The Hockey Canada Foundation has launched the Assist Fund, a $1 million commitment to get Canadians affected by COVID-19 back on the ice through registration subsidies.
Do you know a woman who goes above and beyond? Nominate them as a BFL Female Coach of the Year!
Does your local hockey association want to help welcome new-to-hockey families in your community to the game?
Bill Hay, Angela James and Kevin Lowe have been selected as Distinguished Honourees of the Order of Hockey in Canada, and will be honoured at the annual HCF Gala & Golf.
HC Champion: Dean Smith
Dean Smith is leading the charge to ensure hockey is safe and welcoming for anyone in Nova Scotia who wants to play.
The feedback from more than 6,100 Pond to Podium webinar participants was overwhelmingly positive.
The CEO talks to the Honourable Justice Hugh Fraser on the work of the Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Task Team, and how Hockey Canada is working with the BIPOC community.
Providing a place to play
For more than a decade, Hockey Nova Scotia has been giving young Black players an opportunity to learn Canada’s game.
Alan Millar has been named director of player personnel, overseeing player evaluations for the Program of Excellence.
With Doug Armstrong and his management group in place and player evaluation underway, the year-long sprint to the 2022 Olympic Winter Games has officially begun.
Teamwork was on display as players worked together across Canada to give back to local communities over the holidays.
Talented Canadian authors bring the pages of their children’s books to life, providing a unique learning resource.
Hockey-playing Barbie dolls are hitting the shelves at Tim Hortons across the country, with proceeds going to the Hockey Canada Foundation to help grow the women’s game.
Looking for fun activities to keep the kids learning at home? Check out new Grade 4-6 lesson plans.
The RIS Activity Leader program is the official online course for the prevention of abuse, bullying and harassment.
2020-21 NWT: Behind the scenes at camp
Pull back the curtain and see what happened off the ice at the women’s camp.
2021 NWT: RED 4 – WHT 3 OT (Scrimmage #3)
Ella Shelton was the overtime hero to send Red past White.
2021 NWT: WHT 2 – RED 1 (Scrimmage #2)
Ella Shelton scored a late game-winner to send White past Red.
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