The OHF operates within a structure that is comprised of seven Member Partners: Alliance Hockey, Greater Toronto Hockey League, Northern Ontario Hockey Association, Ontario Hockey Association, Ontario Hockey League, Ontario Minor Hockey Association, and Ontario Women’s Hockey Association. Each operates specific programs to their area or jurisdiction, following Hockey Canada and OHF Regulations, Rules and Policies.
In 2010-11, Hockey Canada represented 572,411 registered players. Of those players, 211,271 were registered in the OHF. In addition to the playing membership, the OHF also involves in excess of 37,066 coaches and 9,453 Officials.
The main objectives of the OHF are: to foster, promote, encourage the sport of amateur hockey; provide opportunities for all players to play the sport; promote the orderly development of all categories, and to coordinate and conduct competitions for Branch, Regional and National Championships.
The strategic plan of the OHF is to provide administrative resources, coordinate programs, services and events for hockey participants and the membership at large.
On an annual basis the OHF will coordinate approximately fifteen Branch, Regional and National Championship events. The OHF rewards dedication and hard work through the Bursary Program and Awards Program.
The OHF provides support to various Development Programs for coaches, officials, trainers and players, Safety and Risk Management Issues and offers resources for Harassment and Abuse education.
The OHF is one of three Hockey Canada Branches operating in the Province of Ontario and is the largest of all thirteen across Canada.
The OHF is one of three Hockey Canada Branches operating in the Province of Ontario and is the largest of all thirteen across Canada. The OHF is comprised of seven Member Partners and has a membership base that represents over forty percent of Hockey Canada.
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