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It may not be as high-tech as the Zamboni that cleans the ice between periods at Bell MTS Place, but a Winnipeg father/son team has been shining the ice on the Seine River with a DIY ice resurfacer made out of a discarded washing machine.
Anthony Theriault told 680 CJOB the project started when his dad Ron came home from work one day and asked him for some help.
“He said, ‘Anthony, you’ve got to help me do something.’”
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“I went downstairs and I looked in his truck and there were these skis, there were curling brooms, there were metal pieces, and all sorts of bits and bobs.
“At first I was, ‘What the heck is he going to do with all this stuff?’”
Ron, who owns an appliance repair shop, said once he explained his idea, the project began in earnest.
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