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First Shift Program!



Hey girl! Are you 6-10 years old and have never played hockey?  We want to help you learn the game! We are offering a six week program to learn fundamental hockey skills! This program is limited to 30 participants and your $229 registration fee includes all ice time and full Bauer equipment! 

For more information and to register with this program, visit First Shift.


What next?


After First Shift, you can continue with our Shooting Stars program!  Teaming up with CanSkate, the 10 week program includes qualified and certified skating coaches to continue on-ice skills!  Stay tuned for more information....

Proof of Vaccination Required at City Indoor Arenas

Sept. 21, 2021

Starting Wednesday, September 22, 2021, patrons entering the City’s indoor recreation facilities are required to provide their vaccination receipt or medical exemption alongside government-issued identification in accordance with Ontario Regulation 645/21. This requirement is in addition to existing active screening procedures. 

Before entering one of the City’s indoor recreation facilities, patrons must provide proof of identification and proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including the 14-day waiting period). Vaccination receipts may be shown electronically or in hard copy. Proof documents will not be retained or recorded in any way and must be provided at every visit.

Acceptable proof of identification:

A piece of government-issued ID that includes name and date of birth (e.g. birth certificate, citizenship card, drivers licence, health card, status card, passport, permanent residence card) is required to be shown along with proof of full vaccination.


The following individuals are exempt from showing proof of vaccination under the Provincial regulation:

  • Those under 12 years of age;
  • Those under 18 years of age, and entering the indoor premises solely for the purpose of actively participating in an organized sport 
  • Coaches, referees, volunteers, workers, contractors, repair workers, delivery workers, students, inspectors or others who are entering arena for work purposes and not as spectators
  • Those who provide a written document, completed and supplied by a physician or registered nurse in the extended class, that sets out, in accordance with the Ministry’s guidance
    • A documented medical reason for not being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and
    • The effective time-period for the medical reason

*** SEPT 16TH, 2021 ***


TBWHA is excited to announce our JUNIOR DIVISION registration link is now open for the upcoming 2021-22 season


U7/U9                       $300/player (may be reduced based on sponsorship) 

U11                          $450/player 

U13, U15, U18         $600/player 

Fury tryouts              $60/ player




Senior Registration

The registration is a two part process. 

Step 1:
Register with OWHA's RAMP Platform from Sep 27 - Oct 3.
Press the RAMP link above or follow this link
Please ensure you select the Senior Package 

Step 2:
Register with TBWHA and make payment during this process with Credit Card.  This step will open be open between Oct 4-10 NOW OPEN

Junior Registration

The registration is a two part process.  All participants MUST register with TBWHA by pressing the register now button above AND register for a RAMP account and complete the appropriate electronic forms.  

The RAMP program is OWHA's new player registration platform.  All players will be required to complete this process each year by selecting the correct participant package.

Rowan's Law 

Ontario Government Mandates New Concussion Program for Sport

All Players and Parents MUST review

Concussion Awareness Resource e-booklet can be found at link below