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Season 6


  • 4th program launched in Regent Park at Jarvis Collegiate with the support of MLSE Foundation.

  • 5th program launched in Rexdale (North Etobicoke) with the support of The Calgary Foundation.

  • Developed partnership with Ryerson Rams Women’s Hockey Team as volunteer coaches for the Regent Park program.

Season 5


  • Partnership established with Stub Hub Foundation

  • Third Toronto Program launched at Central Technical School

  • Olympic Gold Medalist & U of T head coach Vicky Sunohara & UAE Asst. Captain Fatima Al-Ali attend launch of Hockey 4 Youth season with students from Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute

  • Partnership established with University of Toronto Women's hockey team; Players volunteer as coaches at Central Technical School program


  • Established new programs sites at JFK High School in Saint-Michel and École la Dauversière in Ahuntsic Cartierville

  • Working with a total of 150 new Canadian and low income youth

Season 4


  • Second Toronto program launched in Malvern area of Scarborough at Lester B. Pearson Collegiate Institute with support from the Government of Ontario through the Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund

  • Partnership established with MLSE Foundation & Just Energy Foundation

  • Developed partnership with University of Toronto Scarborough Athletics. 8 student athlete from women's and men's hockey teams volunteer as coaches for Lester B. Pearson program

  • 3 students from Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute (Aya, Srinidhi & Faustin) spoke about their Hockey 4 Youth experience at a luncheon attended by of NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, NHLPA Executive Director Donald Fehr, Head of adidas Hockey Dan Near & Hockey 4 Youth Executive Director Moezine Hasham



  • Launched first Toronto program in Flemingdon Park/Thorncliffe Park at Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute

  • Introduced 29 female and male youth to hockey

  • 4 youth minor hockey players volunteering as assistant coaches

  • 80% of students identified as new Canadians from countries such as Slovakia, Pakistan, India and Tanzania


  • Reduction in programming from 2 schools to 1 due to teacher job action

  • Program continuing at JFK High School with 30 youth enrolled in the program






  • 50% of participants in season one continued into season two

  • 30 additional female and male youth were introduced to hockey

  • Each participant received equipment to use throughout the season at no cost




  • Introduced 60 girls and boys to hockey.

  • Provided equipment to each participant.

  • Created a partnership with the English Montréal School Board and the Commission Scolaire de Montréal

  • 80% of our kids were new Canadians (either first generation or born outside Canada).

  • Launched 2 programs in Montréal in Ahuntsic-Cartierville and Saint-Michel

  • Provided coaching in both English and French.