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COVID-19 rules update Ontario Government
Submitted By Leanne Vidler on Sunday, November 8, 2020
Information from the OWHA in regards to Ontario's new tiered reopen system

As a result of these documents (link attached), please be advised that teams in Prevent (Green), Protect (yellow) and Restrict (orange) may play modified 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 hockey within the OWHA protocols, Return to Hockey and modified rules. Teams in Control (red) may not scrimmage or play modified games either in or outside their area. Peel and Toronto are currently in red.

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