Travel Permits (Oakridge Aeros Minor Hockey)

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TRAVEL PERMITS - WHY DO WE NEED THEM?

Travel Permits will ensure that you and your players are properly covered by Hockey Canada's insurance policies. Please read below.

Jennifer Schimmer
will be responsible for travel permits for the Oakridge Minor Hockey Association.

Coaches - please coordinate with Jennifer to ensure you have the required travel permit.

THIS INCLUDES PRE-SEASON EXHIBITION GAMES


According to Alliance rules, to play in an exhibition game or tournament, teams must FIRST receive approval from their home association.  Further, each association has the responsibility to ensure that its teams play against Hockey Canada sanctioned teams.

Participation against a non-Hockey Canada and International Ice Hockey Federation sanctioned teams or unapproved travel may result in the forfeiture of Hockey Canada Insurance coverage and discipline to the respective team official(s).

Our insurance only covers you, your coaches or your players if it is a sanctioned event.

In order to expedite processing, please ensure the tournament sanction number is included with your request.  This can usually be obtained from the tournament listings on the MHAO or OMHA websites.

TRAVEL PERMITS - THREE DIFFERENT FORMS AVAILABLE

A TravelPermit is required for any game or practice outside of those scheduled by the Oakridge Aeros Ice Convenor.

There is a separate form for each:

     Alliance tournaments

     Non-Alliance tournaments

     Exhibition games


T
eams should have  acopof the Travel Permit available aall events they havbeeissued for.

Travel Permit requests must be submitted via online form following link below and selecting the appropriate form.  Notification will be sent via email once the form has been approved by the Travel Permit Convenor.

https://www.minorhockeyforms.com/Organizations/21/GLHA-Oakridge-Aeros


Non-Alliance Non-Hockey Canada-related Tournaments

Please note the following message from the Alliance regarding non-sanctioned hockey organizations. As they are not affiliated with Hockey Canada, our insurance doesn’t cover participation, no Alliance team can receive an approved travel permit for non-sanctioned tournaments or to play exhibition games against any teams from those associations.

NON-SANCTIONED HOCKEY CANADA ASSOCIATIONS

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