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“It’s always exciting to see the talent that each province has to offer. These National Championships are a great opportunity for players and coaches to display their skills and solidify themselves in Canada Basketball history,” said Michele O’Keefe, Executive Director of Canada Basketball. “Nationals are an important event where the provincial and territorial teams take pride in competing for the national title.”
“After having the privilege to host this event last year, Basketball Alberta is extremely honored and excited to be hosting this event,” said Paul Sir, Executive Director, Basketball Alberta. “We are committed to creating a true celebration of our great game in Canada and make lifelong memories as we welcome teams, families, coaches and spectators to our community.”
David Wagg, Executive Director for Basketball Nova Scotia, is thrilled to be holding this event. "Basketball Nova Scotia is excited and honoured to be hosting the 2015 Canada Basketball U15 and U17 Boys’ National Championships. We look forward to welcoming all athletes, coaches, officials, and families from across the country, and relish the opportunity to showcase our East Coast hospitality."
“Jim has been with me my entire coaching career. He was my right hand guy. My buddy. Words cannot express what he meant to me and our entire Wesmen Program. Jim will be greatly missed and never forgotten”, added Tanya McKay.
“Jim will never know how many lives he touched, simply by just opening a door, giving someone a high five, cracking a smile even when my jokes were not funny. Jim was the glue to our team, there was not a single part of him that did not bleed Wesmen red. This year your Wesmen family plays for you Jimbo. We all love and miss you”, said fifth year team captain Stephanie Kleysen.