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Annual Re p o r t and B rochure

The Law Foundation of Ontario Annual Report

Tri-White Corporation Annual Report Trim: 11”

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See how your patients may benefit. LUCENTIS* (ranibizumab injection) is indicated for the treatment of neovascular (wet) age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

MDS Venture Fund Annual Report

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Labnews Prostatic Acid Phosphatase : A Test Who’s Time Is Done For the diagnosis and monitoring of prostate cancer the literature now provides excellent documentation of the superior sensitivity and specificity of serum prostate specific antigen (PSA) measurement compared to prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP). Diagnosis and Staging PAP does not demonstrate adequate sensitivity in early stage disease (Table 1) and is subject to analytical and physiological interferences related to the timing of specimen collection after digital rectal examination (DRE) and sample hemolysis. In rare cases, however, PAP is important in the diagnosis of non-PSA secreting prostatic tumors. Measurement of serum PSA offers enhanced sensitivity in early stage (A and B) disease allowing early diagnosis and treatment although false positive PSA results may be generated in patients with benign prostate hypertrophy (BPH). In metastatic disease, measurement of PSA identifies the need to perform bone scans. Reports describing the biological variability indicate that PSA is more stable when compared to PAP.

Nasal Cultures: The Value of Microbiological Testing In This Issue Prostatic Acid Phosphatase : A Test Who’s Time Is Done . . . . . 1 Nasal Cultures: The Value of Microbiological Testing . . . . . . . 1 Clinical and Laboratory Evaluation of Monoclonal Gammopathies . . .2 Lab Notes Serum Allergy Testing Available at MDS . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Pap Smears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

The anterior nares of healthy individuals will often harbour a wide variety of organisms including Staphylococcus aureus, Haemophilus influenzae, Neisseria species, and streptococcal species. While some of these agents are known to cause both upper and lower respiratory tract infections, their recovery from a nose swab is not predictive of an etiologic role.1. The recovery of Staphylococcus aureus from the anterior nares, however, may indicate carriage of the organism, or “colonization” which may be associated with subsequent staphylococcal infection.2. Staphylococcal colonization has also been associated with spread of the organism within hospitals and other institutional settings.

Table 1: Clinical Sensitivity of PSA and PAP (%) Disease Stage PSA PAP A 67 11 B 73 22 C 80 39 D 88 58 Monitoring After a course of therapy, low serum total PSA concentrations support a very good prognosis and documents absence of residual disease. Since PAP is released from tissues other than the prostate, the level of blood PAP does not reflect the success of therapy and the need for further interventions. Summary The recommended laboratory test for diagnosing, staging and monitoring of prostate cancer is serum total PSA. Assay of free PSA is helpful when the total PSA is between 4-10 µg/L. Routine measurement of PAP is not suggested. References 1. Bunting, PS. CSCC position statement Clin. Biochem. 1999; 32: 501-594. 2. Blijenberg, BG et. al. Clin. Biochem. 1999; 32: 627-634. 3. Diamandis, EP. Clin. Lab. News. 1999; 14-16. 4. Price, CP et al. Ann Clin. Biochem. 2001; 38: 188-216.

Accordingly, all nose swabs (preferably from the anterior nares) will be routinely assessed in the laboratory for the presence of Staphylococcus aureus only. All staphylococcal isolates are screened for resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics (MRSA). The nasopharyngeal swab is the specimen of choice when investigating suspected cases of pertussis or viral respiratory tract infection (i.e. influenza). These specimens should be delivered to the laboratory in the specific transport media supplied by the Public Health Laboratory. Alternatively, nasopharyngeal washings may be submitted for such investigations. References 1. Miller M, et al. A Guide to Specimen Management in Clinical Microbiology, Second Edition, 1999. 2. Von Eiff C, et al. Nasal carriage as a source of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. N Engl J Med 2001; 344: 11-16.

MDS Lab News your QueStionS: Your resource for eye health for yourself and your family.

Q: i currently take Preservision® eye vitamin and Mineral Supplement areDS 2 formula daily for my Dry aMD. Should my adult son/daughter do the same?

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a: PreserVision is specially formulated for those with AMD who are likely to progress. Only an eye doctor can diagnose AMD. It is best that your son or daughter begins by discussing his/her concerns with his/her eye care practitioner (ECP) at his/her next eye exam. The doctor may recommend eye vitamins specially formulated for those at risk of developing AMD, such as Ocuvite® Adult 50+ Eye Vitamin and Mineral Supplement.

