ImPACT and HeadCheck Team Up to Advance Concussion Management in the US and Canada

New agreement will make ImPACT Applications’ FDA approved concussion testing available to medical professionals and associated organizations through HeadCheck

ImPACT Applications, a world leader in concussion management software, and HeadCheck Health, Inc., a mobile App and web-based technology company specializing in concussion safety and protocol management, announced today they are partnering to deliver ImPACT Applications’ concussion assessment tools to sports organizations and medical professionals through HeadCheck.

“We are excited to begin this agreement with HeadCheck Health to better serve current and prospective customers with ImPACT Applications’ products and services,” said Michael Wahlster Chief Executive Officer of ImPACT Applications. “This joint effort will help us in our mutual goal of providing the best in class concussion care by advancing concussion screening, assessment, and management practices in the US and Canada.”

ImPACT Applications has developed proven tools for assessing and treating concussions that are backed by scientific research and regulatory agencies. HeadCheck’s mobile app is used to document suspected concussions, perform gold standard concussion assessments per the user’s qualifications, and sync with medical professionals and partner clinics to safely return athletes to play. This agreement bridges any gaps by providing medical professionals with the necessary data to maximize the outcomes for athletes and those with suspected concussions.

“ImPACT is a staple of concussion protocols at both the professional and amateur level as well as organizations currently running their protocol through HeadCheck,” said Harrison Brown, CEO of HeadCheck Health, Inc. “This agreement is a big step in providing medical professionals with more tools and information to make objective concussion treatment decisions.”

Learn more about how ImPACT can be used in conjunction with HeadCheck at www.headcheckhealth.com/impact

About ImPACT Applications - ImPACT Applications, Inc. is the maker of ImPACT®, ImPACT Pediatric®, and ImPACT Quick Test®, all FDA cleared Class I & II medical devices that assist in the screening, assessment, and management of concussion. ImPACT Applications also offers the FDA cleared ImPACT Baseline Test to home-based users worldwide.

ImPACT Applications products are used by most major medical centers, professional sports leagues and teams, colleges, high schools, and select military units. Since 2002, ImPACT Applications has administered more than 18 million tests to over 11 million users.

For more information, visit https://impacttest.com/

About HeadCheck Health - HeadCheck is an innovative mobile and web-based platform that gives medical and non-medical personnel the appropriate tools to follow any concussion protocol, integrates all individuals involved in concussion care, and allows the data collected to be analyzed for health and safety improvements.

HeadCheck provides administrators governance tools and the ability to monitor compliance in real-time and is a secure system that meets all top-line health privacy standards in Canada and the United States.

Hundreds of teams across the world from minor through professional sports have adopted the HeadCheck platform including: the CFL, CJHL, BC Hockey, Trek Factory Racing, Volleyball Canada, UBC Athletics, BC Rugby, Eastern Washington University, Rugby Ontario, Western Lacrosse Association, Rugby Quebec, and more.

For more information visit https://www.headcheckhealth.com


AFHL all-in on concussion safety with HeadCheck Health

RED DEER - The Alberta Female Hockey League (AFHL) today announced a new agreement with HeadCheck Health, Inc. (HeadCheck) to supply all teams with mobile and web-based technology to follow the league’s concussion protocol and record and share vital information on suspected concussions with medical professionals.

“We’re very pleased to be teaming up with HeadCheck to help solve some of our biggest challenges in concussion safety,” said Kendall Newell, Manager of the AFHL. “Their tech simplifies what’s normally a complicated process and provides our medical professionals with the information they want to make the most informed decisions possible on the welfare of our players.”

“It shows an incredible commitment to player safety on the part of the AFHL to kick off this agreement by bringing all three levels of play onto HeadCheck,” said Harrison Brown, CEO of HeadCheck Health, Inc. “This is just the first step in providing the league with unparalleled visibility into exactly where they can best allocate resources for concussion safety.”

As part of the agreement, all Bantam Elite, Midget Elite, and Midget AAA teams will be able to use HeadCheck beginning with the upcoming season. Team trainers, athletic therapists, and safety personnel can use HeadCheck’s mobile app to document suspected concussions, perform concussion assessments per what is appropriate for their qualifications and transfer the information collected to medical professionals and partner clinics to safely return players to the ice. The platform allows a player’s concussion history to transfer with them from team-to-team or level-to-level for more informed care.

