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REMHA Playoff Update
March 16th, 2022
  • U13 A2 Royals White Head Coach Quinn's team playing for the championship March 18th @ 6:45 pm East End arena
  • U13 A3 Royals Black Head Coach Tabor's team playing for the championship March 16th @ 7:15 pm Sam Southern arena series tied at 1-1
  • U15 A2 Royals White Head Coach Wilks's team playing for the championship March 14th 6:00 pm St Norbert arena



REMHA teams participate in the Orange Jersey Project!
March 16th, 2022

Our U9 A1 Royals White Hockey team were very proud today to have the chance to wear and support the Orange Jersey Project. It gives both our young Royals Hockey players and coaches a chance to learn more about the history and legacy of the residential school system.




  Hockey Manitoba releases Version 13 of Return to Play
March 2nd, 2022

Hockey Manitoba has released Version 13 of our Return to Play plan based on the province's new public health orders that took effect on Tuesday March 1, 2022 at 12:01 a.m.

  • Proof of vaccination requirements have been removed by the province effective Tuesday March 1, 2022.
  • Members (players, coaches, officials, off-ice officials, team staff, and volunteers) that are 18 years of age and older are NOT REQUIRED to show proof that they are fully immunized (i.e. including the 14-day period after receiving their completed dose) in order to be eligible to participate in a Hockey Manitoba / Hockey Canada sanctioned program/event in Manitoba.
  • Spectators are NOT REQUIRED to show proof of vaccination to attend Hockey Manitoba/Hockey Canada sanctioned programs/events.
  • Face mask requirements will be lifted by the province effective Tuesday March 15, 2022.
  • Hockey Manitoba Return to Play Plan - Version 13

For more information on Hockey Manitoba's Return to play plan, please visit hockeymanitoba.ca/return-to-play.

Thank you,
Hockey Manitoba




2021-22 Playoff Notice
March 2nd, 2022

Hello REMHA Families,

We have been very fortunate to get our season in this year with very few cancellations and interruptions. With playoffs approaching, and the end of the season nearing, it has come to our attention that there have been instances where abusive language has been directed towards players, coaches, and officials. This kind of behaviour is not, and will not be tolerated. If spectators are not adhering to the values of Respect in Sport for Parents, they will be removed from our facilities.

We all want to support our kids and cheer on our teams. Let’s do just that. Support the kids playing the game they love. If you see someone is getting carried away please let our REMHA board members know about the situations. We will have representatives on site during some of the playoff games and inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated.

Last year was very challenging in not being able to see our kids play. We have been patient and now are about to see our kids play playoff hockey for the first time in two years. When you go to the rink, support your kids and team in a respectful manner.

Thank you,
REMHA Board




REMHA teams participate in the Orange Jersey Project!
February 23rd, 2022

Several REMHA teams participated in Orange Jersey Day such as the U15 A3 Black team below. The orange practice jerseys are an effort to continue the conversation around residential schools. (The Orange Shirt Society )

For further information click on the link to the CBC News Release.




Hockey Winnipeg - Dianne Woods, Lindsay Tait and Ron Stamm Memorial All-Star Release
February 21st, 2022

Hockey Winnipeg is proud to announce our Dianne Woods, Lindsay Tait and Ron Stamm All Stars for 2021/2022.

For the full press release and team rosters, click the links below.




  Hockey Winnipeg Announces the 2021/2022 Female AA All-Star Teams
February 9th, 2022

Each year, Hockey Winnipeg hosts a series of All-Star Days that serve to celebrate the accomplishments of our players across many age categories and ability levels.

Unfortunately, due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic the All-Star Games will not be played at this time as we are trying to protect our Regular Season and Playoff Schedules as best we can. Mixing the players from across the league onto two teams for an event like this could lead to an unnecessary spread of the virus.

Despite the fact that the games will not be played this winter, we are proud to present the rosters for the 2021/2022 Female AA All-Star Teams! There are three Female AA Divisions in Hockey Winnipeg and each one has named All-Star teams.

The U13 AA Division’s selections are representative of all 8 teams in the league. In the U15 Division, there are 12 teams represented and the U18 Division has a total of 6 teams.

