New Provincial COVID Framework, News (North Halton Girls Hockey Association)

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New Provincial COVID Framework
Submitted By Carolyn Tegelaar on Thursday, November 5, 2020
The provincial government issued a new COVID-19 framework on November 3, 2020 that is expected to replace the previous guidance by the province and the region of Halton as of Saturday morning. Based on this guidance and contingent on confirmation Friday that Halton will be placed in the Yellow - Protect Zone as proposed, we expect scrimmages and modified game play will be able to resume as of Saturday in both Milton and Halton Hills.


The North Halton Twisters will return to our previously communicated return to play protocols that respect all the requirements set out by the provincial government, the OWHA, the Town of Milton and the Town of Halton Hills. Further information will be provided to all house league players as soon as possible. On Monday, all Rep teams will revert to the previous team schedules that include the bubble games with Burlington, Oakvile and/or Hamilton as previously determined.

There are still a number of items that need to be clarified in the new provincial framework and we will continue to update you as things progress.  We ask for your patience and support as we readjust to these revised regulations and do our best to have a smooth transition back to game play for this Saturday.



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