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									               Made For Ontario
               OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




           WELCOME

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                        Made For Ontario
                         OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




           Dr. Allan Morris
            1934 - 2009


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                                Made For Ontario
                                OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009



       1.Welcome & Introductions

       2.Chronology of Events

       3.OMHA „Made for Ontario‟ Ad Hoc
         Committee

       4.„Made for Ontario‟ OMHA Questionnaire
         & Commentary

       5.Conclusion
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                                                                       Agenda
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       Among the Notices of Motion at the 2008 Semi-Annual
     Meeting of Hockey Canada, Motion # 7 addressed the issue
        of residency and increased player movement. The
     Ontario Hockey Federation, as the Branch, has tasked the
      Member Partners with the responsibility of developing a
          residency model that works for the entire OHF.


                                                                    Continued…




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                                                    Purpose of Meeting
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                                     OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     To be proactive OMHA President Marg Ensoll appointed an
     Ad Hoc Committee, chaired by Vice-President Wayne Pries
     to develop a “Made for Ontario Plan” for the OMHA. The
     Committee‟s mandate includes assessment and review of
       the current hockey landscape within the OMHA and to
        identify opportunities for potential change that will
      enhance the minor hockey experience of all members.




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                                                    Purpose of Meeting
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     Hockey Canada Motion #7

     It shall be the obligation/responsibility of all Branches
     under the authority of Hockey Canada, in their sole and
     unfettered discretion, to implement residency
     registration regulations for the formation of teams within
     their Branch. The residency registration regulation must
     allow for increased movement of players as the age of the
     player increases.




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                                                                   Chronology
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                                      OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009


     Results of OHF Vote on Hockey Canada
     Motion #7 (October 2008)
     2 OHF Member Partner votes in support
     2 OHF Member Partner votes opposed

     The following Motion was also proposed and carried at
     that same meeting:

      “Regardless of the outcome of Motion #7 at the Hockey
       Canada Semi-Annual Meeting, OHF Minor Council will
      actively continue its review of Minor Hockey residency
                          within the OHF.”
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                                                                   Chronology
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     Hockey Canada Semi-Annual Meeting
     (November 2008)

     Motion #7 Defeated




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                                                       Chronology
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            Dr. Allan Morris‟ commentary in
           “OHF Headlines” December 2008




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                                                           Chronology
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           OMHA „Made for Ontario‟
             Ad Hoc Committee
                Wayne Pries, Chair
                      Rob Ring
                    Pat Parlette
                     Bill Leask
                  Dave Saunders
                     Craig Lane
                   Cheryl Brown
                 Richard Ropchan
                  Martha Dickie

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                             OMHA Ad Hoc Committee
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                                   OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




  Mission Statement

  The OMHA, working in concert with the OHF Member
  Partners will develop the methodology for greater player
  movement, while retaining the integrity of the Community
  based programs. To assess and review the current hockey
  landscape within the Ontario Minor Hockey Association and
  identify opportunities for potential change that will
  enhance the minor hockey experience of all members.




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                                    OMHA Ad Hoc Committee
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                                    OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




  Definition of Hometown Hockey

  Hometown Hockey has been the foundation for the Ontario
  Minor Hockey Association for seventy-five years. It is a
  philosophy based upon local players playing on local teams.
  Hometown Hockey is more than “hockey”, it is about the
  development of community pride, family, friendships and
  building a foundation for life.




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                                     OMHA Ad Hoc Committee
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                                    OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




  May 2008
  • Hockey Canada Annual General Meeting Motion #7
  Proposal introduced

  October 2008
  • OHF Minor Council vote on Motion #7 – Split Vote

  November 2008
  • Hockey Canada Semi-Annual Meeting – Motion #7 Defeated



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                                     OMHA Ad Hoc Committee
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                                  OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009



  December 2008
  • OMHA „Made for Ontario‟ Ad Hoc Committee created to
  review OMHA structure, current levels of programming and
  player movement

  January 2009
  •Ad Hoc Committee creates Mission Statement, Terms of
  Reference and definitions

  February 2009
  • Ad Hoc Committee recommends OMHA Board convene an
  open “Town Hall Meeting” on May 2, 2009


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                                   OMHA Ad Hoc Committee
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  March 2009
  • OHF-sanctioned meeting of the four Minor Member
  Partners review proposal from appointed Mediator outlining
  parameters and schedule of proposed meeting dates
  • OMHA posts „Made for Ontario‟ Questionnaire on omha.net
  for public input to prepare for “Town Hall Meeting”

