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Feb 2019 – Michel Nader

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Michel Nader, 3rd Dan – Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada Michel Nader began training at the Amherst Shotokan Karate Academy in September of 2008. His parents enrolled him in karate to help boost his confidence and to get him active in the community. “Ever since the first week I started I’ve loved karate, and I’ve never […]

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The IKD continues to grow

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The International Karate Daigaku continues to grow. The organization which was created in 2011 has grown to include 50 Nations. The following Nations have recently joined the IKD; Bermuda, Botswana, Cayman Islands, Congo, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Visit our Member Nations to see if there is a dojo near you. If […]

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Jan 2019 – Dale Sherwood

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Dale Sherwood, 1st Dan – Sackville, NB, Canada Dale Sherwood, 1st Dan, started training in January 2016, in Sackville, New Brunswick, under Sensei Norm Robitza. Dale started training because of a fascination he had with the art since a young age. “Life slips by quickly and so do our dreams if we don’t take action. I […]

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Sensei Foster awarded Medal

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Sensei Jennifer Foster was awarded the IKD National Medal of Service at a clinic and grading conducted by Shuseki Shihan Frank Woon-A-Tai this week in Bruce Mines, Ontario. Sensei Foster is the fourth recipient of this distinguished award which has also been presented to Shihan Bernice Hughes, Shihan Janice Pyke, Sensei Chris Troch and now […]

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Sensei Troch awarded Medal

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Sensei Chris Troch was awarded the IKD National Medal of Service by Shuseki Shihan Frank Woon-A-Tai earlier this week. Sensei Troch reopened the Sault Ste. Marie dojo after it was damaged by a fire back in June. The reopening of the location saw Shuseki Shihan Frank Woon-A-Tai conduct a training class and rank tests. Also […]