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List Champion: List and Sheila Wells

list champion: Thousands across the country participated in exercises such as snow shoveling, sailing and even pillow fighting! Sheila Wells of Northern B.C. was named a play list champion and documented the entire experience on her Twitter account Swel Sheila, according to Vancouver Courier. We asked her to share more about the challenge below. In celebration of our great nation's big 1-5-0 last year, ParticipACTION challenged us to get more active by taking part in their 150 Play List the ultimate list of activities that define us as Canadians. Rachel Johnstonarticle continues below Trending Stories Vancouver bus tracking map allows you to track movement in real time Memory loss Clark Drive plaza sits forgotten and neglected Online tool tracks empty homes across Metro Vancouver Michelle Obama is coming to Vancouver Feb. 15Tell us a little bit about yourself and your life in Prince Rupert. We have magnificent views of the mountains and Pacific Ocean and it is very easy to be outdoors exploring and taking in the beauty. Prince Rupert is small, coastal, somewhat isolated town in the North West corner of British Columbia. ( As reported in the news.