Hockey - Subsidies and Grants


Families requiring financial assistance to access hockey have access to the following programs to help pay for hockey registration fees, team fees and/or equipment.

Notice: Additional fees not covered by subsidy are: Practice ice, tournament fees, jerseys, parents respect in sport course and team functions.

Practice ice can range between $300-$1000 per player, depending on age and level

GCWCC Program Registration Fee Subsidy Grant

The GCWCC grant will be applied to program “Registration Fee”, to a maximum of $300. Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

To apply for the GCWCC Subsidy:

Email remharegistrar@gmail.com for a copy of the form or attend one of the in person registration dates.

 - Must provide Parent(s) most recent Revenue Canada “Notice of Assessment”. This is required to apply for this subsidy. Below is the maximum family income chart:

# of Children under 18 Yrs Maximum Annual Gross Income
2 $33,141
3 $40,743
4 $49,467
5 $56,105
6 $63,276
7 $70,449


Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a national charitable program that helps children ages 4-18 participate in organized sport and recreation.

Apply for: Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

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.

Apply for: Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund.

Dianne Woods Memorial Player Financial Assistance

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

Team fees: (practice ice, tournament fees) are ineligible.

Apply for: Dianne Woods Memorial Player Financial Assistance

Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund

Parents/guardians will apply directly with the program through the link below and must pay the full registration fees up front. REMHA will reimburse the parent once funding has been received.

The Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund is a “once per competition season” application only and is available for Hockey Winnipeg members at the AA level only.

The Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund program funding may include, but would not be limited to area association program participation, administrative and volunteer fees; league and exhibition game travel expenses; additional ice fees, including try-out ice; tournament fees; monies collected for team pictures and wind-up parties; medals and awards; and personal clothing items which become the property of the applicable player.

Apply for: Cooper Nemeth Memorial Player Assistance Fund

 
 
 
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