WeeStreem is taking it to the beach. Wee have teamed up with the Ontario Volleyball Association to broadcast 4 matches (2 Gold Medal, 2 Bronze Medal) at the Youth Provincial Beach Volleyball Championships at Ashbridge’s Bay Beach in Toronto. These are the best young beach players in all of Ontario vying for the title of Provincial Champion! Tune in on Sunday, August 6th – first match at 1:00pm.
WeeStreem has partnered with the OPFL (Ontario Provincial Football League) to Live Stream their 5 Championship games this Sunday (Kingston) and Monday (St. Catharines). Sunday, wee head to Kingston to Richardson Stadium, the home of the Queen’s University Gaels, for the 3 Premier (AAA) Division Championships games. Wee kickoff at 1:00pm with the Bantam Final (Grades 7-8) featuring Hamilton Jr. Ti-Cats v. Durham Dolphins. It’s a 4:00pm kickoff for the Junior Varsity Final (Grades 9-10) pitting Essex Ravens v. Cumberland Panthers. That is followed at 7:00pm with the Varsity Final featuring London Jr. Mustangs v. Ottawa Sooners. On Monday, WeeStreem returns home for the Regional Rep. (AA) Finals at Kiwanis Field in St. Catharines. Kickoff is at 1:00pm in the Bantam Division with Guelph Gryphons v. Orangeville Outlaws. Finally at 4:00pm it’s the Junior Varsity final with Clarington Knights v. TNT Express (New Tecumseth).
Wee are very happy & proud to be broadcasting these exceptional young athletes to the world. Good luck to all involved. See you on the gridiron!
The University of Guelph will be home to 9 days of fierce competition, friendship & fun. Athletes will be competing for medals in archery, badminton, basketball, marksmanship, swimming, powerlifting, track & field, curling, floor hockey, boccia, table tennis, soccer and volleyball.
WeeStreem will be live streaming a broad cross-section of events throughout the WDG (World Dwarf Games), beginning with the opening ceremony @ 7pm on Friday, August 4th. Wee could not be any happier to be partnered with such incredible group of international athletes, coaches, parents and volunteers.
Wee have been hired to live stream City Council Meetings for the City of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada beginning March, 2017. Niagara Falls becomes the 3rd Municipality in Niagara to bring WeeStreem in to satisfy their live streaming needs – a wise choice wee believe 😉 In addition to Niagara Falls, Thorold & Wainfleet, wee also stream Board Meetings for the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority…….you could say wee have Niagara covered. Wee look forward to bringing the affairs of the Honeymoon Capital to its residents at home & while travelling abroad. It’s going to be a fun ride.
If you have a live streaming need anywhere in Niagara (or beyond) contact WeeStreem.
Wee are back in the gym for 2017! WeeStreem & Gymnastics Ontario are teaming up again this year to stream their Championships. Wee have been stretching, high-stepping and trampolining our way into shape for what is going to be another remarkable year of athleticism and achievement……..for the athletes lol. These Gymnasts are absolutely incredible and wee are so happy to be sharing their incredible talent with friends & family around the world.
Wee were on board for the 2017 State of the Region Address at John Michael’s Banquet Centre in Thorold, Ontario with Regional Chair Alan Caslin. Hundreds enjoyed some food & laughs while wee peered into the future of Niagara……….and it looks bright! Go Train is coming! 2021 Canada Summer Games are coming! Fully integrated inter-municipal transit is on the way! It’s a great time to live in and be invested in Niagara! Here’s to a prosperous 2017 & beyond!
Enjoy the video. Regional Chair Alan Caslin begins his address at approx 1hr36min.
Wee continue to deliver unprecedented live coverage to the people of Niagara. Working with the City of Niagara Falls & the Niagara Falls Chamber of Commerce, WeeStreem live streamed Mayor Jim Diodati’s State of the City address from a sold-out Grand Ballroom at the Americana Resort. The Mayor was animated as always, and entertained the hundreds in attendance peeking at future plans for the City. Wee not only delivered that message to the residents live, but the stream has also acted well as a video archive of the event, continuing to accumulate views.
Wee returned to Brock University in our home city of St. Catharines on March 5th to continue our great broadcast relationship with the Ontario Volleyball Association. The 16U Grand Prix, featuring the best 8 teams in the 16U Girls Division, culminates Sunday with the live stream of the Consolation GOLD & Championship GOLD matches at 11:30am & 12:45pm (times are approx.). Wee continue with our simul-streams, meaning you can catch all Sunday’s action on YouTube & the OVA Facebook page – it will be tough to miss if you’re part of the OVA community.
On Sunday, February 26, 2017, wee will be at Brock University in our home town of St. Catharines, Ontario to live stream the Ontario Volleyball Association 16U Boys Grand Prix Championship & Consolation Finals. Wee love working with the OVA – the competition is fierce, the athleticism is inspiring and the camaraderie is felt throughout the event – from team to team to team. This weekend, there are 8 teams vying for the title – Storm RipTide, PVB High Performance, LVC Fire Heat, Noir et Or, Pakmen, Mac, Maverick Chargers and the local boys, Niagara Rapids Black Boys.