Recent Articles

By Melanie Brooke: The Concordian March 8, 1994 In addition to practising the safety methods outlined in the booklet, Seguin recommends students leam the location and telephone numbers of all security services available to them, on and off campus. Important numbers, such as campus security, health services, the MUC police, hospitals with sexual assault protocols, …

By Steve McDougall Suburban Staff – June 23, 1993 Every year, thousands of homes in the west end are broken into, especially when the residents are away on vacation. Many people feel helpless about preventing such break-ins, and just hope their insurance policies will cover the losses. But George Manoli says there are things that …

David Goldberg, The Monitor January 19, 1993 Following the popularity of their woman’s self-defense courses, the town of Montreal West will soon be offering a similar program for youngsters aged 10 to 13. “We’ve been getting a steady 10 to 12 women per session for the self-defense program,” said Steve Arsenault of the Recreation Department. …

Diana MacDonald, The Informer – November 11, 1991 With her heart pounding and her pulse racing, the woman screams and thrusts her free, open hand into her assailant’s eyes. She kicks him with all her will as he moves to release her grip. She manages to struggle her other hand free and goes directly for …

L’informateur de Riviere des Praries March 31, 1989 L’Association des scouts bilingues de Rivière-des-Prairies a reçu de la grande visite il y quelques jours. En effet, Georges Manoli, policier spécialisé dans la prévention des crimes et des agressions, est venu expliquer aux jeunes les règles de sécurité dans les lieux publics ainsi que les moyens …

By DAN BARNES Gazette Staff Writer December 4, 1985 Corey Somers may never have to deliver a killing blow on the street. It’s enough that he knows he can. The 16-year-old hard contact karate orange belt delivered a crushing roundhouse kick to the head of his much bigger opponent to win the yellow/orange belt division …

By DAN BARNES Gazette Staff Writer – October 9, 1985 George Manoli will hop continents for a chance to kick rival countryman Raynald Campbell. Something like ‘I’d fly a thousand miles for a Campbell. ‘ Their rivalry is just as old as the joke, harking back to Japan in 1980 when Campbell, Canada’s top-ranked non-contact …

DAN BARNES Gazelle Staff Writer – September 5,1985 George Manoli’s third international karate tournament could well be his last. It’s not that the black belt is getting too tight around his waist. But, “I’m getting older. It takes longer for things to heal and if I get badly injured my (teachingl job is affected,” said …

By DAN BARNES Gazette Staff Writer June 12,1985 George Manoli likes a good kick in the head. The St. Albert black belt karate instructor had his fill Thursday night at Father Jan when he ran the 1st St. Albert Open – bellow black belt Level – Full Contact Karate-do Championships. As expected, Manoli’s Kenkokan students …

1234