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Kyla Shead, office assistant for Women and Gender Studies and Labour Studies // Photo by Chris Reid

Kyla Shead, office assistant for Women and Gender Studies and Labour Studies. // Photo by Chris Reid

Recollections from the Games: Kyla Shead

U of M office assistant shares her Canada Summer Games memories

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Jeux du Canada Games, the U of M will be running a Q & A series entitled Recollections from the Games to highlight U of M alumni, faculty, staff and students involved in the Canada Games as athletes, coaches and volunteers.

This week the series features Kyla Shead, office assistant for Women & Gender Studies and Labour Studies. Shead (nee Bremner) played basketball in the 1987 Canada Summer Games in Cape Breton and 30 years after that memorable athletic experience she has signed-up to give back to a new generation of Canada Games athletes by volunteering for basketball and volleyball at this summer’s Canada Games.

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