Western Fair Raceway regular driver Trevor Henry captured the Canadian harness racing driving championship.
When visiting the track this year there was a lot of talk about Henry’s winning ways. He had 533 victories in 2012.
Jennifer O’Brien wrote a story on Henry’s championship.
With the provincial government-teachers’ dispute at full force, is there a possibility other kids like Henry could just drop out and seek their own way?
I’m surprised Henry could quit school in Grade 9 as it is mandatory to be educated until at least the age of 16 in Canada. How is that enforced?
While Henry’s decision hasn’t impacted him financially, that could change when the slots-at-racetracks program ends in March.