Update - November 7, News (Caledon Female Hockey Association)

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Update - November 7
Submitted By Sarah Stewart on Saturday, November 7, 2020
As you are likely aware, Peel Region has been moved into the “red level” under the province’s new colour coded, tiered COVID-19 response framework.  Under the ‘Red-Control’ level, gatherings are limited to 10 people indoors, including the number of skaters permitted on the ice.  
 


As you are likely aware, Peel Region has been moved into the “red level” under the province’s new colour coded, tiered COVID-19 response framework.  Under the ‘Red-Control’ level, gatherings are limited to 10 people indoors, including the number of skaters permitted on the ice.  

All hockey participants under the age of 18 will still be permitted to access the arena with one parent/ guardian to assist them. All hockey participants should continue to arrive ready to play with the exception of helmets and skates. Once the parent/ guardian has completed assisting the hockey participant they must leave the changeroom area and wait in the spectator area away from the ice surface at social distance from other parents/ guardians. Following the on ice activities parent/ guardians can return to the changeroom area to assist hockey participants being mindful of gathering restrictions and social distancing. These regulations will remain in place until further notice.

It is our understanding that ice times will remain the same as they were during the previous 28 day restriction period.  Once we have confirmation on the times, they will be communicated to you.  

If you have questions please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

Continue to stay safe, 

The CFHA Operations Committee

 
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