Hockey Canada is the national governing body for hockey in Canada, working with its 13 member branches and local minor hockey associations to grow the game at all levels, including minor hockey and Canada's national teams.
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As a member of Hockey Canada, here are a few of the Programs members can access: Officiating Program Initiation Program Coaching Program Chevrolet Safe and Fun Program Hockey Canada Skills Program Uniform Rules, Regulations and Discipline Insurance Programs Hockey Canada Registry Appeals Process Inter-Branch and International Transfers
Members (commonly referred to as Branches or Member Branches) are duly constituted provincial, regional or territorial association/federations. Members are empowered to manage and foster amateur hockey within their geographic region and have the responsibility to represent their constituents.
Member branches are able to work with their administrators and stakeholders to incorporate these resources and tools into their short-term competitions or Yearly Training Plan (YTP) to develop their emerging high performance athletes, coaches and support staff. As such, you are required to have an active Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) number.
The Hockey Canada Associate Members include: Aboriginal Sport Circle, Canadian Deaf Ice Hockey Federation, International Ice Hockey Federation, Canadian Amputee Hockey Committee, Canadian Hockey League, National Hockey League, Canadian Armed Forces National Defence Headquarters, U Sports, National Hockey League Players' Association, Canadian Ball Hockey Association, Canadian Junior Hockey League, National Inline Hockey Association - Canada
As such, you are required to have an active Hockey Canada Registration (HCR) number. When you create an account, you credentials will be verified. Upon approval, you will receive an email confirming your access.
Find Your HCR# in Your Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) Account. Go to the Hockey Canada registry website. Enter your login credentials and click Log In - Connexion. Go to My Registration History. Click Print Receipt below your most recent registration. Click Open on the pop up that appears at the bottom of your screen.
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