OHF Return to Hockey Update, News (Windsor Minor Hockey Association)

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OHF Return to Hockey Update
Submitted By admin on Monday, August 3, 2020
WMHA Familes, 

The OHF has recently released an updated framework as to how our season can be structured, based on the current stage/phase our local health unit declares us to be in. This is a two way road, and can move forward or backward depending on the health units recommendations. 

The WMHA is working diligently with the OMHA, OHF, and local health unit to ensure we can offer the highest level of hockey programming when we are allowed to do so. Please take a look at the information package below. The safety of our membership is the number one priority through all of this. We are working to ensure we maintain a high level of safety and sanitation through the pandemic, and if we all do our part we can hopefully return to normal programming sooner than later. 

We encourage anyone still interested in participating this year to register so we can get a better concept of our ice needs for this upcoming 2020-2021 season. We will provide you with updates as they are released to us, and we hope to see you at the rinks soon. 

https://www.ohf.on.ca/media/tukpds4s/ohf-return-to-hockey_0731.pdf
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