Sports serve freezes Hockey Canada’s administration subsidizing in wake of sex attack settlement
The central government has placed Hockey Canada on notice. Priest of Sport Pascale St-Onge declared Wednesday that the association’s admittance to public subsidies has been frozen, from this point forward, over its reaction to a supposed rape and ensuing out-of-court settlement. The move comes after Hockey Canada president Scott Smith and active CEO Tom Renney was barbecued by MPs recently during a Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage hearing.
We were all anticipating that answers should every one of the inquiries, the many inquiries, that we have in regards to how they dealt with the entire circumstance when they affirmed,” St-Onge told correspondents in Ottawa. “Tragically, we didn’t get many responses. Afterward Wednesday, the House of Commons consistently endorsed a movement by Bloc Quebecois MP Sebastien Lemire to seek a free examination that will investigate how Hockey Canada managed the charges.