The Twins AA Hockey program was set to host the games in January of 2022 at St. Norbert Community Centre.

Congratulations to the 2021/2022 Female AA All-Star Teams!




  Hockey Winnipeg Announces the 2021/2022 Male AA All-Star Teams
February 9th, 2022

Each year, Hockey Winnipeg hosts a series of All-Star Days that serve to celebrate the accomplishments of our players across many age categories and ability levels.

Unfortunately, due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic the All-Star Games will not be played at this time as we are trying to protect our Regular Season and Playoff Schedules as best we can. Mixing the players from across the league onto two teams for an event like this could lead to an unnecessary spread of the virus.

Despite the fact that the games will not be played this winter, we are proud to present the rosters for the 2021/2022 Male AA All-Star Teams! There are three Male AA Divisions in Hockey Winnipeg and each one has named All-Star teams.

The U13 AA Division’s selections are representative of all 19 teams in the league. In the U15 Division, there are 14 teams represented and the U18 Division has a total of 6 teams.

The Twins AA Hockey program was set to host the games in January of 2022 at the Richmond Kings Community Centre.

Congratulations to the 2021/2022 Male AA All-Star Teams!




  Message from Hockey Manitoba
February 7th, 2022

On Thursday March 12, 2020, due to the health concerns associated with the COVID – 19 pandemic, the 2019 – 2020 hockey season was cancelled by Hockey Canada. Although it was difficult to process the abrupt end to the hockey season, it was the best course of action for the game to do our part in keeping the country safe. The decision was made in an effort to help control the spread of the COVID – 19 virus with the overall priority for the health, safety, and well-being of over 600,000 Hockey Canada members.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 forced the interruption and pause of the 2020 – 2021 season and continues to play a significant role in the ability to seamlessly return to play for the 2021 – 2022 hockey season. Case numbers have oscillated back and forth since the start of the pandemic, and we cannot relax until this virus has been eradicated. The fundamental adherence of social distancing, wearing of masks, personal hygiene, and the importance of vaccination are necessary steps and practices that need to be employed to assist in the return pathway to normalcy and should not be ignored.

The full message from Hockey Manitoba including the Return to Play Version 11 Update may be found here.

Thank you,
Hockey Manitoba




  CORRECTION: Hockey Manitoba's Amended Return to Play Plan Version 10
January 17th, 2022

Close Contacts

Hockey Manitoba has made a correction to the Amended Version 10 of our Return to Play plan for the 2021-2022 season as it relates to close contacts.

Fully vaccinated members who are potentially exposed and asymptomatic will be allowed to continue attending Hockey Manitoba sanctioned activities. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated members who are potentially exposed are required to isolate for 10 days from the last exposure to a positive case before returning.

We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused for our members.

Hockey Manitoba Return to Play Plan - Amended Version 10

To view the provinces current Public Health Orders, please click here.

For more information on Hockey Manitoba's Return to Play plan, please visit hockeymanitoba.ca/return-to-play.

Thank you,
Hockey Manitoba




  Disregarding Public Health Orders
December 23rd, 2021

Hockey Winnipeg is aware of individuals disregarding and contravening existing Public Health Orders within our Area Associations and around the Province. The Hockey Winnipeg Executive wants to reinforce that these types of behaviors are NOT acceptable and any occurrences following this notice will result in the immediate removal of non-complaint families from Hockey Winnipeg programs, without refund.

Manitoba's current Public Health Orders as well as the requirements of Hockey Manitoba’s Return to Play policy are non-negotiable for participation in Hockey Winnipeg sanctioned activities. Further, to ensure Hockey Winnipeg programs function as intended, we must maintain the confidence of the management of the arenas, municipal and provincial government agencies and community clubs whose facilities are required for our game. When at an indoor arena or on an outdoor community club rink, Hockey Winnipeg needs our families to conduct themselves appropriately in accordance with Public Health Orders and Hockey Manitoba's Return to Play policy.

