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Hockey Canada is the national governing body for grassroots hockey in the country. The organization works in conjunction with the 13 provincial branches, the Canadian Hockey League and Canadian Interuniversity Sport in growing the game at all levels.
Hockey Canada oversees the management of programs in Canada from entry-level to high performance teams and competitions, including world championships and the Olympic Winter Games. Hockey Canada is also Canada’s voice within the International Ice Hockey Federation. Hockey Canada has offices in Calgary and Ottawa and operates regional centres in Ontario and Quebec.
|Hockey Development Centre for Ontario
|A joint project of the Government of Ontario and the amateur hockey bodies in Ontario, the HDCO was created to establish "one voice" for amateur hockey in Ontario and to play a coordinating role between the member organizations.
|Hockey Eastern Ontario
|Hockey Eastern Ontario is one of the thirteen Branches of Hockey Canada, and along with the Ontario Hockey Federation and Hockey Northwestern Ontario, it is one of the three branches in Ontario.
Formerly known as the Ottawa District Hockey Association (ODHA), Hockey Eastern Ontario is the governing body of amateur hockey in Eastern Ontario. As defined in more detail in the HEO Constitution and By-Laws: