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  Hockey Winnipeg Communication
February 12th, 2021

With the changes to the Manitoba Public Health orders coming into effect today, this will allow for organized practices and exhibition games to be played on outdoor hockey rinks and one-on-one training to occur on indoor hockey rinks. As such, Hockey Manitoba has released a new version of their Return To Play Plan (RTP). This RTP document can be viewed by following this link: RTP Version 5. It is crucial to the success of any team wishing to participate in organized activities to read this document and implement the guidelines therein.

In addition to reviewing and adhering to the new RTP Document, Hockey Winnipeg’s regulations on Game Postponements and Rescheduling (Hockey Winnipeg Website, Resources Tab, Rule Book, Page 61) must be considered regarding the outside temperature. These temperature guidelines apply to both exhibition games and practices. Teams who wish to engage in an exhibition game must complete the appropriate form on the Hockey Winnipeg Website (Forms Tab, Exhibition Game Form) and they must ensure that proper regulations are followed such as the use of certified officials only, the use of a Hockey Winnipeg gamesheet and that the rink is suitable for play. A suitable rink is one that is lined, has working player benches, suitable nets and has no gaps in the boards/gates/fences.

Regards,
Ian McArton, Executive Director - Hockey Winnipeg




  HOCKEY WINNIPEG DIRECTIVE
January 30th, 2021

Effective January 30, 2021 the Board of Directors and Executive Members of Hockey Winnipeg have made the difficult decision to cancel the remainder of the 2020/2021 Regular Hockey Season and Playoffs. This directive excludes those teams that participate in provincially run leagues.

It has always been the hope of Hockey Winnipeg to return to scheduled league play, however the current restrictions, timelines and ice availability does not make that feasible. This decision is not closing the door on hockey this year, just Hockey Winnipeg regular season and playoff games. This will allow for Area Associations within Hockey Winnipeg to provide local programming for the balance of the season as public health restrictions may allow.

Hockey Winnipeg and our Area Associations will be working to provide fair refunds to our members over the next few months. The refunds will be pro-rated based upon the amount of activity that has taken place and what activity can be offered at the local level once restrictions allow. Some fees are not recoverable (such as tryout fees where tryouts have taken place, player insurance, etc.) and those fees will not be refunded. Should refunds be provided, they will be distributed to members by the end date of a typical hockey season which is April 30th, 2021.

The Board of Directors and Executive Members of Hockey Winnipeg did not take this decision lightly and it is with heavy hearts and after lengthy discussion that we share this directive. We would like to thank our members for being patient throughout this trying season and we regret the premature end of the 2020/2021 hockey season. We plan to support our Area Associations as much as possible with locally run programming.

Chris Hall, President - Hockey Winnipeg
Ian McArton, Executive Director - Hockey Winnipeg




  HOCKEY WINNIPEG COMMUNICATION – JANUARY 14, 2021
January 14th, 2021

In accordance with the extension to January 22nd, 2021 of the Public Heath Orders that have paused Minor Hockey since October 31st, 2020, Hockey Winnipeg would like to update the community and our members with our current position.

At this point in time, Hockey Winnipeg and it’s ten Minor Hockey Associations are committed to providing our members with organized minor hockey programming at such time as the public health orders will permit. Once the public health orders allow group sports to resume and indoor sports facilities to re-open, Hockey Winnipeg will assess the existing restrictions and implement appropriate programming through our Area Associations. Our priority is to engage the youth in our community in safe, fun and beneficial activities. We are not willing to abandon minor hockey programs for our membership this year.

The question has been raised in the community about refunding registration and team fees. It is still the hope of Hockey Winnipeg to put those fees to good use for programming this season. We are not able to issue refunds at this point in time, but the Executive of Hockey Winnipeg is committed to providing fair refunds to our members once we are able to determine exactly what can be done in terms of our program length and content.

Hockey Winnipeg would like to encourage all of our members to continue to practice the fundamentals of safety during this pandemic and we would like to remind everyone to put the safety of your community first over the coming weeks. We will get though this and get back to the sport we love soon.

Ian McArton
Hockey Winnipeg




  Hockey Update - 2021
January 12th, 2021

Happy New Year!

I hope that everyone had a nice holiday and is keeping well. We have had several questions over the last while about the possibility of an upcoming season and refunds if the season doesn’t take place. I would like to provide the following update.

