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QUESTIONS ABOUT THE RETURN TO HOCKEY
Submitted By James Beard on Monday, January 25, 2021
We have received a number of inquiries about the return to hockey since the recent announcement of kids returning to in class learning...(PLEASE READ ON)

Currently the arenas are still shutdown in accordance with the Provincial Government lockdown that continues until February 11th at this point.  
While we have not closed the door the on the 2020/2021 season we as an association have to continue to adhere to all regulations contained within the lockdown parameters. 
Please understand that things change rapidly during this current situation and once we have finalized information that we can pass along we will do so.
We appreciate your understanding/patience during these unusual and uncertain times.
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