City of Ottawa Ringette News!
The upfront investment for a ringette-specific cage and stick can sometimes be a barrier to joining our ringette community. If you are a FUN player and require a ringette cage or stick for the season, CORA is please to offer a new equipment loan program to help. Our inventory includes: 30 Powertek v3 Ringette Cages…Read More
It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for, registration for the 2022-23 season is now open! Ringette Ontario has mandated the use of a new registration system this season, RAMP. Here are some items to note with this new system: It will only charge the appropriate Ringette Ontario membership and insurance fees, all CORA fees will…Read More
Our longtime president, Phyllis Bergmans, has stepped down after many years. Phyllis joined the board in our 2013-14 season, occupying several different roles, from convenor up to president. She has championed our Come Try Ringette events, and coached for over a decade. Even as her own daughter moved away for university, she continued as…Read More
The City of Ottawa Ringette Association (“CORA”) and the Nepean Ringette Association (“NRA”) agreed to launch a three year pilot project called the “Welcome Year” which started in the 2017-18 season. The Welcome Year is a project that provides U8 players and recreational players new to ringette with the opportunity to select their home association…Read More
The girls are donating $500 to two charities: Ringette for All and Tornado relief.Read More
The City of Ottawa is home to two University level ringette teams. Seven CORA Alumni and their respective teams both had very successful seasons. Chelsea Harris and Hannah Khouri won a silver medal at the Canadian University Challenge Cup playing for the University of Ottawa. Sarah Cram, Christie Kellam, Sarah Lemkow, Emma Thom and Holly…Read More
Congratulations to the CORA alumni from Carleton University pictured left to right: Christie Kellam, Emma Thom Sarah Cram, Holly Wolf and Sarah Lemkow who won Gold in the inaugural Dave Bennett University Divison at the 2018 AA Provincials, defeating UofO at 8:49 into overtime on a goal by Christie Kellam.Read More