We are happy to report most families are following these Orders and Policy, but for the few who are not only unwilling to follow these orders, but when reminded or requested to do so become argumentative, disrespectful and disruptive, this will not be accepted. When asked to adhere to the public health guidelines by facility staff, Hockey Winnipeg Executive members, staff or volunteers you are required to do so. Hockey Winnipeg will now suspend the child of all non-compliant families from participating in all team events for the period covered by 3 games on the first occurrence, and indefinitely on a second occurrence. Additionally, if a member's behavior has reached the point of being dangerous or disruptive; law enforcement may be called, and an indefinite suspension delivered on first instance, in the sole discretion of Hockey Winnipeg.

The Province has instituted Public Health Orders to protect all Manitobans, who are bound by this legislation. This includes Hockey Winnipeg and our Area Associations. While we understand that some Manitobans may believe these Public Health Orders to be improper, we are required by law to follow them; and do so in the interest of the safety of our players, volunteers and all Manitobans. We cannot and will not allow our members to disregard the orders. Failure to follow and enforce these Public Health Orders not only risks the health of Manitobans generally, but also risks the shutdown of amateur hockey, including our entire hockey program.

This letter serves as an official warning from Hockey Winnipeg to all families but more specifically to those few families that are in opposition to these endpoints. If there are any reports of individuals violating Public Health Orders and/or disrespecting our volunteers and facility staff Hockey Winnipeg will issue an immediate 3 game suspension. Should there be a reoccurrence or it is deemed required by Hockey Winnipeg, an indefinite suspension and a ban from all facilities where Hockey Winnipeg operates will follow.

Sincerely,

Hockey Winnipeg




  Sporting and Recreational Activities Order
December 8th, 2021

REMHA has received further clarification with regards to Sporting and recreational activities Order 14 (1) (e):  On or after December 6, 2021 persons who are at least 12 years of age but who have not yet reached 18 years of age and who produce

  • Proof that they have received one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine for COVID-19, or
  • Proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test result within the previous 72 hours that is confirmed by a pharmacist.

Scope of the Orders

Read the scope of the orders here.

Checking ID and Proof of Vaccination

Recreation Manitoba circulated a bulletin late yesterday, and they have posted some excellent links to their website that will be helpful, you can view the links here.

Hockey Manitoba Recently Released Version 9 of Return to Play document here.




  Thanks the Stripes
December 5th, 2021

A successful hockey season is more than just the team. It takes a village and a big part of that village is our officials. Referees, linesmen & timekeepers are integral to the game and we take this weekend to extend our thanks for all their hard work!




  U11 and U9 Evaluation Process: Fall 2021
September 11th, 2021

With the changes the Hockey Manitoba has implemented, we have done our best to ensure that the pathway skates and evaluations are as rewarding and accurate as possible. Here is a summary of how things will work for the U9 and U11 groups in REMHA.

4 Pathway skates will be offered to each participant. We will be grouping skaters with “Like Ability” skaters that played at a similar level in the previous season to the best of our abilities. These skaters will be together for the 4 pathway skates. They will be lead by Bruno Zarrillo (U11) and Tim Juer (U9) and are essentially a “Rust Buster” prior to evaluations.

The evaluation process will change this year as well. Hockey Manitoba mandates that we MUST have 3 skates for ALL skaters, and encourages 4. We are doing exactly that. The first one/two skates will be randomized as best as possible to ensure that skaters from all abilities are represented, based on last years level of play. After the first or second skate, all players (goalies and skaters) will be assigned new groups in a snake draft based on scores available amongst the number of groups that we will need to ensure all levels of play are represented equally for the final one or two mandatory evaluation skates.

U9:

Once the first three skates have concluded, we will be releasing some players to house league. The remaining players taking part in the 4th skate some will be selected to an A1 team with those who are not being released to house league.

U11:

Once the three evaluation skates have taken place, players will be divided into A1, A2 and A3 groups. A1 group players not selected to an A1 team will take part in the A2 skate to compete for an A2 spot. A2 skaters not taken in A2 draft will move to the A3 draft.

All Metrics are measured 1-5 for all skates.




  REMHA 4x4 Preparation for AA Camps are back!
August 18th, 2021

REMHA is offering a 4x4 Camp this summer for male and female players at Gateway Recreation Centre.  Each player will receive a 4x4 jersey.  The camps will be run by our Marauders and Predators AA coaches.

