NEWS RELEASE - Red “Control” Impact to City Recreation Program, News (Hamilton Jr Bulldogs)

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NEWS RELEASE - Red “Control” Impact to City Recreation Program
Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Sun 11 15, 20

Tomorrow morning at 12:01 am, the City of Hamilton will officially enter the Red “Control” category within the Provincial COVID-19 Response Framework. As a result, a number of changes are required to current recreation programming in Hamilton.

The link below is on the City of Hamilton's website and speaks to the impact of Hamilton moving into the Red (Control) category.


There are more specific changes to those organization affiliated with a Provincial Sport Organization (PSO). In particular for the ice users and activities within the arenas in the City of Hamilton the following restrictions are now to be followed:  


  • Facility capacity (50 person limit; including twin pad and Mohawk 4-Ice Centre)
  • Numbers permitted on ice (25)
  • No spectators
  • No Scrimmages or Game play
  • Changes to screening requirements

Please follow the schedule posted on the HJB Website for your Team.
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