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Protocols for Stakeholders & Parents/Guardians/Caretakers
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Thursday, October 29, 2020
ALLIANCE Hockey and our Member Associations are thrilled to resume programming that brings great benefits to participants such as exercise, which is crucial for health and mental wellbeing and for socialization, especially during the pandemic. 

ALLIANCE Hockey recognizes that we are all experiencing challenges that are associated with the Return to Hockey amid the COVID-19 pandemic such as no/limited dressing room access, no/limited spectating access, etc.

These protocols have been implemented to ensure the safety of all participants and are essential variables associated with not only the safe return to hockey but also the maintenance of safe programming.

Minor Hockey Associations and Team Officials are working tremendously hard to ensure that all participants may partake in on-ice activity and deserve to be treated with respect.

Municipalities, Health Inspectors, Facility Operators, etc. are also assisting with the services that guarantee the continued operation of our sport and deserve to be treated with respect.

As Stakeholders/Parents/Guardians/Caretakers, we must work together to ensure that protocols, regulations, and rules are strictly adhered to at all Facilities to ensure that we are provided with the opportunity to maintain current programming.

Hockey is a privilege.

Please do your part to continue to adhere to local regulations as this will safeguard the programming that is so desperately required. 
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