Additionally, HeadCheck is customized to the league’s concussion protocol and provides administrators governance tools and the ability to monitor compliance in real-time. Where needed, HeadCheck will supply teams within the league with contracted athletic therapists to support team staff. HeadCheck is a secure system that meets all top line health privacy standards in Canada and the United States.

About HeadCheck Health, Inc.
HeadCheck is an innovative mobile and web-based platform that gives medical and non-medical personnel the appropriate tools to follow any concussion protocol, integrates all individuals involved in concussion care, and allows the data collected to be analyzed for health and safety improvements. Hundreds of teams across the world from minor through professional sports have adopted the HeadCheck platform including: the CFL, CJHL, BC Hockey, Trek Factory Racing, Volleyball Canada, UBC Athletics, BC Rugby, Eastern Washington University, Rugby Ontario, Western Lacrosse Association, Rugby Quebec, and more. For more information visit https://www.headcheckhealth.com

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Canadian Football League Implements New Player Health and Safety Measures with HeadCheck Health

All teams will utilize a digital concussion platform to execute and monitor the effectiveness of the league’s concussion protocol

TORONTO (July 17, 2019) – The Canadian Football League (CFL) today announced a new partnership with Vancouver-based HeadCheck Health, Inc. (HeadCheck) to bring all teams onto an innovative digital concussion platform. HeadCheck’s mobile and web-based technology will equip team medical staff with the tools to more easily execute the CFL’s concussion protocol and enable the league to monitor the effectiveness of the protocol in real-time.

“We’re delighted to partner with HeadCheck as part of our ongoing commitment to player health and safety,” said Kevin McDonald, the CFL’s Vice-President of Football Operations and Player Safety. “Their application streamlines our record keeping and that’s an important element of consistent and comprehensive care. Our medical and training staff are second to none. Providing them with the best tools helps to ensure that we can deliver the very best to our world class athletes.”

The partnership will see all nine CFL teams use the HeadCheck digital platform from a phone, tablet, or computer to execute baseline, sideline, and post-injury concussion assessments as per the CFL’s concussion protocol. To improve informed data-driven decision making, team medical staff will have access to their player’s concussion history and utilize comparable data when performing sideline or post-injury concussion assessments. The use of a digital platform will make it easier for concussion records to follow players from team-to-team and for aggregate data to be analyzed for identifying player safety improvements.

“As a home-grown Canadian company that started out of the research lab with University Football players, we couldn’t be happier to be working with the top football brand in our country,” said Harrison Brown, CEO of HeadCheck Health, Inc. “We’re excited to build a long-term relationship with the league and showcase at the biggest stage our ability to make a difference in player safety.”

The digital platform, training, and support will be provided in both French and English languages and will meet all top line health and safety privacy standards in Canada and the United States. In addition to the platform, HeadCheck will also provide de-identified aggregate data with reporting on testing activity, concussion activity, and insights into any areas for potential player safety improvements surrounding protocol effectiveness. The company also provided technology training and on-site support at CFL training camps to ensure the successful collection of all baseline data through the platform.

About HeadCheck Health, Inc.
HeadCheck is an innovative mobile and web-based platform that gives medical and non-medical personnel the appropriate tools to follow any concussion protocol, integrates all individuals involved in concussion care, and allows the data collected to be analyzed for health and safety improvements. Hundreds of teams across the world from minor through professional sports have adopted the HeadCheck platform including: the CFL, CJHL, BC Hockey, Trek Factory Racing, Volleyball Canada, UBC Athletics, BC Rugby, Eastern Washington University, Rugby Ontario, Western Lacrosse Association, Rugby Quebec, and more. For more information visit https://www.headcheckhealth.com

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Canadian Football League 
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Kari Kylo
PR
HeadCheck Health
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Volleyball Canada becomes first national program to adopt HeadCheck concussion protocol platform

Volleyball Canada becomes first national program to adopt HeadCheck concussion protocol platform

New partnership with HeadCheck Health aims to advance player safety standards across all programs

May 28, 2019 – Volleyball Canada is proud to announce a new partnership with HeadCheck Health, Inc. to bring all national team programs onto an innovative concussion protocol platform. The mobile and web-based technology gives team medical staff tools for following protocols, integrates all those involved in a player’s concussion, and allows the data collected to be analyzed for potential player safety improvements.

