BY-LAWS, REGULATIONSAND HISTORYEFFECTIVE 2020-2021 SEASONAs adopted at Ottawa, December 4, 1914 and amended to May 2020HOCKEYCANADA.CA

HOCKEY CANADABY-LAWSREGULATIONSHISTORYAs amended to May 2020This edition is prepared for easy and convenient reference only. Should errors occur,the contents of this book will be interpreted by the President according to theofficial minutes of meetings of Hockey Canada.The Playing Rules of Hockey Canada are published in a separate booklet and may beobtained from the Executive Director of any Hockey Canada Member, from any officeof Hockey Canada or from Hockey Canada’s web site.HockeyCanada.ca3

HOCKEY CANADAMISSION STATEMENTLead, Develop and Promote Positive Hockey ExperiencesMichael Brind’AmourSaint-Alphonse-Rodriguez, QCChair of the BoardHockey Canada2020-21CHAIR MESSAGEHockey Canada expresses its profound gratitude to all the front-line workers whohave worked tirelessly and at their own risk to take care of Canadians through theCOVID-19 pandemic. Thank you.Our game and our players need us more than ever. The hockey community has beenhit hard; our hockey season and all our projects were stopped in full flight, andnew, urgent and unfamiliar priorities quickly replaced them. We continue to try tomitigate the damaging effects of the pandemic.As I write this message, in May 2020, Canada is preparing to ease restrictions underthe guidance of our public health authorities.During these unique times, Hockey Canada and its Members are actively preparinga Return to Hockey. Task teams and workgroups are being established to address4HockeyCanada.ca

ever-changing circumstances. Our Member Engagement department is coordinatingefforts with Members to restructure the delivery of the game, from local hockeyassociations up to our elite leagues, from Timbits U7 players to our national teams.The Board of Directors, Executive leadership and staff of Hockey Canada, workingtogether with all Hockey governing bodies across the country, are united to facethe uncertainties and to plan for a return to the rink with the help of the countlessvolunteers across the country who take care of participants year-round.It is important to stay positive in the face of adversity, remain connected and relyon one another. I believe that our level of communication has never been so unified,strong and productive. Our leadership is expressing itself. We need to continue.We remain committed to focusing on the health and safety of our participants andhockey will have to be played with that priority being of the utmost importance.Even in these adverse circumstances we are living through, we can still Lead,Develop and Promote Positive Hockey Experiences, our mission statement. We havethe potential and will to adapt and serve our players who want Hockey. We can becreative, inspired and dedicated with our return to hockey. Taking care of our playersis taking care of our sport. It lies with us to meet the challenges.Before COVID-19 hit in early March 2020, we were engaged with many projects. HockeyCanada will continue to pursue the work already started. Answering the concerns andaddressing the situations, creating, reviewing and solidifying our policies, evaluatingour programs and improving them, ensuring our Members needs are taken care of.It is important to acknowledge the Hockey Canada Board of Directors. It made timely,necessary and difficult decisions to mitigate the effects of the pandemic on ourhockey community. The Directors acted with diligence in taking care of the peopleand of Hockey Canada, and they remain committed and humble. I commend them fortheir sustained efforts and hard work.All the staff of Hockey Canada have demonstrated care, support, guidance anddedication. Thank you for your professionalism. Hockey Canada is fortunate to beable to count on you.As you see, Hockey Canada is not waiting. Hockey Canada is working to get back towhat we do best: hockey for our participants and hockey for Canada.Stay safe, stay strong and stay committed,Michael Brind’AmourChair, Board of DirectorsHockey CanadaHockeyCanada.ca5

