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CANADA GAMES: Team P.E.I. participates in opening ceremonies

Team P.E.I. enters the opening ceremonies at the Canada Games Friday in Red Deer, Alta. Mark Cundict photo
Team P.E.I. enters the opening ceremonies at the Canada Games Friday in Red Deer, Alta. Mark Cundict photo - Contributed
RED DEER, Alta. —

Team P.E.I. took part in the opening ceremonies of the Canada Games Friday in Red Deer, Alta.

Charlottetown gymnast Cameron Davis was the Island's flag-bearer for the opening ceremonies.

RELATED: Click here for more on Davis.
The opening ceremonies included performances by Canadian country singer Brett Kissel.

The Island contingent for Week 1 includes boys' hockey, ringette, speed skating, biathlon, table tennis and gymnastics.

RELATED: Click here to find out who is representing Prince Edward Island in Red Deer.

The schedule of events for the Games can be found by CLICKING HERE.

Team P.E.I. departed Charlottetown on Thursday and began play today.

RELATED: Click here for a story, photos, video from the Charlottetown airport.

The Games have connected many families of Islanders since the Games began in February 1967 in Quebec City with 1,800 athletes participating from 10 provinces and two territories in 15 events. It is now the largest multi-sport competition in Canada for young athletes.

RELATED: Click here for a story on the White family's involvement.

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