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Our Spring Development Programs are now available!  

April 16-June 25, 2023

The programs that will be offered are as follows:

Mini C's (Phase 3) - Open to registrants of Phase 1 and 2

U7/U8 Fundamentals

For more info on these programs and to register, please visit our development page and select Spring Programs.  Or click the link below


By CMHA 12/09/2022, 2:15pm PST

Earlier this week, a news article was published regarding an incident which occurred involving members of the Coquitlam Minor Hockey Association (CMHA). As the incident in question remains an active investigation with the RCMP and Hockey Canada, we are unable to comment on specifics related to the incident at this time. 

In the same article, allegations were made with respect to a history of racist and discriminatory behaviour within CMHA. CMHA takes these allegations very seriously and we do not condone or tolerate any such behaviour within our organization. CMHA wants to reassure the public that, in collaboration with BC Hockey and Hockey Canada, CMHA has processes in place to ensure that any allegations of this nature lead to thorough investigations and are followed by appropriate action as required. 

CMHA continues to be committed to providing our community with a safe, fair, and fun way to engage with the game they love. There is no place for racism or discrimination in the game of hockey, and we look forward to providing more information as we work alongside Hockey Canada and BC Hockey to address systemic issues in and around Canada’s game.

-CMHA Board of Directors

Winter Development Programs

By Hanna Vandereijk 11/15/2022, 7:29pm PST

Our Winter Development Programs are scheduled Jan. 4 - Feb. 28, 2023

To view the Winter Programs, please visit our Development Page and select Winter Programs --> Program Schedules, or click the link below.

National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

By Rubin Prince 09/30/2022, 8:00am PDT

Dear CMHA Families,

Today September 30th commemorates National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day honouring First Nations, Métis and Inuit children who did not return home, Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. The day is also known as Orange Shirt Day, which reminds us through storytelling, the moment Phyllis (Jack) Webstad's new, shiny orange shirt was taken away from her. The date was selected because it is the time of year in which children were taken from their homes to residential schools, and acts as an opportunity to drive forward inclusive policies for the coming school year. It is also a time for everyone to learn and engage in public dialogue on the relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.

This time provides us an ongoing opportunity for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to connect and share stories, learn about Indigenous histories, values and experiences and celebrate Indigenous cultures.

It is important to learn and reflect on the impact colonization in Canada and Indigenous history has had on many of our brothers and sisters. We each can play an important role to create a more inclusive culture and community.

For more information and ideas on how to commemorate this day, please visit the Government of Canada website or the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation website

I invite all CMHA families to engage together today in meaning conversation, reflection, and true “ReconciliACTION” to ensure our path of lifelong learning is cherished as we move forward to a better future


Rubin Prince, President

Coquitlam Minor Hockey Association

Coquitlam Sports Fair

By Rubin Prince 09/01/2022, 2:15pm PDT

The City of Coquitlam hosted a Sports Fair at Town Centre Park on Saturday August 20.   With over 300 attendees, 21 community sports organizations, and lots of fun activities including slushies, inflatables, and try-it activities the fair was a great success.  CMHA had a number of player and parent volunteers on hand to speak to the attendees about minor hockey.   We hope to see a few more players join the CMHA family in the future!

Summer Development

By Registrar 06/22/2022, 11:00am PDT

Please visit our Development Page under Summer Programs for more information and the registration link. 




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