TABLE OF CONTENTSI. OVERVIEW1. Definitions . 202. Name and Purpose. 213. Head Office. 224. Objectives. 225. Fiscal Year. 226. Official Languages. 227. Compliance. 23II. MEMBERSHIP8. Member Classes . 249. Members . 2410. Members’ Rights. 2511. Member Obligations. 26III. PARTNERS12. Partners. 27IV. OTHER STAKEHOLDERS13. General. 2814. Registered Participants. 2815. Athlete Representatives/Referee-In-Chief/Life Patrons. 28V. RESIGNATION, SUSPENSION,EXPULSION, TERMINATION16. Resignation. 3017. Suspension. 3018. Expulsion . 3119. Effect of Resignation,Expulsion or Termination. 31VI. MEETINGS20. General Provisions. 3321. Annual Meeting. 3422. Special Meeting. 3423. Congresses. 3524. Voting. 356VII. BOARD OF DIRECTORS25. Role . 3626. Composition and Eligibility. 3627. Nominations. 3628. Elections . 3729. Appointment of Directors. 3830. Term. 3831. Election of Chair . 3832. Duties of Chair. 3933. Board Vacancies. 4034. Removal or Suspension Of Director. 4035. Filling a Board Vacancy.4136. Board Meetings.4137. Board Powers. 4238. Borrowing. 4339. Remuneration. 44VIII. CORPORATE OFFICERS40. Officers. 45IX. MEMBER FORUM41. Representation. 4842. Purpose. 4843. Meetings and Procedures. 49X. COMMITTEES AND WORK GROUPS44. Standing Committees. 5045. Audit and Finance Committee. 5046. Human Resources Committee.5147. Risk Management Committee.5148. Nominating Committee.5149. Program Standards Committee.5150. Governance Committee.5151. Task Teams. 52HockeyCanada.ca

TABLE OF CONTENTSXI. DISPUTE RESOLUTION52. Appeals to Hockey Canada. 5353. Board Authority. 5354. Exclusive Jurisdiction. 5455. Penalties for Non-Compliance. 5456. National Appeals Committee. 55XII. FINANCIAL57. Chief Financial Officer. 5758. Auditor. 5759. Budget and Financial Documents. 5860. Revenue. 5861. Expenses. 58XIII. GENERAL62. Application. 5963. Indemnity. 5964. Conflict of Interest. 5965. Rights. 6066. Amendments. 6067. Unforeseen Circumstances .6168. Dissolution.6169. Error in Notice. 6270. Effective Date. 62REGULATIONSImportant Dates to Remember. 63A. DEFINITIONS. 65B. COMPETITIONTeams Playing in Other Jurisdictions. 70C. PLAYERSResidential Qualifications. 72D. REGISTRATIONPlayer Registration . 73Qualifications .74Registration Procedures.74Team Registration. 75Variations for Fifteen and SixteenYear Old Players for Junior Hockey.76E. ACTIVE PLAYER REGISTRATIONJunior A Limit – Twenty Year Olds (20). 77Senior and Junior Cutdown Dates. 77Key Dates for Team Rosters. 78Professional Players. 79Imports. 79F. AFFILIATIONGeneral Affiliation Procedures. 82Limitations on Affiliation (See AlsoRegulation I – Accredited Schools).83Affiliation Between Minor to Minorand Junior to Junior. 83Number of Games a Player May Play inHigher Divisions or Categories. 84G. PLAYER RELEASESRelease Return to Junior andNon-Junior Female. 87H. TRANSFERSInter-Member Transfers. 89Player Trades. 90International Transfer Procedures. 90APPENDIX H1 – IIHFINTERNATIONAL TRANSFERREGULATIONS. 92APPENDIX H2 - USAH/HC/CHLTRANSFER & RELEASE AGREEMENT.110HockeyCanada.ca7

TABLE OF CONTENTSI. HOCKEY CANADA SCHOOLS PROGRAMSHockey Canada Accredited Schools.136Hockey Canada School with Residence.137Hockey Canada Skills Academies.137Affiliation.137J. HOCKEY TOURNAMENT REGULATIONSGeneral Tournament Provisions.139Withdrawal of Sanctioning.139K. GENERAL TOUR INFORMATIONIncoming and OutgoingInternational Tours.140Incoming International Tours.141Outgoing International Tours.142L. REGIONAL AND NATIONALCHAMPIONSHIPSGeneral Procedures forInter-Member Play.143Member Penalties Relating toInter-Member Competitions.144Team Penalties.145Variations for Goaltenders.146Member Executive Director’sResponsibilities.146Play-Off Receipts.147M. ELIGIBILITY FOR REGIONAL ANDNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS.148N. PROTESTS OF REGIONAL ANDNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPGAMES.149O. DISCIPLINEGame Related Discipline.150Ineligible/Suspended Players .150Hazing.151Non-Sanctioned Events.151General .1528P. TAMPERING.153Q. FEESTour Fees.154Tournament Fees.154Inter-Member Transfer Fees.155USA Hockey Transfer Fees.155IIHF Transfer Fees.155HOCKEY CANADA AWARDSRecipients of the Volunteer of theYear Award.157Recipients of theGordon Juckes Award.159Recipients of the Hockey CanadaOrder of Merit.162Recipients of the Female HockeyBreakthrough Award.166Recipients of the Hal Lewis Award.167Recipients of theLiz Mackinnon Award.168Recipients of the Officiating Award.169HISTORY OF HOCKEY CANADA.170Places of Annual General Meeting.172Member Registration in Hockey Canada. 173PAST OFFICERS. 174TROPHIES OF HOCKEY CANADA.189HOCKEY CANADA SENIOR MINIMUMSUSPENSION CHART.198HOCKEY CANADA MINOR/FEMALEMINIMUM SUSPENSION CHART.202JUNIOR A SUPPLEMENT 2020-2021Section 1.207Section 2 .210Section 3.211Section 4.215HockeyCanada.ca

