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Remy Greer

Remy Greer

Remy Greer is the assistant editor and sports reporter for Okotokstoday.ca and the Western Wheel newspaper. For story tips contact rgreer@okotoks.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Remy

Bragg Creeker nets his first NHL goal

Bragg Creeker nets his first NHL goal

Hockey: Dylan Holloway scores tying marker as Edmonton edges out New York
Bragg Creek hockey product makes Edmonton Oilers' opening day roster

Bragg Creek hockey product makes Edmonton Oilers' opening day roster

Hockey: Bragg Creek product expected to skate on Leon Draisaitl’s line
Bottcher bests Koe to take ATB Okotoks Classic title

Bottcher bests Koe to take ATB Okotoks Classic title

Revamped lineups show well as familiar foes do battle at icebreaker event for the 2022-23 curling season.
Cavalry FC extends run of dominance in Al-Classico

Cavalry FC extends run of dominance in Al-Classico

The south dominates soccer's battle of Alberta in weekend match.
Whitecaps knock off Cavs on penalties in cup thriller

Whitecaps knock off Cavs on penalties in cup thriller

Soccer: Cavalry knocked out of Canadian Championship in quarterfinal.
Moncton flies off with Telus Cup banner in overtime thriller

Moncton flies off with Telus Cup banner in overtime thriller

New Brunswick wins first title at U18 AAA championships in Okotoks, Alberta.
Bisons capture HJHL championship with Generals sweep

Bisons capture HJHL championship with Generals sweep

“It’s not always about the talent you have on the team, it’s the whole package, these guys are leaders and it just all worked out this year.”
Alberta author pens guidebook for performance sports parents

Alberta author pens guidebook for performance sports parents

A southern Alberta father learned about from experience and on the job what it is like to raise a child who is in a high performance sport and has penned a guidebook for parents. "There are challenges out there, our kids are facing unprecedented times, ” said Steve Lloyd.
PHOTOS: Pro wrestling grows its audience with Southern Alberta event

PHOTOS: Pro wrestling grows its audience with Southern Alberta event

“There’s a lot of pro wrestlers out there, a lot of really good talent in Canada and they need places like this to wrestle so getting on these tours, going town to town and building their name is the stuff that’s going to make them successful.”
Olympic opportunity ‘feels like a dream’ for Okotokian

Olympic opportunity ‘feels like a dream’ for Okotokian

'For me to be able to actually represent my country on the biggest sporting stage in the world, I didn’t think this would ever happen and I just think it’s going to be a mixed bag of emotions...'
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