Announced guests so far include women’s legend Mickie James as well as Tatanka, Brutus the Barber Beefcake, Tommy Dreamer, Kon (formerly of WWE’s The Ascension) and Nick Aldis, who will also wrestle on the show that afternoon.
As he continues his own sports journey, Ben Maracle considers it important to be a role model for the young athletes currently growing up in Tyendinaga.
Evelyn Shakell of Tyendinaga is proud of her Mohawk heritage. She also loves playing sports.
For Tyendinaga’s Caroline Markland, lacrosse is more than just a sport.
The Township of Tyendinaga has a variety of recreation opportunities for both youth and adults. Having great facilities, for starters, makes that possible.
Gymnastics had been Hudson Mulvihill’s sports focus for most of her life. That was until she started playing lacrosse.
Jaxen Boyer and Creo Solomon love playing for the Wellington Dukes and in front of the Ontario Junior Hockey League club’s passionate fans at Lehigh Arena.
A home game Sunday, Feb. 19 will be extra special.
Having been raised in Tyendinaga, Noah Brant appreciates the opportunity to continue playing hockey so close to home with the senior A Deseronto Bulldogs, which play in the Eastern Ontario Super Hockey League.
The Ontario Summer Indigenous Games (OSIG) took place at the University of Ottawa from July 28 to 31.
Canadian Olympic hammer thrower Jillian Weir has never lived on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, but she’s certainly proud of her heritage.