Dear KMHA Members, Considering today`s news from the Province of Ontario regarding new restrictions for the Ottawa region beginning April 3rd, our Board of Directors are saddened to announce that the remainder of our current program’s session will be cancelled as of April 2nd, resulting
KMHA 2020/2021 Return to Hockey Plan -updated October 14, 2020 To allow our KMHA players a chance to play organized hockey again, we are offering the following plan to our members. This plan is in accordance with Hockey Canada, HEO, Ontario, and City of Ottawa guidelines.
Coming into effect for the 20/21 season. HEO U11(formally known as Atom) Player Pathway Policy
The following is a statement on behalf of Hockey Canada: “The last three weeks have seen heartfelt discussion and debate around our game and its culture. Some of the discussion concerning, some of it positive and all of it valuable, showing how much the
HOCKEY CANADA ANNOUNCES CHANGE TO AGE-DIVISION NAMES Changes to simplify the minor hockey system to go into effect next season CALGARY, Alta. – At its Winter Congress this weekend in Montreal, the Hockey Canada membership approved a regulation change proposed by the board
Rowan's Law Legislative requirements under the implementation of Rowan’s Law by the Government of Ontario. In accordance with Rowan’s Law HEO Participants/Coaches/Bench Staff/Volunteers are required to submit a signed Acknowledgement Form confirming that they have reviewed the HEO Code of Conduct and the Concussion Awareness Resources
As long as you are on an official team list and had to take a clinic as part of being on a team roster as a coach, assistant coach, goalie coach, on ice helper, trainer or manager for example respect in sport, or a coach clinic or
One parent of all new IP and Novice level players must complete the online version of Respect in Sport for parents by September 1st, 2016. If it is not completed by September 1st, the player will not be able to go on the ice. http://www.hockeyeasternontario.ca/pages/parents/respectinsport.htm