TAAA 2020/21 Registration is now open, News (Thorold Amateur Athletic Association)

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TAAA 2020/21 Registration is now open
Submitted By Social Media on Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Registration is now permitted in accordance with the OMHA Return to Play - OHF Stage 3B programming and Public Health Guidelines:

-Players must be registered for the 2020-21 season in order to be eligible and covered by Hockey Canada insurance. 
-Players may participate with their Home Association or the Association with which they were registered for the 2019-20 season.
-Players registering for the very first time will register with the Association identified as their residential (home) Association.
-Associations may now begin to collect registration fees for programming associated with Stage 3.

PLEASE NOTE:
-Registration is not finalized until full payment is received.
-Due to the maximum number of players per division, players may be placed on a wait list on a first registered basis.

Volunteer Bond

There will be no volunteer bond this year

Registration Process

Step 1

  • You must be a current resident of Thorold or a returning player from last year.

Step 2

Register on line with Hockey Canada   https://registration.hockeycanada.ca/registration/?ID=5305

    -If you have forgotten your information from last year and are unable to register. Please contact [email protected]

  •  Please complete all sections of questionnaire, including Rowans law 

Step 3

Registration Payment Options- 

- On line with Hockey Canada Credit Card or e-transfer to  [email protected]

Step 4

Complete the RESPECT IN SPORTS PARENT PROGRAMS if you are new to the organization

    “This is mandatory prior to stepping on the ice”


Refunds

A refund policy is currently being reviewed for this season that is intended to cover any interruptions or closures due to COVID-19.


Financial Assistance 

You can still register your participant through online registration, requests for alternative payment can be addressed to [email protected]



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