Waterloo Regional Police Service’s Blue C.R.E.W. Take On The Cambridge Ice Hounds

Posted on Friday March 01, 2019

Waterloo Region, Ontario The Waterloo Regional Police Service is calling on the community to join its Blue C.R.E.W. members as they take on the Cambridge Ice Hounds in an exhibition game on March 2, 2019.

“This will be a fun, exciting game to promote inclusion, sportsmanship, and adaptive fair play,” said Detective Constable Mike Payne, Waterloo Regional Police, “This is a chance for us to work with our community partners to build relationships through sport.”

The Cambridge Ice Hounds was established in 2006. Since then, over a hundred players have enjoyed Canada’s Game. The program focuses on players with developmental disabilities and special needs who play adaptive hockey to enjoy Canada’s favourite pastime.

The Blue C.R.E.W. (Cops and Rangers Educating Waterloo Region) was launched in 2009 as a partnership with the Kitchener Rangers with the shared common goal of building a safer and healthy Waterloo Region. They began playing against the Ice Hounds in 2015.

This is a free event at Galt Arena at 3:30 p.m. Please join us in cheering on both teams as we continue to work towards inclusion and equity.

 

Media Inquiries:

André Johnson
Constable
Public Information Officer, Executive Branch
Waterloo Regional Police Service
519-570-9777 (WRPS) ext. 8106

andre.johnson@wrps.on.ca

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