HOCKEY CANADA 2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORSBoard ChairMichael Brind’AmourSaint-Alphonse-Rodriguez, QCAl HubbsIndian Head, SKKirk LambCalgary, ABBarry ReynardDawson Creek, BCRandy HendersonPrince George, BCEd PupichSchumacher, ONRandy PulsiferStillwater Lake, NSGoops WooldridgeMilton Station, PEIReal LanglaisDelson, QCHockeyCanada.ca9

LIFE PATRONSGordon RenwickCambridge, ON N1R 6J9Clair SudsburySummerside, PE C1N 2K7DECEASED LIFE PATRONSC.C. RobinsonThe Hon. Justice J.J. KryczkaWm. NortheyGordon JuckesCapt. Jas T. SutherlandLionel FleuryW.A. FryArt PotterDr. W.G. HardyFred PageCecil DuncanThe Hon. Hanson T. Dowell Q.C.A.W. PickardRobert LebelW.A. HewittRoland MercierJ.A. DunnFrank LiberaEarl DawsonDon JohnsonFrank SargentFrank McKinnonJack Devine10HockeyCanada.ca

MEMBER PRESIDENTSBill GreeneBC Hockey477-2903 Gyp RoadFalkland, BC V0E 1W0Yves SigouinHockey Québec219 LaurendeauMontreal -Est, QC H1B 4Y7Len SamletzkiHockey Alberta11 Glen Meadow CrescentSt. Albert, AB T8N 3A2Todd PyeHockey NB5 Bromley AvenueHanwell, NB E3C 1M8Mary Anne VerobaSaskatchewan Hockey AssociationBox 121Lampman, SK S0C 1N0Mike HammillHockey PEI786 Highland Park RoadNine Mile Creek, PEI C1A 1H2Bert DowHockey Manitoba19 Francis DriveMorden, MB R6M 1R6Arnie FarrellHockey Nova Scotia20 Whiden StAntigonish, NS B2G 2T2Jason PerrierHockey Northwestern Ontario634 Rosewood Cr.Thunder Bay, ON P7E 2R7Jack LeeHockey Newfoundland and LabradorP.O. Box 352, 64 Main RoadGoulds, NL A1S 1G5Tony ForesiOntario Hockey Federation975 Dalhousie DriveLondon, ON N6K 1M8Jared OttenhofHockey North3506 McDonald DriveYellowknife, NT X1A 2H1Barb LevereHockey Eastern Ontario48 Louden TerraceMorrisburg, ON K0C 1X0HockeyCanada.ca11

HOCKEY CANADA ATHLETE REPRESENTATIVESteve StaiosMale Athlete RepresentativeJayna HeffordFemale Athlete RepresentativeGreg WestlakePara Hockey Athlete RepresentativeHOCKEY CANADA REFEREE-IN-CHIEFTodd RobinsonReferee-in-Chief12HockeyCanada.ca

