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Annual General Meeting Notice:

 

The AGM for Northside & District Minor Hockey League Members will be held at the Emera Centre on Tuesday June 7th, 2022.  Registration for the meeting will begin at 6:30pm -7pm.  Meeting to start at 7pm. 

This meeting is an opportunity for our membership to hear the Presidents Message that outlines this past year and gives a snapshot into the coming year.  A complete financial Report will be presented with an opportunity to ask any questions.  The Regional Director has been invited and if possible, will attend, which provides any Hockey Nova Scotia updates.

If you have extra time to volunteer and are wondering how you can get involved in the organization, we can answer all those questions.   We always look forward to welcoming new people with fresh ideas.

Please note: To be able to vote at the meeting you must be registered prior to the meeting starting and be a member in Good Standing as outlined in our By-laws/Constitution. Members that arrive after registration is closed is welcome to participate in the meeting but cannot vote, so please make sure you arrive on time to avoid any confusion.

LATEST COVID UPDATE FROM HNS

Good evening everyone,

 

As you all know, most Public Health restrictions have been lifted across the province today as we move to Phase 3 of the provincial reopening plan. You can learn more about Phase 3 by clicking here.

 

Effective today, the following are in effect in Nova Scotia:

 

  • there will be no gathering limits or capacity limits, but people should still keep their social groups small and consistent and make careful choices about the gatherings they attend
  • physical distance will no longer be required between individuals and groups, although distancing is still recommended
  • masks will no longer be required, but wearing one in indoor public places or crowded outdoor places is strongly recommended
  • businesses and organizations across all sectors can resume full operations with no mandatory Public Health restrictions
  • special events including festivals, sports, performances, meetings, training and faith ceremonies can resume in full.

 

While masks are no longer mandated, we strongly encourage our members to continue to wear them.

 

As well, anyone who feels sick should say home and get tested.

 

People who test positive for COVID-19 are still required to self-isolate for seven days from the date symptoms started, or from the date of a positive test if there are no symptoms. There is no requirement to notify contacts outside a person’s household but people are encouraged to do so, especially for those who are at increased risk. Contacts are not required to isolate as long as they are symptom-free and test negative, whether they live with the person who tested positive or not.

 

We know the pandemic isn’t over but this is another encouraging step for our province. Let’s continue to work together to have a successful conclusion to our hockey season.

 

 

Yours in Hockey,

 

Amy Walsh

Executive Director

Hockey Nova Scotia

 

Arnie Farrell

President

Hockey Nova Scotia

 

 

Garreth MacDonald

Communications & Special Events Director

Hockey Nova Scotia

 

259 Commodore Drive

Dartmouth, NS, B3B 0M1

902.454.9400

 

hockeynovascotia.ca

NEW COACHES /MANAGER/VOLUNTEERS

If you are a new Coach/Manager or Volunteer with Northside Minor Hockey, please click the link below and register for an E-hockey account.  This is ONLY for New Coaches and Managers who have not been registered to a team in a prior year. 

MHA Registration Page (hockeycanada.ca)

