Rowan's Law Day
September 29, 2021

In 2018, the Ontario government passed concussion safety legislation known as Rowan's Law and declared the last Wednesday of each September as Rowan's Law Day. On this day, we remember Rowan Stringer and help raise awareness about concussion safety in our community. A great way to start is to learn the signs and symptoms of a concussion so that you and your family know what to look for, and how to treat it/ where to go for help.

For more information on Rowan's Law, and information on our Concussion Code of Conduct - click here

You can find further resources below:

And remember...

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Land Acknowledgement
The land of which our office and fields are located is the traditional territory of many nations including: Anishinabewaki, Kanien'kehá?ka (Mohawk), and Omàmìwininìwag (Algonquin) peoples.  It is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples. The Gloucester Dragons would like to reflect on the unique connections and relationships Indigenous persons and their ancestors have had with this place for thousands of years.

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