MEMBER EXECUTIVE DIRECTORSBarry PetrachenkoChief Executive Officer, BC Hockey6671 Oldfield RoadSaanichton, BC V8M 2A1www.bchockey.netRob LitwinskiGeneral Manager, Hockey Alberta100 College Blvd, Box 5005Red Deer, AB T4N 5H5www.hockeyalberta.caKelly McClintockGeneral Manager, Saskatchewan Hockey Association#2-575 Park StreetRegina, SK S4N 5B2www.sha.sk.caPeter WoodsExecutive Director, Hockey Manitoba145 Pacific AveWinnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6www.hockeymanitoba.mb.caAlex VaillantExecutive Director, Hockey Northwestern Ontario107 Cumberland Street NorthThunder Bay, ON P7A 4M3www.hockeyhno.comPhil McKeeExecutive Director, Ontario Hockey Federation400 Sheldon Drive, Unit 9Cambridge, ON N1T 2H9www.ohf.on.caDebbie RambeauExecutive Director, Hockey Eastern OntarioRichcraft SensplexSuite 201 – 813 Shefford RdOttawa, ON K1J 8H9www.hockeyeasternontario.caPaul MénardGeneral Manager, Hockey Québec7450 Boul. Les Galeries d’Anjou,Suite 210Montréal, QC H1M 3M3www.hockey.qc.caNic JansenExecutive Director, Hockey New BrunswickPO Box 456,861 Woodstock RoadFredericton, NB E3B 4Z9www.hnb.caGeoff KowalskiExecutive Director, Hockey PEI40 Enman Crescent, Suite 209Charlottetown, PEI C1E 1E6www.hockeypei.comAmy WalshExecutive Director, Hockey Nova Scotia259 Commodore DriveDartmouth, NS B3B 0M1www.hockeynovascotia.caCraig TulkExecutive Director,Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador32 QueenswayGrand Falls-Windsor, NL A2A 2J4www.hockeynl.caKyle KuglerExecutive Director, Hockey North3506 McDonald DriveYellowknife, NT X1A 2H1www.hockeynorth.caHockeyCanada.ca13

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Bullock, Shawn Director, National Teams - Men/ParaCameron, Craig Director, Web and Digital PropertiesFurman, Scott West Regional Director, Member EngagementGeorge , Debbie Director, Brand and Community EngagementHosanna, Trevor Ontario regional Director, MemberEngagementJackson, Todd Director, Insurance and Risk ManagementKingsbury, Gina Director, National Teams – Women’sMcNabb, Corey Director, Hockey Development ProgramsNewson, Rob Atlantic Regional Director, MemberEngagementNewton, Bruce Director, LicensingPattyn, Denise Director, Human ResourcesRobins, Ryan Director, Events and PropertiesWilkie, John Director, Business DevelopmentAnderson, Todd Senior Manager, OfficiatingBeck, Jeff Senior Manager, Events and PropertiesCraswell, Brent Associate CounselDavidson, Melody Head Scout, National Teams - WomenMcEwen, Donald (Brad) Head Scout, National Teams - MenRadomski, Kevin Venue Director, 2021 World JuniorChampionshipRobins, Jennifer Senior Manager, ProductionPocrnick, Alex Senior Manager, ITAnderson, Brenden Manager, Brand and Community EngagementAngeles, Joey Lead Graphic DesignerBara, Mike Manager, Coaching DevelopmentBouchard, Francois Manager, Grow the GameBrown, Jeremy Lead ProducerCormier-Letcher, Nathaniel Manager, Ticket SalesDeFazio, Jerrett Manager, Safety and Member ServicesDietrich, Tyler Manager, Video/AnalyticsEmery, James Manager, Video/AnalyticsEthier, Corinne Manager, Event VolunteersGove, Teal Manager, Hockey DevelopmentHockeyCanada.ca15

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Anderson, Jared Coordinator, Web and Digital PropertiesBaxandall, Brennan Coordinator, National TeamsBeaudry, Gilbert Coordinator, Help DeskBortolussi, Matt Coordinator, Business DevelopmentBoyadjian, Lee Video Producer (Maternity Leave)Boyes, Kathryn Coordinator, Events and PropertiesBrennan, Spencer Coordinator, Events and PropertiesChadwick, Kelsey Coordinator, Events and PropertiesDavis, Alana Coordinator, Logistics 2021 WorldJunior ChampionshipDobson, Terrence Coordinator, Member ServicesDupuis, Isabelle Coordinator, Insurance ProgramsFerris, Breanne Coordinator, Operations 2021 WorldJunior ChampionshipFurlotte, Mitchell Coordinator, Administration & TransfersGelmich, Olive Coordinator, Accounts PayableGreenway, Katie Coordinator, Hockey DevelopmentGrison, Jacob Coordinator, Shipping and ReceivingHayes, Dianne Coordinator, Accounts ReceivableKoekkoek, Madison Coordinator, Social MediaLavoie, Eric Coordinator, Translation/Language servicesMadziya, Esther-Rena (Esther) Coordinator, Media RelationsMarple, Amanda Coordinator, Events and PropertiesMatheson, Alex Coordinator, ITNavarez, Donna Coordinator, FinancePinniger, Carrie Coordinator, TravelRedelback, Tammie Human Resources AssistantRockwell, Dylan Coordinator, National TeamsSharkey, Spencer Coordinator, CommunicationsSmook, Blair Coordinator, Hockey Operations/Team ServicesStewart, Chelsea Coordinator, National TeamsVilla, Samantha Coordinator, PartnershipsWildman, Stephanie Coordinator, Reporting and AnalysisHockeyCanada.ca17

