Nepean Minor Hockey Association




We have finally reconciled our contracts with the City of Ottawa, and we will be commencing issuing refunds to the credit card you used to register.

The amounts are:
U18 (once a week) - $118
U7 - $224
All other divisions - $235

Please be advised that this is a manual process and will take us several weeks to complete. If you have not received your refund by June 1, please contact Janet Shouldice at

Please note:

  • We have been advised by our credit card supplier that purchases you made using a lost, compromised, or expired card will be refunded to your current card.
  • We will be notifying those members whose refund did not process to arrange for an alternative method of repayment.  If you think that a refund will not be processed to your card because the account was closed, please contact your credit card provider or bank.


  • For those families who received financial assistance, any refund amount will be converted into a credit for registration for the 2021-2022 season.
  • For those families who made payments and received financial assistance, you will be refunded the maximum of your payments (up to the maximum refund) and the balance converted into a registration credit for the 2021-2022 season.


NMHA Executive

News as of March 18,2021

Considering the announcement today returning Ottawa into the Red Zone, the Board of the NMHA has made the decision to cancel the remainder of the season, effective immediately. The feedback we have consistently received from our membership is there is little interest in a practice-only format with 9 players on the ice. Due to the uncertainty of how long these restrictions will last, limited ice allocated from the city, and given the time remaining in the season, we will not be reopening even if we are to return to Orange.

Refunds will be provided directly back to the credit card used to pay for registration.  We will need some time to determine the refund amount and we will send a communication once the refund has been determined and processed.

Anyone receiving financial support from programs such as Lace ‘em Up will be assigned a credit to their account to apply towards next season.
We hope to be able to return to our usual programming in September and look forward to welcoming you all back.
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this exceedingly difficult season.  We would also like to thank our volunteers who have had the exceedingly difficult task of adapting to all the uncertainty along the way.

Stay safe!

NMHA Executive

NMHA COMPETITIVE-Coaching Application – 2021-2022

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The Diablos Champions in Rochester

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Volunteer Hours For Students

From September 1st to the end of September. Please contact Gail Wistaff at

Student volunteers are needed for sign in registration desks for conditioning camps, power skating clinics, and goalie camps.

Times are listed here.

Major Atom AA Food/Toy Drive

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Gender Diversity Training Program

Based on a ruling by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, all team officials must now complete training modules on Gender Identity and Gender Expression.

The training is mandatory for all team officials. For team officials already assigned to a team, the training must be completed before October 1. For team officials appointed after October 1, they will have 30 days to complete both modules.

The E-modules are available at

There is no fee.

Coaches will receive 3 maintenance points for the completion of the training program.

Police Record Check (PRC) Form

Volunteering with the NMHA this year? All volunteers working directly with the players will need to have a Police Record Check completed. Police Record checks expire after 3 years so if you are unsure if you need to complete this again, please contact Karen Russell at

PRC application processing day is Saturday, October 5th, 2013 at the NMHA Office - Walter Baker Sports Centre in Barrhaven, 100 Malvern Drive, 2nd floor beside the elevator. Ottawa Police Services staff will be on hand to process your PRC application at that time. No pre-registration needed.

Please bring the completed form(s) along with 2 pieces of original identification (see list below) between the hours of 9:00 am and 1:00 pm to have your PRC application submitted.

The Ottawa Police Service has also requested that you bring a photocopy of your ID - it will speed up the process for all involved.

Accepted Photo Identification (one of your two pieces of identification must be from this list):

  • Driver’s License (if no Driver’s License is available, you must provide a recent utility bill to verify current Ottawa address)
  • Passport
  • Government Employment Card
  • Military Employment Card
  • Age of Majority Card
  • Canadian Citizenship Card (up-to-date)
  • Indian Status Card
  • International Student Identification Card (ISIC)
  • Permanent Resident Card
  • Possession and Acquisition License (PAL)

Accepted Non-Photo Identification (must provide both the name and date of birth)

  • Birth Certificate
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • Hunting License
  • Fishing License
  • Outdoors Card
  • Hospital Card
  • Immigration Papers

Police Record Check Form

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Speak Out Clinic (Respect in Sport)

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Major Bantam B Food Drive

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Minor Atom B White Team Golden in Kitchener

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Suspension Reporting

NMHA Officials Compliment/Complaint Form

NMHA New Officials Application Form 2018-2019

Affiliation Request

Respect in Sport - Parent Program

Gender Identity and Expression Course

Available Ice