Please note the following information that was released by the Ontario Hockey Federation. The GTHL will be utilizing the October 1 implementation date. Team Officials who have not completed the on-line course by this date will not be eligible to continue participating until the on-line course has been completed.  The on-line course is free to take and in total takes approximately 1:45 minutes. This is a requirement for all Team Officials regardless of the age group or level of hockey (house league, select, “A”, “AA” or “AAA”) that the individual is working with.

OHF Launches Transgender Inclusiveness Training for Team Officials

CAMBRIDGE, ON – The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) along with the Hockey Northwestern Ontario (HNO) and Hockey Eastern Ontario (HEO) are pleased to announce the launch of a new training module for team officials, to support trans-inclusive hockey in Ontario, Understanding Discrimination based on Gender Identity and Gender Expression.

There are two modules which will educate team officials on this important topic. For team officials already assigned to a team, completion of these modules will be a required by October 1, 2017. For team officials named within a month of or afterOctober 1, they will have 30 days to complete both modules.

“The Ontario Hockey Federation is proud to be at the forefront of trans-inclusive sport and is glad to be working with Hockey Northwestern Ontario and Hockey Eastern Ontario through this process,” said Tony Foresi, OHF President.

This process started in 2013, when a complaint to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario was filed against Hockey Canada alleging discrimination in services based on gender identity.

The e-modules will be available to team officials through the following link:

The OHF has been in existence since 1989 and is comprised of seven Member Partners: the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario (Alliance), the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL), Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA), Ontario Hockey Association (OHA), the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA).

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For more information:

Phillip McKee

Ontario Hockey Federation

Executive Director


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Registration for the 2017-2018 season is now open

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The season begins Sat  Oct 14th, with the skills and arranging teams.  Regular season games begin Sat October 22  schedule of games will be posted end of september .  Learn to play begins Sat  Oct 14th.


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To: Alliance Hockey, GTHL, NOHA, OMHA
From: Phillip McKee - OHF Executive Director

Date: 7/13/2017

Re: Initiation Program Implementation
The Ontario Hockey Federation Board of Directors has been made aware some Minor Hockey Associations (MHAs) have not yet taken the appropriate steps to prepare for the mandatory introduction of cross-ice/half-ice for the Initiation Program (all hockey 6 years and under). This role-out is being mandated by Hockey Canada across all Branches.
The OHF and its Members are happy to act as support for MHAs still working toward the 2017-18 implementation. Please review the information provided on our website and contact either your Member or the OHF with any questions:
The Initiation Program, and cross-ice/half-ice hockey specifically, is designed to introduce players to the game in a fun, safe, and positive way by creating an environment more suited to their physical capabilities at six-years-old and younger. The differences in skill-development opportunities with cross-ice or half-ice hockey are significant: players receive five times more passes and take six times more shots. They’re called on to have to make more decisions more quickly, and are overall more engaged in the game.
If a MHA is not compliant with the mandatory introduction of cross-ice/half-ice hockey for Initiation Programs, all Teams from that MHA, regardless of the age group, will be prohibited from participating in tournaments and the MHA will not be provided sanctioning to host tournaments at any age group. This was approved by the OHF Board of Directors, on June 24, 2017.
The OHF and its Members believe this sanction will not be required, as there are many support options out there to help MHAs transition into successful implementation. Additional resources are also available at:

4th Annual Hillcrest Summits
Select Hockey Tournament

Friday January 27th to Sunday, January 29th 2017


Schedules are Available



This is an invitation for your team to apply for entry into our


 Teams will have a chance to participate in an outdoor game! 
(Weather Permitting)

No Gate Fee at the door

Game lengths- stop time per period: 10- 10–12

Team Tournament Fees: $1000.00

Hotel Information

For further information please contact: 
T: (416) 249-1188
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  All teams will be requested to submit an approved  Team Roster and Travel Permit for the tournament by January 15. Team Managers are asked to register their team 45 minutes prior to the start of their first tournament game. There is an office at each venue for registration. Teams must be ready to play at least 15 minutes before their scheduled game.   Games are played at Cummer Park, Oriole, York Mills and Wilmington arenas in North York.
  Please make cheques payable to Hillcrest Village Minor Hockey (HVMHA) .  The full amount must accompany the application. No refunds after a team has been accepted into the tournament (No exceptions ). Teams will be notified via email of acceptance once the full amount has been received.





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