London, Ont., has been selected to host the 2018 Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf, supporting the growth of the game in southwestern Ontario and across the country.
Grassroots hockey on the Prairies will receive a $300,000 boost from proceeds of the Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart and the Hockey Canada Foundation are helping Canadian kids cover registration, and equipment costs.
The new directors bring a mix of hockey experience, business sense and community involvement to the HCF and CHFUS boards.
Initiation programming, a new facility and helping families in financial need are part of the legacy plan in Saskatoon.
Hockey Canada and the Hockey Canada Foundation have contributed $15,000 in support of minor hockey in Fort Murray.
The Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf is going to the Prairies in 2017; Saskatoon, Sask., will host from June 19-20.
Donna Iampieri has taken the reigns of the Hockey Canada Foundation as executive director, ready to help grow the game.
David Branch, Geraldine Heaney, Mario Lemieux and Bob Nicholson were honoured with the Order of Hockey in Canada in Halifax.
The Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf will leave an important legacy to help grassroots hockey grow on the East Coast.
After the success of the 2015 Celebrity Classic in Toronto, the MLSE Foundation is ready to reinvest in the local hockey community.
Nov. 10 was girls’ night in Boucherville; 45 girls took part in the first all-female First Shift with a pair of Olympic golden girls.
The HCF Celebrity Classic is headed to Atlantic Canada; Halifax, N.S., will host the annual gala and golf tournament in June.
Thanks to the HCF, 40 underprivileged kids in northeastern Ontario have the opportunity to be a part of the game they love.
Hockey Alberta and the Boys and Girls Club have given 30 kids in southern Alberta the chance to play hockey for the first time.
For the 31 young players who were part of Dreams Come True during the 2015 TELUS Cup, a new season can’t come soon enough.
The HCF continues to leave a legacy, partnering with the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation to open a new community rink.
Thanks in part to funds from the 2012 HCF Celebrity Classic, residents in Toronto’s Regent Park now have a safer place to skate.