Pro hockey cancelled as lead in ice contaminated, says TPS

Toronto Mayor John Tory arrives at an emergency board meeting in Toronto on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018. Following Toronto Public Health’s announcement that it will be cancelling all youth hockey games because of the lead contamination in the NHL’s ice, Tory will suspend all scheduled events until the government steps in to help pay for ice resurfacing. Pictured, with families on a rink. John Mahoney/Toronto Star via AP Photo

Toronto Mayor John Tory arrives at an emergency board meeting in Toronto on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018. Following Toronto Public Health’s announcement that it will be cancelling all youth hockey games because of the lead contamination in the NHL’s ice, Tory will suspend all scheduled events until the government steps in to help pay for ice resurfacing. Pictured, with families on a rink. John Mahoney/Toronto Star via AP Photo

Toronto Mayor John Tory arrives at an emergency board meeting in Toronto on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018. Following Toronto Public Health’s announcement that it will be cancelling all youth hockey games because of the lead contamination in the NHL’s ice, Tory will suspend all scheduled events until the government steps in to help pay for ice resurfacing. Pictured, with families on a rink. John Mahoney/Toronto Star via AP Photo

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