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Another tile has fallen on Hockey Canada's head


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MarcO
October 6, 2022  (8:57)
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In the last few hours, we learned that Hockey Quebec was dissociating itself from Hockey Canada and that they will no longer be giving dues. But the Hockey Canada nightmare doesn't end there.

In the last few minutes, at the time of writing, we have learned that their sponsor, Scotiabank, will be putting its support on hold for the entire 2022-23 season, including the World Junior Championship. Here is the press release:
« The pause in our sponsorship support for Hockey Canada remains in place. Primarily, this consists of a continued pause in our support for men's hockey for the entire 2022-23 season, including the World Junior Championship. In an open letter in June, we asked Hockey Canada to raise their standards and we are very disappointed with the lack of progress. What we want from Hockey Canada is transparency with Canadians, strong leadership, accountability with stakeholders and the hockey community, and improved safety on and off the ice. Ultimately, our position has not changed: it is long overdue for change. »

Meanwhile, Hockey Canada officials continue to say that the media is making things worse and refuse to admit that a drastic change in personnel and policies is needed.
To be continued...
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