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Women in Sport Celebration
Canadian Olympic Committee’s Women in Sport Committee and CAAWS partner to host a women in sport celebration at Canada Olympic House February 25 during the Women’s Gold Medal Hockey Game.

Betty Dermer-Norris earns national recognition
Betty Dermer-Norris of Fredericton has been going "pretty much non-stop" from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily since she arrived in Vancouver on Jan. 7. But the director of team operations for Canada's Olympic Committee for the upcoming Winter Olympic Games received some news the other day that made her stop in her tracks. Dermer-Norris was named to the list of the country's Most Influential Women in Sport and Physical Activity. February 5th, 2010

International Technical Officials
SPORT FUNCTION First Name Last Name
Biathlon Chief of Timing Caroline Henley
Biathlon Assistant Chief of Competition Office Marie Skinner
Curling Deputy Chief Umpire Arleen Day
Curling Chief Umpire Rae Kells
Figure Skating Judge Jodi Abbott
Figure Skating Judge Cynthia Benson
Figure Skating Judge Andrea Derby
Figure Skating Judge Deborah Islam
Freestyle Ski Judge Susan Verdier
Hockey Referee-Women's Team Mary Anne Gage
Hockey Linesman-Women's Team Heather Richardson
Hockey Linesman-Women's Team Kerri Rumble

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Le May Doan Signs Exclusive Deal with Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium Through London 2012
Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium today announced it has secured an exclusive deal with two-time Olympic Games gold medallist Catriona Le May Doan through the London 2012 Olympic Summer Games. A well-respected athlete, broadcaster and community leader, Le May Doan will play a significant role in the Consortium’s coverage of Vancouver 2010 and London 2012. February 2, 2010

CAAWS board member and Aboriginal sport expert guiding Olympic centre
The International Centre for Olympic Studies (ICOS) went to a former varsity athlete, three-time Western graduate and Aboriginal sport expert when selecting a new director. For Janice Forsyth, the opportunity to return to The University of Western Ontario and take the helm of the Olympic centre seemed almost too good to be true. January 28, 2010

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