GREAT CANADIANS: SHELDON KENNEDY
He is a World Juniors gold medallist, Memorial Cup champion and eight-year NHLer, but it’s what Sheldon Kennedy has done off the ice that has made the biggest impact.
After seeing the passion their kids had for the game, a group of Calgary mothers decided to lace up the skates themselves.
GREAT CANADIANS: MICHAEL J. FOX
The actor and philanthropist – honoured alongside Danielle Goyette, the Governor General and Joé Juneau – credits minor hockey in B.C. for his ‘never give ...
GREAT CANADIANS: DANIELLE GOYETTE
The two-time Olympic gold medallist and eight-time world champion can look back on a single moment as a teenager that shaped the rest of her career, and of her life.
HC AMBASSADOR: KOBE POULIN
Born without his left arm, eight-year-old Kobe Poulin is overcoming obstacles and leaving his mark on the Regina hockey community just two years into his playing career.
HC AMBASSADOR: IAN CORKIN
At the rink early in the morning and answering questions well into the night, Ian Corkin has dedicated thousands of behind-the-scenes hours to making Hockey Calgary run.
GREAT CANADIANS: MURRAY COSTELLO
The long-time president and CEO of Hockey Canada has dedicated his life to the game, but it’s because the sport gave him every opportunity and he wants to pass that on.
GREAT CANADIANS: RIGHT HON. DAVID JOHNSTON
The Governor General talks about his love for the game, his career at Harvard and how Cooney Weiland, his coach with the Crimson, helped inspire him on and off the ice.
GREAT CANADIANS: CASSIE CAMPBELL-PASCALL
The former Captain Canada and two-time Olympic gold medallist shares the lessons hockey taught her, and why it’s important to keep giving back to the hockey community.
SHARING A CANADIAN PASSION
With the help of Hockey Canada, 82 young Syrian refugees who are students Belvedere Parkway School in Calgary got their first taste of Canada’s game through floorball.
GETTING HOCKEY A LITTLE ‘NORTHERN EXPOSURE’
Despite challenges with geography and facilities in Kugluktuk, Nunavut, efforts are being made to get youngsters into new hockey gear and onto the hamlet’s natural ice.
There’s nothing more Canadian than hockey, something newcomers to the country are not only discovering but also embracing – no more so than in Burnaby, B.C., where a roster of new players – ...
It is a question that has been asked over and over again through the years, and the answer seems fairly obvious, but in honour of National Volunteer Week it is worth asking just one more tim...
Long after the national champion gets crowned every April, the legacy of the Esso Cup lives on in its host communities.
For Nick Todd, the Hockey Canada Skills Academy in Paris, Ont., has given him a voice, and a place in the arena and at school.
The Team Canada alumnus, Hockey Hall of Famer, and six-time Stanley Cu...
The Valley West Hawks were the class of the BCMML, thanks to a helping hand from Olympic gold medallist Meghan Agosta.
The Hockey Canada president and CEO talks about women’s worlds, the growth of the game, and his history with Kamloops.