  May 2009
  • OMHA “Town Hall Meeting”



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                                    OMHA Ad Hoc Committee
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           Overview of „Made For Ontario‟
               Discussion Documents




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                              OMHA Ad Hoc Committee
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                           OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




            OMHA „Made For Ontario‟
           Questionnaire & Commentary




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                         Questionnaire & Commentary
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                             OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     • Procedures for Commentary

     • Section 1 – Structure of Minor Hockey

     • Section 2 – Player Movement

     • Section 3 – Open Commentary



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                           Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                     OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Procedures
     • OMHA Membership input only

     Speakers must:
     • Identify name, Association and position
     • State topic
     • Allowable time to speak: 1-1.5 minutes
     • Try not to repeat previous points




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                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                    OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009



 Who Responded to the Questionnaire?
 1,594 completed questionnaires

 85% of respondents were Parents

 396 of respondents are involved with AAA
 378 of respondents are involved with HL

 23% of respondents have been involved with minor hockey
 for 15+ years



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                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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                          OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




 Section 1 – Structure of Minor Hockey




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                        Questionnaire & Commentary
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 Important Issues

 1. Coaching – 1,138
 2. Residency Regulations – 780
 3. Programming – 715
 4. Ice-Time – 699
 5. Zone Structure – 593
 6. Amalgamation – 419
 7. Tryouts – 354
 8. Cost – 353
 9. Travel - 207
 10.Body Checking - 179


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                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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                         OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




 Satisfaction Level With OMHA
                 14%
                                                        Satisfied

                        40%
           15%                                          Somewhat
                                                        Satisfied
                                                        Very
                                                        Satisfied
                                                        Not
                 31%
                                                        Satisfied



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                       Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                    OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Do you believe the OMHA should develop and
     implement standards for minor hockey associations to
     ensure consistency and quality of hockey
     programming?

     YES = 84%

     NO = 6%

     UNSURE = 10%



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                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                     OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Would you support a restructuring of league play?

     YES = 56%

     NO = 12%

     UNSURE = 31%




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                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                     OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Do you feel that offering AA zone hockey is a viable
     alternative for players categorized in A and below?

     YES = 50%

     NO = 26%

     UNSURE = 23%




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                                   Questionnaire & Commentary
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  Should there be a limit to the number of teams for
  which a player may try out?

  YES = 39%

  NO = 55%

  UNSURE = 7%




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                                Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                    OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Do you think there are too many categories (AAA to E)
     within the OMHA?

     YES = 41%

     NO = 49%

     UNSURE = 10%




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                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                   OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Would you support the amalgamation of Centres as one
     method of reducing categories?

     YES = 68%

     NO = 17%

     UNSURE = 15%




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                                 Questionnaire & Commentary
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     Should amalgamations be mandated by the OMHA?

     YES = 35%

     NO = 41%

     UNSURE = 24%




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                                Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                   OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Does the Lake Ontario Region (LOR) impact you
     positively?

     YES = 7%

     NO = 37%

     UNSURE = 56%




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                                 Questionnaire & Commentary
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                         OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




 Section 2 – Player Movement




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                       Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                    OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Are you familiar with current OMHA residency
     regulations?

     YES = 90%

     NO = 7%

     UNSURE = 3%




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                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                   OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Do you support the current OMHA residency
     regulations?

     YES = 41%

     NO = 43%

     UNSURE = 16%




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                                 Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                      OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




  In terms of your support for the Residency Regulations,
  what are the most important issues?

  1.Builds community pride - 457
  2.Maintains registration levels in smaller centres - 434
  3.Reduces recruitment of players - 385
  4.Maintains a competitive balance among neighboring centres- 378
  5.Reduces travel - 202




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                                   Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                       OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




In terms of your lack of support for the Residency
Regulations, what are the most important issues?

1.More choice for players - 532
2.Additional playing & development opportunities for players - 512
3.Lack of movement between various levels of hockey in my area - 395
4.Travel - 114




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                                     Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                   OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     If increased player movement was allowed, would you
     prefer player movement within defined areas only?

     YES = 64%

     NO = 29%

     UNSURE = 7%




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                                 Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                   OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     If increased player movement was allowed, would you
     prefer player movement without restrictions?

