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Embracing a new life through hockey
Bridget Vales had never seen – or even heard of – hockey until she moved from the Philippines to Saskatchewan; now the 14-year-old can’t get enough of Canada’s game.
Call out for WJC volunteers!
The TELUS World Juniors Volunteer Program has launched for the 2025 tournament in Ottawa, with several roles available.
A call for athlete reps
Current or former Hockey Canada athletes are encouraged to apply for the Hockey Canada Athlete Committee before June 2.
National Championships
Molinaro gets his moment
After getting a taste of the Centennial Cup last season, albeit from the bench, Julian Molinaro has backstopped the Calgary Canucks to the National Junior A Championship.
Regina wins Esso Cup
Berlin Lolacher and Stryker Zablocki scored, and the Rebels edged North York 2-1 to win the Esso Cup for the first time.
Magog wins TELUS Cup
Marc-Olivier Proteau and Antoine Boudreau had a goal and two assists each, helping the Cantonniers win the TELUS Cup.
From brothers to teammates
Mason and Hudson Chitaroni had never played together, but when a chance came to join the Greater Sudbury Cubs, the brothers connected for an unforgettable season.
World Championships
Remembering the wild ride in Riga
Three years ago, Canada won the most unlikely of its 28 gold medals at the IIHF World Championship. Looking back, how exactly did it go from winless to world champions?
Pride and passion in Prague
A gold medal-winning captain in 1997, Dean Evason has brought a love for the game and his country.
Nash taps into experience
Rick Nash won gold as a player. Now, he’s taking what he learned to build the 2024 edition of Team Canada as GM.
Journey to Para Worlds: Tyler McGregor
Supporting his NHL dreams, coming together during his cancer battle or cheering him on with Team Canada, Tyler McGregor has always had Forest, Ontario, behind him.
Brian’s life behind the bench
Brian Sugiyama has spent the last three decades coaching his kids, his grandkids, other people’s kids and even other coaches who just want to make the game better.
In My Words: Adam Dixon
The Team Canada veteran talks about his summers at Campfire Circle, and why he’s still volunteering at the camp.
The gratitude for volunteering
After 22 years of volunteering, Susan Sloan can’t imagine her life without giving her time to her community.
EDI Path Forward published
Hockey Canada has unveiled its first Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Path Forward as part of the organization’s ongoing work to drive long-term, sustainable change.
Independent Safe Sport Complaint Process
MWC: Highlights – SUI 3, CAN 2 SO (Semifinal)
MWC: Highlights – CAN 6, SVK 3 (Quarterfinal)
MWC: Highlights – CAN 4, CZE 3 OT (Preliminary)
MWC: Remembering the wild ride in Riga
Centennial: Highlights – Collingwood 1, Melfort 0 (Championship)
MWC: Highlights – CAN 3, SUI 2 (Preliminary)
MWC: Highlights – CAN 5, FIN 3 (Preliminary)
NMT: Evason brings passion and pride to Prague
MWC: Highlights – CAN 4, NOR 1 (Preliminary)
Miramichi Timberwolves (MHL) vs. Collingwood Blues (OJHL)| Centennial Cup
Calgary Canucks (AJHL) vs. Melfort Mustangs (SJHL)| Centennial Cup
Centennial: From brothers to teammates
Navan Grads (CCHL) vs. Miramichi Timberwolves (MHL) | Centennial Cup
Winkler Flyers (MJHL) vs. Calgary Canucks (AJHL) | Centennial Cup
WPHC: Thank you for a Para Worlds to remember
Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) vs. Oakville Blades (HST) | Centennial Cup
Collingwood Blues (OJHL) vs. Navan Grads (CCHL) | Centennial Cup
Greater Sudbury Cubs (NOJHL) vs. Collège Français de Longueuil (LHJQ) | Centennial Cup
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Edmonton, Alta., Canada
Date: Aug 3 to 10

Land Acknowledgment

Hockey Canada acknowledges with respect, the history, spirituality, and culture of the First Nations and peoples on whose traditional territories we gather and whose ancestors signed Treaties with our ancestors.

We recognize also, the Inuit and Métis whose ancestors shared this land and these waters.

May we all, as Treaty People, live with respect on this land, and live in peace and friendship with all its diverse peoples.

This recognition and respect for Indigenous Peoples and their lands is a key towards reconciliation.