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Feb 16, 2014
When Lynda Price found out her son was heading to the Olympics inSochi, she booked a plane ticket immediately.
Her son, 26-year-old Carey Price, tends goal for the Canada’s Men’s Olympic Team.
The former chief of Ulkatcho First Nation in B.C. says it’s always been a priority to support her children. That support has often meant travelling great distances.
In remote Anahim Lake, B.C. the closest competitors and rinks were miles away from where the family lived. Carey’s father bought a small plane and learned to fly so his son could play the sport.
Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/news/aboriginal/culture-keeps-olympic-goalie-carey-price-grounded-mom-says-1.2537408