     YES = 31%

     NO = 61%

     UNSURE = 7%




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                                 Questionnaire & Commentary
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     Should residency regulations apply to all categories of
     Representative Hockey (AAA to E)?

     YES = 62%

     NO = 28%

     UNSURE = 10%




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                                   Questionnaire & Commentary
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                                      OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




     Should residency regulations apply to all divisions of
     Representative Hockey (Novice to Juvenile)?

     YES = 64%

     NO = 27%

     UNSURE = 9%




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                                    Questionnaire & Commentary
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  To what division should residency regulations apply?
                  350



                  300



                  250



                  200
     # of Votes




                  150



                  100



                   50



                    0
                        Novice   Atom   Peewee    Bantam           Midget          Juvenile




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                                                 Questionnaire & Commentary
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       If there is player movement below „AAA' how many
       non-resident players should be allowed on one team?
                    3+




                     3
     # of players




                     2




                     1




                     0



                         0   100   200      300                 400              500         600

                                         # of votes




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                                                  Questionnaire & Commentary
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     Comments




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                Questionnaire & Commentary
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            The OMHA should restructure all centres and force
      amalgamation on all smaller centres. This would allow "AAA",
     "AA", "A" centres along with "AE" major and minor system all the
     way through. Amalgamations should occur by municipalities and
       use the municipal boundaries. Municipalities are not going to
     allow non-residence to take ice time from local children. OMHA
     or Hockey Canada will have no say in this matter. Municipalities
      neither will nor accept this so it should not be on the table. It
       would be political suicide for the local politician. The reason
      amalgamations should be based within various municipalities.
                                                                                   J.A.
                                                                                  Acton



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                                        Questionnaire & Commentary
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     I support amalgamation of smaller centres and have witnessed
        first hand the success of amalgamation in our own league
           (Shamrock) Alvinston/Watford and Thedford/Forest.
       Unrestricted movement would only spawn super teams and
       create the negativity that now exists in the GTHL. I believe
           that we can eliminate C and below classifications by
     amalgamating adjoining centres to compete in representative
      hockey, and the remaining players could still stay attached to
      their original centres and compete in Local League similar in
       structure to what we have currently with our own Lambton
                             Middlesex league.
                                                                  E.R.
                                                             Belmont


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                                       Questionnaire & Commentary
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     What is in place works well for all the small centres in Ontario.
      If it is not broken don't fix it. If players are good enough they
                           move up and play AAA.
                                                                     E.L.
                                                                  Aylmer




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                                         Questionnaire & Commentary
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     I think that OMHA currently has a great program. I am a very
       large fan of Hometown Hockey. Perhaps a good solution to
     some centres would be that they look at amalgamation which
      would allow more children to register which would increase
           competition and the possibility of re-categorization.
                                                                 J.B.
                                                               Aurora




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                                      Questionnaire & Commentary
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      OMHA is built around Hometown Hockey. Each centre is proud
     of its arena, local coaches, and more importantly the friendship
           among players. Keep focusing your efforts on the skill
     development of players in each and every centre and leave the
     system alone. There is already a system in place for those that
      want to spend thousands of dollars (I mean those that want to
                        play "AAA") so leave it alone.
                                                                  G.G.
                                                              Harrow




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                                        Questionnaire & Commentary
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     I support Hometown Hockey 100%, but I support my kids 120%.
       If there is an opportunity for my kids to get better coaching,
       more ice time, and given every opportunity to improve their
     game in a positive manner, I am all for player movement. If an
      area can not provide the qualities parents/players are looking
     for it should be a choice of the parent/player as to where they
                          go, given an opportunity.
                                                                   J.C.
                                                             Huntsville




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                                        Questionnaire & Commentary
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      Within a small centre is a community spirit that is not seen in
         the cities. Small communities survive because of these
     programs offered for their children. Take away the community
      centre and hockey program and you can call it a ghost town.
                                                                  B.M.
                                                                Arthur




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                                       Questionnaire & Commentary
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     Section 3 – Open Commentary




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                        Questionnaire & Commentary
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     Conclusion
     • Summary of Meeting

     • Next Steps
       • May 2009 = Meeting with OHF Member Partners
         and OHF Mediator
       • Oct. 2009 = OHF Member Partner meeting
       • Dec. 2009 = OHF proposal for 2011/12 season




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                                                               Conclusion
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                 OMHA Town Hall Meeting – May 2, 2009




           Adjournment


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