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1 ½ - 2 pounds stewing beef ¾ cup green beans (frozen) ¼ cup flour 4 cups beef broth ¼ cup vegetable oil 28 ounce can of diced tomatoes ¾ cup chopped onion 1 ½ cups potatoes (cubed ½“ cubes) ¾ tsp dried thyme ¾ tsp rosemary (dried) ¾ cup carrot (thinly sliced) ¾ cup zucchini (thinly sliced)

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Most Canadians don’t need to be concerned about mercury exposure as a result of fish consumption. In general, the types of fish that are most popular in Canada are also relatively low in mercury. However, there are some types of fish that, if eaten too frequently, could result in exposure to an unacceptable amount of mercury. Health Canada has identified certain fish as being of more concern when it comes to mercury in fish. Fish can accumulate mercury in their muscles through absorption from the surrounding water but mostly from the prey that they eat. This mercury can also concentrate up the food chain. Therefore, predatory fish that eat lots of other fish for food tend to contain higher levels of mercury. These include fresh/frozen tuna, shark, swordfish, marlin, orange roughy and escolar.

• ¾ cup chopped celery • ¾ tsp sage (dried) • ½ tsp salt • ¼ tsp ground black pepper

Preparation: 1. Cut the beef into ½”- 3/4 “cubes. In a large resealable plastic bag place the flour and beef. Shake gently to coat the beef. 2. In a large Dutch oven, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add beef, and cook 6-8 minutes, or until browned. Add onion and celery, and cook 5 minutes, stirring frequently. 3. Stir in potatoes and remaining ingredients; bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer 30-45 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Can add additional beef broth or water if desired or needed

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and zeaxanthin (replacing beta-carotene). Scientific evidence from dietary studies supports the inclusion of high-levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, lutein and zeaxanthin. If you are already taking a fish oil supplement with Omega-3 fatty acids for your eyes, it is worth noting that PreserVision® AREDS 2 includes 1000 mg Omega-3 fatty acids, as well as lutein and zeaxanthin, so there may be no need to purchase a separate fish oil supplement, and you will have the convenience of taking your eye vitamin and your Omega-3 supplement together in one product.

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Consult your eye care practitioner if you have any questions. PreserVision® AREDS 2 builds on the original proven AREDS formula, and is a high potency antioxidant supplement with select vitamins and minerals, at levels well above those in ordinary multivitamins and generally not attainable through diet alone. More online @ joyofsight.ca

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I don’t enjoy eating fish, so two servings per week is a lot for me. How else can I obtain the Omega-3 my body needs?

By eating foods high in nutrients such as l and E, you’ll be helping to keep your eyes

Unfortunately there are no dietary sources, other than fish and shell fish, that contain both DHA and EPA together. You can obtain DHA from fish, fish oil or specialty eggs and dairy products. EPA is available from fish and fish oil. Therefore, the best alternative to eating fish is to take an Omega-3 supplement to ensure Omega-3 intake on a daily basis.

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Spending time with family and friends is a wonderful way to enjoy your time. Family is important, and time spent together is valuable. It is also an opportunity to discuss with your family their health history. Studies have shown that a person with a parent or sibling with AMD is up to 3 times more likely to develop the disease themselves, than someone without family history. So it is important to take the time to discuss AMD and the risk factors for developing AMD with your loved ones. There are steps that your children and siblings can take that may help reduce their risk. It is recommended that they get periodic eye exams and also discuss further with their eye care practitioner.

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• 1 medium pear, sliced or cubed • 1 medium navel orange or tangerine, peeled and sliced • 1 cup sliced strawberries • ¾ cup seedless red grapes • 1 kiwi peeled and cubed • 2 tbsp lemon juice • 1 cup plain non-fat yogurt • 2 tbsp brown sugar • ¼ tsp ground cinnamon • ¼ cup walnuts

Preparation: 1. Combine the prepared fruit and lemon coat the fruit with the juice. 2. In a separate bowl combine the remain 3. To serve, fill a bowl with the fruit, add fruit and sprinkle with walnuts. 4. ENJOY! serves 4

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Bausch + Lomb Canada Ocuvite Brand Logo & Packaging Design For bacterial conjunctivitis…

