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  • 04 Jun 2005 7:01 PM | Deleted user
    The CTF Annual General Meeting was held on Jun/04/2005 at Milton. A new board of directors have been elected.

    CTF Board of Directors 2005-2006:
    Left to Right:
    Victor Benjamin (Past President), Jonathan Krehm (Vice-President), Peggy Cox (Secretary),
    Eileen Yorysh (President), Carol O'Connor, Jim Holmes (Treasurer), Jim Liang,
    Sue Matthews (absent), Martin Kennedy (absent).
  • 19 Feb 2005 5:58 PM | Deleted user
    Pacific "Elite" Tai Chi and Internal Arts Friendship Meet in Vancouver, B.C., Canada
  • 31 Oct 2004 5:52 PM | Deleted user
    Jan Parker, recipient of Martial Artist of the Year 2004 from the Pacific Association of Women Martial Artists (PAWMA).

    "The Pacific Association of Women Martial Artists was founded in 1978, when a handful of women practicing different martial arts met in the Sierra Nevada foothills for a weekend of training, sharing skills, and offering mutual support in what was at that time considered an unusual pursuit for women." - from the PAWMA website []

    Their state mission is "Uniting and Empowering a diverse community of women and girls in the martial arts."


  • 25 May 2004 6:41 PM | Deleted user

    Sam Masich teaching Tai Chi Spear

    Sam Masich teaching "Four Hands"

    Jan Parker leads Tai Chi Sword practice.

    Ed Cooper and Jan Parker practising Yang Style Tai Chi Spear.

    The friendly push hands corner.
    Ed: "Try countering this"
  • 21 May 2004 6:37 PM | Deleted user
    Bill Adams' Martial Arts and Fitness Centers held Celebrated their Grand Opening with "A Chinese Internal Arts Weekend.


  • 30 Oct 2003 5:07 PM | Deleted user
    In 2003, the annual general meeting of the Canadian Taijiquan Federation was held in October, and timed to coincide with a seminar by visiting instructor, Master Sam Masich.
  • 04 Nov 2000 5:32 PM | Deleted user
    Pictures from the CTF Annual General Meeting in 2000.

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