Former Supreme Court of Canada judge Thomas Cromwell is leading an independent review of Hockey Canada's governance that begins immediately. (Photo - Hockey Canada/Twitter)
Former Supreme Court of Canada judge Thomas Cromwell is leading an independent review of Hockey Canada's governance that begins immediately.
There have been calls for a change of leadership at Hockey Canada for the way it handled recent sexual assault allegations against players.
Members of the 2003 and 2018 world junior team have been accused of separate incidents of group sexual assault. It was also revealed that the organization maintained a fund for uninsured payments, including settlements of sexual assault complaints, that was funded by player fees.
The independent review is expected to provide recommendations before Hockey Canada's general meeting in November.
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