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An ophthalmic fluoroquinolone for the treatment of Bacterial Conjunctivitis in patients 1 year or older1 Besivance® is indicated for the treatment of patients one year of age and older with bacterial conjunctivitis caused by susceptible strains of the following organisms: Aerobic, Gram-Positive

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When it comes to Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD)…

PreserVision® Supporting your practice

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If you are currently living with Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), or are at risk for developing the disease, the Joy of Sight offers a complete resource of helpful information. By joining the Joy of Sight, you’ll be taking an important step towards increasing your knowledge about AMD and options for managing the disease. Along with receiving regular updates on AMD news and research, members are also sent a FREE welcome kit and valuable coupons. To become a member, please fill out the information and mail it to the indicated address. As a member, we may contact you in the future for market research. Please indicate if you would not be interested in participating

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NEW Joy of Sight™ Patient Support Program • Fosters an informed dialogue between you and your patients • Free • Enrollment by mail or online • Comprehensive welcome kit package and regular newsletters

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NEW In-Office Counseling Brochure with Free Amsler Grid Magnet • Comprehensive disease information • Joy of Sight™ Enrollment Form advertisement • september 2009

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PreserVision® Lutein

consumed high levels of lutein and other carotenoids were shown to have a 57% lower risk of AMD.1 • Does not contain beta-carotene as it has been shown to have no beneficial or harmful effect on the incidence of AMD. Betacarotene has also been associated with an increased risk of lung cancer and death in smokers and former smokers,2,3,4 and has been shown to interfere with lutein absorption.5,6 • Does not contain MSG.

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PreserVision® Lutein is an AREDS-based formula ocular vitamin that provides 10 mg of lutein instead of beta-carotene What are the ingredients in PreserVision® Lutein?

What is PreserVision® Lutein? PreserVision® Lutein is an antioxidant eye vitamin and mineral supplement specifically designed for people with AgeRelated Macular Degeneration (AMD). PreserVision® Lutein contains the same ingredients in the same concentrations that were in the original, clinically-proven AgeRelated Eye Disease Study (AREDS) formula; however, the beta-carotene has been replaced with lutein. PreserVision® Lutein is suitable for all AMD patients, including smokers.

Other Ingredients: gelatin, glycerin, soybean oil, unbleached yellow wax, annatto oil, titanium dioxide

Key Benefits • Small, convenient-to-swallow soft gels: 2 per day—1 in the morning and 1 in the evening, with meals. The soft gels do not need to be broken. • Contains 5 mg of lutein per soft gel— for a total of 10 mg/day. Patients who

What is AMD?7,8 AMD is a progressive eye condition that causes damage to the macula, the layer of tissue in the retina that is responsible for central vision. Both eyes are generally affected. AMD is the leading cause of severe vision loss in Canada in adults over 50. More

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than one million Canadians have AMD. In the next 25 years, the number of people with AMD is expected to double.7 Dry AMD affects about 85–90% of those with the disease and often occurs without symptoms. Wet AMD is the more serious, advanced form and results in severe central vision loss. Forty-three per cent of dry AMD cases turn to wet AMD within 5 years.10

Dry AMD (85-90%) responsible for 10-15% of vision loss related to AMD Relative # patients by AMD type Dry AMD Wet AMD

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How is AMD treated? There is no cure for either form of AMD.7,8 The current standard of treatment for dry AMD patients is ocular vitamin therapy. AREDS demonstrated that specific vitamin therapy was effective in reducing the risk of AMD and slowing the progression of the disease.10 Wet AMD is treated with laser surgery, photodynamic therapy, and injections; however, the disease may progress despite treatment.8 What is lutein and what is its role in reducing the risk of developing AMD? Lutein is an antioxidant carotenoid that is

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OLA Minor Box Registration Deadline NOTL Thunderhawk Tournament Cornwall Minor Tournament OFSAA Boys AAA/AAAA Field Lacrosse Festival Peterborough Laker Classic Arthur Novice Tournament Arthur Bantam Tournament John “Gus” McCauley Memorial Milton 20th Annual Invitation Centre Wellington Girls Box Tournament Chuck Miller Royal City Classic Kingston Lacrosse Tournament Hamilton Nationals @ Rochester Arthur Pee Wee Tournament Shelburne Vets V-Day Tournament Stayner Fairplay Tournament Jack Bionda Shootout OLA Provincial Entry Deadline Harry Kazarian Tournament Bob Patching Tournament Boyd Balkwill Memorial Stayner Fairplay Tournament Simcoe Bantam Tournament Arthur Midget Tournament Hamilton Nationals vs. Denver Troy McDougall Memorial Don Swindells Memorial Barry Burman Summer Shootout Sarnia Herb Lea Tournament St. Catharines Midget Tournament Hamilton Nationals @ Rochester Lincoln Crush Classic Hamilton Nationals vs. Rochester

