Pause on Sports Programming per Ontario Government, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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Pause on Sports Programming per Ontario Government
Submitted By OHF on Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Due to the increasing transmissions of COVID-19, the Province of Ontario announced on January 3, 2022, that it is returning to modified Step 2 of the Reopening Plan based on O. Reg. 263/20: Rules for areas in Step 2

In conjunction with this announcement, the OHF is pausing all in-person programming (games, practices, on-ice and off-ice training etc.) in its entirety beginning January 5, 2022, at 12:01am until 12:01am on January 27, 2022, unless restrictions are eased by the Ontario Government prior to. The only exceptions are for athletes training for the Olympics and Paralympics and select Professional and Elite Amateur Sport Leagues and Events who will operate via an approved Framework from the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health and meet all sanctioning requirements of their respective Member and in accordance with O. Reg. 263/20: Rules for areas in Step 2.

To navigate the newly imposed restrictions by the Ontario Government and the decision to pause programming by the OHF - a complete Q&A is available – click here.
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