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Meadowvale Minor Hockey Association is celebrating it’s 40th Anniversary this 2016/2017.
The Festivities will start to take place on the first day of Evaluations on Sunday September 11th, 2016.
Meadowvale is a dynamic volunteer based organization. We welcome volunteers of all ages on an ongoing basis. Would you like to share your time and skills with our hockey community? If you have an interest or experience in minor hockey, sports, youth, education, training, health, fundraising, HR, PR or volunteer management, please have a look at the following roles and email the appropriate contact.
A Vulnerable Criminal Check and Training will be required. We invite enthusiastic, friendly and savvy parents, seniors, high school students, college and university students and adults to join us. Ideal for gaining work experience in your field or community hours.
Meadowvale is the destination to play hockey in Mississauga!
Assistant Coaches Post Secondary Students/Adults/Seniors
Team Managers Adults/Seniors
Trainers Post Secondary Students/Adults/Seniors
Special Event Volunteers HS & PS Students/Adults/Seniors
Registration Assistants PS Students/Adults/Seniors
Board Members Adults/Seniors
Web Designers Adults
Welcome to the Erindale Hockey Association. I am truly honoured to be part of such a dedicated, passionate, and talented group of volunteers here at Erindale. I can still remember the early days and my first exposure to this great association, lining up with all the other families in the stairwells at EMTR to hopefully get a spot in the coveted IP program. I never dreamed that things would lead to this.
The Erindale Hockey Association (EHA) was formed in 1946 by Mr. Wally Oughtred and his brother Gord. The Erindale logo includes the famous RAF Spitfire. The Spitfire symbolizes skill, determination, and a never quite attitude. The very attributes that the EHA strives to instill in its players and coaches.
At Erindale hockey, our motto is "skill, determination and a never quit attitude." This motto runs through the entire association from our 100% volunteer run board of directors to our volunteer coach's right down to our cherished players.
Our goal year to year is to ensure that each and every one of our players and families have a successful hockey experience. Erindale encourages all of our players, coaches, and families to learn about teamwork, dedication, fitness, and fair play and to develop community spirit and community involvement amongst all our participants.
Erindale believes in teaching all the players and coaches respect for all those involved in this great game of hockey including game officials, opposing coaches and players, parents from all teams, of course teammates, and most importantly for themselves.
Thanks for choosing the Erindale Hockey association and we will strive to make this a memorable and pleasant hockey experience.
Yours in hockey,
Erindale Hockey Association
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2016/2017 LPCHA SEASON IS NOW OPEN.
Please note that registration is open to MISSISSAUGA RESIDENTS ONLY. If you are not a resident of Mississauga, please request to be added to our import player list by sending an email to our registrar.
For the 2016 / 2017 LPCHA Season
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What would you consider to be your most precious possession? Your home? Car? Book collection? What about ... your body? It is surely your most precious possession because without it, you wouldn't be here.
Dressing your little darling doesn’t have to cost a fortuneIt is no secret that having and providing for a new baby is an expensive job. With the expense of those all-important early doctor’s visits, necessary items for the nursery, and the rising prices of formula, diapers, and various infant accessories, it seems a wonder that anyone can afford to reproduce anymore.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) issued a 72-hour strike notice on Thursday as negotiations with Canada Post representatives continue, meaning mail delivery disruptions are possible starting Monday, August 26.
The move comes after the union says Canada Post refused a proposed 24-hour extension of the union’s strike mandate, which was set to expire Thursday after a 60-day period. “Yesterday, the government proposed that the parties agree to a 24-hour extension of our strike mandate.
The CUPW National Executive Board agreed to this proposal but Canada Post refused it,” wrote CUPW chief negotiators George Floresco and Sylvain Lapointe in a bulletin posted to members of the union’s website on Wednesday.
Coming to Port Credit, September 2016: expanded on-street metered parking in the commercial district of Port Credit.The planned parking changes will include:
To: Kathleen Wynne
From: Kevin O'Leary
Re: New Cap and Trade Slush Fund
Hi Premier, just saw you are setting up a new $1.9 billion cap and trade fund that you and Finance Minister Charles Sousa will be overseeing. Congratulations, you two are now managing the largest hedge fund in Ontario's history!
I'm just as optimistic as you are. But I recently made a promise to every taxpayer in Canada that I would call out mediocrity, incompetence and risk in government economic and fiscal policy, so I feel the need to verify a few things:
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