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Field FieldLacrosse Lacrosse Equipment EquipmentGuidelines Guidelines For the field season, the Ontario Lacrosse Association Forspring the spring field season, the Ontario Lacrosse Association

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LacrosseLacrosse Stick: Standard stick widthstick width Stick: goalkeeper Standard goalkeeper specifications are up to are 15”upinside measurement at the at the specifications to 15” inside measurement widest point andpoint an overall of length between and 72”. widest and anlength overall of 40” between 40” and 72”.

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Shoulder Pads: One pieceOne padpiece pad Shoulder Pads: made of flexible, density made ofhigh flexible, highimpact density impact foam padfoam with pad poly-plastic shoulder shoulder with poly-plastic caps. When properly offers caps. When fitted properly fitted offers protectionprotection for upper for body and body shoulders. upper and shoulders.

Helmet:Helmet: All helmets be CSA for ice hockey Allmust helmets mustapproved be CSA approved for ice hockey or NOCSAEorapproved. The helmet havemust a chin strap NOCSAE approved. Themust helmet have a chin strap which must be properly both sides and sides cannot which must be secured properlyonsecured on both and cannot be alteredbefrom the manufactured form. Goalkeeper throat throat altered from the manufactured form. Goalkeeper guard is mandatory. guard is mandatory.

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Facemask: Cannot allow the allow head the of the stick to or ball to Facemask: Cannot head of or theball stick make contact the face. makewith contact with the face. Mouth Guard: Mouth Mandatory. Guard: Mandatory.

LacrosseLacrosse Gloves: Gloves: High density Highimpact density impact foam andfoam leather protection and flexibility. andoffer leather offer protection and flexibility. New contour systems full allow rangefull of motion Newcuff contour cuff allow systems range of motion at the wrist for maximum protectionprotection and mobility. at the wrist for maximum and mobility.

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Chest Protector: A mandatory protector protector for the upper Chest Protector: A mandatory for the upper body made of impact-absorbing memory-foam construction, body made of impact-absorbing memory-foam construction, offering flexibility and unrestricted movement. AdjustableAdjustable offering flexibility and unrestricted movement. shoulder and waistand straps allow custom shoulder waist straps allowfitting. custom fitting.

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Arm Light weight plastic that offersthat offers Arm &Guards: Elbow Guards: Lighthard weight hard plastic 5 & Elbow protectionprotection for the whole arm, whilearm, allowing rangefull of motion for the whole while full allowing range ofofmotion of the arm atthethearm elbow. at the elbow.

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LacrosseLacrosse Stick: Plastic head withhead aluminum, carbon graphite titanium Stick: Plastic with aluminum, carbon orgraphite or titanium enhancedenhanced alloy shafts of various textures. stick cannot alloy shafts ofshapes variousand shapes and The textures. The stickbecannot be strung to strung with-hold the ball from play.from Onlyplay. one Only stop one allowed. to with-hold the ball stop allowed. LacrosseLacrosse Stick Width: Stick Width: Standard stick widthstick specifications are 4” to are 10”4”inside measurement at the at the Standard width specifications to 10” inside measurement widest point. widest point. LacrosseLacrosse Stick Length: Stick Length: • Pee Wee• Pee and Wee underand (12under years(12 andyears under) 34” to —46” and—under) 34”orto52” 46”toor72” 52” to 72” • Bantam• and up (13 +) — 40”+)to —46” Bantam andyears up (13 years 40”orto52” 46”toor72” 52” to 72” • Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) — 40” • Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL)to —42” 40”orto52” 42”toor72” 52” to 72”

Goalkeeper Gloves: Gloves: High density andfoam and Goalkeeper Highimpact densityfoam impact leather offer protection and flexibility. New contour leather offer protection and flexibility. Newcuff contour cuff systems allow full allow rangefull of motion the wrist for maximum systems range ofatmotion at the wrist for maximum protectionprotection and mobility. and mobility.

