It’s Not a Game, It’s a Way of Life

Using "our game" as a vehicle to build bridges between people.

The Dog River Howlers are an invitational rugby club founded by Karl Fix in early 2007 for the lovers of "our game".  The club is based in Dog River (Regina), Saskatchewan, Canada ,which was the fictional home  for CTV's popular "CORNER GAS" TV series. The Howlers are made up of players and supporters from all parts of Canada, as well as a few from other countries, who believe that "rugby is more than a game, but a way of life". The club tours to interesting parts of the world, plays rugby and enjoys unique cultural experiences, while also giving something back to that country's sport and/or people. The Howlers also raise funds and contribute to worthwhile endeavours unrelated to rugby. The Howlers use "our game" as a vehicle to build bridges between people around the world.

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