A team's logo and colors must have a positive effect on its players and fans to always feel like winners when decked out in logos and symbols that scream, "This is OUR team."
Is there a logo in ball hockey that is more representative of a team than the CANADA leaf that is the NBHAC Team Canada program, it’s classic and timeless in the red and white. OUR Leaf is iconic, not only in that it easily identifies the most popular nation in the sport, but also because of the significance of the maple leaf in the country.
The alternate logo is a take on The Ohio State University, but unequivocally our take on OUR team and OUR history and part of OUR identity.
The alternate logo is classic in design and brilliant in its simplicity. The “C” represents the members and alumni of the MTC, WTC and JTC and is bright and distinctive. Perfect in its simplicity, the C represents CANADA and the nine leafs represent our National teams. The bottom five leafs represent the JUNIOR program and U14, U16, U18, U20 and Girls U20 teams and will be the future of the program as they look up to the adult program in the top leafs. The top four leafs represent the Men's (Open & Masters) and Women's (Open & Masters) teams. The grey represents the borders of the nation and the BALL HOCKEY across the logo represents as the anthem states, ‘From far and wide, O Canada we stand on guard for thee’.
The CANADA leaf and the new “C” will continue to be instantly recognized and distinctively CANADA BALL HOCKEY representing the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada.
With Glowing Hearts We See Thee Rise
#LetsGo #WeReady #WeAreTeamCanada #BeTheStandard
Georgian Sport Medicine & Physiotherapy opened in June 2017 in hopes to provide both advanced research based medical and rehabilitative services to our community and sports teams.
They began with one Physiotherapist Erica Reynolds and Doctor Dr. Andrea Jones and have grown into a multidisciplinary clinic offering Physiotherapy, Massage, Sports Medicine, Chiropractic, general Dietary Services and Kinesiology.
We will be posting various exercises and techniques with their wonderfully talented kinesiologist for developing and providing daily workouts for our population with exercises. These videos will also include tips to modify exercises for any person starting June 3 and subsequent Wednesdays.
We thank Rachel Jorgensen for her positive energy, great ideas and dedication to her profession, the clinic and the sport of ball hockey!
Master’s Staff Openings
Our goal is to build a program that is recognized as the best in world. We have a reputation for excellence in our sport coupled with a strong sense of community, which fosters growth. We will prepare and assemble a Team of Ball Hockey Players from Canada to compete for Gold Medal at the World Championships.
The goal is to field teams that set extra-ordinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity. To create a “life experience” for members of Team Canada.
Athletic activities are an important part of our life experiences and this is reflected in our achievement in inter-provincial competition. We are seeking an outstanding individuals including, General Manager, Head Coach, Team Doctor, Therapist and Equipment Manager to be a part of our Team Canada program for each of our Masters teams competing at the Masters Elite World Championships in Niagara Falls, July 30 to August 2.
The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada strives for excellence - in the quality of its players and community leaders and in the long tradition of athletic achievement. We are currently seeking a qualified candidate’s for the following contracts in preparation for the 2020 World Masters Championships.
As you are well aware, the world is battling with the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As responsible citizens, it’s safe to say that all of us need to be aware of proper personal protective hygiene.
Many of our spring/summer programs will commence in the next month or so, but as many of you are aware municipalities have closed operations until April 5 and then will supply updates for the local community.
In Canada, we do have the advantage of being supported by the public health system, but it will take all of us as individuals to practice proper hygiene habits to flatten to curve and halt the progression of this infectious disease.
The NBHAC will, however, continue to monitor and assess the situation as well as the recommendations of Provincial Health Units and with the actions of the Municipal Facility operator in curtailing or cancelling operations at the community centres and arenas.
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Outbreak update
An outbreak of pneumonia (called 2019 Novel Coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, or COVID-19) broke out in Wuhan China in late 2019. The situation is being closely monitored by the Public Health Agency of Canada. Status of public health risk to Canadians is updated on this web page.
Thank you for keeping everyone healthy.
The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada is hosting four Development Skills Camps of all levels and four age groups as an introduction to the sport or to enhance player skills.
The Development Skills Camps will be administrated and run by members of Women's, Men's and Junior Team Canada.
The camps will be hosted in Brampton, Oshawa, Ottawa and Penetanguishene on April 18 and 19.
For the 2020 camps, please click here for the form and submit it to the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada (NBHAC) no later than March 31, 2020