"Concussions are a major concern in sport these days and volleyball is no exception. As a national sport organisation, it is important that we are leading in best practices when it comes to the health and safety of our players," said Kerry MacDonald, Director of Sport Science, Sport Medicine & Innovation at Volleyball Canada. "And this partnership with HeadCheck ensures we’re at the forefront of player safety when it relates to concussion."

The partnership will see the Canadian women’s and men’s national indoor, beach and sitting teams use HeadCheck with the platform customized to Volleyball Canada’s concussion protocol. Team medical staff have been trained how to use HeadCheck’s mobile app for baseline and post-injury concussion assessments and have access to comparable data to assist in their clinical judgment. All information collected will be made instantly available to medical professionals to facilitate more informed care programs for the players. Additionally, HeadCheck will regularly provide reporting and meet with Volleyball Canada to review protocols and identify areas for player health and safety improvements.

"We are extremely excited by the opportunity to partner with a national program like Volleyball Canada and show what’s possible when an entire program adopts HeadCheck,” said Harrison Brown, CEO of HeadCheck Health. "We are hopeful this will lead to a wide scale adoption across the country and raise the standard for concussion care at all levels of the sport."

Research that was conducted by Volleyball Canada and presented at the 5th international conference on concussion in sport has shown that over 7% of youth volleyball players sustain a concussion over the course of one season.  57.1% of concussions in volleyball occur from a player getting struck in the head by a ball, while 46.5% of concussions occur during practice. In addition to games and tournaments, Volleyball Canada medical staff will have HeadCheck available on their mobile devices during practices to help log all suspected concussion events.

About Volleyball Canada
Volleyball Canada is the National Sport Organization for volleyball, and has approximately 77,000 registered participants. Volleyball Canada fosters the growth and development of the sport in Canada, and oversees the national programs for indoor, beach and sitting volleyball.  For more information, see www.volleyball.ca

About HeadCheck Health, Inc.
HeadCheck has developed innovative software and services for sports organizations, teams, clinics, and individual practitioners to improve their concussion identification, assessment and management capabilities. The software can be customized to fit the requirements of any concussion policy or protocol. Over 400 teams and organizations deploy HeadCheck as their primary tool for concussion management, including the CJHL, BC Hockey, UBC, Edmonton Oil Kings, BC Rugby, Eastern Washington University, Rugby Ontario, Trek Factory Racing, Shawnigan Lake School, Rugby Quebec and more. For more information visit https://www.headcheckhealth.com

Media Contact:
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Volleyball Canada media contact:
Jackie Skender jskender@volleyball.ca
Mobile: 613-794-7676

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Volleyball Canada devient le premier programme national à adopter la plateforme de gestion des commotions cérébrales HeadCheck 

Le nouveau partenariat avec HeadCheck Health vise à améliorer les normes de sécurité pour les joueurs dans tous les programmes.

Volleyball Canada est fière d’annoncer un nouveau partenariat avec HeadCheck Health, Inc. qui permettra à tous les programmes de l’équipe nationale d’accéder à une plateforme novatrice en ce qui concerne les protocoles de soins dans les cas de commotion cérébrale. La technologie mobile et basée sur Internet offre au personnel médical les outils nécessaires pour suivre des protocoles, intégrer toutes les personnes impliquées dans la gestion des commotions cérébrales chez un joueur et permettre la collecte des données à analyser pour améliorer la sécurité des joueurs.

