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Registration is now open
Submitted By webmaster on Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Registration for the upcoming season is now open. Hockey Canada has launched a new e-registration system which means any previously used login / password you may have used in the old system will no longer work. ALL REGISTRANTS IN THIS SYSTEM WILL HAVE TO CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT by following the online instructions.

This new system will also sync your e-Hockey (coach) accounts as well as your player registration accounts. It is a one-stop shopping experience. New players (never played before) or adding another child (if you have other children already in the system) you must first go through the Respect in Sport Online Clinic.  For new players, one parent must complete the online course. For those adding a child, you must link the child to your existing account, you do not need to take the course again. Once you have logged into your Respect in Sport account and have taken the course or added the new player, an HCR profile for that player will be created and then you can proceed with registration. 

All new players, require a copy of the child's birth certificate be uploaded to their HCR profile. More details and links are available on the website on our registration page.

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