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BY-LAWSI. OVERVIEW1. DEFINITIONSThe following terms have these meanings in these By-laws:a) Act – the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, S.C. 2009, c.23, includingthe Regulations made pursuant to the Act, and any statutes or regulationsthat may be substituted, as amended from time to time;b) Articles – the original or restated articles of incorporation or articles ofamendment, amalgamation, continuance, reorganization, arrangement orrevival of Hockey Canada;c) Auditor – a Public Accountant, as defined in the Act, appointed by theMembers by Ordinary Resolution at the Annual Meeting to audit the books,accounts, and records of Hockey Canada for a report to the Members at thenext Annual Meeting;d) Board – means the Board of Directors of Hockey Canada;e) Chair of the Board – means the Chair of the Board of Directors of HockeyCanada;f) Club – means a local Minor Hockey Association operated and controlled by aduly elected Executive or Board of Directors.g) Days – days inclusive of weekends and holidays;h) Delegate – means an individual who is designated by a Member to representthat Member’s interests at a Members’ Meeting;i) Director – an individual elected or appointed to serve on the Board pursuantto these By-laws;j) Division – means the classes of hockey operated within Hockey Canada, asfurther described in the Regulations;k) Head Office – has the meaning described in By-Law 3.1;l) Hockey Canada School With Residence - has the meaning set out in theRegulations;m) Hockey Canada Accredited School - has the meaning set out in the Regulations;n) IIHF – means the International Ice Hockey Federation;20HockeyCanada.ca

BY-LAWSo) Member – has the meaning described in By-Law 8.1 and, where appropriate,means the designated individual, Delegate or representative duly authorizedto appear for and make decisions on behalf of such Member;p) Members’ Meeting – means any Annual or Special Meeting;q) Officer – has the meaning described in By-Law 40.1;r) Ordinary Resolution – a resolution passed by a majority of the votes cast onthat resolution;s) Playing Rules – means the rules that govern the game of hockey in Canada,as set out in the Official Rule Book of Hockey Canada, as amended from timeto time;t) President – means the President and Chief Operating Officer of HockeyCanada.u) Proposal – a notice submitted to Hockey Canada by a Member specifying amatter that the proposing party wishes to raise at a meeting and that meetsthe requirements of Section 163 of the Act;v) Qualified Donee – has the meaning assigned by the Income Tax Act;w) Regulations – means the Regulations of Hockey Canada, as amended fromtime to time;x) Season – means the annual hockey season which commences on June 1 andends on May 31 of the following year;y) Special Resolution – a resolution passed by a majority of not less than twothirds (2/3) of the votes cast on that resolution; andz) Task Team – has the meaning described in By-Law 51.2. NAME AND PURPOSE2.1The name of the organization shall be Hockey Canada.2.2Hockey Canada is the self-governing body of amateur hockey, including parahockey, in Canada.2.3Hockey Canada represents Canada internationally and is a member of the IIHF.2.4A Special Resolution passed by the Members is required to make anyamendment to the organization’s name.HockeyCanada.ca21

BY-LAWS3. HEAD OFFICE3.1The Head Office of Hockey Canada shall be in Calgary, Alberta. The Board mayestablish such other offices as the affairs of Hockey Canada may require.3.2A Special Resolution passed by the Members is required to make any amendmentto the province in which the Head Office of Hockey Canada is located.4. OBJECTIVES4.1The objectives of Hockey Canada are to:a) Regulate amateur hockey in Canada and establish uniform playing rules;b) Promote the sport of amateur hockey in Canada, on a nationwide basis;c) Oversee a structure that inclu

Chair of the Board Hockey Canada 2020-21 CHAIR MESSAGE Hockey Canada expresses its profound gratitude to all the front-line workers who have worked tirelessly and at their own risk to take care of Canadians through the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you. Our game and our players need us more than ever. The hockey community has been