We had a Hockey Winnipeg meeting on January 9th after the Covid restriction extension was announced. While the associations are committed to a possible season, we can not do anything until some of the restrictions are lifted and we are approved to do so. The new restrictions have been extended to January 22nd. We hope to know by the 22nd or shortly after what the possibility of a season will look like.

We have had several inquiries about refunds and our executive is looking at possible scenarios. We must determine which expenses from Hockey Canada, Hockey Manitoba and Hockey Winnipeg will be recoverable if we do not have a season. An example of an expense that would not be recoverable would be the insurance cost applied to every registered player. This cost must be paid whether a player attends one tryout, or plays an entire season. Another expense is paying for the tryouts administered by REMHA. Once other expenses are tabulated and we know if we will be having any kind of a season, we will have a better idea of a possible refund. We ask for patience while these details are worked out.

We will update you within the next two weeks as we learn more about the situation.

Sincerely,

Jarred Dolyniuk
REMHA President




  HOCKEY WINNIPEG DIRECTIVE
December 15th, 2020

Hockey Winnipeg and its member Minor Hockey Associations are committed to providing quality hockey programs in 2021, in a manner that is safe and responsible. Hockey Winnipeg is currently planning a number of different approaches to hockey in 2021 with the goal of implementation under various levels of restrictions that may be in place from the Manitoba Provincial Government. Once hockey receives approval to re-enter return to play and Hockey Winnipeg receives approval from our governing bodies – Hockey Manitoba and Sport Manitoba – we will return to the ice as soon as is reasonably possible. While we do not know what the next few weeks hold, it is our intention to begin this program implementation as soon as possible following the lifting of restrictions.

Hockey Winnipeg would like to remind our members that the health and safety of our entire community is of the greatest importance at this time. By complying with the current restrictions we can all play a part in the return of hockey and many other valuable activities. Over the next few weeks outdoor hockey rinks and frozen lakes will be available for use. We encourage everyone to be physically active but must remind our members that organized team activities on these surfaces are strictly prohibited by public health orders. Any violation of the Public Health Act and specifically Order #12 (or any other relevant orders) will not only result in enforcement from the Province of Manitoba but Hockey Winnipeg may take additional disciplinary action as well.

Hockey Winnipeg would like to wish all of our members a Merry Christmas, a safe holiday season and a Happy New Year. We look forward to dropping the puck in 2021!

Ian McArton
Executive Director, Hockey Winnipeg




  OCTOBER 30, 2020 – UPDATE FROM HOCKEY WINNIPEG
October 31st, 2020

There has been an update from the Government of Manitoba. It reads:

The Winnipeg Metropolitan region will move to the Critical level (red) on the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System effective Monday, November 2nd. The following measures will be put in place:

Sports and Recreation Activities

  • All recreational facilities, group sports, arcades, bowling, etc. Suspended.
  • All indoor and outdoor sports facilities closed.

Hockey Winnipeg is implementing the following directives:

  • Effective Saturday, October 31st ALL Hockey Winnipeg sanctioned activities must cease and are postponed until further notice ,
  • This is including but not limited to: practices, development sessions, games, exhibition games, dryland workouts and team functions.
  • Hockey Winnipeg teams are NOT permitted to travel outside the city to participate in any hockey activities.
  • These directives apply to all levels of play within Hockey Winnipeg including U18 AAA.
  • A number of facilities are already closed in Winnipeg. Before going to the rink tonight please check to see if your facility is still open.

Hockey Winnipeg would like to encourage our members to follow the Provincial guidelines, the sooner we can stop the spread of Covid-19 the sooner we can get back to the rink.

When more information becomes available regarding a return to sanctioned activity it will be shared at that time.

Regards,

Ian McArton
Executive Director, Hockey Winnipeg




  River East Minor Hockey Association Community
October 30th, 2020

In accordance with the public health order issued today, REMHA will be pausing all hockey related activities beginning Monday November 2nd. This includes all games, practices, dry land sessions and all off ice team gatherings. We will notify you of any changes and updates as we find out about them.

I would like to thank the community for your support and understanding over the past couple of months and continued support in the future as we navigate through Covid-19.