« Les commotions constituent une préoccupation majeure dans le sport ces jours-ci, et le volleyball ne fait pas exception à la règle. À titre d’organisme national de sport, il est important pour nous d’être un chef de file en matière de pratiques exemplaires lorsqu’il s’agit de la santé et de la sécurité de nos joueurs », déclare Kerry MacDonald, directeur, Science et médecine du sport et Innovation de Volleyball Canada. Et ce partenariat avec HeadCheck nous placera à l’avant-garde de la sécurité des joueurs en ce qui concerne les commotions cérébrales. »

Ce partenariat verra les équipes canadiennes féminines et masculines de volleyball intérieur, de volleyball de plage et de volleyball assis utiliser la plateforme HeadCheck adaptée aux protocoles de gestion des commotions cérébrales de Volleyball Canada. Le personnel médical de l’équipe a été formé à l’utilisation de l’application mobile de HeadCheck pour l’évaluation initiale des commotions, ainsi que l’évaluation après une blessure et aura accès à des données comparables pour l’aider dans son jugement clinique. Toute l’information collectée sera mise immédiatement à la disposition des professionnels de la santé afin de favoriser l’élaboration de programmes de soins beaucoup plus informés pour les joueurs. De plus, HeadCheck communiquera régulièrement des rapports à Volleyball Canada en plus de participer à des rencontres avec l’organisation pour passer en revue les protocoles et déterminer les éléments à améliorer en ce qui a trait à la santé et la sécurité des joueurs.

« Nous sommes ravis de l’occasion qui nous est offerte de travailler en partenariat avec un programme national comme Volleyball Canada et de montrer ce qu’il est possible de réaliser lorsqu’un programme adopte HeadCheck », ajoute Harrison Brown, chef de la direction de HeadCheck Health. « Nous espérons que ce partenariat débouchera sur une adoption à grande échelle de la plateforme, partout au pays, et contribuera à élever les normes en matière de traitement des commotions cérébrales à tous les niveaux du sport. »

La recherche qui a été menée par Volleyball Canada et présentée à la 5e conférence internationale sur les commotions cérébrales dans le sport a démontré que plus de 7 % de jeunes joueurs de volleyball subissaient une commotion au cours d’une saison. Dans le volleyball, 57,1 % des commotions sont causées lorsque le ballon frappe les joueurs à la tête, tandis que 46,5 % des concussions surviennent pendant les entraînements. En plus des matchs et des tournois, les membres du personnel médical de Volleyball Canada auront accès à HeadCheck sur leurs appareils mobiles pendant les pratiques afin d’aider à enregistrer tous les cas suspectés de commotion cérébrale.

À propos de Volleyball Canada
Volleyball Canada est l’organisme national de sport responsable du volleyball avec environ 77 000 participants inscrits. Volleyball Canada sou tient la croissance et le développement du sport au Canada et supervise les programmes nationaux de volleyball intérieur, de volleyball de plage et de volleyball assis. Pour de plus amples renseignements, consultez www.volleyball.ca

À propos de HeadCheck Health, Inc.
HeadCheck a développé un logiciel et des services novateurs pour les organismes de sport, les équipes, les cliniques et les praticiens pour les aider à améliorer leurs capacités en matière d’identification, d’évaluation et de gestion des commotions cérébrales. Le logiciel peut être adapté pour répondre aux exigences de toute politique et de tout protocole.  Plus de 400 équipes et organisations ont fait le choix de HeadCheck en tant que principal outil de gestion des commotions cérébrales, y compris la CJHL, BC Hockey, l’UBC, les Oil Kings d’Edmonton, BC Rugby, l’Université Eastern Washington, Rugby Ontario, Trek Factory Racing, la Shawnigan Lake School, Rugby Québec pour ne citer que ceux-là. Pour plus d’information, visitez le https://www.headcheckhealth.com

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Volleyball Canada
Jackie Skender
jskender@volleyball.ca
Cell. : 613-794-7676


Trek Factory Racing partners with HeadCheck to improve concussion care for riders

Entire off-road program to use new software to identify, assess and manage concussions  

(Waterloo, WI) – The Trek Factory Racing (‘TFR’) off-road program is proud to announce a relationship with HeadCheck Health Inc. (‘HeadCheck’), an innovator in concussion management software and services. The TFR cross country, enduro, and downhill teams will all utilize HeadCheck to improve the identification, documentation, assessment, and management of concussions.

TFR programs compete at the highest level of mountain biking and experience some of the most challenging circumstances in sport. The team wants to have the maximum number of precautions in place to protect the health of their athletes should an accident occur.

