Leaside Memorial Protocol Updates

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Leaside Memorial Community Gardens Protocol Updates October 27, 2021 200 spectators in the building at one time – not affiliated with a particular participant /skater. Facemasks must be worn at all times except for participants on the ice. However facemasks will be required for coaches and trainers while participating on the bench as well as the timekeeper is applicable 50 …

City of Toronto Permit Holders & POV Screening Oct 14

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October 14, 2021 RE: Proof of vaccination screening in arenas Dear Arena Permit Holder: In follow-up to the communication sent to you on October 8, this is a reminder that beginning Saturday, October 16, the City will be providing staff at permitted arenas for proof of vaccination (POV) screening between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. Permit holders whose permitted time …

UCC Arena

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COVID-19 Facility Rules: Maximum number of skaters is 24 to support physical distancing in dressing rooms. No spectators, except youth/children under the age of 18 can have one parent/guardian. That person may not enter the changeroom or any other room within the facility – ie: the lounge will not be available so they would have to stand rink side. Masks …

City of Toronto Permit Holders & POV Screening

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October 8, 2021 RE: Proof of vaccination screening in arenas Dear Arena Permit Holder: On Friday, October 1, we sent an email to inform you that the Parks, Forestry and Recreation division was in the process of arranging temporary staffing at arenas for the purposes of Proof of Vaccination (POV) screening. These temporary arrangements are in place to provide coverage …

City of Toronto

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On September 14, the Ontario government released regulations and guidance for businesses and organizations in implementing proof of vaccination requirements for their customers, effective September 22. Businesses and organizations will be responsible for ensuring they meet the provincial requirements for proof of vaccination against COVID-19. Proof of vaccination and personal identification (e.g. driver’s license, birth certificate, utility bill, etc.) is …

Paramount Ice Complex

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Hello Paramount Customers, Please be advised that as of Wednesday, September 22, 2021, the Province of Ontario has implemented a proof of vaccination requirement for participation at indoor recreational facilities. Starting September 22nd, visitors, participants, officials, coaches, instructors, spectators, etc. will need 1 of the following to be permitted entry into the Paramount Sports facilities, including King’s Elite Kitchen: proof …

Rinx Covid-19 Protocols and Waiver

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PROTOCOL: ~ Group size will be limited to 50 people total, this includes players, parents, spectators and coaches. If the group exceeds the 50 person limit, RINX staff will ask the organizer to select people to leave the facility. ~ We recommend that players get dressed at home as much as possible but changerooms will be available. There will also …

Mattamy Protocols

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All visitors to the Mattamy Athletic Centre will be required to show proof of double vaccination upon entry. This does not apply to patrons under the age of 12 but it does apply to their 1 accompanying parent/guardian. There are no exceptions to this policy. It will be your responsibility to deal with any upset patrons when they arrive at …

Malvern Protocols

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Entering & Exiting Face coverings must be worn in all areas of the facility except for on-ice. Face covers should remain on until just before the team is to go on the ice. Players and team staff must enter through the East Arena Entrance doors for screening by city staff no earlier than 15 minutes prior to ice time. Rink …