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Update Refund Policy July 23, 2020
Update Refund Policy July 23, 2020 

Given the current COVID situation, PSMHA has revised its refund policy to protect the interests of the Association, Players and Members.  Prior to participating in the 2020-2021 season, a member of each household will need to acknowledge that they have read and understood this policy. 




Update Refund Policy July 23, 2020

Given the current COVID situation, PSMHA has revised its refund policy to protect the interests of the Association, Players and Members.  Prior to participating in the 2020-2021 season, a member of each household will need to acknowledge that they have read and understood this policy. 

Refund of Registration will be calculated as follows other than the specific situations as noted below:All players except for Initiation Program (U5)

Prior to September 1st is 100% of registration costs less the admiration fee of $50
Prior to October 1st is 75% of registration costs less the admiration fee of $50
Prior to November 1st is 50% of registration costs less the admiration fee of $50
Refunds will not be issued after November 1st. 

Initiation program (U5)

Prior to October 1st is 100% of registration costs less the admiration fee of $50
Prior to November 1st is 75% of registration costs less the admiration fee of $50
Prior to December 1st is 50% of registration costs less the admiration fee of $50
Refunds will not be issued after December 1st. 

If at the beginning of the season, PSMHA is not able to provide a team for the registered player, the full registration fee is refundable and the administration fee will not apply. 

Special circumstances due to COVID-19 and Pandemic Planning for the season.

In the event, registration fees have been paid and prior to the start of the season, the programming has materially changed (ie shorter season, shift in game play), the athlete may ask for a full refund without the administration fee.  Once the season has started, the normal refund policy applies. 

In the event that the season is cancelled through an order of the Ontario Government, Canadian Government, Hockey Canada, OHF, OMHA or any other recognized governing body of the sport, the following refund policy will apply: 

For Players U8 to U18·
         
Season is cancelled in September a refund of $700 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in October a refund of $600 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in November a refund of $500 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in December a refund of $400 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in January a refund of $300 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in February a refund of $200 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in March, no refund will be issued 

For U7 & U21 Players·         

Season is cancelled in September a refund of $400 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in October a refund of $325 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in November a refund of $250 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in December a refund of $175 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in January a refund of $100 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in February a refund of $50 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in March, no refund will be issued 

For U5 Players·     
    
Season is cancelled in October a refund of $225 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in November a refund of $175 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in December a refund of $125 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in January a refund of $75 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in February a refund of $50 will be issued·         
Season is cancelled in March, no refund will be issued
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