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Audience Members: Hockey and Dubas

audience members: After a 45-minute panel, audience members were given the opportunity to ask Dubas and the other panellists questions and a university student asked about increasing diversity in sports, according to CTV. I think that other sports have done a far better job than hockey has in that regard, said Dubas, after citing a recent media report about the lack of diversity in hockey. Dubas spoke about needing a wider range of voices in hockey on Thursday night at the MLSE Foundation's speaker series. What I would say is that I know that our team was at the top of the list with about 16 per cent of our front office staff being women. More than 300 people were in attendance for the event at MLSE Launchpad, a facility in Toronto's downtown core owned by Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment, that is dedicated to using sports to enrich the lives of youth. Toronto FC general manager Ali Curtis and MLSE chief technology officer Humza Teherany were also on the panel moderated by TSN's Lindsay Hamilton. ( As reported in the news.