Halton Region Placed in RED Control Level Effective Monday November 16th, News (Burlington Girls Hockey Club)

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Halton Region Placed in RED Control Level Effective Monday November 16th
Submitted By Jenn Wagar on Friday, November 13, 2020
Effective Monday, November 16th 2020

This afternoon Premier Ford announced that the Halton Region will be moving into the “Control (stringent measures) – red” level of the COVID-19 Response Framework.  

This will once again impact our players and families.  Effective Monday, November 16, 2020 the following guidelines will be in place:

  • The maximum number of persons permitted on a rink is 10 (8 players, 1 coach, 1 trainer)
  • No gameplay or scrimmages 

All hockey operations are permitted to operate at the status quo for this coming weekend only.   Current capacity rules and regulations will be strictly enforced.  Please respect the one spectator per player rule to ensure that all players will be able to participate in their games this weekend. 

We ask for your patience as we connect with the Halton Region and City of Burlington on any additional regulations.  Once we are able to determine a course of action moving forward we will reach out with further updates. 

To review the full statement released by the OWHA, please see below

 

Sincerely,

The BGHC Board of Directors

.................................................

Attention OWHA Members,

 

IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE

Premier Ford announced, today, that Ontario is implementing additional Public Health measure in the following regions, as a result of their higher than average rates of transmission.

Toronto will be in the Control (Red) as of tomorrow with Hamilton, Halton and York Regions moving into the control (Red) category as of Monday November 16.

Team Sports in these areas are limited to training sessions only (no games or scrimmages).

Teams from these areas are NOT permitted to participate in modified games or scrimmages in other parts of the province. Gathering numbers are also impacted with no more than 10 inside and 25 outside. Numbers cannot be combined.

We urge you to check the detailed information that is available through the Government of Ontario web site.

All OWHA programs must be in compliance with the Government of Ontario, local health unit and OWHA Return to Hockey requirements.

 

 

Kind Regards,

Ontario Women’s Hockey Association

225 Watline Avenue

Mississauga, Ontario

L4Z 1P3

Phone 905-282-9980

Email [email protected]

Web www.owha.on.ca

Twitter @OWHAhockey

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