Thank you Canada tour will stop in Quebec!

Thank you Canada tour will stop in Quebec!

La tournée Merci Canada fera une halte à Québec !
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On November 10, you will be able to attend the Thank You Canada tour, which will be in Quebec City, more specifically at the Videotron Centre.


But what exactly is the Thank You Canada Tour? This is a unique opportunity for all figure skating enthusiasts to see the best Olympic athletes in the field performing on the ice ring at the Videotron Centre.

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Athletes Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are the lead and co-producers of this tour. Above all, they see it as an opportunity to thank their Canadian fans who follow and encourage them during the Pyeongchang Games. This is an opportunity for them to express their creativity and also to explore new artistic avenues in figure skating.


During the visit to Quebec, you will also have the opportunity to see Joannie Rochette who will be the special guest of the evening …

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Tessa Virtue was born May 17, 1989 in London, Ontario, she is double Olympic champion, vice Olympic champion and triple world champion. She has skated with Scott Moir as a partner for over 21 years!


Like Tessa, Scott was also born in London, Ontario, at the age of 31, and obviously shares the same titles as his partner. He currently lives in Montreal and comes from a skater family.


Although many rumors would like them as a couple, the two athletes claim to be only friends.


The two athletes brought a second Olympic title in ice dancing from South Korea. Since then, they have participated in the Ellen DeGeneres show, they have also taken part in Stars on Ice Canada. In addition, Tessa became the face of Nivea Canada.


In addition to Tessa and Scott, the rest of the Canadian figure skating team will be in Pyeongchang: Kaetlyn Osmond, Eric Radford and Meagan Duhamel as well as Patrick Chan and Elvis Stojko. Some who have retired after the last Olympic Games, this is one of the last opportunities to see them perform feats on the ice.

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