January 3, 2022 – Provincial Government Update on Hockey Activities , News (Peterborough Girls Hockey Association)

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January 3, 2022 – Provincial Government Update on Hockey Activities 
Earlier today, the Ontario Government announced that the province will temporarily return to a “modified” Step 2 of the Reopening Ontario Plan

The restrictions that will be introduced as of Wednesday, January 5 will include:

Closing indoor sport and recreational fitness facilities including gyms, except for  athletes training for the Olympics and Paralympics and select professional and elite  amateur sport leagues. Outdoor facilities are permitted to operate but with the  number of spectators not to exceed 50 per cent occupancy and other requirements.

The PGHA will pause all hockey activities effective Jan 5, 2022 for the expected 21 days.

The remainder of practices and games today and tomorrow can proceed based on each team’s comfort level.  If you intend to cancel, we will need to notify the City as soon as possible.

Further information on the impacts of this pause to our season and the resumption of hockey activities will be shared as more becomes known. 

In the meantime, we hope that everyone stays safe and healthy.  Please follow government guidelines to protect yourself from the spread of COVID-19 and bring on the pond hockey!


Links to announcements:

https://covid-19.ontario.ca/public-health-measures#recreational_amenities

https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/200263


From the City: 

please ensure to send all questions regarding contracts/cancellations to [email protected]

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