Selkirk College will host Robogames 2014 on November 15 at the 10th Street Campus in the Mary Hall building.

Robots duke it out at Selkirk

While the political candidates are duking it out live at the polling stations so will the battle for robot supremacy be fought among us.

Frasier vs. Ali, Tyson vs. Holyfield, Edward vs. Jacob — all epic battles, but none of them can hold a candle to the robot vs. robot competition of Robogames 2014 which is being held on Saturday, November 15 at the Selkirk College Tenth Street Campus in the Mary Hall building.

While the political candidates are duking it out live at the polling stations on that same day, so will the battle for robot supremacy be fought among us.

Throughout the fall, youth, adults, teams and schools have been living, learning and loving robotics in anticipation of the big event.

All members of the public (including robots) are welcome to come on out and experience the battle Robogames 2014 with free admission.

The event starts at 10 a.m. and entry is free. For more information visit or email NTC President, Brad Pommen at

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