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Show your support – Join the 2015 Courage Canada Donor Wall of Fame

Support the 2015 Courage Canada National Blind Hockey Tournament by contributing $50 or more and join our Donor Wall of Fame. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Tell a friend

December 2, 2014  /  Comments Off
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Courage Canada National Youth Blind Hockey Camp featured on ‘Hometown Hockey’

The Courage Canada National Youth Blind Hockey Camp was featured during the recent ‘Rogers Hometown Hockey’ stop in Burnaby, BC. Burnaby was home to the first ever National Youth Blind Hockey Camp this past August. See and share the story here. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Tell a friend

November 10, 2014  /  Comments Off
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2015 Courage Canada National Blind Hockey Tournament to take place Feb 13 – 15

2015 Courage Canada National Blind Hockey Tournament presented by AMI Accessible Media Inc. Feb 13 – 15 The 2015 Courage Canada National Blind Hockey Tournament presented by AMI Accessible Media Inc. is returning for the 3rd straight year to Ryerson University’s Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens in Toronto, Ontario.  The event takes place from February 13 – 15, 2015, and coincides with Hockey Day in Canada on Saturday, February 14. Since its inception in 2012, the […]

November 9, 2014  /  Comments Off
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Gary Steeves featured on CityTV’s Breakfast Television

Gary Steeves appeared on CityTV’s Breakfast Television this morning to promote the upcoming Courage Canada segment on Rogers ‘Hometown Hockey’ airing this weekend. The segment will focus on the 2014 Courage Canada Youth Blind Hockey Camp that took place in Burnaby, BC this past August. The interview aired from the very same mobile studio that Ron MacLean will be be airing from this weekend during the Hometown Hockey festivities at […]

November 7, 2014  /  Comments Off
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Courage Canada kicks off the 2014-15 season in Calgary

Local Calgary youth who are blind or partially sighted helped kick off the 2014-15 Courage Canada season by taking part in not one but two days of youth learn to skate programs last week at the Southland Leisure Centre. More than 30 students aged 4 – 17 took to the ice to work on their skating and Blind Hockey skills, as well as try their hand at the Paralympic sport […]

October 27, 2014  /  Comments Off