Author: albert_dev

Cooking skills no barrier to dis-ability

Once a week, Canterbury League Club Head Chef Stephanie Azar sharpens her knives and starts running the group of people in front of her through the night’s instructions and recipes. On tonight’s menu is sweet potato wedges and beef burger patties. Sounds easy enough however what separates this new group from her usual cluster of

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Congratulations Nikki Jackson. You and 9 mates will be watching the footy in style next Thursday 3rd August.

ClubsNSW finalist in three categories

In an amazing achievement, Canterbury has been recognised as a finalist in three different categories in the 2017 ClubsNSW Clubs & Community Awards. The projects Canterbury is nominated for this year are ‘Feeding the Homeless’ with Maronties on Mission (Health & Wellbeing), ‘Thriving not Surviving’ health program with One Door Mental Health (Disability, Welfare &

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Great winter weather speeding up construction

The recent spate of sunny winter weather over the past few weeks have seen construction work progress quickly on the underground car park at the front of Canterbury. Workers are currently building the concrete ply forms of the top level in preparation for the final concrete pour to form the roof of the underground car

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CEOs raise awareness and funds to help the homeless

Every night there are thousands of people across New South Wales who are sleeping rough on the streets or are in emergency housing because they have nowhere else to go. Since 2006 St Vincent de Paul Society have been organising their CEO Sleepout and inviting CEOs to spend a night on the streets in an

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Congratulations Anh Tran, you and 3 friends have won dinner with Richie Kennar & Rhyse Martin. Come along, grab a bite to eat and meet the boys next Tuesday 27th June for your chance to win dinner with Josh Reynolds & Kerrod Holland.  

Staying fit for mental health

For the past eight years, people with mental health disabilities have been getting a boost up thanks to the ‘Thriving, Not Surviving’ mental health program available at C-Life Health Club. Run in conjunction with One Door (formerly Schizophrenia Fellowship of NSW), Canterbury and Croydon Community Mental Health Centre, and supported with yearly $15,000 donations from

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If you were to peer into the hole at the front of the Club, you’ll be surprised to see how close to the top construction has progressed to complete the multi storey underground car park.  Parkview are currently working on forming the two new areas of basement level 1 – one side is the car

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Sixty years ago, on 6 June 1957, a small little club operating out of a repurposed wooden naval hut officially opened to a membership base of 292 members. Fast forward 60 years, Canterbury recently celebrated with a cake cutting ceremony with the Board of Directors and some special guests including Canterbury Life Members Harry Murray,

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