Best regards,

Jarred Dolyniuk
President - REMHA




  Hockey Manitoba Statement on Return to Play
August 20th, 2020

The Province of Manitoba has approved Phase 2 of Hockey Manitoba’s Return to Play (RTP) Plan – Version 1 for the 2020 – 2021 season. The approval of Phase 2 will allow sanctioned programs to safely resume, following the protocols set by Hockey Manitoba beginning September 1, 2020.

We continue to work closely with Hockey Canada, Sport Manitoba, and the Province of Manitoba with the anticipation that Phase 3 will be approved in the near future.

For updates on Hockey Manitoba's Return to Hockey plan, please visit Hockey Manitoba's Return To Play.

If you have any questions pertaining to Hockey Manitoba's Return to Play plan please email: info@hockeymanitoba.ca.




  2020-2021 Registration Information
August 4th, 2020

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

Registration will be open between August 13th and September 4th.

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.




  REMHA 4x4 Preparation for AA Camps are back!
August 23rd, 2020

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, 2020
Location: Gateway Recreation Centre

  Marauders Predators
Divisions U13 & U15 U13 & U15
Hours 4 4
Fees $132.00 $132.00

Registration forms are available here

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

Please note:  The Predators and Marauders U13 & U15 camps are now full, registrations are no longer being accepted.

Thank you for your support!




  REMHA Seeking Marauders AA Coaches for 2020/2021 Season
June 15th, 2020

The River East Marauders AA hockey organization is currently looking for a coach for the upcoming 2020/21 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

 



Hockey Manitoba Statement on Return to Play
June 15th, 2020

On June 4, 2020, Hockey Manitoba circulated Hockey Canada's statement on a Return to Hockey in Canada which indicated that there are currently no Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities being conducted and that Hockey Canada is working with its 13 branches across the country on their return-to-hockey plans.  This will allow each branch the opportunity to work with authorities in their respective regions to determine when it is safe to return to the ice in areas that fall under their jurisdiction.

Hockey Manitoba would like to clarify for its members that all hockey camps, skills sessions, recreational leagues or friendly pick-up games that are currently operating in the province are not sanctioned by Hockey Manitoba.  The reopening of arenas in Manitoba begun as of June 1, 2020 as facilities were able to open along with Phase 2 (https://manitoba.ca/asset_library/en/proactive/2020_2021/restoring-safe-services-phase-2.pdf) of the Manitoba Restoring Safe Services plan.

All hockey camps, skills sessions, recreational leagues or friendly pick-up games that are currently operating out of arenas in Manitoba must adhere to the health and safety protocols that have been established by those specific facilities as well as adhering to all current health and safety standards in Manitoba.

Hockey Manitoba is currently working with Hockey Canada, Sport Manitoba and Provincial Sport Organizations in Manitoba to develop a Return to Hockey Plan which we are planning to submit to the province in the coming weeks.  The plan will include comprehensive safety guidelines and requirements, along with a phased-in approach for returning to play.

Once Hockey Manitoba's Return to Hockey plan is approved by the province, our members may resume on-ice, sanctioned activities – subject to compliance with current health and safety standards in Manitoba.

Members can utilize the province’s Risk Assessment and Mitigation Tool (https://www.gov.mb.ca/asset_library/en/coronavirus/activities-guidelines.pdf) along with Hockey Canada guidance.

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

If you have any questions pertaining to Hockey Manitoba's Return to Play plan or Hockey Canada's announcement last week please email: info@hockeymanitoba.ca.

Below are links to Hockey Canada's Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines document and FAQ in support of last week's Return to Hockey statement.

Hockey Canada Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines
Hockey Canada Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines FAQ

Please note: Hockey Manitoba's office remains closed to the public.  All Hockey Manitoba staff can be reached via email. Click here for the Hockey Manitoba staff directory.

 



  REMHA 2020 Annual General Meeting Results
June 2nd, 2020

REMHA would like to thank those who allowed their name to stand for a position on the board and also thank the residents who participated in the voting process. REMHA had 299 registered voters submit their votes. Four items were presented for voting – adoption of minutes (passed), change in the Constitution regarding female hockey representation (passed) and election of the President and Development Director positions.

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

Position Elected Official
President Jarred Dolyniuk
V.P. Direct Entry Kevin Hill
V.P. East League Paul Dyrland
V.P. AA Cory Cockriell
 V.P. Female A Julie Van Leeuwen
V.P. Female AA Debb Nicol
Development Nolan Shortridge
Secretary Cheryl Morrow

We would also like to take the opportunity to thank those individuals leaving the Board for their contributions to our community.

