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ITEM CLOSED. FINAL BID: $50.00 CAM TAIT'S NEW SPEAKING PRESENTATION. I.C.E. — CAM'S STORY IN HOCKEY TERMS

Cam Tait is a best-selling author and award winning journalist determined to honour the dignity and nobility of journalism ... when it mattered and how we need it today

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THE STORY. BEHIND THE STORY.

Cam Taitu2019s latest interactive presentation hits all the right notes!u00a0 It is informative, humorous, enlightening, inspiring and touches his audience in many ways.u00a0 It makes you appreciate what you have, encourages you to think about who has helped you achieve your dreams and shows you that laughter allows you to meet challenges with grace and dignity.u00a0 Cam uses hockey as an analogy to his life, starting from the moment he was born.u00a0 My students are able to relate to him through these connections as they learn about penalties, power plays, team work, penalty kills and how Cam sees his life as a very important hockey game with amazing teammates. u00a0u00a0

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When Cam talks about where his career as a journalist has led him they are impressed by the people he has interviewed.u00a0 By the end they are able to see that as far as Cam is concerned his disability is a gift that has allowed him to make connections with a wide range of people.u00a0 He has interviewed actors, musicians, politicians and athletes and is proud to call many of them friends.

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Camu2019s willingness to be a part of ICE School has enriched the lives of hundreds of students along with their teachers and parents.u00a0u00a0 I love watching their faces as they realize he has a wonderful sense of humor and that they are allowed to laugh during what they thought would be a very serious time.u00a0 By the end they are comfortable with Cam and very impressed with his positive outlook and success.u00a0 It really does encourage them to believe that anything is possible! — Cheryl McLeod, I.C.E. Teacher

THE ENTIRE 1966 CBC DOCUMENTARY

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  • 1966 documentary - beautiful. Only ever saw parts of it before. Thanks for sharing Cam. Can't help but see that beautiful child's face in the beautiful man you became. Love always. 💕

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