Aboriginal Team Ontario NAHC Tryouts – Nov 17, 2018

Tryouts to represent Aboriginal Team Ontario at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC) for males and females born between 2001 – 2004  will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2018, at Fort Williams First Nation Arena in Thunder Bay, ON

 

 

Details:

Date: November 17, 2018
Arena:

Fort Williams First Nation Arena
200 Mission Road,  Thunder Bay, ON 

Time:

3:00pm – 7:00pm 
Females skate from 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Males skate from 3:00pm – 5:00pm 

Cost:

$40.00 – Payable on-site.
Registration: Complete the pre-registration form below, then be prepared to complete a Parental Consent Form and Liability Waiver at the arena on the day of tryouts.
   
   
   




First and Last Name (required)

Male or Female(required)

Birthdate (dd/mm/yyyy) (required)

Height

Weight

Right or Left (required)

Position (required)

Current Team

Home Community

Parent Email

 

For more information about registration or general inquiries for Aboriginal Team Ontario, please contact Keir Johnston at keir.johnston@aswco.ca or Wesley Marsden at wesley.marsden@aswco.ca.

 

 

 

NAHC

The Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC) established the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC) in 2002 to serve as the premiere competition for young Aboriginal hockey players in Canada. It provides a forum for elite Bantam/Midget aged Aboriginal male and female youth and attracts participation from First Nations, Inuit, and Metis across thirteen provinces and territories. This annual event helps foster cultural unity and pride to celebrate the athletic abilities of Aboriginal athletes from across the country. 

All competitors in the NAHC must be of Aboriginal ancestry, those who do not own an Indian Status Card, an Inuit Identification Card, or a Provincial Métis Card – must complete the Declaration and Ancestral Chart that will provide a detailed and verifiable account of your ancestry. Click here for the Declaration and Ancestral Chart. 

 

 

The 2019 NAHC will be held May 6-14, 2019 at the Canada Games Centre and Takhini Arena in Whitehorse, Yukon.