The Rotary Skatepark welcomes new, environmentally friendly surrounding

first_imgOver those 20 years, they’ve planted nearly 80 million trees and greened more than 550 schoolyards across the country.“I think that’s really significant and we’re pleased to be one of the partners here,” Mayor Ackerman said.The entire project would not have been made possible if it wasn’t for the eleven volunteers turning up to lend a hand in planting 20 new trees around the skatepark earlier this month. Cameron says environmental sustainability is at the forefront of CN’s objectives and they’re pleased to have managed to partner with our community.“This project will help make the Fort St. John Rotary Skatepark a more pleasing environment for the community with mature trees that will provide shade and windbreaks,” Cameron said.Peace River North MLA, Pat Pimm says he’s pleased that the Rotary Skatepark, a popular public space for social gathering in Fort St. John, managed to become a part of CN’s program.- Advertisement -He also says this should have positive influence on those using the park.“Green spaces and parks enhance our quality of life, provide recreational opportunities to help people live healthy, active lifestyles and help increase the overall social well-being of Fort St. John”, Pimm said in a written statement as he was unable to attend the ceremony.For over 20 years, Tree Canada has engaged communities, governments, corporations and individuals in the pursuit of creating a greener and healthier environment.Advertisementlast_img read more

Tottenham line-up v Arsenal: Boyhood Spurs fans to torment Gunners?

first_img Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to maintain their impressive start to 2015 when they take on Arsenal at White Hart Lane tomorrow. 1 Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to maintain their impressive start to 2015 when they take on Arsenal at White Hart Lane on Saturday.Mauricio’s Pochettino side head into the North London derby one place behind the Gunners in sixth and just two points outside the Champions League places.Spurs will fancy themselves to pick up all three points, having won four of their last five matches and securing a place in the Capital One Cup final.Pochettino will have a fully fit squad to choose from, with Nabil Bentaleb available once again after returning from the African Cup of Nations.Will Bentaleb start, and who will support free-scoring Harry Kane? talkSPORT takes a look…Possible Tottenham line-up against Arsenal:GoalkeeperHugo Lloris is one of the league’s best goalkeepers, and has played a huge role between the posts.The France captain was instrumental at West Brom last week, producing two stunning stops when the score was still 1-0, to help Spurs to all three points.POCHETTINO RUBBISHES LLORIS TRANSFER TALK DefenceSpurs have looked far more secure since Kyle Walker returned at right-back, winning six of the seven league games he’s played this season.Fazio is yet to convince he’s the real deal, but he’s established a solid partnership alongside Belgium international Jan Vertonghen, who as well as being defensively solid, helps to build attacks from the back.MidfieldRyan Mason was a surprise inclusion when Spurs visited the Emirates earlier this season, but the Englishman and lifelong Tottenham fan has been ever present since and his energy is integral to Pochettino’s pressing game.MASON BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE AT TOTTENHAMBentaleb formed a good understanding with Mason, but Benjamin Stambouli could just get the nod.Mousa Dembele has struggled at times this season, but having been moved further forward looks more assured and his power could unsettle the Arsenal midfield.AttackHarry Kane has scored 20 goals in all competitions so far this season and he was rewarded with a new five-and-a-half-year deal on transfer deadline day.The 21-year-old had a spell at Arsenal as a youngster, and Spurs’ other boyhood fan will want to show them what they missed out on.Christian Eriksen has scored nine Premier Goals this season, the most by a midfielder and he will provide Francis Coquelin with a real test cutting in from wide.Tottenham fans, how do you think you’ll line-up against Arsenal? Comment below…last_img read more