True North Hockey Canada •
This is not a payment form.
By submitting this form, you will be eligible to play
on any True North team.
RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY PRACTICE
True North Hockey Canada does not schedule games on statutory
holidays as recognized by the Government of Canada or the Province of Ontario. Games
that fall on religious holidays that occur on dates other than recognized statutory
holidays will not be re-scheduled by True North Hockey Canada. It is up to the individuals
that are affected by this policy to choose between playing hockey or observing their
religious practices. True North Hockey Canada can not and will not reschedule games
for teams or individuals wishing to observe their religious holidays.
True North Hockey Canada Visor Rule
Purpose – To ensure player safety and cut down on the number of eye/orbital injuries in True North Hockey Canada
True North Hockey Canada has instituted a mandatory facial protection policy for all players. Any player not wearing a minimum of a half visor or cage will be asked to leave the ice surface immediately and will not be permitted to return until they have the proper facial protection in place. The visor/cage must be fastened securely to the helmet as per CSA Approved Regulations with all straps firmly attached as per manufacturer’s design. If a player loses their visor/cage during the course of play, the official will immediately stop the play and allow the player to safely return to the bench to re-attach or replace the cage/visor before they are permitted to return to the game.