CNP Championship Canceled

The Canadian National Pond Hockey Championship’s have been cancelled for 2015. This major winter tradition which has been a tradition for a long period of time & has thousands attend in Huntsville. The event won’t be happening this year due to weather, this is due to the unfortunate change in weather that Canada has on a regular basis now. In recent days the snow has all melted away in Ontario due to higher temperatures & frequent rain, resembling more of a spring season. This led to organizers having to announce the championships being canceled.

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The reasoning for the increased temperatures and frequent rain in Ontario, as well as the rest of Canada is due to the fact that the country is increasing by 4 Degree’s every year. This is leading to not just a change in temperatures but a small change in landscape. As the world continues to flip its polar caps, which is what many scientists believe to be happening countries such as Canada & Russia will become far more tropical while countries like Mexico & South Africa will resemble Canada’s winter, spring, fall and summer seasons.

This is unfortunately this second year in a row in which this event has had to be canceled due to the rising temperatures. These hockey players, all one hundred and seventy-two teams as well as the volunteers, ice crews and viewers will need to come to face the reality that the climate of Canada & all northern based countries are changing at a rapid rate. Annual yearly events such as these will no longer be a reality on ponds.

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