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Team BC & the 2016 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC)

                  
 
 
The Team BC Player Selection Camp for 2016 NAHC held at the
Matsqui Rec Centre in Abbotsford, BC - April 8-10, 2016 has concluded.  
 
Congratulations to all of the 130 Aboriginal youth from across BC who came to Abbotsford to work hard and display the fantastic skills and talent within you!  The male and female Team BC squads have been selected (see roster tabs) and we extend our congratulations to those youth who will represent BC and their communities as they journey to Mississauga for the 2016 NAHC.  
 
This website will be a resource for Team BC's participation in the 2016 NAHC during the months of April/May.
Please visit regularly for updates.
 
For more information about Team BC - NAHC, and the Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council,
visit www.aboriginalsportbc.ca and visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/ASRPAPartnersCouncil, or contact:
 
Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council
Alissa Derrick, Program Coordinator  teambc@bcaafc.com
1.800.990.2432 (toll-free) or 250.388.5522 
 
 
 
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Team BC Player Selection Camp for 2016 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships
 
REGISTRATION FOR THE SELECTION CAMP IS NOW OPEN. 
Registration closes at midnight on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.  
 
PRE-REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY.  NO "WALK-INS" ACCEPTED.
 
Selection Camp Dates:  April 8-10, 2016
Location:  Matsqui Recreation Centre, Abbotsford, BC
 
The Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council, through the oversight and coordination of its Provincial Hockey Committee, will host a three-day Player Selection Camp at the Matsqui Recreation Centre in Abbotsford, BC from April 8-10, 2016 to evaluate and select the province’s top Aboriginal male and female hockey players to represent British Columbia at the 2016 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC). 
The 2016 NAHC will be held in Mississauga, Ontario from May 1st - 7th, 2016.
 
Team BC is represented by ONE MALE TEAM and ONE FEMALE TEAM - each composed of the top bantam/midget aged* players from across BC.
 
 
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO TRYOUT?
Players must meet the following criteria to be eligible to participate in the Camp:
  • Male: Bantam or Midget age as of the 2015/16 competitive season (born 1998 to 2002 inclusive).
  • *Female: Bantam or Midget age as of the 2014/15 competitive season (born 1998 to 2002 inclusive) and those born 1996 to 1997 inclusive as the female team can carry up to a maximum of two (2) overage players. 
  • Resident of British Columbia and of Aboriginal ancestry.
  • Registered with BC Hockey or another Hockey Canada Branch*.  (*Please note, if you are a player who is not currently registered with BC Hockey, we can renew your membership for an additional fee of $40.00 as part of your Camp registration.)
 
WHAT IS THE CAMP FEE?
The Camp Registration Fee per player for the 2016 season is $120.  Fee includes a Team BC Selection Camp practice jersey.  Payment via PAYPAL is now available.  We will also accept cheques or money orders  (payable to BCAAFC) for payment. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED.
 
IF I AM SELECTED TO TEAM BC, WHAT IS THE TEAM BC FEE?
As the 2016 NAHC will be hosted in Mississauga, ON., Team BC's flight costs are much higher than past seasons.  Every player registering for the Selection Camp is required to acknowledge the Team BC fee, it will be in the range of  $500-$750 CND (TBD ASAP) and verify that should they be selected to Team BC, they will be prepared to submit their payment of the fee (in form of cheque or money order payable to BCAAFC) before end of day (5PM PST), Sunday, April 10th.
 
* Selection of Team BC players are made on Sunday, April 10th at the Camp.  It is preferred that players named to Team BC provide the cheque for their Team BC fee on Sunday April 10th directly to Team BC Staff (i.e. come prepared to provide a cheque, so, should you be selected to the team you can pay your fee immediately).
 
WHAT DOES THE TEAM BC FEE COVER?
The Team BC fee includes 2016 NAHC registration fee, Team BC apparel, return flight Vancouver to Mississauga, accommodations in Mississauga, ground transportation to/from competition venue, breakfasts and dinners while in Mississauga.  
 
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE TEAM FEE?  (i.e. what additional monies may be required if I/my child made Team BC?)
Players need to make their own travel arrangements to get themselves to Vancouver for the team flight to Mississauga and back home from Vancouver upon returning May 8th. The departure flight from Vancouver will be announced soon. Any 'baggage fee' that may be required by the airline is the responsibiilty of the player. Meals needed en route to Mississauga and on the return trip are the responsibility of the athlete (e.g. purchasing a meal for the plane ride).  Players will also need to bring daily lunch money and any spending money they may wish to have.
 
 
National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC)
The NAHC provides a forum for elite Bantam/Midget age Aboriginal hockey players from across Canada. The event aids in fostering cultural unity and pride and celebrates the athletic abilities of Aboriginal athletes from across the country. Team BC is represented by ONE MALE team and ONE FEMALE team which comprise the top bantam/midget aged players from across the province.
 
Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council
The overarching mission of the Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council (Partners Council) is to improve the health outcomes of Aboriginal people across British Columbia by supporting and encouraging physically active communities and by expanding access to sports and recreation opportunities. The Partners Council has established six regions across BC inclusive of the Northwest, Northeast, Interior, Fraser, Vancouver Coastal, and Vancouver Island. This structure brings together community sport, recreation, physical activity and health leaders from within each Region to establish committees, set priorities and create annual plans for advancing sport, recreation and physical activity in their area.
 
 
 
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For more information on the Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council visit
www.aboriginalsportbc.ca or find us on Facebook:  facebook.com/ASRPAPartnersCouncil.
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