Sincerely,

Cheryl Morrow and Garth Nolan

 



  River East Minor Hockey 2019-20 Year End Reports
May 22nd, 2020

The REMHA Executive have provided the following year end reports to recap the 2019-2020 hockey season:

 



  REMHA 2020 Annual General Meeting - Notice to Voters
May 25th, 2020

Voting is open to all adult members of the River East Minor Hockey commencing May 25th and concluding May 31st by email vote to the secretary Cheryl Morrow at cimckillop@shaw.ca and Garth Nolan at gmnolan@shaw.ca - please ensure your email is sent to both individuals who will scrutinize voting list and count.

Three items will be voted on:

  1. Acceptance of the minutes of the 2019 AGM – motioned by Cheryl Morrow & seconded by Garth Nolan. (see reports on web site)
  2. Constitution Change – Female Hockey as outlined on the REMHA web site home page resulting in an A hockey and AA hockey director – moved by Carrie Schimnowski and seconded by Garth Nolan.
  3. Election of officers in challenged positions:
  • President - Jarred Dolyniuk and Tom Maines
  • Development Director – Shane Fox and Nolan Shortridge

 View resumes for all for all 4 candidates below:

Residents please submit your vote to the individuals noted above under the subject line “REMHA 2020 AGM “, and record: #1 Approval of Minutes – yes, no, abstain #2 Constitution Change – yes, no, abstain #3 President – submit preferred candidate name #4 Development Director – submit preferred candidate name

Please record your name, residence address, postal code & phone number to ease scrutiny of voting eligibility. Non contested positions are as recorded in the last notice posted on the web site at www.remha.ca.

Voting closes May 31, 2020, no exceptions.

Please note: Voting is confidential,  no one but Garth Nolan and Cheryl Morrow will view and tally votes sent in by email.

Thank you for taking the time to participate.

 



  REMHA 2019 AGM Meeting Minutes
May 25th, 2020

The REMHA Executive have provided the following meeting minutes from the 2019 Annual General Meeting.

 



  Reminder Notice of Nominations For REMHA Annual General Meeting
May 16th, 2020

We are pleased to announce the response from the area has resulted in at least one candidate for each position up for election this year. Nominations are still open to May 24th as we had previously advised and we encourage all that are disposed to contribute to the operation of the Association to submit your names & a brief bio to the Secretary by that deadline.

To date candidates identified by position are:

  • President – Tom Maines
  • V.P. A Direct Entry – Kevin Hill
  • V.P. A East League – Paul Dyrland
  • V.P. AA – Cory Cockriell
  • V.P. Female A – Julie Van Leeuwen
  • V.P. Female AA – Debb Nicol
  • Development Director – Shane Fox and Nolan Shortridge
  • Secretary – Cheryl Morrow

On May 25th we will send out a finalized listing and instructions for voting. The vote will include voting for the Constitutional change as previously advised for Female Hockey and voting on any positions being contested by two or more candidates. Brief bios have been requested from the candidates & will be included with voting instructions for contested positions.

Thank you,
Nominating Committee




  COVID-19 and the REMHA 2020 Annual General Meeting
May 10th, 2020

Notice to all residents of River East Minor Hockey Association

With the restriction on gatherings we cancelled the in person AGM and referred the matter to legal counsel for direction. Planning of tryouts & budgets are largely completed in June each year & Counsel has reviewed & advises:

  1. Article 12 stipulates the meeting must be held by June 1st.
  2. Article 11 (d) provides the Executive has power over the disposition of all matters arising from all situations not otherwise specifically provided for.

The Articles & By Laws contain no specific direction whether meetings must be in person or to allow nominations off the floor. Articles 11 & 29 applies for voting to be conducted via e-mail as allowed by Hockey Manitoba.

As a result the Association will proceed as follows for the purpose of the 2020 AGM:

  1. Directors Reports will be published on the web site by May 20. Any questions should be directed to the applicable officer.
  2. Election of officers, the positions & length of term are listed on the REMHA web site at www.remha.ca under the Notice dated April 27th.
  3. The sole Constitutional item requiring a vote as part of the AGM is the addition of a Female Hockey V.P. splitting the duties of the A & AA categories. The Notice & rational for this move is noted on the web site & is supported by the Executive.
  4. The Nominating Committee has a full slate of officers with the exception of the position of President & in two cases, V.P. Direct Entry & Development Director has two candidates. We are requesting a short bio from all that we can post by the date for the elections.
  5. Individual adult residents of REMHA wishing to allow their name to stand for a position will need to submit their name to the Secretary by May 24th together with a short bio to be included in the slate of potential officers.

