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Olivia Piercey and Brianna Orange - Canadian Improv Games participants

The Canadian Improv Games took place at the National Arts Centre recently. It was a four-day event where high school improv teams from across the country were invited to compete. The games originally started 42 years ago, helping youth build confidence, communication and teamwork. The improv team from Canterbury High School made it to the Regional Finals and won that championship. They then moved on to place 5th at the national competition. Adrian Harewood spoke to 2 members from the Canturbury team, Grade 10 students Olivia Piercey and Brianna Orange on the program Our Ottawa.
The Canadian Improv Games took place at the National Arts Centre recently. It was a four-day event where high school improv teams from across the country were invited to compete. The games originally started 42 years ago, helping youth build confidence, communication and teamwork. The improv team from Canterbury High School made it to the Regional Finals and won that championship. They then moved on to place 5th at the national competition. Adrian Harewood spoke to 2 members from the Canturbury team, Grade 10 students Olivia Piercey and Brianna Orange on the program Our Ottawa. 14:22