Miranda Ayim is a Canadian basketball player and Olympian, having competed on Team Canada in three Olympics between 2012 and 2021.
Paul "Jonesy" Jones currently serves as the Raptors play-by-play announcer on Fan 590.
Dianne Norman is a retired Canadian basketball player and Olympic athlete, and former New Brunswick Athlete of the Year.
Michael Linklater is a professional Canadian basketball player for the Saskatchewan Rattlers, and represented Team Canada at FIBA 3x3.
Matt Stairs is a retired Canadian Major League Baseball player who holds the record for most pinch-hit home runs, with 23.
Lisa Thomaidis is a basketball coach of the Sask Huskies, winning the Bronze Baby National Championship twice.
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The 2022 big day may have come and gone, but keep in touch as 2023 the Archie will be bigger and better!
Some of the first basketball baskets were weaved ones made by First Nations
Hole overlooking Bay
For our celebrity guests and sponsors, we invite you to the beautiful golf hole overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Enjoy your beverage of choice,...
Hole overlooking Bay
For our celebrity guests and sponsors, we invite you to a morning breakfast at the Algonquin. Then off to the golf course for the morning.
After a fun morning of golf, we will have a lunch and award ceremony.
For our celebrity guests and sponsors, we invite you to visit the World's Oldest Basketball court for photo opportunities. Our golf attendee...
Dinner will be held at the Algonquin resort between 6 and 8 pm, for all attendees.
When a ﬁre in May 2010 severely damaged a local historical landmark in St. Stephen, it also sparked old memories of the history of basketball in the community. St. Stephen is a basketball town and, over the years, pride in local coaches, players, and teams has become a part of the fabric of the community. Realizing what could be lost forever, concerned citizens rallied together to raise over 1 million dollars to purchase the building which houses the court. Now, with the building secured, the community is setting out to create a destination attraction for basketball fans and other tourists alike.
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