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GTHL POLICIES

  • Head Injuries and Concussions
    The GTHL believes that the participant’s safety and health is paramount and should be first and foremost in determining the most appropriate time in which a player may return to play once that individual has suffered a suspected or identified head injury.
  • Privacy Policy
    With respect to this Privacy Policy, the GTHL will strive to exceed federal and provincial legislative requirements and will ensure that it remains current with changing technologies and laws.
  • Player Billeting – Hockey Canada Resource Package
    Hockey Canada guidelines and details on player billeting for team administrators, host families and players; includes forms and information for short-term (ie. tournaments, exchanges) and season-long billeting.
  • Policy on Review of Video
    If a Team wishes to submit video for review, the following procedure must be followed:

    1. Deliver to the League office a copy of the video in its entirety, a deposit of $250, a copy of the Game Sheet, and a statement outlining what penalty is being appealed which is signed by the General Manager or President of that Team’s Club
    2. The submission takes place within 5 business days of the game being played.
  • Inclement Weather Policy
    Any decision relating to the cancellation of games will be made by 3 p.m. on a weeknight or two hours prior to the commencement of the League game on a weekend.
  • GTHL Confidentiality Statement
    This confidentiality statement is written in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code (1990), which prohibits the discrimination of all people on a number of protected grounds: race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, family status, and disability.
  • GTHL Dressing Room Policy
    With the support of the Ontario Hockey Federation, the Greater Toronto Hockey League will proactively work to ensure that all dressing room spaces and procedures are safe, inclusive, and equitable by anticipating and removing barriers that prohibit the inclusive participation of any and all players.
  • OHF Policy on Dressing Room Supervision
    OHF regulations when any player under age 18 is in the team dressing room before, during and after a game, practice or tryout. In Juvenile or Under-21 hockey, the coach may use an adult player over age 19 to be the second adult associated with the team.
  • Development 1 – Interim Head Coach Policy
    The interim policy outlines how the GTHL will approve Head Coaches to teams that are not in compliance with the GTHL coaching requirements at various points in the season due to unforeseen circumstances.

GTHL FORMS

PLAYER REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER FORMS

  • Lake Ontario Region Regulations
    The new Regulations come into effect for the 2017-18 season, including the AAA, AA and A tryouts which can begin on April 10, 2017.

PLAYER AND LIABILITY INSURANCE FORMS

  • Hockey Canada Injury Report
    Injury Report forms, completed in their entirety, MUST be received by GTHL Office within 90 days of incident date. Only ORIGINAL receipts/invoices are acceptable.
  • OHF Insurance Guide
    Learn about the insurance program, sanctioning and dry-land training guidelines.
  • OHF Certificate of Insurance Request Form
    Required when renting ice for game(s), practice(s) or tournament(s), and when booking meeting/facility rooms for team/club functions (ie. special events, fundraisers, dry-land training). For a step-by-step guide on how to complete the form, please click here.