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Respect In Sports - Alliance Hockey
Submitted By Hurricanes Admin on Thursday, June 25, 2015
Effective August 31, 2015 at least one parent / guardian with a 2004 and younger birth year who is registered for St. Catharines CYO Hockey will be required to take the online Respect in Sports Parent Education Program, to participate with CYO in the 2015/2016 Hockey Season.

The cost is $12, it will take approximately one hour, which can be completed in sections (not at the same time) and the link to the program is available through the following link-

This is a mandatory program for all St. Catharines CYO and Alliance Hockey members starting at the 2004 age group.

If a parent has not completed the Respect in Sports Parent program By August 15th, the player will not be rostered in time for earlybird tournaments in September.  

If you have already taken the Respect in Sports Parent program, you do not have to take it again, however, please check with CYO at [email protected] to ensure that your profile is properly linked.

Currently the Respect in Sports program is mandatory for all age groups within other hockey centres, including the OMHA.

Further information on the program can be found at - Alliance & CYO RIS Program
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