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Goalkeeper Pants: Shorts or Shorts track pants maypants be worn. Goalkeeper Pants: or track may be worn. Optional: Optional: Goalkeeper pants withpants anatomic mobility design Goalkeeper with anatomic mobility design

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and high and impact highfoams. impact foams. Goalkeeper Shin Guards: Optional. Optional. Goalkeeper Shin Guards: LacrosseLacrosse Cleats: Only grassOnly or field allowed. Cleats: grassturf or cleat field turf cleat allowed. AthleticAthletic SupportSupport & Cup & Cup

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Rib & Back Pads: one piece lightpiece weight andplastic high and density Rib & BackA Pads: A one lightplastic weight highimpact density impact foam padfoam whichpad offers protection for the ribforand area.back area. which offers protection theback rib and

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LacrosseLacrosse Cleats: Only grassOnly or field allowed. Cleats: grassturf or cleat field turf cleat allowed.

Tom Hayes Director of Development AthleticAthletic SupportSupport & Cup. & Cup.

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Ontario Lacrosse Equipment Guidelines Federation of International Lacrosse 2012 Board of Directors FIL Women LAX ad_2:FIL Women LAX ad

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Welcome to the World of International Lacrosse Canada 1974

Guide & Event Calendar

Netherlands 2001

Bermuda 2006

Denmark 2003

Norway 2008

Finland 2002

Latvia 2004

Poland 2008

Sweden 1994

Scotland 1972

Russia 2011

England 1972

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Ireland 2002 Wales 1972 Iroquois Nationals 1988

Bulgaria 2008

Spain 2004 Italy 2004

Colombia 2013

F.I.L. Senior Women’s World Cup

Peru 2012

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Hong Kong 2002

Switzerland 2008

Costa Rica 2008

F.I.L. Members

Argentina 2002

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Federation of International Lacrosse is responsible for the governance and integrity of all forms of Lacrosse and provides responsive and effective leadership to support the sport’s development throughout the world.

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F.I.L. Senior Women’s World Cup F.I.L. Senior Men’s Field World Championship F.I.L. World Indoor Lacrosse Championship F.I.L. U19 Women’s Field World Championship F.I.L. U19 Men’s Field World Championship F.I.L. Senior Women’s Field World Championship

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Lacrosse is recognized and played by all countries world-wide, and becomes an Olympic sport again.

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Slovakia 2004

Austria 2005

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Australia 1972

Hungary 2010

Israel 2011 Uganda 2011

The Federation of International Lacrosse (F.I.L.) was established in August of 2008 in a merger of the International Federation of Women’s Lacrosse Association (I.F.W.L.A.) and the International Lacrosse Federation (I.L.F. Men). F.I.L. is responsible for the Men’s World Championship, World Indoor Championship, Women’s World Cup and both Men’s & Women’s U-19 World Championships. These events are run every four years. Other key areas of responsibility of the Federation are the establishment of international rules of play and the promotion and development of all forms of lacrosse internationally. F.I.L. has 46 member nations and is a member of WADA and SportAccord. The next General Assembly of F.I.L. will be held in 2014 in Denver, USA.

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Turkey 2010

Slovenia 2005

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Japan 1990

Serbia 2010

Portugal 2009

Guatemala 2010

Denver, USA TBA TBA Coquitlam, Canada

China 2012

Czech Republic 1992

France 2008

Mexico 2009

Oshawa, Canada 2013 July 11-20

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Belgium 2010 Germany 1994

United States of America 1972

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Festival International Pee Wee Lacrosse Championship Festival International Bantam Lacrosse Championship OLA Girls Pee Wee & Midget Box Provincials OLA Intermediate Provincials OLA Novice Provincials OLA Midget Provincials U19 Girls Field Provincials Hamilton Nationals vs. Boston OLA Final Six “A” Provincials (PW/BTM/MGT) Hamilton Nationals at Long Island Founders Cup (Canadian Junior “B” Championship) Minto Cup (Canadian Junior “A” Championship)

Whitby & Oshawa Whitby & Oshawa Whitby & Oshawa Whitby & Oshawa Whitby & Oshawa Whitby & Oshawa Whitby & Oshawa Ron Joyce Stadium Guelph Long Island Saskatoon, SK Calgary, AB

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Alumni/First Nations Cup Mann Cup (Canadian Major Championship) Laurie Montgomery Fall Shootout

Burnaby, BC British Columbia Orangeville

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Ross Cup

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N O V E M B E R 4-6

OLA Annual General Meeting

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