Thanks to the Hockey Canada Foundation, 3,322 young hockey players across the country will receive registration subsidies through the HCF Assist Fund this season.
Do you know a woman who goes above and beyond as a coach? Nominate them for the BFL Women in Coaching Award!
The NHL/NHLPA First Shift ensures new-to-hockey families have an accessible, affordable, safe and fun experience.
Watch the livestream of Canada’s National Junior Team hopefuls vs. the U SPORTS all-stars at selection camp, Dec. 12-13 in Oakville.
Watch the greatest showcase of talent from the Canadian Junior Hockey League at the World Junior A Hockey Challenge.
Journey to PHC: LeBlanc
Jacob LeBlanc always wanted to be on the ice, and para hockey gives him that opportunity while growing the game.
Experience the thrill of the greatest rivalry in hockey and the very best of the women’s game! 2023-24 Rivalry Series tickets in Ontario and Saskatchewan are on sale now.
After years of hard work following an ATV accident, Mitchell Garrett is ready to don the Maple Leaf for the first time.
Saying hello to the Sea Dogs
Ahead of the Para Hockey Cup, members of Team Canada shared their stories with the Saint John Sea Dogs.
From a winless preliminary round to the gold medal, revisit Canada West’s run to the title the last time World Junior A Hockey Challenge was held in Truro in 2017.
Carving her own path
She has one of the most recognizable names in sports, but London McDavid is driven to make her own mark in hockey.
Hockey Canada’s first Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Path Forward will help the work to drive long-term change.
Independent Safe Sport Complaint Process
2023 World Junior A Hockey Challenge: SWE 4 – CAN-W 2 (Preliminary)
Sawyer scored but Canada West dropped its opener to Sweden.
2023 U18 Nationals: Saturday, November 11 (Medal Games)
Ontario Red won a 13th U18 Nationals gold in Dawson Creek
2023 U18 Nationals: Friday, November 10 (Semifinals & Placement)
Ontario Red and Quebec will play for U18 Nationals gold in Dawson Creek.
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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.

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