The 2022 Canadian Blind Hockey Summer Camp takes place in partnership with Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia from July 27 to August 1. The camp is presented by AMI and brought to you by CNIB Foundation, and supported by national partners the Daniel Family Foundation, Electra Health, and Manion.…

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  Hello, Blind Hockey community! The 2022 Canadian Blind Hockey Summer Development Camp takes place in partnership with Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia from July 27 to August 1. The camp is presented by AMI and brought to you by CNIB Foundation, and supported by national partners the Daniel Family Foundation, Electra Health,…

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This weekend the Ice Owls held their annual showcase game in Collingwood to raise awareness for the Para sport of Blind Hockey as well as funds for both the program and the local Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation. Not only did the players show that Hockey is For Everyone but the Ice Owls and Hospice Georgian…

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W. Ross Macdonald School Short Term Program April 22-24 CNIB Camp Joe Lake Joseph July 11-16 Summer Development Camp Halifax in partnership with SMU Huskies July 27-Aug 1 Email info@blindicehockey.com to learn more and how you can get involved.

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THANK YOU! There is no Canadian Blind Hockey without all our volunteers who give countless hours to the game. Thank you for all your dedication! #NationalVolunteerWeek

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Huge congratulations to all the participants from the 2022 W. Ross Macdonald School for the Blind STP Blind Hockey Camp. We are extremely proud of all the progress that was made on the ice this weekend. A huge stick tap to all the first-time participants who exemplified courage by stepping on the ice. Welcome to…

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  Check here to check out this video of the Vancouver Eclipse showcasing #Blind #Hockey during an AHL Abbotsford Canucks #HockeyIsForEveryone night last week! Thanks to the Canucks franchise and Canucks Alumni for being leaders in promoting the #parasport of Blind Hockey in #Canada.  

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  Effective July 1, 2019 the Ontario Government has enacted Rowan’s Law (Concussion Safety), which requires all sports organizations, including Canadian Blind Hockey, to have a Concussion Code of Conduct.  Canadian Blind Hockey’s Concussion Code of Conduct is below.  The Concussion Code of Conduct requires that all participants review the Ontario Government’s issued Concussion Resources…

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Happy International Women’s Day! Girls & Women’s Blind Hockey is rapidly growing across the para sport as we work to promote gender equity across our programs.  We are thrilled to announce two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Natalie Spooner will be leading the first-ever Girls & Women’s Blind Hockey Summit taking place on March 24 & 25…

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Canadian Blind Hockey is grateful to the Ministry of Seniors and Accessibility of the Government of Ontario for awarding us an EnAbling Change Grant to develop coaching resources for the #parasport of #Blind #Hockey. “This funding will allow us to create the first-ever coaching resource for the parasport of blind hockey,” said Matt Morrow, Executive…

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Board member François Beauregard and E.D. Matt Morrow had a great introductory meeting with Para hockey coach Hugues Capderroque from Para Hockey sur Glace – Stade Poitevin Hockey Club 86 and Sport Development Officer Francois Dumont from Anices Handisport about bringing Blind Hockey to France. Para hockey is relatively new in the country, and we…

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Canadian Blind Hockey is pleased to announce our first round of fall programs including the return of our GTA Children and Youth Program, the W Ross MacDonald program in Brantford, the Ottawa 67’s Children and Youth Program, as well as all-ages Try It Sessions in Windsor and Vancouver.  If you live in one of these…

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  It’s World Girls’ Ice Hockey Weekend!  Let’s celebrate and grow the game while uniting Canadians through grassroots programming led by girls hockey associations, minor hockey associations, and communities.  We are always looking to recruit new girls and women to Blind Hockey programs across Canada and are proud of the work of our Girls and…

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Following the completion of the successful #COURAGE21 Inline Skate Fundraiser, Canadian Blind Hockey used the opportunity to ask the inline skaters what #COURAGE21 meant to them. Click here to watch the #COURAGE21 Inline Skate Team Testimonial

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Last year Canadian Blind Hockey’s first-ever NHL Hockey Pool Fundraiser won the $1000 national prize for having the most participants – thank you to everyone who supported Canadian Blind Hockey programs by participating!  This year we challenge the Canadian Blind Hockey community to defend our title by signing up for the pool and also sharing…

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Due to the state of public health emergency in the province of Alberta, next month’s 2021 Western Regional Blind Hockey Tournament is cancelled.  We look forward to rescheduling Western Regionals to a later date and bringing our first major Blind Hockey Tournament to the city of Calgary. Our next competition will now be the 2022…

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A massive THANK YOU to our #COURAGE21 presenting partner Mackenzie Investments. Thanks for the primary assist on the project! A huge you to our power-play partners Tim Hortons, CCM Hockey, MJMA, TD Bank, Preszler Injury Lawyers, and First Republic Capital. Thank you to our penalty-kill sponsors Silver Tiger Metals Inc., Logs End Inc, Sport Durham,…

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Blind Hockey Team to Inline Skate 1000 kms from Windsor to Ottawa #COURAGE21 Relay Skate Celebrates 10-year Anniversary with $100,000 Fundraising Goal (TORONTO, ON. August 26, 2021.) A team of Blind Hockey players will have their courage on full display this September as they relay-skate 1000 kilometers on a trip between Windsor and Ottawa for…

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    From September 1 to 11 a team of Blind Hockey players will have their courage on full display as they inline skate 1000 km’s in cities between Windsor and Ottawa, with the ambitious goal of raising $100,000 in support of life-changing Blind Hockey programming. Now is your chance to help them by joining…

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  Women’s World Championships start next Friday, Aug 20 and the entire Blind Hockey community will be cheering on Hockey Canada’s National Women’s Team and especially our fantastic Ambassador Natalie Spooner! Learn more about Natalie Spooner’s amazing career so far at https://www.tsn.ca/team-canada-player-profile-natalie-spooner-1.1679968 #GoCanadaGo  

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