Hockey Canada's audited financial statements 2021-2017

Hockey Canada's audited financial statements 2021-2017

Hockey Canada has a June year end. Its audited financial statements for 2022 should be released December 17, 2022. Will these be publicly available?

If not, your amazing journalists will file an access to information request. And now three more years are provided. It's a Team Canada effort.

2021 audited financials

2020 audited financials

2019 audited financials

2018 audited financials

2017 audited financials

2016 audited financials

2015 audited financials

2014 audited financials

 

Cromwell's report says Hockey Canada expressed that changes were just not "well-suited" for the organization, like making its financial statements available to the public. 

 

Although Hockey Canada has achieved considerable financial success over the years, Hockey Canada is concerned that being seen as an organization with 'deep pockets' could create some negative implications. For example, this could have an effect on their bargaining power with respect to the settlement of lawsuits, and this could also influence the amount of money that sponsors would be willing to offer in the future. This is not to mention the fact that the media could use this information to depict a negative image of the organization." 

 

Charity Intelligence's other reports on Hockey Canada and financial transparency: 

Cromwell's Final Report: 39 Recommendations for governance

Cromwell's damning interim report on Hockey Canada's National Equity Fund, October 14, 2022

Hockey Canada: What can we do? A call for our Minister to regulate financial transparency, August 2, 2022

Please ask our government "Why is Canada so far behind other countries?" This needs to change now.

 

Like Neighbourhood Watch, to keep our charity sector wholesome, if you see anything we may have missed in these audited financials, please get in touch with us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This year, Charity Intelligence filed 108 access-to-information requests. This is an utter waste of our time and your tax dollars. These financial statements should be publicly posted on a government website in the public interest. Also, money is wasted on redacting information from non-profit statements. These are public organizations to serve a public benefit. No other country redacts public statements.

And thank you to the media who dug up these documents and gave us permission to share them with you in the public interest.

 

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