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Meagan Aarts

Corporate Health and Safety Manager

Powell Contracting Ltd

HQ Phone:  (905) 727-2518

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Powell Contracting Ltd

180 Ram Forest Road

Gormley, Ontario,L0H 1G0

Canada

Company Description

Powell is the leader in the temporary concrete barrier business in Ontario. With 30 years of experience, a knowledgeable staff, skilled operators and an extensive equipment fleet, Powell can meet your traffic barrier needs, large or small. Powell offers a ... more

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Employment History

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University of Maine


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MGHD Staff

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Megan Aarts
Forward, Vaughan Flames, CWHL Team + Player Development


Canadian Women's Hockey League | Meagan Aarts brings strong leadership to the Furies roster | Pointstreak Sites

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Meagan Aarts brings strong leadership to the Furies roster
Share Apr 19, 2013 Meagan Aarts brings strong leadership to the Furies roster One of the veteran leaders on the Toronto Furies, Meagan Aarts is working towards bringing the Furies to higher levels of glory. Her role as a leader is one that she takes seriously. As a veteran of several Clarkson Cups, Aarts is quick to notice the growth of the game. "Definitely. I think it has grown immensely since then. It is exciting to see how well the league is doing." When not competing with the blue and white, Aarts is employed as a corporate Health and Safety Manager. Among other CWHL teams, Aarts once competed for the now-defunct Vaughan Flames. "It was completely different than it is now. We were not given as much as we are given now. Today, it is bigger than it used to be. The hockey (itself) is still competitive; it is just run better now." With Toronto holding one of the larger hockey fan bases in the world, Aarts is happy to be competing in the city. "Yes, I think we have the best place for anyone to play. The Maple Leafs are a sponsor and there lots of opportunities in Toronto for people to work. It is something players might consider when thinking where they want to play." The opportunity to grace the frozen perimeter of Air Canada Centre in November 2012 was a point of pride for Aarts. "That was amazing. In past years, Aarts also had the opportunity to compete in exhibition matches with fellow CWHL All-Stars against NHL alumni.


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Meagan Aarts brings strong leadership to the Furies roster
Canadian Women's Hockey League | Meagan Aarts brings strong leadership to the Furies roster | Pointstreak Sites Canadian Women's Hockey League Meagan Aarts brings strong leadership to the Furies roster Date: Apr 19, 2013 RSS Bookmark and Share Meagan Aarts brings strong leadership to the Furies roster One of the veteran leaders on the Toronto Furies, Meagan Aarts is working towards bringing the Furies to higher levels of glory. Her role as a leader is one that she takes seriously. As a veteran of several Clarkson Cups, Aarts is quick to notice the growth of the game. "Definitely. I think it has grown immensely since then. It is exciting to see how well the league is doing." When not competing with the blue and white, Aarts is employed as a corporate Health and Safety Manager. Among other CWHL teams, Aarts once competed for the now-defunct Vaughan Flames. "It was completely different than it is now. We were not given as much as we are given now. Today, it is bigger than it used to be. The hockey (itself) is still competitive; it is just run better now." With Toronto holding one of the larger hockey fan bases in the world, Aarts is happy to be competing in the city. "Yes, I think we have the best place for anyone to play. The Maple Leafs are a sponsor and there lots of opportunities in Toronto for people to work. It is something players might consider when thinking where they want to play." The opportunity to grace the frozen perimeter of Air Canada Centre in November 2012 was a point of pride for Aarts. "That was amazing. In past years, Aarts also had the opportunity to compete in exhibition matches with fellow CWHL All-Stars against NHL alumni.


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The rookies will be joined on forward by returners Meagan Aarts (University of Maine), Brooke Beazer (Clarkson University), Jenny Brine (Harvard University), Kristy Zamora (Brown University), Kelly Zamora (Wayne State University), Mallory Deluce (University of Wisconsin) and Kori Cheverie (St. Mary's University).


Female Training

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National Women's Hockey League Players - Desi Clark, Megan Aarts, Latoya Clarke + Joanne Eustace


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