Wars film out of for the Film Festival in the year of 2017 and later on in future for Hollywood film fest.

“This upcoming film (scheduled to be released in July 2017) is based on the French comic series Valerian and Laureline, a series published from 1967 to 2010 and was also a major influence on the original Star Wars saga.”

Most of the original Star Wars saga and the Expanded Universe are considered to be dead towards the new canon representative interpretation of Lucasfilm storyline. Even though the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets are not considered to be part of George Lucas’s story writing ideas, however it still beats out the idea that of the Original Expanded Universe was put in mind.

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via Alexandre Desplat signs on for ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ — Film Music Central