If you've joined the WEHL (http://www.wehl.on.ca/) then hockey clinics are probably starting for you this week and in fact the league posted a notice yesterday that it is full, though it does have a waiting list if you're still interested.
If you haven't registered your child for hockey yet (who's thinking of hockey this early in the year right?) then consider another great neighbourhood option:
Fisher Park Skating and Hockey
If you're testing the waters or just want slightly less of a time commitment, then Fisher Park Communtiy Centre offers some great options - learn to skate, power skate and indoor hockey (as well as outdoor hockey in the winter session). Details of the specific programs are below (though always double check with them - I'd hate to steer you wrong). Registration for fall programming starts on Tuesday, September 13th and registration for winter programming starts on November 14th. Programs themselves start the week of October 10th.
For more detail, stop by the Community Centre at 250 Holland Avenue (in the school) where you can pick up a pamphlet or call them at 798-8945. They do not have a web site. Some of their programs fill up quickly so you should be there when registration opens to ensure a spot.
Learn to Skate for 3-12 year olds on Saturdays from 12-12:50 and 1-1:50 at Tom Brown Arena starting October 15th;
Power Skate for 8-14 year olds on Saturdays from 1:00-1:50 at Tom Brown Arena starting October 15th;
Indoor Hockey for 5-8 year olds from 6:6:50 and for 8-11 year olds from 7-7:50 on Tuesdays starting October 11th at McNab Arena, 180 Percy at Gladstone;
Outdoor Hockey will be offered in the winter session (when there's ice!)