Canadian Emergency Services Boxing Association


                            SPECIAL BULLETIN


                                                              Police Memorial Boxing

                                                                     In Support of

                                                  The Canadian Forces “Soldier On” Fund



On the first Sunday of May every year thousands of Police and Peace Officers and their supporters join together to honor, remember and pay respect to officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. It is vital that we never forget these heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice.


There is a strong, rich and proud history between Law Enforcement Officers and the men and women of the Canadian Forces.  This powerful bond has proven countless times throughout history that one of the main reasons Canada is the greatest country in the world is because of the honor, courage and integrity of our soldiers, police & peace officers.


CESBA, members of the emergency services and all who support them will be demonstrating our unwavering support, during the Ontario Police Memorial weekend, for our Canadian Forces by hosting a sanctioned amateur boxing event. This event is in support of the “Soldier On” Fund which supports the physical and psychological rehabilitation of the men and women of the Canadian Forces who have suffered injury.


Members of the 3rd Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment, other Canadian Forces Members and Reservists have just returned from their deployment to Afghanistan and we will honoring them at the event and having a proper “welcome home” party after the boxing show.


          Date/time:  Saturday May 2nd, 2009 –  Doors Open at 3 p.m. for open training.

                                Opening ceremonies at 4 p.m.

                                Post event social and party – 7 p.m. till close.


            Where:  West Seven Lounge – Hwy #7 at Winston Churchill Blvd –  Halton – Peel border.


            What:  Sanctioned amateur boxing event precluded with an open training session featuring Brampton’s

                         Troy Ross – Canadian/Commonwealth Cruiserweight Champion – two-time Canadian Olympian –

                         NBC Contender Series Champion who is slated for a world title shot fall of 2009.


            Who:  Female and male police/peace officers from Halton, Hamilton, O.P.P., Peel, Toronto and Ministry of

                        Community Safety and Corrections meeting each other in the ring.  There are also two “Olympic

                        Prospect” matches.


It’s time to answer the bell and not be counted out!


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