NOHA Rink Report – November 17th, 2023

 The NOHA is will be hosting several Christmas Skills Camps throughout Northern Ontario during the 2023 Holiday Season. There will be four levels offered: U7/U9, U11/U13, U15/U18, and Goalies only. All skill levels are welcome! Registration is open until Monday, November 20th! Read More Applications are now open for Hockey Canada/IIHF Try Hockey programs. This is a great opportunity to bring in new participants, with an ice rental subsidy, staff honourarium, and equipment options for up to 36 participants!  Read More
 NOHA Tournament of Champions team applications are open until December 1st! Apply Now This season, W.A.I.T. before you act! Get involved and spread the message: Read More
 The NOHA is currently accepting nominations for Official of the Month. Officials nominated should be between the ages of 14-17 and have a passion for officiating! Nomination FormRead More The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) is committed to promoting healthy environments for all of their players, coaches, officials, participants and businesses who provide services to those participating in hockey programs. Read More
 NOHA Clinics have been posted for November. View Certification Requirements and Register now to obtain your certifications. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]  Register The NOHA wants to celebrate our hard-working and dedicated volunteers by choosing a Volunteer of the Month! To nominate your Volunteers, please fill in the form HERESelected Volunteers will be posted mid-month. Nominate
Hockey Canada Pathway to Hockey Coverage Information for Associations Pathway to Hockey programs (commonly known as try hockey programs) are designed to provide fun, safe and affordable introduction to hockey opportunities to all Canadians. These are programs that are run and managed by Local Hockey Associations – with the objective of growing their membership. Pathway to hockey programs can be a simple ball hockey initiative or a 12-week program that teaches skating or the fundamentals of the game. Key objectives for this initiative are as follows:Provide an opportunity for Local Hockey Associations to expand their introductory programming offerings, leading to increased accessibility, diversity and inclusivenessEnsure that all participants and programs are insured and managed in accordance with our shared values and standardsRemove a component of the cost barrier (insurance) for program participantsTrack participants and their hockey journey, leading to greater understanding of retention and sustainabilityCollect best practices and innovative ideas, including identification of opportunities to share with others and/or scale in other areas
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Made in Northern Ontario Plan