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COVID Protocol Update
Submitted By Kim Bailey on Wed 02 16, 22
This is an update sent from the City:

Yesterday the Government made an announcement that restrictions are easing as of Thursday February 17th, 2022.


Capacity limits only remain in spectator areas. All other areas of the Facility including the ice have no limits
Red pad is limited to 924 spectators.
Green pad is limited to 90 spectators.
Civic Centre is limited to 240 spectators.

We will remove skate on and off areas.

No one needs to come to the rink dressed as of Thursday.

We will allow rentals to enter 30 minutes ahead and you will have 30 minutes to leave as well.


Masks are still required at this point in all areas except while on ice.

Enhanced vaccine passport and ID is also still required for all persons 12 years and up. 

No spitting remains in place! Do not spit on the players benches or in dressing rooms.

Contact tracing is NOT required.
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