News and Announcements


Effective October 25 at 12:01 a.m., Ontario will lift capacity limits in the vast majority of settings where proof of vaccination is required. Limits will also be lifted in certain outdoor settings.
Continued improvements to public health and health care indicators, including ongoing stability in the province’s hospitals, have guided this cautious and gradual approach.
Ontario will also allow other settings to lift capacity limits if they begin requiring proof of vaccination. This will not apply to key services such as medical care, food from grocery stores, medical supplies, and the like.


The NOHA is currently recruiting new on ice officials. You must be 14 yrs of age. Our District 1 has seen our officials go down from 49 to 30 in the past year.

If you are interested in learning more about how to become an on ice official please contact Adam Morell or Owen Rigg District 1 Referee in Chief

You can also visit the NOHA website at


Good luck to all of our teams travelling this weekend and to our teams hosting games as well. The start of the hockey season has finally arrived.

Our U-11 team is home hosting Nickel City at the Splex.
Our U-12 team is home hosting the Sault at the Splex.
Our U-13 team is in Belleville for their first tournament of the year.
Our U-14 team is home hosting the Sault at the Splex.
Our U-15 team is on the road in North Bay to play a three game series.

For game times visit the TMHA master schedule on our website. Good luck teams and Go North Stars!


The NOHA has posted three new Coaching Clinics:

Development 1
October 21-23, 2021

Coach 1 – Intro to Coach
October 25th, 2021

Coach 2 – Coach Level
October 27th, 2021

For more information or to register click below.


The $1 Million Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is Back!

In its ongoing commitment to ensure access to hockey for young Canadians, the Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is back for the 2021-22 season. The relaunch of the program follows a tremendous year in 2020-21, when more than 1,000 Canadian families received an assist.

The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is once again making $1 million available to help Canadians experiencing financial challenges as a result of COVID-19. It will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association.

The goal: Help young Canadians get back on the ice and enjoying the game they love in their communities.

If you or someone you know could use an assist with registration fees, please visit for more information, or to apply.

If you have any questions, please look at our FAQs or contact

Thank you for your support. Because when it comes to play, we can all use an assist.