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'''Dwayne Provo''' is a [[Canada|Canadian]] athlete, school administrator, and politician. Provo was born in [[North Preston, Nova Scotia]] (one of Canada's largest [[Black Nova Scotians|Black]] communities) and attended university at [[St. Mary's University (Nova Scotia)|St. Mary's University]] where he played [[Canadian football]] and was [[Canadian College Draft|drafted in 1995]] by the [[Saskatchewan Roughriders]]. He went on to play profressional football in the [[Canadian Football League]] for 8 years (as well as a brief stint in the [[National Football League]]). Since retiring from football he has taken further university studies and worked as a school administrator. In the [[2006 Nova Scotia election]] he ran as the [[Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia]] candidate for the riding of [[Preston (electoral district)|Preston]], but finished lost to Liberal [[Keith Colwell]]. In [[2009 Nova Scotia election|2009 he ran again]] but placed third behind Colwell and and New Democrat [[Janet Sutcliffe]]. He is a cousin to boxer [[Kirk Johnson]] and hockey player [[Evander Kane]].
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'''Dwayne Provo''' is a [[Canada|Canadian]] athlete, school administrator, and politician. Provo was born in [[North Preston, Nova Scotia]] (one of Canada's largest [[Black Nova Scotians|Black]] communities) and attended university at [[St. Mary's University (Nova Scotia)|St. Mary's University]] where he played [[Canadian football]] and was [[Canadian College Draft|drafted in 1995]] by the [[Saskatchewan Roughriders]]. He went on to play profressional football in the [[Canadian Football League]] for 8 years (as well as a brief stint in the [[National Football League]]). Since retiring from football he has taken further university studies and worked as a school administrator. In the [[2006 Nova Scotia election]] he ran as the [[Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia]] candidate for the riding of [[Preston (electoral district)|Preston]], but finished lost to Liberal [[Keith Colwell]]. In [[2009 Nova Scotia election|2009 he ran again]] but placed third behind Colwell and and New Democrat [[Janet Sutcliffe]]. He is a cousin to boxer [[Kirk Johnson]] and hockey player [[Evander Kane]].He also coachs the lawrencetown gold diggerssoftball assosiation(hey dwayne its sm)
   
 
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