Canada’s Game for All

Black Ice film screening and panel event.

February 16, 2023, 6:45 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

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Two people wearing hockey skates and holding hockey sticks sit on the boards of a hockey rink. Partially obscured.

Event details

Free, registration required
MTS Classrooms, Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Hockey is often called “Canada’s Game” but is it representative and inclusive of all Canadians?

The question is explored in an important new film called Black Ice. Directed by Oscar‐nominated Hubert Davis and executive produced by LeBron James, Drake, and Maverick Carter, this film unpacks the history of anti‐Black racism in hockey, and the powerful contributions of Black Canadians in the sport.

Join the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and Immigration Partnership Winnipeg for a screening of this powerful new documentary.

After the film, engage in a discussion with experts on how we can confront anti‐Black racism in Canadian hockey.

The film will be screened with English audio and French subtitles. French simultaneous interpretation is available for the panel event.