Hockey Day in Victoria, BC

Hockey Day in Canada 2024

Here in Victoria, hockey is more than a game—it’s a nod to tradition and the fervent spirit of our community. From the 1925 Stanley Cup-winning Victoria Cougars to the present-day Victoria Royals of the WHL, hockey has always been a part of Victoria’s story.

And from January 17-20, 2024, Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada™️ is coming to Victoria!

We’re eagerly counting down the days and can’t wait to host thousands of fans in Victoria’s Inner Harbour at Canada’s greatest hockey celebration as millions tune in from coast to coast to coast.

Plus, one lucky Canadian will win a trip for two to Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada™️ in vibrant Victoria, BC! Enter before December 15 for your chance to win.


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Hockey Day in Canada Contest

Enter for a chance to win a trip for two to Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada™ in Victoria, BC.

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Plan Your Hockey Day Stay

From sightseeing and accomodation to restaurants and activities, we've made it easy to plan your trip to Victoria.

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Commemorating this beautiful game, we’ll celebrate alongside local hockey heroes including Geoff & Russ Courtnall, as well as NHL alumni Andrew Ference and Wendel Clark. And as fellow Canadians, unite under a shared love of the game.

So, wherever you’re travelling from, we welcome you with open arms. For a few days, let us be your home away from home.

For more travel inspiration ahead of your trip to Victoria, be sure to check out our Going Local blog and Travel Itineraries.


Schedule at a Glance

Wednesday, January 17: 2 PM - 9 PM
Thursday, January 18: 11 AM - 9 PM
Friday, January 19: 11 AM - 9 PM
Saturday, January 20: 9 AM - 7 PM

For the full schedule, including the arrival of the Stanley Cup, click the link below.

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Destination Greater Victoria is honoured to be based on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples of the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.