The Nova Scotia Mi'kmaw Youth, Recreation & Active Circle for Living (MYRACL)
has actively been involved in bringing quite a number opportunities for
elite hockey development for both male and female elite hockey athletes
from the various Mi'kmaw First Nations of Nova Scotia to the National
Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC) over the past number of years
2002 NAHC (Cornwall / Akwasasne, Ontario)
2003 NAHC (Cornwall /
2004 NAHC (Prince George, British Columbia)
2005 NAHC (Miramachi, New
2006 NAHC (Kahnawake', Eastern Door & the North),
Through the partnership and cooperation of MYRACL, along with the many
volunteers at the various community levels, the dedication of volunteer
coaches and management and especially the financial support from the
communities themselves... we have been able to travel the country with
these athletes and experience high caliber Aboriginal hockey at its best
in the midget age category.
Some of the players that have participated in these national championships
over the past few years from our regions have also qualified through a
national selection process to attend the National Aboriginal High
Performance Hockey Camp, usually held each year after the NAHC.
In some of these profiles that you can access through this website, you
will be able to see the locations of the various national events, their
event profiles, and as well the final results from Team Mi'kmaw Nova
Scotia Male & Female Teams (2002 & 2003) and Team Atlantic Male
& Female Team (2003).
We hope to update these web pages to
include pictures of past players, games and team photos as soon as
For more information on the 2006 NAHC, please visit the link found on the
left hand portion of the page and look for the updated "TRYOUT
SCHEDULE" that will be posted for all players, coaches and team
management to plan in the very near future.
Last changes to this page made:
November 20th, 2005.