Alison Kreviazuk Athlete
Alison Kreviazuk (born September 27, 1988 in Mississauga, Ontario) is a Canadian curler from Ottawa. She is the long time second for the Rachel Homan rink. Kreviazuk has been a member of the team since it formed in 2002, except for the 2005-06 season and the 2009-10 season when she was too old to play for the team, as she is a year older than Homan and her vice, Emma Miskew. Kreviazuk won three provincial Bantam titles on the team, before she was too old to be on the team which went on to win a fourth title. She later re-joined the team to play in Juniors, and was a member of the team that won the 2009 provincial junior championship, and lost in the Canadian finals. Kreviazuk remained on the team the following season for World Curling Tour events and at the Canadian Olympic Curling Pre-Trials, but she was too old to play in junior events that season, and was replaced by Laura Crocker for junior events. The team won the Canadian Junior Curling Championships, and Kreviazuk was invited to play as the Alternate for the team at the 2010 World Junior Curling Championships, as the age limit for the World Juniors is a year older than that of the Canadian Juniors.
1. University of Ottawa Colleges/University
The University of Ottawa (also known as Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa U, uOttawa, and U of O) is a bilingual, research-intensive, non-denominational, international university in Ottawa, Ontario. It is one of the oldest universities in Canada. It was originally established as the College of Bytown in 1848 by the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Formerly a liberal arts college, it has been teaching pure and applied sciences in both English and French since the 19th century. The institution received university status in 1866 and in 1889 was decreed a pontifical university by Pope Leo XIII. The university has been conferring Bachelor's degrees since 1872, Master's degrees since 1875, and Doctorates since 1888. Saint Paul University is federated with the university and is also located in the city of Ottawa. The enabling legislation is The University of Ottawa Act, 1965. The University of Ottawa is ranked 5th in research-intensity, and 9th in total research funding in Canada. It is a member of the U15, a league of the most research-intensive universities in the country. It is known for its areas of studies in Medicine, Sciences, Law, Political Science and International Affairs.
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