General Information (Brampton Hockey Inc.)

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**NEW PLAYERS ONLY**
Prior to registering online, all players New to Hockey must fill out the New Member Hockey Canada Profile Request online form. CLICK HERE to download the profile request form. The office will notify you when the Hockey Canada profile has been created and the Respect in Sport for Parents program can be completed, the player can then be registered.

Once registration is complete, all players are required to review the OHF Concussion Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resource (based on player's age) based on the enactment of Rowan's Law by the Ontario Government. Once reviewed, players and parents are to sign the online form to confirm they have reviewed. Details are below.

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**Players transferring (moving) to Brampton, please contact [email protected]**

RESPECT IN SPORT

► Respect in Sport Clinic Login 

One parent is required to complete the Respect in Sport for Parents program.  Please see below for an overview of the program.  This program only needs to be completed once.
 
As in previous years, registration is being provided via Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) system. If you previously created an account with HCR and have forgotten your password, please click on the link below the sign in area – 'FORGOT YOUR PASSWORD'. If your e-mail address has changed, log in with your previous email. Once logged in, you can change your e-mail, password and edit your account under 'My Account'.


The Respect in Sport Parent Program is endorsed and supported by our governing bodies, Hockey Canada, OHF and the OMHA. The program is a proactive, educational online course that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children, and all other stakeholders in the game. 


Starting in the 2013-2014 hockey season, at least one parent or guardian of each player in Brampton Hockey will need to complete the online RIS course as a condition of the child’s registration and participation in Brampton Hockey programs. The course takes approximately an hour to complete. In the next few weeks, further details will be distributed outlining how to sign up and complete the requirement. The cost of the course is covered by Brampton Hockey and is a one time certification.

Brampton Hockey requires your support and cooperation with completing the RIS online course prior to registering your child for next season. There is an opportunity for you to provide feedback once the course is completed. Please ensure you provide the feedback asked for at the end of the online program so that the ongoing improvement of the content and usability of the system is maintained. 

In an ongoing effort to foster a safe and enjoyable environment for all our players, coaches, officials and fans in this great game, the Brampton Hockey Executive and Board of Directors has approved the implementation of the Respect in Sport (RIS) Parent Program. 

Thank you for your assistance with the League’s commitment to players’ safety, enjoyment and success in the game of hockey. 

Please visit the OMHA web site

► RIS Parent Program Overview


REGISTRATION

CLICK HERE TO SEE » Registration Fees

CLICK HERE TO » Register to Play Hockey


Brampton Hockey does not offer a Learn-to-Skate Program. For Learn-to-Skate Programs, please contact the City of Brampton’s Parks and Recreation Department at: 
http://www.brampton.ca/en/residents/recreational-Activities/Pages/welcome.aspx

The online registration process also provides an administrative advantage for the organization.  The process automatically puts players into the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) database which means the Representative, Recreational, and Intra-City teams can be easily rostered and assists in the process of insuring players under Hockey Canada’s insurance.  All players and coaches / trainers who register with Brampton Hockey fall under Hockey Canada’s insurance.  For more information on the Hockey Canada insurance please go to www.ohf.on.ca.

 

ROWAN'S LAW - MINISTRY OF TOURISM CULTURE AND SPORT
The Ontario Hockey Federation was informed by the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport on June 18, 2019 that the Rowan’s Law Act and Regulations must be implemented by July 1, 2019. Therefore, after July 1, 2019 every Player, Team Official and On-Ice Official (parent as well if individual under 18) in order to register/participate must review the OHF Concussion Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources. 

Requirements 

All players/parents/coaches are to review the Rowan's Law resource based on the appropriate age to which they are participating (i.e. 10 and under, 11-14 or 14 and over). Secondly, participants are then to review the OHF CONCUSSION CODE OF CONDUCT.

Once you have reviewed all requirements, please complete the online Rowan's Law Acknowledgement Form by clicking here: https://bramptonhockey.com/Forms/3092/

• All Registrants registering July 1, 2019 or after must have completed the review information and acknowledgement prior to registration/participation. 
• All Team Officials currently registered will be required to complete the review of information and acknowledgement prior to August 30, 2019. 
• All Registrants registered prior to July 1, 2019 must complete the review of information and acknowledgement prior to participation in the first game.


Brampton Hockey Inc. Policy On Refunds

 In order to be considered for a participant registration refund a request must be submitted in writing to the Brampton Hockey office, Attention Finance by October 31 of the current season. The request must include the following information:

•         Name of participant

•         Birth year of the participant

•         Current mailing address

•         Reason refund is being requested

 Brampton Hockey Inc. will not issue refunds for requests made after October 31 of each season. All refunds will have a $50.00 administration fee, for each registration, deducted from the amount being refunded. Additional amounts owed to the Association (i.e. surcharges, NSF fees, late fees, etc) may also be deducted from the refund.

 In all cases refund cheques will not be processed and issued until after November 15 of the current season, regardless of when the request was received.

 Refunds will be considered after October 31 and before December 31 for medical reasons only. All requests for refunds must be accompanied by a Physician’s medical note indicating that the participant cannot play for the current season. Refunds WILL NOT be given for games missed during the season due to short-term injury.

 Please note that a refund of fees from the Association does not constitute nor imply a release from the Association nor any obligation to the Association. The Association continues to hold all rights associated with the participant registered.

 Refunds for clinics will be given in full only when the Association is notified forty-eight hours in advance that the registrant will be unable to attend. No refund will be given to registrants who are turned away from clinics for being late.

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