No room for Hate, News (Kincardine Minor Hockey Association)

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No room for Hate
Submitted By KMHA on Thursday, June 10, 2021
       Kincardine Minor Hockey , Kincardine Minor Baseball , Kincardine and District Minor Soccer,  Kincardine Skating Club, Kincardine Klassics Gymnastics Club and the Kincardine Kippers Swim Club have always prided ourselves on being inclusive in all our programming and strive to provide a safe, enjoyable, and mutually respectful opportunity for the youth of the Municipality of Kincardine to be able to enjoy all our great sports in every aspect. We do this regardless of race, heritage, skin colour, religion or sexual orientation and have no tolerance for any person or group who would believe otherwise.

       Recent events in Ontario and across the country have highlighted the need for Associations such as ours to speak out against hate in all forms and reaffirm our commitment to continue to do all we can to make sure that this is never allowed to infiltrate our respective organizations in any way, shape, or form. We as Canadians need to ensure we treat each other with a respect that is deserved and representative of who we are as athletes, individuals, and a society as a whole. We can and will continue to do everything we can in the future to ensure we commit to ensuring our organizations promote inclusiveness and offer a safe and respectful atmosphere free of racism and prejudice and reflective of who we are as sports organizations and as members of the great Municipality of Kincardine.


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