Dates:      Starts September 1st, 2021
Location: Gateway Recreation Centre

  Marauders Predators
Divisions U13 & U15 U13 & U15
Hours 4 4
Fees $165.00 $165.00

Registration forms are available here

Visit our REMHA 4x4 Camps page for additional information and schedules.

Thank you for your support!




  2021-2022 Registration Information
August 14th, 2021

There have been several enquiries regarding what happens to registration fees in the event the season gets cancelled part way through the season. In that event REMHA will refund participants as follows:

  • Ice costs & officials fees for all league games not played less a $30.00 administration fee will be refunded.
  • Registration includes fees that channel through to Hockey Canada, Hockey Manitoba, & Hockey Winnipeg for insurance, playoffs etc. There is a potential for additional funds to be refunded if the season is interrupted and any funds realized would be refunded.



  2021-2022 Registration Information
August 7th, 2021

River East Minor Hockey will be accepting registrations using the Hockey Canada Registration system this season.

Registration will be open between August 10th and August 31st.

You can access the Hockey Canada Registration System via the following link: REMHA - Hockey Canada Registration System.

Please visit our Registration section here for further information, including in-person registration dates.




  Hockey Manitoba Update for U9 and U11 Programs
August 5th, 2021

As we near the 2021 Evaluation process, we have some exciting news to share. Hockey Manitoba has changed the pathway to all U11 evaluations registrants, and all participants at the U9 level who will be a part of the evaluation process to seek placement on an A1 team. REMHA has embraced these changes and we feel that we will be able to provide meaningful and purposeful skates for all participants involved.

We will be providing 4 “Training Camp” skates, beginning September 7 for all participants who register for U11 hockey and all participants at the U9 level who will be seeking placement on an A1 team. All house league registrants will continue to take part in the traditional rust buster sessions. The purpose of these skates is to allow the participants to all have access to some skates in a coach directed, structured setting, to help prepare for the evaluation process.

This will obviously come with an additional cost, and therefore you will see an increase in your registration fees for U9 participants who will be seeking placement on an A1 team and all participants at the U11 level. REMHA has hired experienced instructors to run these sessions as mandated by Hockey Manitoba. Particulars of the U9 and U11 Pathway Programs should be viewed on the Hockey Manitoba web site. Please see below for information on the Hockey Manitoba link.

We are excited to be able to provide these skates to all participants following the evaluation pathway this year. We will be making every effort to ensure that the extra registration costs needed to run these sessions are used to create a purposeful and valuable experience for all participants, at all levels.

Should you have any questions, please direct any questions to:

  • Male Program: Paul Dyrland - Vice President East League (U9 and U11 Boys program)
  • Female Program: Julie Van Leeuwen - Vice President Female A Hockey

https://www.hockeymanitoba.ca/players/under-9-hockey/
https://www.hockeymanitoba.ca/under-11-u11-program/

 



  REMHA Seeking Marauders AA Coaches for 2020/2021 Season
July 29th, 2021

The River East Marauders AA hockey organization is currently looking for a coach for the upcoming 2021/22 hockey year. If interested please send resume with references to our VP of AA Hockey, Cory Cockriell.

Thanks for you interest!
Jarred Dolyniuk
President, REMHA

 



  Financial Assistance Programs for 2021-22 Season
July 25th, 2021

Families requiring financial assistance to access hockey have access to the following programs to help pay for hockey registration fees, team fees and/or equipment:

GCWCC Program Registration Fee Subsidy Grant

The GCWCC grant will be applied to program “Registration Fee”, minus the club and evaluation fee at time of registration. Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

To apply for the GCWCC Subsidy:

Attend one of the In person Registration Dates:

 - Must bring Parent(s) most recent Revenue Canada “Notice of Assessment”. This is required to apply for this subsidy. Below is the maximum family income chart:

Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a national charitable program that helps children ages 4-18 participate in organized sport and recreation.

Apply for: Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Lace’em Up Foundation for Kids

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

The Assist Fund will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association, helping young Canadians get back on the ice in their communities.

Apply for: Lace'em Up Founation for Kis

Grindstone Award Foundation

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

The Grindstone Award Foundation provides financial support and equipment to young female hockey players in need.