Registering to be a player or Coach

HCR 3.0 - Hockey Canada Registry

Looking to be part of our Hockey Family on the Northside, check out the link to see how.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Effective the 2021-2022 Season, there is a new version of the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR 2.0), called HCR 3.0 Spordle.
HCR 3.0 replaces the following platforms:
• e-Hockey
• HCR Online Registration
• Hockey Canada Registry
All activity and information that was previously created and used within these platforms now reside within HCR 3.0.
As a result, three user logins are now combined into one. All users are required to create a new login for HCR 3.0 as no user accounts from the above platforms will be migrated over.
Please review the following steps to help you create a new HCR 3.0 Spordle Account and link your existing Hockey Canada ID and/or your player(s) Hockey Canada ID to this new account.
This should be done PRIOR to registering for minor hockey for the 2021-2022 season so you have access to your player(s) Hockey Canada ID that will be required for registration.
NEW IN 2021-22:
Find your ID in your Hockey Canada Registry (HCR 3.0) Account
1. Go to the new Spordle Hockey Canada 3.0 registry https://account.spordle.com/login
2. Create an account using the email address you monitor by clicking Sign up. Be sure to check your junk mail folder for the registration confirmation.
3. Go to Members tab.
4. Find and click the blue icon that looks like a person with a + on the right (by the head).
5. To link your children to your account, you will need to search for them by name and birthdate. When you see their name, select link this member.
Please NOTE: The Registration Tab on HCR3.0 is NOT where you will register for Minor Hockey.
Registration will only be accepted for Northside Minor Hockey through our teamsnap.
Please see the link below and complete your players/Coaches Registration. There will be an invoice sent out via teamsnap after Registration is completed and the Credits have been applied.
DO NOT CLICK THE REGISTRATION FORM BELOW IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE THE STEPS ABOVE AND REGISTERED FOR SPORDLE AND LOCATED YOUR HOCKEY ID NUMBERS
PUBLIC REGISTRATION FORM FOR NSDMHA https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/278997

IF YOU ARE NEW TO HOCKEY PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR REGISTRATION DATES: ALSO IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH THIS PROCESS PLEASE WAIT UNTIL WE ANNOUNCE REGISTRATION DATE FOR NEW PLAYERS, WE WILL ADDRESS ANY TECHNICAL ISSUES THEN
Canada Assistance Hockey Fund

Hockey Canada Assist Fund (hockeycanadafoundation.ca)

The Hockey Canada Assistance Fund is open again for funding for families that meet the requirements.  This program assisted many players last season. Follow the link to the application to see if you qualify. 

NO MORE EHOCKEY ACCOUNTS FOR COACHES & OFFICIALS

As of May 15th, 2021 eHockey can no longer be accessed. Registration for clinics and to check qualifications will be done through the (new) Hockey Canada Registry (HCR 3.0).

If you have been registered for hockey previously as a Player, Coach, Official or Trainer you will be able to view your profile and sign up for a clinic by creating an account in the Hockey Canada Registry. If you are new to hockey you will be required to create a new account and profile.

All new registrants (whether you had an eHockey account previously or not) must create a new HCR account and link a member to the account (ie. yourself or the person you are creating an account for eg: a child for a camp/clinic). If you are brand new to hockey, you will have the option to create yourself as a new participant. If you were previously registered in our system but cannot find yourself to link, please do not create a duplicated profile, simply send an email with your issue and we will work with you on the matter. 

Click here to register or view your profile.

*note: be sure to check your junk mail for any communication during set up/ registration

STEP-BY-STEP: How to Set Up Your Hockey Canada Registry Account

  1. Log into your Hockey Canada Registry profile (Create an account if you do not have one)
  2. Once logged in, click “Link a Member”
  3. Search by first name, last name and date of birth in the YYYY-MM-DD format
  4. Click “Search”
  5. If found, select “Link this member” and add the relation (eg: self or child)
  6. View profile

*The landing page will be defaulted to the main account holder. On the top left hand side, you will see two icons with initials of the account holder and linked member (whether this is yourself or someone linked to your account). Please be sure to click on the linked member if you are looking for any qualification information, registrations or calendar information (clinics).

register.hockeycanada.ca/clinics is the link where you register for coaching & official clinics



COACHING REQUIREMENTS

COACHING REQUIREMENTS

    if you do not require any checks this year we want to make you aware that ALL COACHES are still required to take the Safe Return to Hockey Course.  Claude Goora is our Certification Coordinator and he will be in touch with other coaching requirements and Deadlines to have them completed. 

Introducing the Newest Team Member

HNS-SafetyRep

Molly Baxendale joins Mounties women's hockey program

Baxendale

To say we are proud of Molly is an understatement. Congratulations Molly on being drafted to Mount Allison University Women's Hockey Program. You will be an asset to the team on the Ice and a treasure on their campus.

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