ABOUT THE HDCOA joint project of the Government of Ontario and the amateur hockey bodies in Ontario, the HDCO was created to establish "one voice" for amateur hockey in Ontario and to play a coordinating role between the member organizations. (read more)
The HDCO is pleased with the tremendous response to this year's Sweepstakes contest, which is a testament to the value of promoting good sportsmanship in hockey. Congratulations to all our winners!
Read More HDCO Launches HTCP "Ask a Mentor" Program This new online interactive forum was created to enhance the e-learning program environment by providing an ongoing support system for our trainers. With the guidance of 6 experienced and reputable mentors, trainers now have the opportunity to post questions in a safe and collaborative enviornment concerning situations they may be facing as team trainer and to get answers or seek advice for their specific needs and challenges. This program is only available to trainers who have enrolled in the HTCP e-learning program. This initiative was made possible through a grant from the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport - Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund.
Quest for Gold Ontario Athlete Assistance Program 2016-17 The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport Quest for Gold OAAP for men's hockey Athlete Selection Criteria is outlined in the link below. The program supports Ontario's amateur athletes through direct financial assistance, enhanced coaching, and enhanced training and competitive opportunities.