“This is about taking care of our athletes, pure and simple,” said Trek Sports Marketing Director Tim Vanderjeugd. “Anytime we can give our programs the tools to help better identify and manage concussion in support of the long-term health of our riders, we are all in.”

HeadCheck brings organizations the latest, most innovative technology backed by evidence-based science to help them better manage their concussion policy. HeadCheck’s mobile and web-based software is adapted to an organization’s policy, personnel and resources and is currently deployed by professional and amateur teams in over 15 sports such as football, rugby, hockey, soccer, and more.

“We are excited to be working with a forward-thinking organization such as TFR,” said HeadCheck CEO Harrison Brown. “We know they take health and safety very seriously and explore all avenues to take care of their riders.”

TFR riders know that the real dangers of concussion exist when the initial injury is not properly identified and documented.

"Mountain Biking and racing, in particular, can be a dangerous sport,” said TFR rider Anton Cooper. “Head injuries are common but the correct knowledge on how to manage them is not so widespread. I've been fortunate enough myself to have never had any issues with concussion, but it was great to get some baseline data in case I ever do sustain a head knock. I now have some clear baseline data I can refer back to test and monitor my symptoms, progression, and recovery if that situation ever occurs."

TFR’s on-site team staff for all three off-road programs will be operating HeadCheck at competitions. Per team policy, all riders underwent a baseline concussion assessment in February which can be used as a comparison for post-injury assessments. Documentation of tests will be available to medical professionals to assist in their clinical judgment of whether to remove riders from competition and to help ensure their safe return upon recovery. In addition, riders will be able to track and self-report any symptoms from their mobile devices to help complete the circle of care.

About Trek Factory Racing
Trek Factory Racing is Trek’s in-house racing program. Our athletes compete at the highest level of their sport and inspire all to experience the grit and glory of professional cycling. The goal of Trek Factory Racing is to connect advanced bicycle development with inspirational athletes to create better bikes for everyone. For more information visit https://racing.trekbikes.com/

About HeadCheck Health, Inc.
HeadCheck has developed innovative software and services for sports organizations, teams, clinics, and individual practitioners to improve their concussion identification, assessment and management capabilities. The software can be customized to fit the requirements of any concussion policy or protocol. Over 400 teams and organizations deploy HeadCheck as their primary tool for concussion management, including the CJHL, BC Hockey, UBC, Edmonton Oil Kings, BC Rugby, Eastern Washington University, Rugby Ontario, Trek Factory Racing, Shawnigan Lake School, Rugby Quebec and more. For more information visit https://www.headcheckhealth.com

Media Contact

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604.889.8057


Saskatoon Hilltops Take Forward-Thinking Approach to Concussion Safety

CJFL team led the pack by adopting HeadCheck Health’s innovative concussion management software

SASKATOON - The Saskatoon Hilltops (‘Hilltops’) have shown themselves to be leaders on the field, as they look for a record fifth straight Canadian Bowl Championship, and off the field where they are the first Canadian Junior Football League (‘CJFL’) franchise to partner with HeadCheck Health, Inc. (‘HeadCheck’) and implement innovative concussion management software.

HeadCheck’s mobile and web-based solution was customized to the requirements of the CJFL’s concussion protocol and enabled the Hilltops to improve their level of concussion care. Team physiotherapists and trainers utilized the software to create a concussion health record for each player and opted to conduct baseline testing during team medicals.

During the season, the app helped team staff document suspected concussions, collect key information at the time of the event and perform post-injury testing enhanced by comparable data. The information collected could be shared through the system with team doctors to facilitate improved outcomes for the players.

“HeadCheck was great to have on the sidelines this season,” said Allison Frenette, Head Physiotherapist for the Hilltops. “It made testing easier and our baseline procedures far more efficient during medicals.”

“We’d like to congratulate the Hilltops on a successful season and showing great initiative in implementing HeadCheck this season,” said Harrison Brown, CEO of HeadCheck. “We see this as an important step in improving concussion safety across football in Canada.”

