Steps for Electronic Payment: Applicant creates and sends an e-Transfer through their online banking to Blake Giberson. They will also need to create a security question and password that we will need to receive the money.
They then send another email to Blake Giberson, with their name, the security question and password, and what the payment is for (registration, records, etc).
Alternatively, you may mail cheques to:
210 Wedgewood Lane
Tecumseh, Ont. N8N 4J5
If you wish to submit a record form via mail, please email Glyn Moore to request a copy of the form. He will guide you through the application process.
OPA Membership Electronic Application
Electronic Club Affiliation Form. Please remember Clubs are registered from 1 Jan to 31 Dec each year. Clubs need to re-register each year. It is best to do this by the end of the year to have clubs available for next year. It takes time to get the information confirmed to publish on the website and in eSport.
Records: Submit directly with the on-line records application.
See bottom of page for Important Information Regarding Forms!
Becoming an OPA member automatically entitles you to a CPU (Canadian Powerlifting Union) membership. The CPU is affiliated with the IPF (International Powerlifting Federation). To determine if you can become an OPA member, click here. Fill out the Membership Application Form & Waiver Form
Enter a Contest
Anyone entering an OPA sanctioned competition must send a completed and signed Contest Entry form along with payment to the Meet Director or specified individual. You must be an OPA Member in order to compete in an Ontario Championship.
Competitors from out of province must possess the appropriate IPF membership to compete in other contests. Example: A lifter from Quebec can compete in an open competition as a CPU member affiliated with the QPF (Quebec Powerlifting Federation). Fill out the Contest Entry Form.
Club Affiliation Benefits of being an affiliated club of the OPA:
- Only registered clubs can enter as a team in a contest
- Only registered clubs can sanction and host a contest
- Clubs can play a part in promoting powerlifting in their communities
- Clubs are provided visibility on the website and newsletter
Sanction a Contest
To host a contest in Ontario, Meet Directors must sanction the contest with the OPA. Refer to the rules on the Contest Sanction Form.
Note: Contact your Regional Chairperson or the President if help is required with the logistics of hosting a Powerlifting competition.
Refer to the Constitution and Bylaws for the types of expenses reimbursed by the OPA. If you qualify, use the General/Travel Expense Form
Steps to ensure that your record becomes valid — click here
Important Information Regarding Forms
There are 2 parts to the OPA/CPU Membership:
The above information is very important for this form as your CPU card is printed from the information written on this form. We understand that because Ontario is such a large province, sometimes it is difficult to train with a club once a week. If you are training a minimum of at least 2-3 times a month with a club, you may be affiliated with this club. Indicate this on your membership form. It is important for team awards at competitions. You CANNOT change clubs less than 3 months prior to a contest once you have registered. This is to eliminate stacking clubs to win the team award. To change clubs, the registrar must receive this information via e-mail or post, not a phone call.
CONTEST ENTRY FORMS
The information collected on the meet entry form is very important to provide the meet director with information on lifters attending to best set up flights and obtain awards. Remember, you must have a valid OPA Membership and e-True Sport Certificate to compete in any competition in the OPA/CPU. The entry form link will be available on the Event in the Calendar.
Note: Refer also to the Constitution and Bylaws for further clarity