The way forward will look like this:

  1. May 11 – Notice e-mailed to all current membership & executive and also posted on the REMHA web site for area residents that have interest.
  2. Nominations for running for a position must be submitted to the Secretary Cheryl Morrow  by May 24th. The person nominated must indicate their acceptance via email of the nomination to be included.
  3. May25 – Notice requesting a vote on the Constitutional item and a listing of the slate of officers requiring voting by the public will be circulated by email & notice posted on the REMHA web site. Those positions filled by acclamation will also be included. Deadline to submit your vote will be May 31st.



  River East Minor Hockey Association - 2020 Annual General Meeting
April 27th, 2020

Your hockey association would like to draw your attention to the fact that during the 2020 Annual General Meeting and Elections a large number of the executive positions will be open for election, most notably the positions of President, and ALL vice president positions. In two instances current V.P.’s have indicated they will not be returning to fill the second year of their term.

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
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
President 2 years
Vice President A Direct Entry 2 years
Vice President A East League 2 years
Vice President Female Hockey 1 year
Vice President AA 1 year
Development Director 2 years
Secretary 2 years

Be part of the solution by putting your name forth for any position of interest as the hockey program does not operate without committed volunteers. A brief outline of the duties of the positions is available from the web site under Constitution & By Laws and feel free to contact the Past President or other officers to discuss potential candidacy. Contact information is on the web site.

The Constitution and By Laws etc. of the Association are available here.




  Notice of Motion for REMHA 2020 Annual General Meeting
April 20th, 2020

Motion #1 – to amend the position & duties for the female hockey program as set out below:

By Law No. 16 Current Wording:

Duties of the Vice President “Female“ Hockey

a) Will be responsible for:

  1. Co-ordinating female hockey within the REMHA area.
  2. Will participate in the selection of coaches for female hockey team(s).
  3. Approval of fund raising for REMHA female hockey team(s).
  4. Co-ordinate registration of North East AA and A teams together with the Lord Selkirk female hockey representative and the River East Registration Director.
b) Will arrange tryouts for REMHA female hockey team(s).
c) Will be representative for the REMHA to Hockey Winnipeg on the female hockey matters.
d) Will exercise a vote as a member of the Executive Committee.

By Law No. 16 Proposed Wording Duties of the Vice President “Female A” Hockey:

a) Will be responsible for:

  1. Co-ordinating female A hockey within the REMHA area.
  2. Will participate in the selection of coaches for female A hockey team(s).
  3. Approval of fund raising for REMHA female A hockey team(s).
  4. Co-ordinate registration of North East A teams together with the Lord Selkirk female A hockey representative and the River East Registration Director.

b) Will arrange tryouts for REMHA female A hockey team(s).
c) Will be representative for REMHA to Hockey Winnipeg on female A hockey matters.
d) Will exercise a vote as a member of the Executive Committee.

By Law No. 17 NEW

Duties of the Vice President Female “AA” Hockey

Same as above in proposed #16 except that AA will replace A in all items in a)b)c)d)e).

Rational

As per By Law #3, female hockey teams represent a partnership between Lord Selkirk Minor Hockey Association and River East Minor Hockey Association under the banner North East Female Hockey and teams are designated “Eagles” at A hockey and “Predators” at AA. To align with LSMHA it is proposed two individuals on the board to represent female hockey. One position would be responsible for all A level programming, Novice – U 17, and the second position would be responsible for the AA programming Peewee, Bantam, and U17.

Rational is based on the following:

  • We are combined with another association and in order for us to continue to develop and grow the program we need more people who have a vested interest in the female hockey program.
  • The community has asked over the years for more development for female players and coaches. We need to have more dedicated time to invest in this as directors of the program and this is not possible for one person.
  • During the tryout process it is extremely important for the Female V.P. to support and help manage the centralized AA tryouts at the U17 level. This is not possible in the current set up as the female VP is dealing with team formation etc. for all the A level teams.
  • The female VP is also responsible for all jersey distribution, emails, coach interviews and team formations. This is not reasonable for a volunteer who is also most likely working full time.
  • Splitting the position would allow us to develop more programming opportunities with Hockey Winnipeg e.g. Novice Timbits, Novice Jamboree.
Submitted by Carrie Schimnowski

Passage will result in the following housekeeping:

  • By Law No. 17 current by laws #17 to #29 are renumbered to be #18 to #30.
  • Article 10 , paragraph 3 will be amended to reflect the two V.P. female positions.



