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Submitted By Rolland Cyr on Friday, November 27, 2020
For Immediate release.  Regarding COVID 19 RED Control Measures under the Open and Safe Ontario Framework for all teams and the return to House League Hockey.


KMHA has been informed that Provincial interpretations of the public health regulations have been altered and the following has changed for all sporting groups.

  • The total number of members of the public permitted to in all classes, organized programs or organized activities at any one time indoors in a facility must be limited to the number that can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from other persons at the facility, and in any event cannot exceed 10 people.
    • The limit of 10 people applies to members of the public participating in classes, organized programs or organized activities, not the employees, coaches, officials, trainers, spectators or accompanying parents/guardians.


  • There are not specific limits on the number of employees, coaches, officials and trainers; however, it cannot exceed the number of people who are able to maintain a physical distance of two metres and all people must maintain a physical distance of two metres from anyone else.

(KMHA recommends that each team limit their team staff to no more than 2 coaches and 1 trainer)


  • No spectators are permitted to be in the facility. However, a person under the age of 18 years who is engaged in activities in the facility may be accompanied by one parent or guardian. The parent or guardian accompanying a person under the age of 18 years is not considered a participant in the class, organized program or organized activities and is not included in the 10 person limit above.


KMHA is please to announce we will reconvene all House League programs effective immediately. Team schedules have been updated. Any ice time removed from team schedules from Tuesday till now, will be made up in the coming weeks as we are able to secure ice to replace them.


These changes are in effect for all teams under the KMHA umbrella.

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