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Calgary hockey parents will need to take good behaviour course every four years

April 20th, 2017 Parents, Respect in Sport

Calgary hockey parents will need to take good behaviour course every four years


CALGARY — Minor hockey parents in Calgary will soon have to take a refresher every four years of an online course designed to limit bad behaviour at the rink. Hockey Calgary was the first minor sports organization in Canada to introduce the mandatory Respect in Sport course for hockey parents and coaches in 2010. It requires at least one parent from each hockey household to obtain course certification. MORE

Encouraging respect in Manitoba schools

April 17th, 2017 Respect in School, Sheldon Kennedy

Encouraging respect in Manitoba schools


Former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy, Premier Brian Pallister and education minister Ian Wishart spoke to n Meghan McOmber’s Grade 7 class at Bernie Wolfe Community School (95 Bournais Dr.), on April 10. Kennedy, Pallister, and Wishart were at Bernie Wolfe to announce $100,000 in annual funding for the next three years to bring the Respect in School program to public, First Nations, and independent schools across the province. MORE


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