Hockey Manitoba releases second Amended Version 10 of Return to Play plan for the 2021 – 2022 season

Hockey Manitoba has released a second Amended Version 10 of our Return to Play plan to clarify Manitoba Health’s isolation requirements for those who test positive for the COVID-19 virus. Isolation requirements for positive COVID-19 test results: People who have tested positive and are fully vaccinated and do not have symptoms need to isolate for five…

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Message to all Members of Hockey Winnipeg

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Hockey Winnipeg is aware of individuals disregarding and contravening existing Public Health Orders within our Area Associations and around the Province. The Hockey Winnipeg Executive wants to reinforce that these types of behaviors are NOT acceptable and any occurrences following this notice will result in the immediate removal of non-complaint families from Hockey Winnipeg programs, without refund.…

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COVID-19 Rapid Testing for Youth (12-17) for Indoor Sports

As of December 6, 2021, public health orders require youth aged 12 to 17 years attending indoor sporting and recreational facilities (including schools) to provide proof of: at least one dose of the Pfizer BioNTech or Moderna vaccine for COVID-19 OR a recent (within 72 hours) negative Rapid Antigen Test result Negative tests need to…

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Urgent Update – Mandatory Masks

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Hockey Manitoba would like to provide clarification for our members regarding face masks. Based on the province’s current public health orders that took effect today, Friday March 5, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., it is mandatory for players, coaches, officials, off-ice officials, volunteers, parents, and spectators to wear face masks when attending Hockey Manitoba-sanctioned activities.  This includes players and coaches being…

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Hockey Manitoba releases Version 6 of Return to Play plan

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Based on the province’s public health orders that take effect on Friday March 5, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., indoor ice rinks will be permitted to open for practices and drills.  There will no longer be a one to one requirement and no organized games or tournaments are allowed.  Groups of a maximum of 10 players will be able to participate in practices (excluding coaches…

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SJAMHA Outdoor Hockey – February 13 update

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With Manitoba Health and Hockey MB allowing outdoor hockey to resume as of Feb. 12, hockey associations throughout the city have been tasked with deciding how this could take place and sort out logistics. There is a SJAMHA board meeting on Monday evening which will determine our course of action for outdoor hockey. We will…

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February 4 update

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Dear SJAMHA members, Last week, Hockey Winnipeg made the very difficult decision to cancel the remainder of the Hockey season. SJAMHA is working on several decisions that need to be made very soon. Hockey Winnipeg and SJAMHA will be working to provide fair refunds to our members over the next few months. The refunds will…

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Hockey Winnipeg Position – Outdoor Organized Sports

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The Province of Manitoba has released a proposal for loosening restrictions that could go into effect on Saturday, February 13th 2021. Among the proposed changes, organized outdoor sports are listed. While we understand that this is an exciting potential development, we would like to remind our members that this change is only a proposal at…

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Hockey Winnipeg Directive – January 30, 2021

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(SJAMHA will be sending all members a message in the very near future about possible future programming) Effective January 30, 2021 the Board of Directors and Executive Members of Hockey Winnipeg have made the difficult decision to cancel the remainder of the 2020/2021 Regular Hockey Season and Playoffs.  This directive excludes those teams that participate…

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January 22 update

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Hello SJAMHA members, Thank you for your patience in dealing with the variety of restrictions that are affecting our minor hockey season this year. The probability of having a hockey season this winter is based on the lifting of provincial public health orders and the availability of ice facilities for teams to compete and practice…

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