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The attached memo was issued by the Ontario Hockey Federation , dated May 29th regarding Ontario’s Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries clarification about the easing of the restrictions on sport activities.

This information is provided as a service, and the North Bay and District Trappers Hockey Association has no independent comment or opinion on matters covered.

The document OHF_Bulletin_-_Phase_One_of_Ontario_s_Reopening_Amendment.pdf was attached to this post.

Update

Posted by North Bay & District Trappers Hockey Association at May 25, 2020 7:20PM PDT
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The NBDTHA would like to inform their valued members and future members that we continue to wait for direction from the NOHA via Hockey Canada and the OHF on when and how minor hockey will return.

We have been in initial discussions with the NOHA through virtual meetings. The next meeting will take place on June 9, 2020 when we hope to have more information that we can share with current and future members.

It is the NBDTHA’s full intention to operate all of our teams for the 2020/21 season. We look forward to sharing more information as it becomes available.

NBDTHA
Board of Directors

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The NBDTHA would like to announce to all players, parents and partners that due to the COVID-19 situation we are suspending all operations until further notice. This will include tryouts for the coming season, coaching announcements, our annual AGM etc. Once the NOHA and Hockey Canada has approved the return to regular hockey operations the NBDTHA will begin to plan for the 2020/21 season.

We want to thank all of our players, parents and partners for their understanding and stress for all of us to stay safe during this difficult time.

Respectfully,
NBDTHA
Board of Directors

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Attached, please find a quick FAQ supplied by the NOHA.

The document NOHA_-_FAQ_-_CoVID-19__1_.pdf was attached to this post.

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From the OHF:

The health and safety of all participants in the sport is of the utmost importance to the OHF and its member partners. As such, tryouts for the 2020-21 season will not be conducted this Spring. Instead the OHF will provide guidance on when the introduction of the 2020-21 season will begin, subject to the Hockey Canada Board of Directors’ future decision when to reinstate all Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities. Such introduction will take into consideration ice availability, capacity and other logistics involved in organizing hockey programs.

The OHF and its member partners will be in direct contact with all members to establish when sanctioned activities can resume.

Further information will follow as it becomes available.

Click here to read notice on OHF Site.