By-Laws and Policies

The OHF is taking steps to protect the rights of trans youth and ensure that they play hockey in an inclusive environment.

Ontario Dressing Room Policy

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Ontario Confidentiality Statement

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Ontario Dressing Room Policy Implementation Guide

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Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions file that will help to understand the policy, its background and the implementation.

Ontario Dressing Room Policy FAQs

This includes the Co-Ed Dressing Room and Confidentiality policies, recognizing the rights of trans youth to:

  • access all facilities and services in accordance with their self-identified gender identity and expression;
  • be addressed by their preferred names and pronouns; and
  • have privacy and confidentiality with respect to their gender identity.

Training and/or education, as appropriate, is being delivered to all team officials before the start of the season. For more information on the training, click here

  • The policies identified pertain to the operations of the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF). As determined by our governing body, the policies are listed here to provide you with information in the event you find yourself in a situation that a policy addresses. Please review all our policies at your earliest opportunity and check back for new additions.

The OHF By-Laws, Regulations and Playing Regulations are updated for the 2023-2024 Season:


OHF By-Laws

OHF Privacy Policy

OHF Playing Regulations

OHF Regulations