  River East Minor Hockey Association - 2020 Annual General Meeting
April 27th, 2020

To members of River East Minor Hockey Association Inc.

As part of our priority to protect the health and safety of the public and our membership in light of the COVID-19 situation, the Annual General Meeting scheduled for May 24, 2020, at NK Community Centre will be postponed to a later date.

The new date for the Annual General Meeting will be announced when circumstances allow, and a Notice will be posted to social media, and e-mailed to those members with e-mail access.

Dated at the City of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, this 27th day of April, 2020.

On behalf of the Board

River East Minor Hockey Association Inc.




  River East Minor Hockey Association - Notice of Special Meeting
April 18th, 2020

The Notice of Amendments to Article 10 & 11 referenced below were passed unanimously.




  River East Minor Hockey Association - Notice of Special Meeting
April 12th, 2020

Due to the Covid 19 River East Minor Hockey Association will be holding a special meeting on April 15, 2020 from at 7:00 to 9:00 pm. 

The vote is to amend Constitution & By-Laws to represent the realignment of the Board & prepare for the Annual General Meeting to be held in May 2020.  Please note the proposed changes to articles 10 and 11 below.

Voting will be conducted via email.  Voting will commence on Monday, April 13th and end at 9:00 PM on Wednesday, April 15th.  Please cast your votes by submitting an email to the REMHA Secretary, Cheryl Mckillop.

If you have any questions regarding this notice and the intended special meeting, please call 204-667-0920.

Article 10

Current Article 10 paragraph 2:  The position of President, Vice President “A” Direct Entry, Vice President “A” East League, Registration Director, Development Director, and Secretary, will be for two (2) year terms elected in even years.

Proposed Article 10 paragraph 2:  The position of President, Vice President “A” Direct Entry, Vice President “A” East League, Development Director, and Secretary, will be for two (2) year terms elected in even years.

Rationale:  With technology comes the need to match skill sets especially when it comes to positions responsible for the collection & payments of funds for the Association. With revenues and expenses nearing the 7 figure level it is prudent to appoint positions of the Treasurer & Registrar.

Article 11

Current Article 11 (f):  The appointment of a Treasurer subject to approval of the voting members.

Proposed Article 11 (f):  The appointment of a Registrar and Treasurer subject to the approval of the voting members.

Rationale:  Housekeeping in line with change to Article 10 paragraph 2.

Dated at the City of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, this 13th day of April, 2020 on behalf of the Board River East Minor Hockey Association Inc.

Respectfully,
Bruno Zarrillo, President REMHA




  Notice of Special Meeting of the River East Minor Hockey Association
March 15th, 2020

River East Minor Hockey Association will be holding a special meeting on April 15, 2020 at 7:00 pm, Gateway Community Club to amend Constitution & By-Laws to represent the realignment of the Board & prepare for the Annual General Meeting to be held in May 2020.

Article 10

Current Article 10 paragraph 2:

The position of President, Vice President “A” Direct Entry, Vice President “A” East League, Registration Director, Development Director, and Secretary, will be for two (2) year terms elected in even years.

Proposed Article 10 paragraph 2:

The position of President, Vice President “A” Direct Entry, Vice President “A” East League, Development Director, and Secretary, will be for two (2) year terms elected in even years.

Rationale:

With technology comes the need to match skill sets especially when it comes to positions responsible for the collection & payments of funds for the Association. With revenues and expenses nearing the 7 figure level it is prudent to appoint positions of the Treasurer & Registrar.

Article 11

Current Article 11 (f):

The appointment of a Treasurer subject to approval of the voting members.

Proposed Article 11 (f):

The appointment of a Registrar and Treasurer subject to the approval of the voting members.

Rationale:

Housekeeping in line with change to Article 10 paragraph 2.




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River East Minor Hockey
Annual General Meeting

Date: May 30th, 2021
Location: North Kildonan CC
Registration: 6:30 PM
Meeting: 7:00PM


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