Thank you to the Parliamentary Secretary for Ministers of Environment & Sport Adam Van Koeverden for hosting the Community Sport Summit in Ottawa this week. We were honoured to present on our initiative that introduced the Para sport of Blind Hockey to nearly 500 Canadians who are blind or partially sighted – including 150 participants…

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There are two amazing Canadian Blind Hockey Summer Camps taking place this year. First is the children and youth that will be hosted in partnership with CNIB Foundation. “Camp Abilities featuring blind hockey, 5-a-side soccer and swimming” takes place from July 1 – 6 at CNIB Lake Joe and is for youth aged 8– 18.…

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Mark DeMontis is a top 3 finalist for the 2024 NHL Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award! Mark DeMontis, founder of Canadian Blind Hockey and a member of Canada’s National Blind Hockey Team is one of the top 3 finalists of the 2024 Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award presented by Hyundai Canada! The award is presented…

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Tune in live on our free web broadcast on youtube!     Canadian Blind Hockey Showcase Games Taking Place During the 2024 World Para Ice Hockey Championships in Calgary This Weekend Two games featuring top players from the Canadian & US National Blind Hockey Teams will showcase the Para sport with the goal of furthering…

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  The 2024 Canadian National Blind Hockey Team traveled to St-Louis April 12 – 14 2024 to compete against the USA Blind Hockey Team in the fifth International Blind Ice Hockey Series. Team Canada is now celebrating their 5th consecutive win in this series as they continue to bring gold home to our nation! The…

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Canadian Blind Hockey is cheering on members of the Canadian National Blind Hockey Team as they get ready to take on  Team USA during the 5th International Blind Ice Hockey Series April 12 – 14 in St-Louis, MO.   The 2024 Canadian Blind Hockey Team features 20 players representing seven different provinces spanning the country from…

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Canadian Blind Hockey is thrilled to welcome players from seven different provinces to compete versus USA in the 2024 International Blind Ice Hockey Series April 12 – 14 in St Louis Canadian Blind Hockey has named the 2024 Canadian National Blind Hockey Team which features 20 players representing seven different provinces spanning the country from…

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  The2024 Canadian National Blind Hockey Tournament takes place between March 22 – 24 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre – the former Maple Leaf Gardens – in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  The event is brought to you by the CNIB Foundation, and made possible by national partners AMI, the Daniel Family Foundation, Electra Health, and Manion.…

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We are very proud to release this descriptive video in effort to ensure our communications continue to be available in various accessibility formats to the best of our ability. This year’s logo represents 10 years of the Canadian National Blind Hockey Tournament! The logo is also available in French.   The accessible font chosen is Arial…

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  The 2024 Canadian National Blind Hockey Tournament takes place between March 22 – 24 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre – the former Maple Leaf Gardens – in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  The event is brought to you by the CNIB Foundation, and made possible by national partners AMI, the Daniel Family Foundation, Electra Health, and…

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  Here’s a summary of what we’re up to in March! March 2, 9, 16: Ottawa 67’s Children and Youth Blind Hockey Program March 3 and 17: Ottawa Adult Blind Hockey Program March 3, 10 and 17: Toronto Jr. Ice Owls. Blind Hockey Program March 4: W. Ross Otters Blind Hockey Program March 9: Windsor…

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    Here’s a summary of what we’re up to in February! Feb 1 – 4: Canadian Blind Hockey at NHL Fan Fair Feb 8 and Feb 21: Saskatoon Blind Hockey programs Feb 10: STP Blind Hockey program hosted by Brantford Bulldogs Feb 11 & 18: NEW Ottawa Adult Blind Hockey Program Feb 12: W.…

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Canadian Blind Hockey is celebrating 15 years as a not-for-profit organization this year! We’re sending a huge thank you to the entire Blind Hockey community including the players, families, friends, our volunteers, our incredible sponsors, the media, and all those who help keep our Para sport growing strong! Check out these incredible milestones highlighting 15…

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Check out our highlights from the 2023 Eastern Regional Blind Hockey Tournament brought to you by the CNIB. Thanks to our partners AMI, Electra Health, Manion & the Daniel Family Foundation.

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  Saturday January 6: Toronto Jr. Ice Owls Intermission Demonstration at the Mississauga Steelheads. Monday January 15: W. Ross Otters Blind Hockey Program Wednesday January 17: Try Skating and Blind Hockey Field Trip Toronto Thursday January 18: Try Skating and Blind Hockey Field Trip  Durham Tuesday January 23: Try Skating and Blind Hockey Field Trip Saskatoon…

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Here is the roster announcement for the 2023 Eastern Regional Blind Hockey Tournament! We have 27 players from 10 different Blind Hockey clubs across Canada and the United States drafted into two teams for this three-game series! Here are the teams: Nationals – Red 14 Salmaan Chaudhri 5 Joseph Del Grande 9 Mark DeMontis 11…

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    First-Ever Canadian Blind Hockey Game on NHL Ice Takes Place at the Canadian Tire Centre Next Thursday The Eastern Regional Blind Hockey Tournament returns to Ottawa Dec 28 – 29 in partnership with the Bell Capital Cup Ottawa, ON – Canadian Blind Hockey is thrilled to bring the 2023 Eastern Regional Blind Hockey…

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Canadian Blind Hockey has announced the first half of the nation’s Blind Hockey team   TORONTO, ON – Canadian Blind Hockey has named the first phase of players to the 2024 Canadian National Blind Hockey Team. The team is gearing up for the 2024 International Blind Ice Hockey Series in St. Louis April 12 –…

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Canadian Blind Hockey released a series of videos answering popular online questions about our Para sport such as, why does the puck make noise? What’s the role of the referee? What’s that whistle and how do the goalies stop the puck if they’re blind? To find out more, check out our playlist on Youtube below:…

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In order to participate in Canadian Blind Hockey programs and events players, coaches, parents, and volunteers must review and agree to important policies to ensure a safe and positive sport experience.  These policies include: the Canadian Blind Hockey Player Eligibility Requirements – Visual Impairment Criteria, Code of Conduct and Declaration of Principles, Recognition and Prevention…

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