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TMHA is seeking a motivated and organized individual to fulfill the responsibilities of TMHA Administrator.

Duties and Responsibilities: (See Job Description)

Required Skills:
• Knowledge and understanding of Minor Hockey processes
• Computer skills, use of e-mail, word documents, spreadsheets
• Budgeting skills, deposits, invoicing and collection of payments
• Office management including maintaining a filing system
• Organizational skills to meet required timelines
• Work flexible hours

Contract: (Fee for service based)
• Work 20hrs/week, flexible weekly hours, primarily from your home
• Rate of pay $20.00/hr
• Contract runs mid Aug to end of April annually (approximately 38 weeks)

To apply for this position please e-mail your resume and send inquiries to

Deadline for applications is July 20, 2020

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

The document TMHA_Administrator_job_description_2020.pdf was attached to this post.


Please find attached information around our upcoming AGM scheduled for Tuesday, August 25th at 6pm via zoom video conferencing. Invitations will be sent to our coaches in the coming weeks. Should you have any questions leading to the AGM, please e-mail us at

The TMHA Board of Directors, we would like to wish our membership a safe and enjoyable summer and we look forward to seeing everyone again in the fall.

The document TMHA_June_27__2020_Bulletin_AGM.pdf was attached to this post.


Please find attached the OHF Return to Hockey Framework

The document OHF_Return_to_Hockey_Framework_June_8__2020.pdf was attached to this post.

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TMHA June 2020 Bulletin

Posted by Timmins Minor Hockey Association at Jun 8, 2020 5:04PM PDT

Please find attached a TMHA June 2020 Bulletin.

The document TMHA_June_2020_Bulletin.pdf was attached to this post.


Tom Renney Return to Play video

Hockey Canada has developed a Return to Hockey framework that will review eight areas that have been identified as opportunities to improve or align our efforts with the customer experience at the grassroots level. Although each focus is unique in its challenges and solutions, there must be collaboration to ensure a shared outcome of a safe return to hockey.

Areas of Focus:
Customer Engagement: Hockey Canada is committed to gathering first-hand data and direction, directly from current and future players, coaches and officials, and grassroots organizers, to shape the Return to Hockey and future state of the game.

Regulations: Hockey Canada will review existing regulations and their impact on how and when we Return to Hockey; these will include transition regulations that may be required, taking into consideration timing, health protocols, and league and geographical structure.

Safety & Protocols: How & When We Resume Play – Hockey Canada will develop consistent and clearly-defined guidelines for returning to hockey for all Members, partners and leagues to follow to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants.

Officiating: Hockey Canada will review existing training and certification programs for officials to ensure a national officiating certification program that can be delivered consistently, safely and effectively from coast to coast to coast.

Coaching: Hockey Canada will review existing certification and training programs for coaches to ensure a national coach certification program that can be delivered consistently, safely and effectively from coast to coast to coast.

Seasonal Structure, Delivery Model & Registration: Hockey Canada will review the current seasonal structure, delivery model and registration process and make recommendations for post-COVID-19 adaptations, including but not limited to:
Contingency plans on possible Return to Hockey dates, including an evaluation of the impact on player pathways.
Modified programming required for adaptive seasonal structures (starts late, finishes early, etc.)
An effective delivery model for hockey post-COVID-19, including implications for local hockey associations, ice facilities, etc.
Current registration processes, including improving accessibility for all families.

Events, High-Performance Hockey & National Teams: Hockey Canada will review and recommend a strategy to determine how future championships are conducted given the potential cancellation of summer camps and the possibility of shortened seasons.

Marketing & Communications: Hockey Canada is committed to communicating all nationally-focused developments to educate participants on when and how we will return to the game.