Hockey Canada Annual Meetings

Learn about Hockey Canada's annual meetings

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Hockey Canada has two annual meetings that bring together representation from Hockey Canada's 13 members as well as the Hockey Canada Board of Directors.

Spring Congress, typically held in late May, provides delegates from across Canada an opportunity to gather, reflect on the past season, bring forward motions and celebrate the accomplishments of volunteers through Hockey Canada awards.

Winter Congress, typically held in November, is the forum for delegates to discuss policy and rule revisions for upcoming seasons. The meeting coincides with registration and other data from the previous season available for review.

Canadian hockey continued to push forward as leaders of the game from every corner of the country went virtual for Hockey Canada’s Winter Congress and Annual Meeting.
The Hockey Canada Board of Directors approved a new governance structure, four future event hosts were selected and Bob Nicholson said goodb...
Leaders of the game assembled in St. John’s to review the season that was, and continue to develop the game moving forward.
The board of directors was confirmed for the next 12 months as the Winter Congress and Annual Meeting wrapped in Montreal.
Joe Drago of Sudbury, Ont., officially took over as chairman of the Hockey Canada Board of Directors as the organization’s 96th annual meeti...
Against the backdrop of Hockey Canada’s 100th anniversary, the organization’s 96th annual meeting gets underway in the nation’s capital, wit...
Nancy Wilson, a longtime contributor to women's hockey, took home the Outstanding Volunteer Award from the national awards banquet on Thursd...
Ed Wahl of Scarborough, Ont., was presented with the Outstanding Volunteer Award, and six other volunteers were recognized for their service...
Hundreds of delegates, representing branches and minor hockey associations from every corner of the country, are converging on the Sheraton ...
More than 250 hockey leaders representing every corner of the country and every level of the game will gather in the Stampede City this week...
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