Under 7 (U7)


Parents and Guardians, 

This weekend we will be set up at the North Peace Arena checking vaccine passports as required. If you do not have the passport at this time, you will be allowed in to arena to dress your child but must leave immediately, we ask you do not loiter. Those who have volunteered as coaches, HCSP, and on ice helpers do not need to show their passports at this time.  

Masks will still need to be worn at all times by all persons aged 5 and up, no excuses. This is not an "essential service" so even with a doctors exemption you will either need to wear a mask or exit the building once your child is ready. While we know this is a challenging time for everyone, we are all doing our part to ensure our children get to have fun and play the sport we all know and love.  Becoming angry at coaches, HCSP's are all volunteers is not helpful. We are not the ones making the rules, just enforcing them to keep the kids on the ice. 


We will be putting in place the yellow card system that is there to protect our volunteers and our players. At the time of registration you would have agreed to the policy. The policy can be found in a downloaded and printable version on the website. I have also added it below with the yellow card system for convenience. 


I know for many this is a challenging time, your cooperation is appreciated. If you have questions or concerns please reach out to me at U7@fsjminorhockey.ca



Hello everyone,

Volunteer opportunities for "Vaccine Passport Check Oct 30-31" are now open.

Please click on the following web link (or copy it into your web browser if clicking doesn't work) to go to the signup sheet:


To sign up, just follow the instructions on the page. It only takes a few seconds to do.

Thank you for volunteering!

BC Hockey players, coaches, officials, volunteers or parent of any of the previous, shall adhere to the B.C

Hockey Code of Conduct set out below. Failure to adhere to this code may bring disciplinary actions.
1) Treat everyone fairly within the context of their activity, regardless of gender, place of origin, colour,

sexual orientation, religion, political belief or economic status.
2) Abide by the BC Hockey Harassment and Abuse Policy (5.16).
3) Refrain from the public criticism of fellow members be they volunteers, athletes, coaches, or officials.
4) Respect the dignity of others and refrain from verbal or physical behaviours that constitute harassment

or abuse.
5) Refrain from the use of profane, insulting, harassing or otherwise offensive language in my participation
in any BC Hockey event.
6) Direct any comments or criticism at the performance rather than the person.
7) Take the initiative to learn, respect, communicate and adhere to the rules and regulations for the sport
and the spirit of such rules, while encouraging other participants to do the same.
8) Abstain from the use of non-prescription drugs, tobacco products (or vapes) and from the drinking of
alcoholic beverages in the discharging of BC Hockey duties and responsibilities.
9) Discourage the use of non-prescription drugs and alcoholic beverages or the use of tobacco products in
conjunction with athletic events or celebrations.
10) At no time request, participate in or give into requests for sexual favours within any aspect of the game
and immediately report such instances to the appropriate body.
11) Communicate and cooperate with registered medical practitioners in the diagnoses, treatment and
management of medical problems. Respect the concerns these medical personnel have when they are
considering the future health and well-being of all participants and when making decisions regarding
the ability to continue to perform or train.
12) Follow the annual training, competitive programs and rules of conduct as mutually agreed upon by
Coaches and Athletes, while recognizing the responsibilities of the Athletes to adhere to and complete.
13) Participate in team training, practice and testing and satisfy all team program testing objectives.
14) Provide Coaches or supervisors with the results of training to enable them to monitor and assess
improvement in performance.

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1) The Association expects all of its members and spectators to abide by the mission and values of the
Association, Team First Philosophies and BC Hockey Code of Conduct. The Association has adopted a
Program which may be used to address inappropriate behaviour at Minor Hockey sanctioned events.
2) The Association may enforce the “Yellow Card Program” at facilities within the City of Fort St. John where
conduct of spectators becomes a negative factor during the course of the activity in the facility.
3) Negative behaviour should be addressed as promptly and discreetly as possible to deescalate the

situation. If this cannot be accomplished, an Association member may call 911 for intervention.
a) If this step is taken, an incident report is required to be filed with the City. The Association will forward
any incident reports to the appropriate MHA President.
4) Yellow Cards will be distributed to all teams through their HCSP.
a) Incident reports are available through the HCSP.
5) Yellow Cards are meant to act as a non-confrontational means of ceasing inappropriate behaviour.
6) Yellow Cards are issued as a reminder.
a) If the offender does not cease negative conduct please advise a game official.
b) The referee may stop the game until the spectator leaves the arena
c) On ice and bench behaviour is under the jurisdiction of the game officials.




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