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Canadian Firm, 2022 Group Helps Launch Winter Festival in Beijing 2022 Group was on hand on Wednesday for the opening of the Winter Festival in Beijing (相约 2022 冰雪文化节). 2022 Group assisted in the organization of this winter festival and cultural exchange as precursor to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing along with the Canadian Government as well as several …
Planet Youth Hockey combines the skills of Canucks’ alumni and the Planet Ice facilities of GSL Group to provide to ice time and training for youth in British Columbia.
Graham Lee created the idea behind Planet Youth Hockey. Realizing the opportunity to play hockey was out of reach for many youth in the Lower Mainland of Vancouver, Graham Lee approached the Boys and Girls Club of Vancouver; Planet Youth Hockey was created with the help of the Canuck Alumni, who provide their time for coaching and the NHLPA, who provided the equipment. The concept of this program is to offer at-risk kids the opportunity to play hockey, with the end goal of helping get kids onto the ice and off the streets.
Victoria Royals will host the club’s seventh annual Pink in the Rink Night this Saturday against the Portland Winterhawks in support of the BC Cancer Foundation (BCCF), presented by Speedy Auto Service.
In support of the Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association and the Meadow Ridge Female Minor Hockey Association, GSL Group donated the facilities of Planet Ice Maple Ridge to host a WHL exhibition game between the Vancouver Giants and the Victoria Royals on September 10, 2011.
The event sold out as 700 people filled the stands to watch the game. In total,more than $4,000 was raised for the Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association and the Meadow Ridge Female Minor Hockey Association. Proceeds from tickets sold online were donated to local hockey groups.