COVID 19 UPDATE

Updated January 11, 2022

The province has moved into a “modified Step 2 of the Roadmap to Reopen” – matches can still meet indoors with limitations 

Effective January 11, and only if you feel comfortable, matches are still permitted to meet indoors as long as public health guidelines are followed. This means no more than five people are gathering and everyone is able to practice physical distancing during the visit.

Rides in cars are also still permitted as long as everyone in the vehicle is wearing a mask.

Whether indoors or out, masks are required when you are not able to stay two meters apart.

This change is in accordance with the announcement made by the Ontario government on January 3rd 2022.

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