Registration Fees for 2021-2022

Information Bulletin - About the 2021-2022 Fee Schedule

PMHA is a not-for-profit organization, and registration fees reflect the cost of our hockey programming.

Fee Schedule

If your are a returning player, you may register online from April 1st to April 30th.  Starting May 1st, new players and those who wish to be added to our waitlist are asked to complete our waitlist form (which will be available starting May 1st).

Fundraising Fee

In order to keep up with increasing costs of a running a not for profit hockey association, and to keep registration fees similar to last year, PMHA will be once again charging a fundraising fee of $100 per player. At the beginning of the season, you will be given 10 tickets to sell at $10 each with the prizes being cash (amounts TBD). You will see a $100 fundraising fee added on to your registration and the proceeds of the ticket sales will be for you to keep to recover your cost. Only one booklet per player will be available.

Division / Program Year of Birth Registration Fee Rep Tryout Fee
U7 (formerly Initiation Minor / Major) 2015-16 $450 N/A
U9 formerly (Novice Minor / Major) 2013-14 $585 N/A
U11 (formerly Atom) 2011-12 $685 $125
U13 (formerly Pee Wee) 2009-10 $710 $125
U15 (formerly Bantam) 2007-08 $710 $125
U18 (formerly Midget) 2004-06 $750 $125
Female Only* ALL Through Capital Region Female MHA
Development Program** ALL $325 N/A

* Female Players: Peninsula Minor Hockey supports the new Capital Region Female Minor Hockey Association (CRFMHA). Female players may chose to play on an all-girls team at CRFMHA or on an integrated team at Peninsula. Players may not register with both associations. Please register directly with the association of your choice. Information about CRFMHA registrations can be found at In the unlikely event that CRFMHA is unable to form a team in your division, returning players from inside our catchment area will be welcome at PMHA.

** Development Program: PMHA is proud to partner with Rob Armstrong and Hockey Evolution on an a new and enhanced development program. Details will be posted online and circulated to PMHA members. This program is optional, and on-ice development sessions with individual teams will still be part of our normal hockey program.

Paying by Installment, Family Discounts, & Financial Assistance

1. Payment Method & Installment Plan

Payment accepted by credit card only, although if special consideration is required, please contact the registrar before May 1st to make arrangements.

Installment payments are available. The first payment of $100 per player is due at the time of registration. Two equal installments for the balance are due on June 1st and August 1st.

2. Family Discounts on Registration

PMHA offers the following discounts for families with multiple children registered:

  • Third child discount of $140.
  • Fourth child discount of $190.
  • Fifth and subsequent child discount of $240.

Discounts will apply to children in descending order of ages.

3. Financial Assistance

Several financial assistance programs, outlined below, are available to PMHA families. As a first step, players must register, and full payment must be made. Families can then apply to the organizations below for assistance. If and when PMHA receives funding on behalf of a child, PMHA will refund the amount of the grant back to the family.

1. KidSport

KidSport is a Canada wide program that offers financial assistance to subsidize registration fees for kids participating in organized sports. To apply, you must complete an application form and forward it to KidSport. The form is available online at:

2. JumpStart

JumpStart is a Canada wide program that is supported by Canadian Tire. The program offers financial assistance to subsidize registration fees for kids participating in organized sports. Application details can be found on their website:

3. Athletics for Kids 

Athletics for Kids is another Canadian program that supports kids and families with limited financial resources. The program offers financial assistance to subsidize registration fees for kids participating in organized sports. Application details can be found on their website:

4. Hockey Canada Assist Fund

The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is a $1 million fund that has been created to provide help to Canadians experiencing financial challenges as a result of COVID-19. The Assist Fund will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association, helping young Canadians get back on the ice in their communities.

5. PMHA Family Assistance Fund

Families requiring additional assistance for funding of registration fees can apply to the PMHA Financial Assistance Program. Applications must be submitted to the PMHA Registrar during the registration period in order to be considered for the season beginning in September. The amount of funding dispersed is dependent on funding available in the PMHA Financial Assistance Budget, and the number of applicants.

Terms and Condition

  • A player with outstanding fees cannot register until all outstanding fees are paid in full.
  • A late fee of $100 will be charged to all returning players who do not register prior to the May 31st deadline.
  • Refunds are based on paid pro-rated registration fees less the Hockey Canada insurance fee of $40 and a $50 fee to cover bank/admin fees up until December 15th. Requests must be made to the registrar prior to December 15th with the date of player's last time on the ice (practice or game).

For additional information about these or any other assistance programs or to clarify Terms & Conditions, please contact the PMHA Registrar.