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Ringette Manitoba Archives

Welcomes to the Ringette Manitoba Archives. Dating all the way back to our very first Wildwood team in 1969 to all the amazing accomplishments our athletes in the ringette community have made over the years. Zoom in to better read articles and share with members of the community you spot in photos along the way. Ringette Manitoba is excited to share our collective histories with the community!

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2011

2010

Monty Aldous

Bev Forbes Stewart

2009

Danielle Hobday

2008

Barry Hobday

2007

George Vanderlip

2006

Gary Hekkert

2005

The 2005 Canadian Ringette Championships are held in Winnipeg, Manitoba from April 11-16.

Russ Prior

2004

Family of Diane Nault

2003

Tracy (Casper) Peacock, Hall of Fame Player

2002

2002 World Ringette Championships, Team Canada

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Pat Godfredson

2001

2001 TEAM MANITOBA JUNIORS

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Marilyn Qually

2000

Provincial AA League Champions Open

League Champions Belle

Provincial AA Champions Junior

Buck Tiderman

1999

1999 Silver Medalists Canada Winter Games

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Cliff Wurtak

1998

1998 Team Manitoba ‘Tweens’

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Gerald Mories

B52 Shooters, Hall of Fame Team Inductees

1997

Dianna Sahulka

1996

Leon Morrissette

1995

TSN broadcasts a one-hour special on the 1995 Canadian Ringette Championships in Winnipeg.

1995 NATIONAL COMMITTEE

25th-anniversary plaque

Gerry Mackey

Barry Matterr

World Qualifying Team

1994

1993

Kerry Irwin

1991

Hazel and Nelson Olson

Alf Sutton 

Jim and Bernice Bobby

1990

National Ringette Week Proclamation

Felicity Warner + Iris Callis 

1989

1988

1987

1986

1985

St. James Ringette Association of Winnipeg introduces ringette to the Soviet Union.

1984

Ringette in Russia, December 10-21 

1983

Transcona Belles and Kildonan-Transcona debs of Manitoba win the Canadian Ringette Championships.

1982

1981

The third Canadian Ringette Championships are played in Sudbury. The Ontario juniors of Kitchener and belles of Gloucester, plus the debs of Fort Richmond-Winnipeg, Manitoba, win the Canadian titles. The Manitoba debs are the first non-Ontario team to win a Canadian Ringette Championship title.

1980

1979

The first Canadian Ringette Championships are held in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1977

1976

1974

The first invitational tournament is organized in Winnipeg

Representatives from Ontario, Manitoba, Quebec and Nova Scotia form a steering committee for Ringette Canada, the national sport governing body.

1972

Ringette Manitoba Association is formed

1969

The Beginning of Ringette

The founders of Ringette

Samuel P. Jacks

Agnus Jacks

Samuel Jacks 1915 – 1975