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Multicultural Common Spaces

This project seeks to understand the role of hockey and hockey arenas in promoting social and cultural diversity and inclusion. The research seeks to determine to what extent hockey arenas are promote intercultural engagement across immigrant, racial, ethnic, gender and other groups. The research examines arenas in Halifax, Toronto and Calgary, and looks at a range of levels of hockey, from peewee to professional.

Information Sheet | Recruitment Poster
Minor Age Consent Form | Oral Consent Script | Adult Consent Form

News Coverage
Franklin, Michael. 2019. "Study Aims to Prove that Hockey Rinks are a Welcome Place for All Canadians." CTV News Calgary (February 15).

Project Maps

Immigrants and Hockey
Calgary
Immigrants and Hockey
Halifax
Immigrants and Hockey
Toronto

Visible Minorities and Hockey
Calgary
Visible Minorities and Hockey
Halifax
Visible Minorities and Hockey
Toronto


Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)