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A Meeting With… Marie-Philip Poulin

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Like many Canadian athletes, Marie-Philip Poulin, captain of the women's ice hockey team, is competing at the Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Here is a simple and modular activity that combines reading comprehension and digital creation to discover our athletes and their journey.

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Hockey is not just for boys! On the contrary, girls and women are becoming more numerous and successful in professional hockey, just like Marie-Philip Poulin. She was recognized for her numerous achievements during Olympic Games of 2010, 2014, 2018 and at the World Championships of 2021.

In this short video, you can learn a little more about the captain of the Canada women's national ice hockey team, also called The Crosby Woman. 

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A guide by Laurie Couture, adapted in English by Valerie Harnois, in collaboration with Karine Turcotte.


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