 

ABOUT HEADCHECK HEALTH, INC.
HeadCheck enhances the way sports organizations implement and manage their concussion policy through innovative testing, documentation and reporting software. A mobile app can be used to document suspected concussions, run concussion assessments and track an athlete’s concussion history. An enhanced web dashboard provides an overview of testing activity, more thorough athlete management, and monitoring of concussion policy adherence. HeadCheck supports medical and non-medical roles to meet the qualifications of individuals using the software. All data is securely stored and meets the latest health privacy standards. Over 400 organizations across North America use HeadCheck as their primary tool for concussion management, including the CJHL, BC Hockey, UBC, Edmonton Oil Kings, BC Rugby, Eastern Washington University, Rugby Ontario, St. George’s School, and Okotoks Minor Hockey. For more information visit https://www.headcheckhealth.com

ABOUT THE SASKATOON HILLTOPS
The Saskatoon Hilltops are a junior Canadian football team based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Hilltops play in the six-team Prairie Football Conference, which is part of the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) and competes annually for the national title known as the Canadian Bowl. The team was founded in 1921 as a senior team in the Saskatchewan Rugby Football Union, in which it played until 1936. The team reorganized in 1947. Beginning in 1953, the Hilltops have won 20 Canadian Bowl championships, the most of any Canadian junior football team in history. The Saskatoon Hilltops is the only CJFL team to win four consecutive Canadian Bowls 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. For more information visit https://saskatoonhilltops.com/

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Rugby Quebec optimizes concussion care for provincial athletes with HeadCheck Health

QUEBEC – Rugby Quebec is proud to announce a new partnership with HeadCheck Health Inc. (‘HeadCheck’) to implement innovative mobile and web-based concussion management software for provincial representative teams.

HeadCheck provides Rugby Quebec with software and services to enhance the management of their concussion policy. A mobile app provides recognized healthcare professionals with real-time access to an athlete’s concussion profile and enables them to document suspected concussions, perform the testing required by the policy and make more informed care decisions. A web dashboard provides an overview of policy activity, more thorough athlete management, and the monitoring of policy adherence. In addition to the software, the company works with Rugby Quebec’s Medical Coordinator to review reporting and utilize data analytics to continuously advance the organization’s policies and procedures.

"HeadCheck was initially tested as part of our medical pilot project and it exceeded our expectations,” explained Maxime Charron, Sport Physiotherapist and Rugby Québec’s Medical Coordinator. “HeadCheck facilitates concussion management allowing us to more efficiently provide optimal care to our athletes. The ability of our athletes to practice their sport in a safe environment is paramount to Rugby Quebec and we are excited to implement HeadCheck with all our provincial teams."

“We are excited to have Rugby Quebec implement HeadCheck for all their provincial teams after a successful pilot project,” said Harrison Brown, Co-Founder and CEO of HeadCheck Health. “Having our software in place for an entire organization is what works best for ensuring policy compliance and creating a safer environment for players.”

The company will also provide Rugby Quebec with full training, onboarding, and data management support. This includes setting up the software to the exact specifications of Rugby Quebec’s concussion policy and the varying medical and non-medical roles of the staff utilizing HeadCheck. All data is securely stored and meets the latest health privacy standards.

 

ABOUT HEADCHECK HEALTH, INC.
HeadCheck enhances the way sports organizations implement and manage their concussion policy through innovative testing, documentation and reporting software. A mobile app can be used to document suspected concussions, run concussion assessments and track an athlete’s concussion history. An enhanced web dashboard provides an overview of testing activity, more thorough athlete management, and monitoring of concussion policy adherence. HeadCheck supports medical and non-medical roles to meet the qualifications of individuals using the software. All data is securely stored and meets the latest health privacy standards. Over 400 organizations across North America use HeadCheck as their primary tool for concussion management, including the CJHL, BC Hockey, UBC, Edmonton Oil Kings, BC Rugby, Eastern Washington University, Rugby Ontario, St. George’s School, and Okotoks Minor Hockey. For more information visit https://www.headcheckhealth.com

ABOUT RUGBY QUEBEC
Fédération de Rugby du Québec (Rugby Québec) is a non-profit organization. It gathers regional associations and rugby clubs from all over the province. The Federation works with the ministère de l’Éducation, World Rugby, and Rugby Canada. The Federation is present in most regions and is involved with players of all ages categories. Rugby Québec focuses on the initiation, recreation, competition, and performance. For more information on Rugby Quebec please visit http://www.rugbyquebec.com/

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