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ASSIST FUND IN ACTION – JAY-PAUL
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund helped Jay-Paul Thompson strengthen an important connection to his family and give back to minor hockey in his community.
Bridget Vales had never seen hockey until she moved from the Philippines to Saskatchewan. Now she can’t get enough.
Pride and passion in Prague
A gold medal-winning captain in 1997, Dean Evason has brought a love for the game and his country.
National Championships
Noah Pak made 23 saves for the shutout, Jack Silverman scored the game’s only goal and the Blues blanked the Mustangs 1-0 to win the Centennial Cup for the first time ever.
Berlin Lolacher and Stryker Zablocki scored, and the Rebels edged North York 2-1 to win the Esso Cup for the first time.
Marc-Olivier Proteau and Antoine Boudreau had a goal and two assists each, helping the Cantonniers win the TELUS Cup.
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Fifteen stakeholders – including board members, Team Canada alumnae and industry leaders – will work together to help shape the next women’s and girls’ strategic plan.
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund helped Denver Harding meet new friends and share his passion for the game.
The Team Canada veteran talks about his summers at Campfire Circle, and why he’s still volunteering at the camp.
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
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2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – USA 1 (Gold Medal)
Kingsmill was sensational, backstopping Canada to a world title.
2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – CHN 1 (Semifinal)
Kovacevich and Cozzolino scored to send Canada to play for gold.
2024 WPHC: CAN 5 – CZE 1 (Preliminary)
Dunn and McGregor had 2G each as Canada capped a perfect prelims.
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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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