HEO Minor News
HEO Minor News
|Ottawa District Hockey Association (ODHA)|
|Ottawa District Minor Hockey Association (ODMHA)|
The ODHA/ODMHA continues to promote and foster the sport of hockey through fair play and development based on age, skill level and competitiveness. This applies to both body checking and non body checking programs at the House League level. Member Minor Hockey Associations have the right to decide on the type of program they wish to offer taking into account the goals of improved skill development, safety and enjoyment, and the number of participants available to field a particular program. To this end, most Minor Hockey Associations provide non body checking programs while others may offer body checking on a limited basis at the House League level. The ODHA/ODMHA will continue to monitor these programs in order to ensure the expectations of its members and the goals of the Association are being fulfilled.
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The Nepean Minor Hockey Association is soliciting proposals for a Technical Director for the Nepean Minor Hockey Association Competitive Program. This position is offered with a base salary and performance bonuses as stipulated in the statement of work. The amount of the base salary will be negotiated when the successful candidate is chosen. A copy of the Statement of Work can be found on the Nepean website by following the link below.
Any questions regarding the statement of Work should be directed to Greg Clarke, Competitive Chair at 613-226-7953 or by email at email@example.com.
The 2009 IIHF World Junior Championship Legacy Fund (the Legacy Fund) was established from proceeds from the World Junior Championship that was held in Ottawa in the winter of 2008/2009. Monies allocated to the Legacy Fund are designated for use in the promotion of amateur hockey within the Ottawa District Hockey Association.
• Applications shall be submitted on the Legacy Fund “Application Form”, completed in full with supporting documentation, and dated and signed by the applicants.
• Applications for the year submitted shall be received no later than December 31, 2010.
• Completed applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Applicants may be required to meet with the Board of Directors to present their application for funding or for clarification of facts related to the application.
Check out the Link below for Criteria information and the Applications forms.
Timekeeper Clinic: Final AA-A Timekeeper clinic for the 2010-2011 season
Date: Thursday the 18th of November 2011
Time: Registration 6:30 pm
COST: $15:00 cash at the door
Location: Address 1247 Kilborn Place , Suite D 300 Ottawa , Ontario - K1H 6K9