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20 communities across Canada will host the learn-to-play program for young Canadians.
Players – and parents – in Cornwall, Ont., are seeing the benefits of 4 on 4.
The program will get 30,000 Canadians into the game over the next three years.
Skills camps, coach seminars, skill testing and more are coming to Ontario and Quebec.
Practice plans are just a touch away with the new Hockey Canada Drill Hub by Samsung.
The HCF and Hockey Quebec are covering registration fees for 2013-14.
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