SPORT Program 

Background Information

The SNCC offers a variety of sport programs community members can participate in throughout the year.  The programs are offered either by the community centre or in partnership with existing leagues, organizations and clubs.  The sport programs offered through the SNCC are tailored to children and teenagers. For adult and senior activities please visit the SNCC Fitness & Recreation section.


St. Norbert residents can register for any of the programs within the dates identified in the program summaries.  The majority of sport registrations can be done online through a link provided in the program summary below. Another option is registering in person at predetermined dates at the community centre by filling out the general registration form.

To download the form please click Registration Form fill it out completely and submitting it to the SNCC along with payment.

 The SNCC will register all St. Norbert residents into their appropriate program of choice, if at the end of the registration period there is not enough participants to field a team for any sport, age category or gender division the SNCC will work with neighboring community centres to ensure every child has an opportunity to participate.

Registration is open to participants who live within the St Norbert catchment.  If you do not live in St Norbert catchment please register with your local community club.  If you would still like to play in our catchment, requests can be made when registering with your community centre.

Please note that online registrations are closed at the deadlines posted, no exceptions.  

If a parent wishes to register after the deadline must do so in person with the form filled out and full payment made along with a $10 late registration fee.  Late registrations are confirmed by the sport convener upon review of team rosters for that sport, age group and gender division. There is no guarantee your child(ren) can make a team with late registration but the SNCC will do its best to find a roster spot.    

Late registration payments will not be processed until confirmed by the convener, if it is not accepted parents can pick up the payment at the SNCC office.


Ringette is a uniquely Canadian game that was created 50 years ago to resolve some of the issues related to providing girls with opportunities in sport. Due in part to its local roots, and its female focus, Ringette has grown into more than an internationally recognized competitive sport with opportunities for all ages. It has become a tremendous community of family and friends with a like-minded passion for a sport that is exciting, engaging and entertaining!

The SNCC would compete in the Southwest Winnipeg Ringette Association (SWRA).

The SNCC is compiling information about the upcoming season and will post it here when it becomes available.

Age Groups

Ringette offers the following age groups:

R4U | U10 | U12 | U14 | U16 | U19

​*R4U ‘Ringette 4 U’ is for ages 3-8 years. 


Registration dates for Ringette occurs in late August or early September in any given year.  The 2020/21 registration period will be posted in the News section when it is finalized. 

Registration will be done in person at the SNCC, please download the registration form, print it out, complete all sections and bring it to the registration session along with payment.  Please print clearly so the registration volunteers can properly enter all the information into the database.  

Please note that your child will not be considered registered and may not be placed on a team until full payment has been received.

Registrations received after the deadline will be handled on a first come, first serve basis but does not guarantee a spot on a team.  The convener will check availability and inform the parents as quickly as possible. 


The 2020/21 season fees have not been finalized and will be posted in this section when it becomes available.  In 2019/20 fees ranged from $470 for R4U to $505 for U19.

Competition & Practice Schedule

A link to the league’s competition schedule will be located in this section and will go live when it is finalized.  SNCC team practices will be shared with the parents via email and post in the news section.


The hockey program the SNCC is involved with is managed through a partnership with the South Winnipeg Hockey Association (SWHA) who serves the St. Norbert and South Winnipeg community centre catchment areas.   

The SWHA offers a variety of hockey programs for residents of South Winnipeg and St. Norbert.  Please click the link to check where your child would best fit.     


Registration opens August 1 through to the first week of September in any given year through the SWHA website.  The link will take you to the registration section of the site and offers instructions for completing the process.   


The SWHA Registration and Fees section outlines the fee structure for the upcoming season.  Please monitor the site for updates for the upcoming 2018/19 season.  There will be a detailed fee information sheet in that section as well.

Competition & Practice Schedule

The SWHA Schedule outlines the competition schedules for the various leagues and divisions.