A TRANSFORMATIVE TEAM BUILDING
EXPERIENCE

A TRANSFORMATIVE TEAM BUILDING
EXPERIENCE

YES! WE ARE OPEN FOR TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES!

The Sledge Hockey Experience is now open again, hosting all events at the Ford Performance Centre in Etobicoke, ON.

In order to facilitate our events, we will be following safety policies at all times in accordance with provincial/municipal standards and the Ford Performance Centre.

To discuss an event, please contact us here.

Stay healthy!

Get #BUTTDOWN for a NEW, FUN, & INCLUSIVE experience!

EXPERIENCE AN IMMEDIATE SHIFT

IN UNCONSCIOUS BIAS

For Event Planners

Download this one sheet and use it to present sledge hockey
to your leadership team!

This has been a wonderful, broadening experience for all of us… the best team building event I have ever been in!

— Doug Crowe, Vice President, Group Advantage, RBC

ALL STAR PLAYERS INCLUDE

 

 

We always look for things that have meaning and impact. This had both, and it was a lot of FUN!

— Sam Gun, HR Specialist, Bell Canada

IDEAL FOR:

CLIENT APPRECIATION
EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION
REWARDS & RECOGNITION

 

When you’re in an uncomfortable place, you’re really ripe to learn… and I think that brings out the best in our teams.

— Kris Depencier, Regional President, RBC

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YOUR COACH

2014 Paralympic Bronze Medalist, Kevin Rempel

Kevin has surmounted incredible life challenges to reach the Paralympic podium and now delivers his powerful message of hope and resilience to audiences through his speaking, writing, and The Sledge Hockey Experience.

A freestyle motocross accident left Kevin wheelchair bound as an incomplete paraplegic and was told by doctors he would likely never walk again.

After six weeks, however, Kevin willed himself to move just one toe, then another, and another, until he not only learned how to walk again, but was able to become one of Canada’s best Paralympic athletes earning a Bronze medal at the 2014 Paralympics in Sochi, Russia.

Today his inspiration is to help give back to the sport and community he loves so much, making the world a better place for people who live with disabilities.

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