Members of the Hockey Nova Scotia board of directors have been closely monitoring the actions of Hockey Canada in recent months and have expressed concerns to the national governing body during this period of time.
In their latest step, Hockey Nova Scotia’s board of directors met today for an emergency meeting.
Following that meeting, the board issued the following statement:
Hockey Nova Scotia has lost confidence in Hockey Canada’s senior leadership.
Hockey families and non-hockey families alike agree: Change is needed at the highest levels of the game.
Therefore, Hockey Nova Scotia is formally suspending the transfer of participant assessment fees to Hockey Canada for the 2022-23 season.
Until our values at Hockey Nova Scotia are reflected by Hockey Canada’s senior leadership, we simply cannot support hockey’s national governing body.
Hockey Nova Scotia remains committed to working with our dedicated network of volunteers across the province to offer the best programs possible for our membership.
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