• Hockey University (Officiating 1/2)
    •  The online course (modules) for NEW officials is NOW available for registration on the new Hockey Canada Registry Website.
    • All NEW officials will be required to complete this course before being eligible to register for a new officials’ certification clinic.
    • Registration for Hockey University can be found HERE or by visiting
  • NEW Officials Clinics:
      • We anticipate our new officials clinic delivery for some time after September 24, 2021
      • As previously communicated, clinics for NEW officials will be delivered in-person.
  • Re-Certification Clinics:
      • All officials with previous Hockey Canada Officiating experience are considered ‘Returning officials’ and are eligible to participate in a re-certification clinic.
      • ALL re-certification clinics for returning officials will be delivered virtually for the 2021-2022 season.
      • Clinic registrations will be open in the coming week and delivery will begin as early as September 4 until December, 2021.
      • Once posted, clinics will be available HERE for registration.
      • All officials that were registered during the 2020-2021 season have received a credit of $74.00 on their Hockey Canada Participant account, to apply towards their registration for the 2021-2022 season at the point of checkout.
      • ALL officials that were registered during the 2020-2021 season are currently eligible to officiate games. They WILL be required to attend a clinic this season but do not have to do so before going on the ice.
      • Any officials that were NOT registered during the 2020-2021 season but have previous Hockey Canada Officiating experience, will be eligible to attend the online re-certification clinics but they WILL be required to pay the standard registration rates and applicable participant assessment fee (if necessary).
      • In early August information was circulated identifying all the officials that require a NEW Criminal Record Check (CRC). As a reminder, these CRCs are required prior to registration for a clinic.  Any official 18 years of age or older must ensure they have their CRC completed.  The process to complete these is outlined HERE 
  • HiSport Assigning:
    • We are continuing to work with HiSport on using the assigning function of this platform for use at the Minor Hockey level.
    • We anticipate to be able to provide resources and training sessions in Late September to early October.

We are very excited about these next steps towards the 2021-2022 season! We appreciate everyone’s patience and dedication to officiating the game of hockey. We will continue to provide important updates on these and other topics as they continue to develop.

Any questions please dont hesitate to contact your Local Referee-In-Chief Jamie Shinkewski, his assistant Brendan Martin or Referee Mentor Rob Fryer for further information.



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    I am looking to officiate here if you require another official and am available most anytime.

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