Welcome To The Auction!


The main goal of our organization is to provide a safe environment where our girls will be encouraged to be the best they can be. Part of being the best includes not only on-ice performance but performance in the classroom and in their community. We strive to instill the virtues of leadership, self-confidence and sportsmanship in all of our players and volunteers within the organization. The Brampton Canadettes are committed to creating a great hockey experience for all of its players. Our mandate is to teach our players and volunteers valuable lessons through hockey that they can also apply to their lives away from the rink.

The Brampton Canadettes Annual Easter Tournament has been active since 1967 becoming the worlds largest tournament and showcase of female hockey. Teams of all ages and skill level compete from all over the world. Including championship games, as many as 600 games are played over less than 4 days with each team participating in no less than 3 games during the span of the tournament.



Winning Bidder Payment Information

Winning bidders will be contacted after the end of the auction to make arrangements for payment and pickup/delivery of their items.

Payment Types Accepted:

Debit or Credit Cards Only

Payments can be made at:

On Saturday, April 15th from 2 PM to 8 PM at Century Gardens Recreation Centre, 340 Vodden St. E., Brampton, Ontario

or if you are not in the area, please contact the Auction's Administrator for details

Winning Bidder Item Pickup/Delivery:

Winning Bidders can pick their items up on Saturday, April 15th from 2 PM to 8 PM at Century Gardens Recreation Centre, 340 Vodden St. E., Brampton, Ontario

Note: Shipping may require an additional fee. Contact the Auction's Administrator for details prior to placing any bids


General Auction Information

  • The time on this server will be used to determine the start and end times of the auction. This time may be off from your local time. Refer to the approximate time in the right hand side of this page.
  • When the auction closes, all bidders will receive an e-mail regarding the status of the items they have bid on.
  • The highest bid placed on an item, by auction close, is the winner. There can only be one winner per auction item. The auction administrator (group hosting the auction) agrees to sell the item to the highest bidder.
  • You must register an account in order to place bids. Click Register on the upper right hand side of this page in the login area. Once you have registered, a confirmation/activation will be emailed to you. You must click on the link in the email message to complete the registration process. If you haven't received your confirmation email, please check your "junk mail" or "spam" folder as it may have gone there. You can also re-request the confirmation email. The link for resending the activation code can be found in the login area.

NOTE: eFlea provides a service that facilitates silent auctions for charities & groups/fundraisers. The items up for bids in this auction are listed by the group raising the funds. eFlea is not responsible for the accuracy of the item listings. Please verify item details with the auction administrator(s) prior to placing any bid(s). While eFlea tries to verify the auction administrator(s) and charity/group, we cannot guarantee their validity. Please be cautious and participate only in auctions where you are familiar with the groups and/or administrators.

Information On The Bidding Process Frequently Asked Questions

Please Note that all bids are final. By placing a bid on an item you are agreeing to a contract. You will enter into a legally binding contract to purchase the item from the seller in the event that you are the highest bidder at the time the auction closes. You are responsible for reading the full item listing, and understanding the above instructions and accepted payment methods. The Seller (auction administrator) assumes all responsibility for listing these items. The bidder's source IP address is logged for all bid transactions. Persons placing fraudulent bids may be prosecuted in a court of law.