What is Hockey 24?

Hockey 24 is a first-of-its-kind documentary about community hockey in Canada, all filmed on a single day. On Sunday November 17th, 2019, we asked Canadians to join award-winning filmmakers in filming their day in community hockey, both on and off the ice.

The end result is nothing short of extraordinary.

Please join us at 7:00 pm ET on Sunday May 24th (airing again at 11:30 pm) for the broadcast premiere of Hockey 24: A Film by Canada on Sportsnet and Sportsnet NOW. The documentary will also be broadcast in French on Sunday, May 31 at 9 pm ET on TVA Sports, as well as on its streaming platform, TVA Sports direct.


If you aren’t able to catch the premiere of Hockey 24 on broadcast, the film will also be available to stream on the Hot Docs website, globally, from May 25 to June 30. This special encore screening will include an interview with stars of the film, following the documentary.

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A documentary film
like no other

In filming a day in the life of community hockey, our documentary crews captured a number of unique stories across Canada. Here’s a sneak peek of just two of those stories.

Project North

Churchill, Manitoba

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When the only indoor rink in a hockey-crazed town breaks down, it takes the ingenuity of a whole community to get them back on the ice.

A Place to Call Home

Ottawa, Ontario

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One day. One mom. Five kids. Four hockey games. Discover how Canada's game gives an immigrant family a community to call their own.