LaLiga teams already have dates to return to work. The clubs set two dates to carry out the tests on the basic number of members of the first team and two dates for returning to work individually in the training fields of each club. Members of the coaching staff and players of the teams will be tested between May 5 and 7. And LaLiga plans to re-train between May 8 and 11, with the goal of starting to play on June 28.The clubs, also, following the advice of LaLiga, they should find a nearby hotel in the event that it is considered necessary, the team must be concentrated for a few weeks to avoid sources of contagion and thus be able to resume the competition. It has also been urged to completely isolate and disinfect the sports cities where the teams carry out the training, allowing access only to the minimum personnel necessary for the execution of the training. For example, in the sports city of Paterna facilities will be disinfected between days 4 and 5.In the last hours, various players, like Oyarzabal or Gabriel Paulista, They have shown their concern about the return to work in the current situation and have asked for “absolute guarantees” of health control.
APTN National NewsIn 2011 the Lake St. Marin First Nation was flooded out.All people in the community north of Winnipeg fled the rising waters.In Wednesday’s Question Period, the government was asked what it’s doing for the people of Lake St. Martin.
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TUMBLER RIDGE, B.C. – The 18th Annual Emperor’s Challenge will be taking place once again this weekend in Tumbler Ridge, and will be featured as part of an international sports tourism study.Tor-Arne Gjertsen is a Norwegian research scientist who will not only be competing in this year’s half-marathon south of Tumbler Ridge, but will also be gathering data on the race and its effect on the local economy. The data will be used in a survey being conducted by Dr. Claude Sobry at Lille University in France. Race organiser Jerrilyn Schembri explained that the survey is being undertaken to study the socio-economic impact of sporting events on small communities worldwide, particularly those which have seen a downturn in their local economies. According to Schembri, Gjertsen recently returned from a trip to gather similar data in the southern Siberian town of Khatystyr, Yakutia, which hosts an annual Iditarod-style reindeer race and is known for its reindeer herding. Gjertsen and Sobry’s research will be presented to the Sports Tourism Conference in Grenoble, France in January of 2017.The 20-kilometre footrace will see over 1,000 participants running and hiking along the scenic route that traverses two mountains south of Tumbler Ridge near the idled Peace River Coal mine. Schembri says that roughly 35 percent of racers in this year’s Challenge are from the Fort St. John area, close to the 38 percent from last year. Kris Swanson, who won last year’s race by nearly three minutes ahead of the next place contestant despite racing with a broken collarbone and severe road rash is set to compete once again this year, despite suffering a broken foot earlier this year. The race begins at the Core Lodge, approximately 35 kilometres south of Tumbler Ridge on Saturday at 9:00 a.m.- Advertisement –
The Northern Classic Body Building & Fitness Show took place at the North Peace Cultural Centre. Picture: Amber Davy The Royal Canadian Legion held a fundraising BBQ in their parking lot. All of the proceeds from the BBQ will go towards the Legion. Picture: Amber Davy- Advertisement – Scott and Jennifer Briemon from SCARS Ministries join many others in the Swing Into Freedom golf tournament at Links Golf Course. The proceeds will go towards the expansion of SCARS Ministries recovery centre. Picture: Amber Davy Dancers from all over Northern BC and Alberta gathered at Centennial Park to compete in the 3rd Annual North Peace Highland Dance Society Competition. Picture: Amber Davy