I am reaching out to you knowing that you haven't played in awhile, but presenting the opportunity to take part in the league this season.
Please find below this post for the registration form for the 2021-2022 season and Players Code of Conduct.
· Registration is $100 per player payable by Oct 16.
· Jersey deposit is $100, refundable at jersey turn in at the end of the season.
· Cheques made out to the CPHL are the preferred form of payment.
Play is expected to commence on October 16 and is expected to run into March with playoffs. The starting date is subject to compliance with provincial and VIVO health guidelines. Both forms need to be filled out and signed in order to participate this upcoming season.
The Calgary PowerHockey League (CPHL) is dedicated to providing a quality adaptive hockey program for all persons 12 or older who require the use of an electric wheelchair for daily mobility. We are a Canadian Registered Charity solely operated through the efforts of dedicated volunteers & charitable donations.
Any inquiries can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If anyone in the league believes someone is not acting in accordance with the CPHL Code of Conduct please send an email to the CPHL Operations Committee and they will look into it.
Questions or concerns that you wish to be addressed by the Board of Directors can be emailed to email@example.com
To the CPHL Community
On behalf of the CPHL Board I want to offer best wishes to everyone in the CPHL community.
And good riddance to 2020!
I am very optimistic that with the VACCINE and everyone’s efforts to curtail the virus we will be back playing hockey sometime in 2021.
What I can’t predict is the safety protocols that we will need to adhere to. Nor the comfort level that everyone will have in resuming a higher level of interpersonal contact.
Wishing you, your family, friends and care givers all the best in 2021.
Kent BarrettCPHL President
The Federal Government, as part of its COVID 19 financial relief programs is committed to give $600 to all qualified people with disabilities. To qualify you must be registered to receive the Disability Tax Credit. If so you automatically receive it, either by direct deposit (or by a cheque). The Disability Tax Credit is a $8000 tax deduction that can be used every year. Not everyone may be registered for it. If people are not in a taxable situation, they may not have seen the merit in registering. All those people should consider registering now to qualify for the $600. Everyone has at least 60 days to get certified to get the Disability Tax Credit if you aren’t certified already. You need a doctor to sign the CRA T2201 form and submit it to CRA (Revenue Canada). I am attaching a T2201 form and a news release on the Federal program.
Registration forms have been emailed out to everyone on our mailing list, if you haven't received your form in your email, or if you are a new player this season, please click the link below to download a PDF of the 2019-2020 Registration form.
Registration is $100 per player plus $100 jersey damage deposit which is returned at the end of the season.
You may fill out the form, print it out and mail it to Mike Jorgensen, League Secretary (address can be found on the second page of the form). Or, fill out the PDF form (if you have Acrobat or some other PDF reader) and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org . Registration and jersey deposit cheques must be mailed, please print Attn: Mike Jorgensen on the envelope.
If you know of someone you think might be a good candidate for the league, please give them a copy of the registration form, or have them contact the league at email@example.com
Congratulations Machine, 2019 CPHL Champions!
Coach: Glenn Margetts
Remy Bernier, Taylor Eveleigh, Michael Falconer, Matthew Langen, Sheila Ann Langen, Nic Margetts, Hugo Moussu, Robert Olisoff, Hiroshi Popoff
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, and out of an abundance of caution, it has been decided to pause the remainder of the 2019-2020 CPHL season. The majority of our players fall in the "at risk" category if they were to catch the virus - ie: weaker respiratory and immune systems. It would be negligent of us as a league to allow our players, families, referees, and volunteers to potentially be exposed to Covid-19 by being in a high density venue as Vivo. The situation will be monitored by the League and, if things drastically improve in the next month or two, the Board may look at the feasibility of holding playoff games in the summer.
The awards banquet will unfortunately be cancelled also as a precaution.
Thank you for your understanding during this trying time.