News and Announcements
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 HockeyCanada.ca/AssistFund for more information, or to apply.
If you have any questions, please look at our FAQs or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support. Because when it comes to play, we can all use an assist.
Please find below the NOHA Vaccination Policy Update – October 5, 2021
After carefully considering the evolving public health response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and considering the close contact nature of our game, the NOHA Board of Directors has decided to revert to the NOHA Vaccine Policy dated September 9, 2021, which will require all Players born in 2009 or earlier to be fully vaccinated. The policy has been amended to reflect a new timeline to be fully vaccinated. Click here for the full policy.
Note that the NOHA policy also references On-Ice Officials, Volunteers, Team Officials, however per the direction of the five (5) Public Health Units in the NOHA Territory, these participants must be fully vaccinated by October 14, 2021 in order to enter the facilities in Northern Ontario.
The NOHA has posted two new Coaching Clinics:
Coach 1 – Intro to Coach – October 18th
Coach 2 – Coach Level – October 19th
Effective September 22, 2021, access to City facilities will require proof of identification and proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as per the provincial health order.
Indoor meeting and event spaces and areas of facilities used for sports and recreational
fitness activities where proof of vaccination is required includes:
• McIntyre Community Centre
• Archie Dillon Sportsplex and Pool
• Mountjoy Arena
• Whitney Arena
• Maurice Londry Community Centre
Proof of Vaccination must be provided by:
• Those attending adult workshops, meetings and events at the Timmins Museum:
National Exhibition Center
• All patrons/players 18 years of age or older who are actively participating in an
• All spectators viewing a game/practice/event who are 12 years of age or older
including parents or guardians of youth actively participating in an organized
The document Media_Release_-_How_Ontarios_Proof_of_Vaccination_Applies_to_City_Facilities.pdf was attached to this post.
Thank you to everyone who attended the AA tryouts. Coaches are working diligently to respond to all families within the next 24hrs as COVID restrictions limited our abilities to meet after the final session.
Congratulations to those who were successful in making a team. The TMHA registration portal (same place you registered for tryouts) remains open for anyone who has not yet registered (player fee) for the season. You can also pay your performance bond online as well.
Those who attended the AA tryouts and did not make a team and now want to tryout for the PMHA Jr Goldkings “A” tryouts, please e-mail our administrator Steve at email@example.com to request a permission to skate.
Thank you to everyone who attended. The PMHA tryout dates are below.
Wishing everyone a safe season!