Docs on Ice

Docs on Ice in support of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada







Docs on Ice is a three-day hockey tournament for 900 doctors from all across Ontario. In 2015, the event comes to London, Ontario and includes games, networking, receptions and a gala dinner.

The tournament is raising funds for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. All funds raised through this tournament are being directed to the Canadian Brain Tumour Registry

Event Details:

When: April 9, 2015 - April 11, 2015

Where: London, Ontario - Sports Centre at Western Fair District, Argyle Arean and Thompson Arena


Your help is needed!  From finding sponsors to volunteering during the event, we need you!  Volunteers are needed on both Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11, 2015 in a variety of roles including check-in, registration, set-up, game time-keeping, player liaisons, clean-up and more. Please contact Jennifer McIntosh at or 519-642-7755 ext 231 if you can help.


Find out how you can get involved in this exciting event by contacting:

Suzanne Lanthier, National Special Events Manager
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755 ext. 229.


About Docs on Ice

Over the past 32 years, Docs (Doctors of Ontario Charity) on Ice has raised more than $1 million for charity. Founded in memory of Dr. Peter Howes, who himself was an avid hockey player, the tournament has steadily grown in size since its inception and has been hosted all over Ontario.

Supported causes have ranged from the Ontario Lung Association to funding for a youth brain concussion program. Last year, Docs on Ice raised an unprecedented $330,000 in cash and goods-in-kind for the Canadian Mental Health Association serving York Region and South Simcoe. Learn more about this tournament and the incredible doctors who support it at

Read about Doctors Andrew Leung and Rob Hammond,
volunteers whose passion for the cause has brought the tournament to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada in 2015.


Together, we can bring a lifetime of hope to every Canadian on the brain tumour journey.












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