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23/10/2021
WAIPU President Dr. Lucien Valloni: WAIPU President Dr. Lucien Valloni states: "WAIPU is supporting this appeal in order to protect the CHL hockey players. WAIPU realizes the significance of the appeal process for the CHL hockey players in their fights for pay equality; the Canadian justice system has mechanisms that support and protect professional athletes' rights; no individual or business is above the law. " Here below the translation in French of the article of Martin Leclerc of 19 October 2021:
21/09/2020
Do you think it would be acceptable for a coach of a Major Junior hockey club, who wanted to coach in another pro-league to have to pay a $500,000 release fee, to that Major Junior club to pursue this job opportunity? The fact this is happening to Major Junior Hockey Players is unacceptable, it’s illegal and it needs to be dealt with. The World Association of Icehockey Players Unions (WAIPU) with a North American division — is supporting the declare.
16/05/2020
WAIPU assists win for players wages - SETTLED    More new to come soon.
11/05/2019
WAIPU President Dr. Lucien W. Valloni has officially welcomed at the General Assembly in Bratislava the two new WAIPU members and stated: WAIPU is very proud to have now two new members. SIHPA Slovenská asociácia hráčov ľadového hokeja, the player union of Slovakia as well as SZHL Stowarzyszenie Zawodników Hokeja na Lodzie, the Polish player union. We are very happy to have such new members who are very active and are bringing a lot of new power to WAIPU."  
06/04/2019
We are very proud to announce that WAIPU and especially its member WAIPU North America did obtain support in their union drive from the World Players Association which includes among others the following members:  NHLPA, FIFPro, MLBPA, NFLPA, NBAPA.   This is extremely important for us to help our member WAIPU North America in its tremendous fight for the rights of young athletes. Just this week a massive victory could be achieved for the players in North America. 
05/04/2019
Conspiracy, negligence charges reinstated against OHL in minimum-wage lawsuit Rick Westhead
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The Ontario Hockey League will be forced to defend allegations of conspiracy, negligence and breach of contract after a three-judge panel in Ontario reinstated those claims against the league in its legal battle against former players over minimum wage.
22/06/2018
(Canadian Press, www.sportnet.ca - Jun 19, 2018 / Photo: Justin Tang/CP) OTTAWA - Sports Minister Kirsty Duncan says national sporting organizations will lose their federal funding if they don’t immediately disclose to her office any allegations of abuse or harassment that occur within their ranks.
11/06/2018
(Rick Westhead, www.tsn.ca - Jun 07, 2018 / Photo :The Canadian Press)
06/06/2018
Le co-porte-parole de Québec solidaire, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, est décidément très coriace lorsqu’un sujet lui tient à cœur... 
(MARIE-RENÉE GRONDIN, www.journaldequebec.com - Jun 05, 2018 / Photo : Radio-Canada)
06/06/2018
LHJMQ : UNE VIEILLE HISTOIRE D’AGRESSION SEXUELLE ET UNE RÉACTION INAPPROPRIÉE DU PRÉSIDENT (Kevin Malenfant, www.danslescoulisses.com - Jun 05, 2018 / Photo : ND)

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