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first_imgCEREMONIES were held on October 5 to dedicate the first extension of Calgary’s C-Train light rail network to be completed in 11 years. The 3·5 km, two-station extension of the south line to Canyon Meadows and Fish Creek-Lacombe (146 Avenue) opened for revenue service on October 9, following the Canadian Thanksgiving holiday.The C$80·1m project is the first of several extensions in Calgary which are due to open over the next five years. A further two stations on the south LRT line, at Shawnessy and Somerset-Bridlewood (162 Avenue), are scheduled for completion in 2003, along with an extension of the the northwest line from Brentwood to 53rd Street. Another section of the northeast line is scheduled to open in 2006. C-Train ridership has jumped 73% during the past five years, and the network is now carrying around 188000 passengers on a weekday. Calgary Transit is currently taking delivery of 32 additional SD160 LRVs fromSiemens. nlast_img read more

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Winners for Fruitport were Trinity Busscher (No. 1), Haleigh Winskas (No. 2), Olivia Parling (No. 3) and Hannah Kelly (No. 4).The Trojans only won one doubles match, but it sealed the team’s victory. Winning at No. 2 doubles were Hannah Labash and Hope Busscher.Singles were again a strong point for Fruitport against Jenison. Busscher, Winskas, Parling and Kelly all posted victories at 1 through 4 singles, respectively. The No. 2 doubles team, this time comprised of Kaitlyn Leatherman and Julia Nichols, also won its match.Fruitport is now 3-1 on the season.O-K BLACKMONA SHORES 7, KENOWA HILLS 1 – The Sailors recorded their second win of the season in O-K Black Conference play, snagging three of four singles matches and all four doubles matches.Winners for Mona Shores were Sophie Scheuerle (No. 1 singles), Lydia Sowles (No. 2 singles), Paige Judson (No. 3 singles), Riley Trygstad and Makyla Lieb (No. 1 doubles), Emily Lieb and Linden Gentzkow (No. 2 doubles), Michaela Sander and Holli Brus (No. 3 doubles), and Gabbi Alderman and Lena Peisker (No. 4 doubles).All the winning Sailors captured their victories in straight sets.LAKES 8LUDINGTON 8, WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 0 – The Orioles captured six victories in straight sets, one in three sets, and one by forfeit, in the conference matchup.Winning singles players for Ludington were Lindsey Holmes (No. 1), Isabella Vandenheuvel (No. 2) and Kelly Mcpike (No. 3). 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first_imgKenny Dalglish has admitted his disappointment at being relieved of managerial duties at Liverpool, although he has insisted he will always be there for the club if they ever need his help.Dalglish was dismissed by Liverpool principal owner John W Henry on Wednesday, following a meeting with Henry and Reds chairman Tom Werner in Boston where the three men underwent a thorough review of the recently completed season.Liverpool won the Carling Cup and reached the final of the FA Cup to give the fans much to celebrate, but struggled to a poor eighth place finish in the Premier League as a series of off-field issues proved frequent distractions.“It has been an honour and a privilege to have had the chance to come back to Liverpool Football Club as manager,” Dalglish said. “I greatly appreciate the work that Steve [Clarke], Kevin [Keen], the players and all of the staff put in during my time and feel proud that we delivered the club’s first trophy in six years winning the Carling Cup and came close to a second trophy in the FA Cup final.“Whilst I am obviously disappointed to be leaving the football club, I can say that the matter has been handled by the owners and all concerned in an honourable, respectful and dignified way and reflects on the quality of the people involved and their continued desire to move the football club forward in the same way as when they arrived here.”The Scot claimed that he would not have swapped the victory in the Carling Cup – which saw the side defeat Championship side Cardiff City on penalties – for an improved finish in the league. “Of course I am disappointed with results in the league, but I would not have swapped the Carling Cup win for anything as I know how much it meant to our fans and the club to be back winning trophies,” he said.Despite being removed from his position, Dalglish has made it known that his services will still be available to the club and owners if he can help in any capacity.“I would like to thank all of the staff at the club for their effort and loyalty,” he said. “I said when first approached about coming back as manager that I would always be of help if I can at any time and that offer remains the same.“Finally, I want to put on record my heartfelt gratitude to Liverpool’s fans, who have always given me and the club their unwavering support. Without them neither the club nor I would have achieved anything.”last_img read more