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Parents are required to complete the Respect in Sport program. Certification in the Respect in Sport program is valid for up to four seasons and is associated with a May 1 expiry date. There is a cost to complete this program that is payable by the member. (please ensure that you have clicked on the Respect in Sports Parent Program and not the Respect in Sports Activity Leader Program as they are two different programs.  One does not replace the other).

The Respect in Sport Program is an online certification program designed to protect our youth as well as enhance Hockey Alberta’s mandate of providing a safe and fun environment for all of our participants. It is Canada’s leading online bullying, abuse, harassment, and negligence prevention program for parents, coaches, and community leaders.

The Respect in Sport Parent Program helps define a standard of behaviour for all parents and create a more rewarding, safe and respectful environment for everyone involved. Parents want to do a great job supporting their kids. Respect in Sport provides parents with the tools to do just that.

Please CLICK HERE to be directed to the Hockey Alberta Respect in Sports Parent Program.  From here you can create a new profile or access your current profile.


Parent participation will be required for duties on the team in order to have a season.
Some volunteer duties include:

  • fundraising coordinator
  • timekeeper
  • team manager
  • treasurer 
  • tournament coordinator
  • safety person
  • jersey parent, etc.

Team duties DO NOT count towards the mandatory shift requirement except for the head coach, team manager, team treasurer, and safety person positions.  (Please see the mandatory shift requirement tab for information on options available to complete the requirement).


Many people need to find their HCR # during the season. Please follow the instructions to find your HCR# in your Respect In Sport (RIS) Account

  1. Go to the Respect In Sport - Parent Site
  2. Click to select your language preference.
  3. Enter your login credentials (username and password) and click Login.
  4. Click on Profile.
  5. Click on Child Management.
  6. Once in Child  Management,  you will see HCR#s for your players.

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Any comments/complaints you would like to address  please use this form below.




This form is for minor infractions of the SGMHA Code of Conduct. Examples would include (but not limited to) disrespect that does not reach the level of harassment, abuse or bullying, online or in person, as well as conduct that is not up to par of SGMHA standards in agreeance with our Code of Conduct. 

The complainant will not be notified of the outcome. A letter/statement will be submitted to the individual(s) complained of detailing the complaint and recommended steps to resolve, which further follow up. The complainant will not be identified in the case of an informal complaint. 



The below form is intended to bring forward any allegations of Maltreatment, bullying or harassment,  discrimination, including verbal taunts, insults or intimidation. Any physical threats/incidents. As well as any incident in which third-party involvement is necessary. 



Hockey Alberta’s goal is to ensure all parents, coaches, and families are engaged, educated and supported in all areas of hockey.

Please Click Here to find information on everything from intro to hockey, to sleep and nutrition.


The medical/dental coverage offered is a self-administered secondary insurance program that is managed by Hockey Canada. This coverage assists members who may not have private secondary coverage for services such as dental and physiotherapy to the limits set within the policy. The policy also assists members who have exhausted their limits within their private coverage to our policy limits.

For more information please CLICK HERE.

Hockey Alberta Checking/Non-Checking, Body Contact information

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Hockey is a fast paced sport played with a rubber puck and sticks. In order to keep every player safe, you must wear proper equipment while on the ice.

Your most important decision before starting hockey, should be to purchase properly fitted and comfortable equipment. When equipment is not suitably fitted, the player may be injured.

Three important factors should be stressed when evaluating hockey equipment:

  • that the equipment is in good condition
  • that the equipment is well maintained throughout its life span and
  • that the equipment fits properly. ‘Hand-me-downs’ are a great way to save money but be sure to carefully inspect the items to ensure they are safe to wear.

Plan a budget for purchasing equipment. The most expensive equipment is not always necessarily the best for your child. We recommend you consult a professional sporting goods retailer for advice before you purchase any product.  

Hockey Canada offers an excellent resource called SAFETY FOR ALL. This book contains information about insurance policies as well as tips on equipment fitting. You can download a copy of it by visiting

Sports Central is a resource for parents who may needs some assistance obtaining equipment for their child to play hockey.  Please click the following link to be directed to their home page for further information (

Required Player & Goalie Equipment

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