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KLB Awarded viaSport’s Local Sport Relief Fund

We’re excited to announce that the Kamloops Long Blades was successfully awarded funding through viaSport’s Local Sport Relief Fund! Thanks to viaSport, this support will allow us to maintain our [...]
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Interested in nordic skiing?

We are looking at nordic skiing recreationally as a club during the upcoming winter season. Please help us with planning by answering this survey.
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FAST FACTS – Back to the ICE!

We return to the ICE on Tuesday, September 8th!  Here is what you NEED to read/do before your first practice: Arena User Guidelines and Expectations document produced by the City of [...]
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Arena Guidelines & Expectations

To prepare yourself for the upcoming on-ice season, check out the Arena User Guidelines and Expectations document for more information on what to expect once at the arena.  
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Safety Protocols for COVID-19

Please note that Safety Protocols have been implemented for all in-person training sessions with the Kamloops Long Blades and these measures will be strictly enforced at all times. Please refer [...]
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Week of March 9-15

Good luck to Kayleigh, Lienke, Jared, Jacob, Meena, Laylah, Nelson, Caleb, Adam, Patrick, Rebecca, Leah, Sophia, Martina and Sylvie who will be travelling to Abbotsford next weekend to compete in [...]
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Week of March 2-8

SKATERS! The registration form for BC Short Track Championships is finally available. Please hand in form + payment by tomorrow evening (Roadrunners and Coyotes) or Tuesday evening (Garter Snakes and [...]
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Week of February 24-March 1

Congratulations to Rebecca, John and Adam for skating at BC Winter Games this past weekend in Fort St John and to Sylvie and Kris on their races at Western Elite [...]
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Week of February 17-23

The winter season is winding down…only 4 more weeks to go! Good luck to Adam, John and Rebecca as they head up to Fort St John to compete in the [...]
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Kamloops Long Blades skate and take part in dryland activities on the traditional lands of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc within Secwépemc’ulucw, the unceded territory of the Secwépemc people. We respect and acknowledge the Indigenous peoples of this land, known as Turtle Island, and thank them for allowing us to live, learn and manage our association on their territory
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