Still time to register as camp dates vary by area
With BC Health’s announcement this week that the province has officially moved into Step 2 of the Restart Plan, BC Hockey’s AAA Identification Camps are 100% set to go! Camps throughout the province will take place at various points over the next two months, with the first camp kicking off tonight with hopeful players looking to earn a roster spot with the South Island Royals in Victoria. There is still time to register for all camps and to give yourself the opportunity to play AAA hockey next season. Please click here to find out the exact dates in your area..
All potential camp participants are required to register for the AAA Identification Camps (links below). If any players have previously submitted the “Intent to Participate” form, which was sent out in February, you must still register for the AAA Identification Camps. The Intent to Participate form was for information purposes and is not a registration document.  
Q: Where to register?
·        Female U18 – Click Here
·        U18 and U17 – Click Here
·        U15 – Click Here
Q: What is the cost to attend the camp?
A: The cost is $300.00 plus GST per participant.
·        Female U18 - $315 total
·        U18 - $315.00 total
·        U17 - $315.00 total
·        U15 - $300.00 total (GST is not applicable to this age group)
Q: Do I have to participate in a AAA ID Camp to participate in AAA programming?
A: All players who wish to participate in AAA programming must complete an evaluation process to be considered for a AAA roster. The ID Camp is the primary evaluation process for all players.
Q: How does the AAA ID Camp process work?
A: CLICK HERE for the evaluation process policies for all the AAA programs.
Q: How do I know what zone I am eligible to participate in?
A: You can find a full breakdown of BC Hockey AAA draw zones here.
Q: What if I cannot attend my zones AAA ID Camp?
A: If a player is unable to attend a AAA ID Camp, the participant must contact the AAA coordinator to request a late try-out. If the player is successful in being granted a late try-out, the participant will work with their zone's general manager to coordinate an evaluation.
Q: Will there be a Prospects Camp?
A: Due to the adjusted timeline of the evaluation process there will not be a Prospects Camp for the 2021-22 season. Please note that all AAA teams will have the ability to request access to the residential waiver process.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email zone@bchockey.net or call the BC Hockey office at 250-652-2978.
We look forward to seeing at the rink soon!

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