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Return to Ringette Guidelines
Submitted By Steve VanDyk on Sunday, July 19, 2020
Ringette Ontario’s Return to Ringette Guidelines are founded on the overriding principle of encouraging and providing a safe environment for all participants and team members and volunteers. The Return to Ringette Guidelines seek to allow the maximum amount of participation possible for all members of the organization while adhering to Provincial Health regulations.Ringette Ontario has focused the decisions in this document on our values: Community, Collaboration, Character, Challenge and Competition. We must work as a team in order for us to get safely back on the ice.

 

This document is understood to be organic and will evolve as needed based on what is occurring in the Province. We will continue to build on these plans and provide further details and resources as we move forward and gain a better understanding on what expectations on sports will be.



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