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Respect in Sport Parent Program

One parent from each registered hockey family with a player born from 2005-2009 is required to complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program course for the 2013-14 hockey season. 
The Respect in Sport Parent Program is an online learning course that gives parents the opportunity to learn about proper parent behavior while their child is participating in a sport. It includes various e-learning modules, and supporting documents for the user. The course takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

The course must be completed by December 15, 2013 in order for their child(ren) to eligible to play hockey for that season.

Contact Rick Jackson for a password to waive the $13.65 course user fee.
Guidelines for how to sign up for the course can be found at the following link.

To complete the course please go to:


Dodge Caravan Kids is back and, in its tenth season, is rolling out exciting new program benefits for novice-level teams across the country. 

What Program Benefits Are Back:
Team Sponsorship: Chrysler Canada and its Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram Retailers have once again teamed up to provide up to $500 in funding to ATOM-level teams
Photo Contest: Chance to win up to $500 in extra funding through the Dodge Caravan Kids photo contest
Score & Win Contest: Chance to win a 2015 Dodge Grand Caravan and $5,000 for your local Branch / Association

What’s NEW This Season:
Every player on a sponsored team will receive an exclusive Dodge Caravan Kids mini-stick
Tune in every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EST on City as hockey broadcast icon Ron MacLean shares local hockey stories from communities across Canada. Each episode celebrates players and teams at all levels, from Burnaby, B.C., to St. John's, N.L. Throughout the season, Dodge Caravan Kids will be celebrating hockey from coast to coast, and featuring a variety of local teams in the broadcast.

How Can Your Team Get Involved:
Register your team in the Dodge Caravan Kids Team Sponsorship Program.  Download the Registration Package at and contact your local Branch/Association for information on funding policies
Enter your team in the Dodge Caravan Kids Photo Contest. Visit for the contest overview and how to submit your team photo
Enter the Dodge Caravan Kids Score & Win Contest for the chance to score a Dodge Grand Caravan and $5,000 for your Association
Join us at a local Rogers Hometown Hockey celebration near you and tune-in to the broadcast Sundays at 6:30pm EST. Visit for the full tour schedule and more information on Rogers Hometown Hockey

For information on the Dodge Caravan Kids Team Sponsorship Program: or (866) 973-2006

For information on the Dodge Caravan Kids Photo Contest, Score & Win and Rogers Hometown Hockey:




Charlotte County Minor Hockey Association

Hockey referees given cameras to record verbal abuse

Charlotte County Minor Hockey Association says it's the first league in Canada to equip officials with cameras




New program gets 30,000 kids into the game over the next three years

TSN #BigPlay Twitter campaign rallies Canadians while raising funds for the program

December 22, 2014 – Today, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities (Jumpstart) and the Hockey Canada Foundation (HCF) launched The Big Play, a new program that will give more kids across Canada the opportunity to get into minor hockey.  
Through The Big Play program, Jumpstart and the HCF are helping to open the door to the one in three Canadian families that can’t afford to enroll their children in organized sport. For the next three years, Jumpstart and HCF will bring approximately 10,000 kids per year, ages four to 18, into the game of hockey. The Big Play will assist kids from financially disadvantaged families with the costs associated with registration and equipment.

 “Every kid should have the chance to play hockey regardless of their family’s financial situation. We’re proud to partner with the Hockey Canada Foundation to get more kids into the game,” said Landon French, executive director, Jumpstart Charities. “The Big Play ensures kids have the opportunity to develop the confidence, teamwork and leadership skills associated with organized sport, while creating a lifetime of memories, and we are thrilled to be launching this important program just as the ‘Year of Sport’ kicks off in Canada.”

Jumpstart and the HCF will work closely with Hockey Canada’s 13 branches and the more than 330 local Jumpstart Chapters across Canada to communicate details of the program to minor hockey associations nationwide. Both organizations have a rich history of supporting the game and helping create greater accessibility at the grassroots level.
 “The Big Play will provide a welcomed source of additional financial support for many Canadian families in need,” said Chris Bright, executive director, Hockey Canada Foundation. “Participating in hockey is something every Canadian child should have the opportunity to experience during their youth.”

 Canadian Tire Corporation also announced today that it will make a donation to the local Jumpstart Chapter of each member of Canada’s National Junior Team. These funds will help get five kids from each player’s hometown into hockey.
 And, during the tournament, hockey fans from across the country will have the opportunity to get even more kids into the game. Fans across Canada will see “big plays” from every game of the tournament on TSN’s @TSNHockey Twitter feed (, with tweets using #BigPlay. For each retweet of TSN’s #BigPlay videos, Canadian Tire will donate 25 cents to The Big Play to get kids into the game.
 Families can get more information about how to apply for funding assistance by calling 1-844-YES-PLAY or visiting Parents or guardians of players will receive information when the application process opens in mid-2015 for the 2015-2016 season.

 About Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities 
Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities is a national charity dedicated to providing kids from low-income families with the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sports and physical activities. With an extensive, national network of more than 330 local chapters, Jumpstart helps kids in communities across Canada by assisting with the costs associated with registration, equipment and/or transportation.

Supported by the Canadian Tire Family of Companies, which includes Canadian Tire, PartSource, Gas+, Sport Chek, Atmosphere, National Sports, Sports Experts, Mark's and Canadian Tire Financial Services, Jumpstart has enabled more than 875,000 Canadian kids and counting to get in the game since 2005.
 Follow Jumpstart on Twitter and Facebook to learn about how the charity is giving kids across Canada a sporting chance.

 About the Hockey Canada Foundation
The mission of the Hockey Canada Foundation is to support Hockey Canada by promoting and fostering accessibility to the game of hockey. The Hockey Canada Foundation supports initiatives that help ensure Canada remains at the forefront in the development and promotion of amateur hockey as well as creating access to our game. For more information on Hockey Canada or the Hockey Canada Foundation, please visit, or follow along via social media and

For More Information:
Carol Endicott
Canadian Tire Corporation
Tel: 647-625-5476

Candice Bruton
Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities
Tel: 416-520-3184

Francis Dupont
Hockey Canada
Tel: 587-999-5681

CCMHA would like to thank Scotiabank St. George and St. Andrews for their continued support, we greatly appreciate it!!

Bernadine McClaren St. Andrews branch, Judy Gaudett and St George Branch Manager Andrew Hamilton visited the W.C. O'Neill arena with a generous donation of $2,000 for Charlotte County Minor Hockey.

From left to right: Judy Gaudett, St. George branch, Jacob Ridgley, Brady Green, Kohan Tucker-Erskine, Bernadine McClaren, St. Andrews branch, Cameron Martin, Aiden Ridgeway, Ashton McFarlane, Hunter Levy, Caden Handeland, Andrew Hamilton, St George Branch Manager, Nolan MacLean and Rick Jackson, President of Charlotte County Minor Hockey.

CCMHA Registration

2014-15 Registration:

Online Registration for Returning Players

If you have any questions regarding registration or paying by cash or cheque (online registration pay by credit card), email Claudine at

Notice for ALL hockey players and parents:

Hockey New Brunswick Social Media and Networking Policy
For the purpose of this Social Media and Networking Policy, the policy will encompass public communication through such internet and websites as Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Foursquare and any other social media network that allows users to communicate online. 
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No Gear to start with?  Out grown your old stuff?  Not a problem!

Come check out our gear swap program at the St. Andrews Youth Center 529-4663