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Covid19 Update April 30, 2021

Effective today we are no longer able to train indoors in the provincial ‘hot spots.’ This could be for as little as a couple of weeks or longer, depending on positive cases. Please see this link for the definition of ‘hot spots‘ as the locations are variable and case-dependent.

For our sport, the sections below are applicable:

Indoor Sport and Recreation Activities

Mandatory, additional restrictions for hot spot regions – Effective April 30

  • All youth and adult indoor sport, including team sports, group physical activities, recreation and one-on-one training sessions, are prohibited.

·       This applies to all youth activities, including for students still learning in classrooms.

·       All indoor recreation facilities must close.

·       Outdoor recreation amenities can be open to public access unless specifically closed by public health order.

  • Outdoor sport and recreation activities may continue under province-wide restrictions currently in place:
    • Outdoor team sports where two-metre distancing cannot be maintained at all times (such as basketball, volleyball, soccer, football, slo-pitch and road hockey) remain prohibited.
    • Outdoor fitness training is allowed, as are physically distanced group fitness classes with a maximum of 10 participants.
    • Outdoor group physical activity with different households must be limited to 10 people or fewer and two-metre distancing must be maintained at all times.

Indoor Fitness

Mandatory, additional restrictions for hot spot regions – Effective April 30

·       All indoor fitness activities are prohibited. This includes:

o   group physical activities, such as team sports, fitness classes and  training sessions

o   one-on-one lessons and training activities

o   practices, training and games

·       Outdoor fitness activities may continue if all other province wide restrictions and safety measures are followed