We will be using the Team Snap registration platform once again! If you registered last season, you should not have to remember your Hockey ID# to register but go into your team snap account and start registering. If it asks for your Hockey ID#, log into your RIS-Parent Module and it can be found here. Ensure that it has not expired as you will not get registered to a team until it has been completed.
Hockey Canada has mandated some new information they require which you will notice when you complete your registration information i.e. Birth Country, Years residing at current location, etc.
Rebate programs are available for families that have 3 or more players. Please click here for the rebate application form. This rebate will be reimbursed to families once the hockey program starts.
Click here to go to the Financial Assistance links
IF YOU ARE FROM OUTSIDE OF THE CAMROSE ASSOCIATION - You must complete the Player Movement Form and submit to the coordinator. Once your home association has approved the transfer electronically, you will be contacted by the coordinator to complete the team snap registration.
A few things that you will need to register your child
1) Your children’s Hockey Canada Hockey ID #
2) A TeamSnap account.
Go to RIS-Parent Module to obtain your Hockey ID
This form is for all individuals trying out at these divisions whether you are from the Camrose Association or outside of the association. Those from outside the association do not pay the registration fees until you have made the team.
|Divisions||Age||Year Eligible||EARLY REG RATE|
|U18||(16, 17)||Born||2006, 2005||$885.00|
The 4 year old program will again run in two sessions with 10 skates in each session - October to December and January to March. If anyone drops out after December, they will receive a credit of $150.00.
Registration after July 31 will see an increase of $100.00 to the above rates from U11 and up only.
Payment Options will be as follows:
Credit Card - Now accepted with online registrations only. Please note that transaction and processing fees will be the responsibility of the payee and not CMHA. The fees will be split into three equal payments with the first on day of registration, July 31 and August 31.
E-Transfers - If you select ‘Offline Payment’ as payment option at checkout, E-transfer payments must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note your players full name in the message.
Cheques - Are to be made out to CMHA and mailed to PO Box 1587, Camrose, AB T4V 4X6 with the first cheque to be day of registration, second one as of July 31st and last one as of August 31st.
Cash will not be accepted at this time.
CMHA recognizes the hardship that may be put on families for this upcoming season and please go to the Financial Assistance Tab for information on programs to help out. Payment plans are in place or you can pay in full at the time of registration
If you are moving to Camrose from another Association, you will need to complete the Parent Declaration which is now an online form with Hockey Alberta. Click on this link Parent Declaration to complete the form and in the email address of the new association, please put email@example.com. Once this is received along with your proof of residency, CMHA will put in an electronic transfer request and you will be notified when completed and be able to register on line with your payment.
Acceptable Proof of Residence (POR)
Note: A Property Tax bill will not be accepted as a primary Proof of Residence
Note: A Driver’s License will not be accepted as a primary Proof of Residence
You must attach documentation of your proof of residency:
If you are coming to Camrose from an outside association to play on one of our Female teams you must complete the Player Movement Form.
If successful at making a AA team, the Minor Hockey Coordinator will contact you regarding registration fee payment once your transfer has been completed electronically. You do not need to register until you have made a team but you must register for tryouts and see the tab on our home page to do this.
Respect in Sport Program for 2022 - 2023
In the spring of 2017, Hockey Alberta announced that Parents and Coaches/Team Officials would be required to recertify their Respect in Sport every four seasons. The requirement to recertify comes into effect on May 1st of the five-year anniversary of course completion. If this is not completed, you will not be able to register online until completed.
As with any change, there are questions. Hockey Alberta has compiled the following RIS-FAQ to address concerns and questions from parents, coaches and team officials.
System Requirements For Team Snap Registrations
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