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Sports Marie-Philip Poulin, Hockey Canada lend hand to 400 kids in Quebec

03:31  20 october  2020
03:31  20 october  2020 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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Marie-Philip Poulin didn’t hesitate when she was asked to lend her name to the Hockey Canada Foundation’s plan to help children whose parents have been financially burdened by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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“It was something I could identify with because hockey is an expensive sport and I can remember when I was growing up, my parents worked two jobs so my brother and I could play hockey,” said Poulin, who is a two-time Olympic hockey gold medallist. “The pandemic affected families mentally and physically and this will help some kids get back on the ice.”

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The Hockey Canada Foundation announced Monday that it has established a $1 million Assist Fund to pay for registrations for boys and girls across Canada. Poulin, Hockey Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla and Paralympic gold medalist Greg Westlake are the spokespersons for the project.

“The thing I like about the program is that the money will go to the kids who need it the most,” said Hockey Quebec general manager Paul Ménard. “Obviously, we can’t help everyone, but this will make it easier for about 400 kids in Quebec to get back on the ice.

“The grants pay up to $500 of the registration costs and we will receive $165,000,” Ménard said. “The maximum would allow us to help 330 kids, but there are associations where the fees are $400 and that will allow us to help about 400 boys and girls.”

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Ménard said minor hockey registrations are down about 30 per cent in the province. He said cost was only one factor in the drop as there are some parents who aren’t comfortable with sending their kids to the rink because of the pandemic. With a large portion of Quebec in a red zone, many leagues are on hold.

“We’re following all the guidelines to provide a safe and healthy experience and we hope when this three-week period is over, we can get the kids back on the ice,” said Ménard.

Barry Lorenzetti, a former chairman of the Hockey Canada Foundation, said getting youngsters back on the ice was a “mental health issue.”

“It’s important to get things back to normal and this is part of the process,” said Lorenzetti, who is a longtime supporter of women’s hockey in Canada. His insurance company, BFL Canada, is part of a lineup of major corporations contributing to the project.

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“With job losses and reduced incomes affecting so many, young Canadians need our help more than ever to get back into hockey,” said Donna Iampieri, executive director of the Hockey Canada Foundation. “Our Assist Fund and the support of our amazing athletes and sponsors represents our combined ongoing commitment to providing access to the game.”

To get more information on the fund and to donate go to www.HockeyCanada.ca/AssistFund .

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