In a time where the sense of community is being eroded by the isolation of the pandemic, the legal communities of Hamilton and Halton came together this Fall, as they have for the past 18
years, and demonstrated the power of community through the Sopinka Legal Luncheon held November 17, 2020.
The Canadian Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team is extremely happy to confirm that all of the 4.0 and 4.5 athletes on our team have met the eligibility requirements of the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Classification Code.
By joining the Wheelchair Basketball Quaranteam, you can help us reach our collective goal of moving 2,020 km from August 21-23, 2020! We welcome everyone from coast to coast to run, walk, wheel or skate and be a part of Team Canada’s journey.
April 2020 Wheelchair Basketball Canada Announces Female Athlete of the Year Wheelchair Basketball Canada Announced their Annual Award Winners on Saturday, April 18, 2020. Congratulations to Team Canada’s Kady Dandeneau (Pender [...]
On March 27, Savannah Hunik was accompanied by the Senior Women’s National Team of Wheelchair Basketball Canada to receive her customized Quickie All Court sport wheelchair from Hooper Law President Robert Hooper and Mary Grosso.
Lawyer Robert Hooper, one of the Soupfest sponsors, said he's involved with the Living Rock because of the positive impact its work has on the community. "There are lots of youth that need that hand to help push them up a bit, and that extra word of encouragement."
OUR COMMITMENT: Every year, we invest back into our community and in charities for people at risk.
Proud Sponsor of the Canadian Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team