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CAPACITY LIMIT CHANGES
Submitted By Faye McLeod-Budd on Monday, December 20, 2021
We have received an update from the Town of Georgina with respect to changes to capacity limits at the Town Facilities including the Georgina Ice Palace as a result of the recent provincial announcement.

Please take note that effective December 19th 2021, capacity must be 50% as per the provincial announcement. That said, all hockey activities will have a maximum 50 persons on the ice at all times. Our skating programs and other non hockey related bookings will be at 75 maximum.  Spectator capacity will return to 2 spectators per participant.

All other measures including contact tracing and screening of all persons remain in place.


Please make sure you are using the RAMP app to RSVP and Health Check prior to each practice/game. Spectator information can also be recorded on RAMP. Only 2 spectators allowed per player.

Also, masks must be worn at all times until helmets are on and heading to the ice.
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