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In The News

Remembering Ted Winick

Today many at Chess Institute of Canada are in a reflective mood, thinking about the organization’s founder Ted Winick on what would have been his seventy-eighth birthday. In 1998, Ted started a chess club

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Queen on Board

We celebrated International Women’s Day earlier this week. And I’ve been thinking about the women and girls in my life even more than usual.   The Queen Some say it’s the most powerful and

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The Marvin Rosenhek Community Chess Fund

Marvin Rosenhek (1929-2021) practiced law in Montréal for sixty-five years, specializing in the field of professional negligence. Marvin enjoyed spending time with his family, loved the country and nature, enjoyed beekeeping, bridge, spy novels, and

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Black history is chess history!

To celebrate Black History Month 2022, we’re putting together a series of articles about the history of chess in Africa and ongoing contributions from the wider Black diaspora, including profiles of great Black chess players and research

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Caregiver Family Day Event – Feb 22

CIC invites all parents and caregivers to this informative event. Two of our most experienced instructors will present practical suggestions for how you can encourage motivation and a growth mindset in children. Following these

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