Cable & Telecom

Rogers teams up with sports stars to help kids return to play

TORONTO — Rogers Communications today announced the launch of Team Rogers Community Draft, a nationwide program aimed at helping Canadian youth return to playing recreational sports when and where it is safe to do so in their communities. Starting initially with hockey this fall, the program will provide “drafted” youth athletes (ages 5 to 17) with $150 each to help offset league registration fees, plus mentoring calls with Team Rogers professional athletes, Team Rogers merchandise and other unique sports experiences, says the company’s press release. Applicant selection to Team Rogers will be done through a random draw. Draft selections start...

Our industry and COVID-19

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