Apply for: Grindstone Award Foundation

Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

The Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund is a “once per competition season” application only and is available for Hockey Winnipeg members at the AA level only.

The Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund program funding may include, but would not be limited to area association program participation, administrative and volunteer fees; league and exhibition game travel expenses; additional ice fees, including try-out ice; tournament fees; monies collected for team pictures and wind-up parties; medals and awards; and personal clothing items which become the property of the applicable player.

Apply for: Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund

 



  REMHA 2021 Annual General Meeting Results
June 10th, 2021

Good evening REMHA hockey families! Thank you to all who took the time to join us for our AGM May 30, 2021.

We are happy to announce that our new bylaw was passed to create a Communications Director for the upcoming hockey season.

Please join me in welcoming & congratulating our new and returning members elected to the board.

Election results including those positions filled by acclamation are as follows:

Position Elected Official
Vice President AA Cory Cockriell
Vice President House League John Delacruz
Vice President A Female Julie Van Leeuwen
Vice President AA Female Debb Nicol
Ice Director Jernej Anderlic
Referee In Chief John McDonald
Equipment Director Justin Foy
Communication Director Heather Campbell

We wish to also thank Marc Leclerc for all his hard work over the years as Equipment Director.

Have a safe & fantastic summer! Stay tuned for information regarding next season!

Heather Campbell

 



  River East Minor Hockey Association - 2021 Annual General Meeting
May 26th, 2021

*** NOTICE ***

The River East Minor Hockey Association Annual General Meeting scheduled for Sunday May 30th at North Kildonan Community Centre has been changed as a result of Covid protocols to a virtual meeting via ZOOM.

The meeting will continue to be held commencing at 7:00 P.M. Any adult member of River East Minor Hockey who wishes to register for attendance for participation in the meeting will need to contact the Registrar of REMHA at Remharegistrar@gmail.com by 6:00 P.M. on May 30th providing name, address, postal code & phone number in order to be invited into the meeting.

Director’s reports are posted here on the web site together with the minutes of the last Annual General Meeting, the Notice of Motions being presented, and the listing of the positions for election. Please review the reports & direct any questions to the applicable Director.

As previously posted, nominations closed May 24th for positions on the Executive and all those that committed (full slate) will be elected by acclamation including the Communication Director position if the Notice of Motion is passed.




  River East Minor Hockey Association - 2021 Annual General Meeting
May 26th, 2021

RIVER EAST MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (R.E.M.H.A)

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND ELECTIONS

SUNDAY, MAY 30, 2021 – ZOOM MEETING

Registration – Before 6:00 May 30, 2021

Annual Meeting - 7:00 pm May 30, 2021

The following order of business shall be observed (but may not be limited to) at the Annual Meeting of the Association:

  • Presentation of delegates' credentials
  • Call Meeting to Order
  • Roll call of delegates
  • Executive
    • Community Members
    • Appointment of Scrutineers
  • Adoption of Minutes from 2020 Annual General Meeting
  • President's address
  • Reports
  • Constitutional and by-law Amendments
  • Election of Executive Officers
  • New Business
  • Adjournment



  River East Minor Hockey Association - 2021 Annual General Meeting
May 17th, 2021

Regarding this months AGM, the minutes from last years AGM have been made available online for viewing:




  River East Minor Hockey 2020-21 Year End Reports
May 17th, 2021

The REMHA Executive have provided the following year end reports to recap the 2020-2021 hockey season:

 



COVID-19 and the REMHA Annual General Meeting
April 22nd, 2021

The 2021 Annual General Meeting has been set for North Kildonan C.C. on May 30th as previously advised however given the requirements of the Constitution and By Laws and the current protocols which may or may not be extended to that date we will need to be prepared to hold the meeting via Zoom.

  • Legal counsel has pointed out the meeting is to be held by June 1st. (Article 12)
  • The Executive has power of disposition over all matters arising from all situations not otherwise specified ( Article 11(d) )
  • The Articles & By Laws contain no specific direction whether the meeting must be held in person or to allow nominations off the floor.

