One For All in Yellowknife
A day in the life with Agosta and Piper
Follow Team Canada alumnae Meghan Agosta and Cherie Piper for school visits, guest coaching and interacting with participants at the inaugural One For All in Yellowknife.
The comms manager talks about her journey, working in sports as a minority and advice for the next generation.
Fuelling a love of the game
BIPOC kids in Nova Scotia have a chance to develop their skills alongside other players who “see the world similarly.”
After a decorated career at Ohio State University, Sophie Jaques is using her place in the game – with Team Canada and in the PWHL – to inspire the next generation.
With a new team and a new opportunity, Sean Clarke wants to to erase the memories of 2023 at the Centennial Cup.
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund helped Denver Harding meet new friends and share his passion for the game.
As Vernon, B.C., looks towards hosting the 2024 Esso Cup, several members of the Thompson-Okanagan Lakers are helping to grow the women’s game locally as coaches.
Bringing together the best
Thirty of the country’s top officials gathered in Calgary for the National High Performance Selection Camp.
Do you know a woman who goes above and beyond as a coach? Nominate them for the BFL Women in Coaching Award!
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
HCC: One For All in Yellowknife
One For All celebrated women’s hockey with more than 300 participants.
2024 NWT Rivalry Series: CAN 6 – USA 1 (Game 7)
Spooner and Maltais scored twice to lead Canada to win the series.
2023-24 NWT: CAN 3 – USA 0 (Game 6)
Maschmeyer made 27 saves for the shutout to tie the Rivalry Series.
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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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