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posted on February 16, 2010
By: Kelly Grant
Published: January 29, 2010
Source: Globe and Mail
Some say city is overreacting to threatened human rights complaint from Toronto Leaside Girls Hockey Association who claimed girls weren't getting their fair share
Toronto's community-run arenas may be Stanley Cup-calibre when it comes to managing finances, but not when it comes to satisfying municipal equity guidelines: Seven of eight missed the target this season. So Toronto's parks boss is recommending the city take over allocating ice time.
The proposal has alarmed volunteer directors at some of the arenas, who call the idea an overreaction to a threatened human-rights complaint from the Toronto Leaside Girls Hockey Association.