As a result of the potential that COVID-19 restrictions will be extended, the process will look as follows:

  1. Directors Reports will be published on the web site by May 17, 2021. Any questions you may have should be directed to the appropriate officer.
  2. Election of officers, the positions & length of term as listed on the REMHA web site (www.remha.ca)
  3. A Constitutional amendment to add the position of a Communication Director will be voted on and the amendments as posted will apply on approval as will election of a candidate to the position.
  4. The Nominating Committee has a full slate of officer’s for the positions advertised as well as the new posting pending approval.
  5. Individual adult residents of REMHA wishing to allow their name to stand for a position posted will need to submit their name to the Secretary by May 24th, 2021 together with a short bio that would be circulated in the event of an election. In the event the meeting is held in person, no nominations from the floor will be accepted.

Going forward the following steps will be taken:

  1. Slate of individuals and the positions they have agreed to allow their name to stand will be posted on the REMHA web site by May 26th together with bio’s of those contesting a position where an election will be required.
  2. Instructions for registering attendance at a virtual meeting and to cast a ballot (if necessary) will be posted and circulated by May 28th.




Notice of Motions for REMHA 2021 Annual General Meeting
April 14th, 2021
  1. Motion by Garth Nolan to amend all required dates in the Constitution and By-Laws to reflect the current 2021 -22 season.

    Seconded: Rational: Housekeeping

  2. New By-Law #25 Communication Director

Duties of the new Communication Director

  1. Will be responsible for follow up with all Executive members to keep our social media platforms updated with the most current information on developments in their area of responsibility including but not limited to coaches lists, clinics, designated days for activities (e.g. AA Day, Female Hockey Day, etc) and posting successes or local interest activities of our REMHA teams.
  2. Will draft and post to website and social media any announcements that need to be communicated to the community.
  3. Work to make sure our website is functional and relevant.
  4. Will be the primary contact for drafting and ensuring our families are notified via mass email where issues relative to the entire Area are required.
  5. Will co-ordinate with Vice Presidents to assign C.C. volunteers for evaluations.
  6. Will exercise a vote as a member of the Executive Committee.

Moved By:
Seconded By:

Rational: Current updates are not always timely as often in the heat of the moment to achieve outcomes we may not be keeping our constituents informed. The policies and guidelines located on the web site contain the bulk of the information on team formation, evaluations, team guidelines etc. however is seldom accessed rather than just immediately sending off an email. Directing these enquiries through one person will allow for opportunities to educate while informing not only REMHA policy but Hockey Winnipeg rules also.

(Passage of the motion will require amendment to Articles 7 and 10 (even years) as well as renumbering By Laws 25 to 30 to read 26 to 31. Additionally, election of a Director to the position for a one-year term to coincide with even year elections will be added.)




  River East Minor Hockey Association - 2021 Annual General Meeting
March 23rd, 2021

All adult residents of the River East Minor Hockey Association have voting privileges and are invited to attend. Any resident that would like to allow their name to stand for election to a position on the board as below should contact the acting Past President Garth Nolan at 204-668-6386 or via e-mail as noted on the web site. Anyone willing to stand but unable to attend the meeting in person must provide an e-mail or letter to the Past President prior to May 30/2021.

Changes proposed to the Constitution and By Laws properly submitted will be considered for vote by the River East adult residents in attendance. Proposed changes must be submitted in writing to the Secretary of the Association at least 30 days prior to the meeting as stipulated in Articles 14 & 15.

Date: Sunday, May 30th, 2021
Location: North Kildonan Community Centre
Registration: 6:30 p.m.
Meeting: 7:00 p.m.

The positions open for election this year as set out in Article 10 are:

Position Term
Vice President AA 2 years
Vice President House League 2 years
Vice President A Female 2 years
Vice President AA Female 2 years
Ice Director 2 years
Referee In Chief 2 years
Equipment Director 2 years

A brief outline of the duties of the positions is available from the web site under Constitution and Bylaws.

Please be advised that the location of the meeting and the fact it is intended to be held in person may have to change dependent on the Covid 19 Protocols that may be in force at that time in which case we may in fact need to change to a zoom meeting. If that should become a necessity, we will advise on this web site the change and the means to access the meeting online.




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River East Minor Hockey
Annual General Meeting

Date: May 29th, 2022
Location: North Kildonan CC
Registration: 6:30 PM
Meeting: 7:00PM


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