Canadian Blind Hockey is the national sports organization for the parasport of Blind Hockey in Canada. We change the lives of children, youth, and adults who are blind or partially sighted through our programs which include school field trips, youth teams, development camps, regional tournaments, and our flagship Canadian National Blind Hockey Tournament. Our programming spans the country from coast-to-coast while supporting Canadian hockey players who are blind or partially sighted of all ages, from playing on the pond to proudly standing on the podium. Our community includes boys and girls as young as four years old who are taking their very first strides on skates, to the elite members of the Canadian National Blind Hockey Team who proudly wear the Maple Leaf in international competition.

Canadian Blind Hockey programs positively contribute to the physical, emotional and mental health of our participants through community building, social recreation, and peer support, while at the same time combatting negative issues common among Canadians with a disability including unemployment, obesity, depression, and social isolation. We are a participant focused, volunteer led, and staff driven national registered charity that relies on sponsorships and donations to provide our life-changing programs.

Thank you for supporting Blind Hockey in Canada, we invite you to join us as a participant, volunteer, donor, or sponsor and become a part of the Canadian Blind Hockey family today.

Canadian Blind Hockey CRA Charitable Registration Number 834195224 RR0001

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