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Submitted By Michelle Whyte on Monday, November 23, 2020
IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE (re-vised update)– NOV 23, 2020 

Please note that there was an error in the Framework document material that was issued from the province on Friday (Nov 20) regarding scrimmages and modified games in the Orange zone. The link was posted on our web site and stated that modified games and scrimmages were not permitted in the orange zone. It appeared contradictory and when we asked for clarification, we were advised that scrimmages and modified games may be played in the orange zone in accordance with all other OWHA and government requirements. The section has now been corrected on the Ontario site. Scrimmages and modified games may NOT be played in the Red zone or by Red zone associations and teams. Associations and teams in the grey zone are in lockdown and may NOT scrimmage, play modified games, practice or train. 

 The November 22 update can be found here:  https://www.ontario.ca/page/emergency-information

 Kind Regards,

Ontario Women’s Hockey Association

225 Watline Avenue

Mississauga, Ontario

L4Z 1P3

Phone 905-282-9980

Email [email protected]

Web www.owha.on.ca

Twitter @OWHAhockey

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