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Media Inquiries

Media serves as a crucial programmatic tool in the realm of Indigenous hockey by facilitating the dissemination of news, celebrating Indigenous athletes, and ensuring timely access to essential information. Firstly, media platforms offer a dynamic avenue for sharing news related to Indigenous hockey initiatives, events, and achievements. This not only keeps the community informed but also amplifies the visibility of Indigenous hockey programs, fostering greater engagement and participation.


Secondly, the media is instrumental in spotlighting the accomplishments of Indigenous athletes. By showcasing their talents, dedication, and unique stories, the media not only celebrates Indigenous athletes but also inspires the younger generation to embrace the sport. Moreover, it challenges stereotypes and promotes diversity and inclusion in the hockey world. Additionally, media platforms ensure that vital information about Indigenous hockey, such as information news, highlights, and cultural significance, is readily accessible to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous audiences, promoting transparency and fostering a sense of unity within Indigenous communities. In essence, media serves as a powerful tool for promoting Hockey Indigenous, nurturing communities, and preserving cultural heritage.

By leveraging media effectively, Indigenous hockey programs can continue to thrive, inspire future generations, and promote inclusivity within the sport. We accept interviews, podcasts, journalists, bloggers, and inquiries. 

Please fill the form below, thank you. 

Presentation Inquiries

Hockey Indigenous is available to present at community forums, schools, associations, panels, conferences, and other events. Whether the industry is within sports, leadership, inclusion, business, entrepreneurship, education, and culture. 

Our presentations delve into the origins of the sport within Indigenous communities to the modern-day achievements of Indigenous athletes in amateur and professional leagues, our talks celebrate the resilience, skill, and passion that define Indigenous hockey while sharing the story of Hockey Indigenous. Whether exploring the role of hockey in fostering community pride, discussing the challenges faced by Indigenous athletes, or highlighting the inspiring success stories of players breaking barriers, our presentations offer a captivating journey through the intersection of culture, sport, and identity. 

Hockey Indigenous is a Herbert Carnegie Trailblazer Award winner, a recipient is an unsung hero in the hockey community who, through their work and leadership in the sport, is paving the way for others, using the sport as a vehicle to create positive change. The HCTAs were presented to each trailblazer at the historic Hockey Hall of Fame during the 2nd annual CI Summit in Toronto, in January 2023.

For more information and/or to make a request, please see below and fill out the form, thank you.


Hosting organizations/communities must: 

  • Cover all costs for travel, accommodations, and meals.

  • Provide a speaking fee, our rate starts at $1000-1500/day for in-person or $750/day for virtual/webinars. Workshops rates start at $1000/hour. 

  • For Tournament Appearances, daily rates vary while travel and accommodations are to be covered accordingly.

  • For any event Invitation or collaboration request that doesn't require a speaker fee; travel and accommodations are to be covered accordingly.

  • For the Youth Hockey Skills Clinic, the sponsors/organizations are to cover facilitator fees, rental, travel, and accommodations, rates vary depending on location. 

  • Provide LCD projector, screen, laptop computer with speakers or connected to in-house sound system and portable microphone.

Engage your audience with insights and perspectives that honor the unique contributions of Indigenous peoples to the world of hockey. 


Thanks for submitting your inquiry! We will reach out in a timely manner.

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