The Initiation Program (IP) is a hockey program designed for 4, 5 & 6-year olds. It is Hockey Canada’s premiere “Learn to Play” program and is the foundation of skills development for all hockey in the Mississauga Hockey League.
The purpose of the Association is to organize, develop and promote minor ice hockey for the youth of the Town of Whitby. Teams and house leagues for all ages and levels.
Offering minor hockey house league and competitive programs to youth from Etobicoke and neighboring communities. The 2017-2018 season, registration discounts ranging from 10% – 50% are available to members who meet certain conditions.
The PHA provides Pickering residents the opportunity to enjoy the game of hockey for players aged 4 to 20 years old with Hockey School, House League, Select and Rep levels of play.
Variety of on-ice activities including classes and programs, recreational skating, Oakville Hockey Development programs, the Oakville Recreational Hockey League, and rental opportunities.
Neighbourhood House League Hockey. No Skills Required!
93,000 square foot indoor soccer and multi-sport facility
Olympic wrestling clubs & resources throughout Ontario
York Mills Hockey Club (YMHC) aims to provide both boys and girls with a safe and fun environment in which they may learn the game of hockey. Offers programs at the house league, select and rep levels.
Governing body for sailing, windsurfing and boating
Joshua's Creek Arenas offers a variety of on-ice activities including pre-registered classes and camps (specializing in girls-only classes), recreational skating, Oakville Hockey Development programs, the Oakville Recreational Hockey League.
The Skate Canada Learn to Skate programs provide kids with the best foundation for figure skating, hockey, speed skating and ringette. Offers year-round lessons for skaters of all levels.
Provincial Sport governing body for tennis
Oakville’s arenas boast a variety of on-ice activities including classes and programs, recreational skating, Oakville Hockey Development programs, the Oakville Recreational Hockey League.
Information centre for cycling and events in Ontario
A not-for-profit organization whose mission is to empower girls through sports by creating a gender-neutral, female-friendly environment and positive leadership.
Offers a co-ed house league for players aged 3-20. Caters to skaters of all skill levels, no prior hockey experience is required.
Indoor and outdoor recreational soccer leagues, after-school programs, and camps in North Toronto and North York.
A comprehensive program for the development of young children as hockey players. Hockey skills lessons are available for those looking for a more general introduction to the sport.
Track & field for all ages
The Durham West Girls' Hockey Association (DWGHA) is a 'not for profit' corporation that provides a wide range of hockey opportunities to girls and ladies of all ages and skill levels.
Provides hockey programs for children aged 4 and up. Recreational youth hockey league that runs from late September to mid-March.
Swimming lessons and programs for all levels and ages, from beginning fundamentals to elite-level competitive swimming.
Our mission is to provide the youth of our community with a safe, fun environment to learn, play and compete in ice hockey at House League and more competitive levels.
Founded in 1996, the Oakville Hornets Girl's Hockey Association is one of the largest, girls-only hockey clubs in the world. The programming boasts 50 House League teams from Tyke to Senior Rec.
Growth and development of the sport of ball hockey
Our beginner program is appropriate for boys and girls who are just starting hockey, to those who are looking for additional development above the time they get with their minor hockey association.
Oakville Half Marathon
Racquetball information for Ontario programs
There are so many sports for your kids to choose from. If they don’t have a preexisting interest in a certain sport, it might be overwhelming to try to pick a sport. Sports Associations can make it a bit easier by giving you all the information you need about the sport you’re looking into. You may also be able to take your kids to an amateur game to see if that sparks an interest in them.
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