OFFICE HOURS: Monday 4pm – 8pm; Tuesday through Friday 10:30am – 4:30pm
(office may close early due to outside duties)
Summer Office Closure – July 15 – Aug. 1, re-opening Aug. 2 10:30am
Please note that ALL personnel wanting to work with the players this season MUST have their Criminal Record Check at the office prior to season start or provide proof of application to the office.
Competitive Staff = Aug. 22, Recreational = Sept. 5!
Online Link: https://justice.gov.bc.ca/eCRC/
Access Code: SVKAHDBTQT
If you have been fingerprinted in the past, please just go down to the RCMP office, with 2 pieces of ID, and have them complete it there.
ALSO, you must complete the Concussion Awareness Training (CATT), prior to season start!
This includes Managers, Safety, Dean Moms, and all coaching staff.
Notice from NMHA Competitive Director:
Due to the amount of emails and phone calls I feel it is important that parents understand, NMHA is not affiliated with the SD68 Hockey Academy, however, we fully support the program.
If you require more information regarding the Hockey Academy please contact SD68 directly, they will be able to answer any of your questions.
ON another note, NMHA Competitive Team tryouts will be continuing as per NMHA Policy and Procedures Manual.
Thanks and have a great summer,
Competitive Director 2016-17
My name is Nicole Waugh, I’m the new managing female director for Nanaimo Minor Hockey Association. I’m writing to invite your girls to our upcoming ESSO day for females ages 5 – 17 yrs old. We are looking to recruit new girls to our hockey family.
The ESSO day will be August 7, 2016 from 12-430 at the NIC. The day will consist of both on and off ice activities and a parent information session. This day will be run by certified coaches and on ice helpers from our existing female teams. No hockey experience necessary!!!!! We can help get equipment for this one day event for those who don’t have it. This event is free of charge.
Our current female teams are competitive, skilled and have a lot of fun playing and travelling with their friends on their team
Lastly, I’m requesting that you help promote female hockey in Nanaimo as we want to promote, develop and GROW our female division. If you are interested, know a friend that’s interested or have a sister that’s interested in hockey this is your chance to check it out without commitment. We are always looking for new female players and we have experienced a dwindling in numbers over the last few years. Nanaimo hockey needs female team options we do not want to see female hockey disappear……
I’m here to answer any questions you may have. In order to register I will need player and parent name, best phone number for contact, address, email, date of birth and any health conditions.
I thank you in advance for your support and look forward to seeing the girls out August 7 at our community ESSO DAY!
Female Managing Director