Black Ice is a documentary that explores racism in Canadian hockey. Through interviews with players, the film’s Director Hubert Davis, reveals the hidden history of Canada and the significant role black people have played in its past. It also sheds light on the systemic racism that still exists in hockey today and how it affects players of color. In this episode of Winnipeg Weekends, we further discuss systemic racism in hockey, how it affects not only those who experience it, but also those who witness it, and how it is a problem that affects everyone and not just the black experience. The documentary was awarded the People’s Choice Documentary award at the Toronto Film Festival.