Dodge Caravan Kids Sponsorship Opportunity

Dodge Caravan Kids is open for registration for the 2016-2017 Season. The Dodge Caravan Kids program is a joint effort between participating minor hockey associations and Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram retailers. It provides up to $500 in funding and access to exclusive hockey benefits to novice-level hockey teams across Canada. The goal of Dodge Caravan Kids is to help enrich the game of hockey for participating coaches, players and their families, and represents one of FCA Canada’s key community efforts. View the Registration Information Package or visit

Canadian Tire First Shift Program to be held in the Greater Sudbury Region, Chapleau, Manitoulin Isl

he Northern Ontario Hockey Association is proud to announce the Canadian Tire First Shift program is being hosted in the Greater Sudbury Region, Chapleau, Manitoulin Island, Iroquois Falls, and Thessalon Centres this Fall. The Canadian Tire First Shift Program is an initiative to open the doors for children ages 6-10 who have never played hockey before. For a registration fee of $199, participants will receive head-to-toe equipment, expertly fitted to the player, as well as six weeks of on-ice sessions focused on learning and fun. For more information on the program, please visit The First Shift To enroll your child, please go the The First Shift Program Locator

Hockey Canada’s Ontario Branch Takes Important Step Toward Transgender Inclusion

Toronto — Hockey Canada, through its Ontario branches, ushers in a new era of transgender inclusion in time for the 2016-2017 hockey season by posting transgender inclusive policies. This step is part of a settlement agreement between Hockey Canada, on behalf of its Ontario members, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) and Jesse Thompson, a trans teenaged boy who played amateur hockey and courageously decided to take on the system. The new policies create a more trans-inclusive environment by upholding the human rights of transgender and gender-diverse players. Players who identify as trans can use the dressing room corresponding to their gender identity, be addressed by their preferre

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