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Non-Sanctioned Leagues Operating Outside the Auspices of Hockey Canada
Submitted By CZHA on Wednesday, January 20, 2021
1. Definition:
1.1 Hockey Canada and its member Branches view all leagues that operate outside the auspices/sanctioning of Hockey Canada programs to be classified as “Non-Sanctioned” leagues. This currently does not include summer hockey leagues/teams, adult recreational hockey leagues/teams, high school hockey, and/or hockey schools.
 

2. Sanctions: 
2.1  Any individual who participates [knowingly or otherwise] in “Non-Sanctioned” programs after September 30 of the season in question [“the Cut-Off Date”] will lose all member ship privileges with Hockey Canada for the remainder of that season, and may only reapply for membership with Hockey Canada after the end of that season. “Participation” in an “Non-Sanctioned” program will be considered to have occurred if the individual takes part in one game [including an exhibition, tournament, league or playoff game] after the Cut-Off Date. If a participant makes the choice to participate in these “Non-Sanctioned” programs, they must understand the ramifications of that choice and that the sanctions described in this paragraph will remain in effect even if the league or team folds, or the individual is released, suspended or fired.
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