U7, U6, and Hockey Basics Programming Suspended, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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U7, U6, and Hockey Basics Programming Suspended
Submitted By Matthew Broga on Tuesday, November 24, 2020
The City of Cambridge informed HMHA late Monday afternoon that the Region of Waterloo Public Health Unit was requiring strict adherence to the 10 person maximum limit for all ice arenas across the region due to the COVID Red Zone restrictions.

We have been working with both the city and the region to better understand if there is an opportunity to allow a single parent/guardian spectator per child. However, until spectators can be allowed safely into the arena, the HMHA has decided to suspend programming for U7, U6, and Hockey Basics.

We hope that programming can resume soon.

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