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Return to Ringette Update
Submitted By Steve VanDyk on Saturday, July 25, 2020
Return to RingetteSanctioned Activities Date
 UpdateEffective today, Ringette Ontario has removed the date restriction on sanctioned Ringette activities in Ontario.  Associations wishing to conduct ringette activities may do so upon receiving confirmation by Ringette Ontario that they are able to demonstrate their capability to comply with Ringette Ontario's Return to Ringette Guidelines.

Return to Ringette
Sanctioned Activities Date - Update

Effective today, Ringette Ontario has removed the date restriction on sanctioned Ringette activities in Ontario.  Associations wishing to conduct ringette activities may do so upon receiving confirmation by Ringette Ontario that they are able to demonstrate their capability to comply with Ringette Ontario's Return to Ringette Guidelines.
 
Associations will have to maintain compliance in order to keep their insurance active.  Ringette Ontario will maintain an active list of Associations and their status on their website. 
 
The Ringette Ontario Board, Executive Director and Technical Director invite Association Presidents to a RTR Meeting on Tuesday, July 28th at 7:00pm via Zoom.  All Presidents are invited to attend or send one delegate on behalf of their Association, in order to learn more about next steps for getting back on the ice.   We will be sharing the Return to Ringette process requirements at that time and will answer any questions you may have specifically with regards to next steps.  Please contact Pam Julian at [email protected] to register for this event.  Please note only the Association President and/or CSL may attend. 
 
Associations are strongly encouraged to submit their COVID Safety Leader (CSL) contact to Karla Xavier at techdire[email protected]  as this will be the first requirement in the process.  The RO Team will be working closely with your Association CSL to make sure that the process goes as smoothly as possible. 
 
We understand that this has been a challenging time for our community, and we thank our members for their support and patience. We truly appreciate the respect and kindness which has been shown to the staff throughout this unprecedented situation. We will continue to move forward in the spirit of our Ringette Values of Community and Collaboration with the goal of getting back on the ice as safely as possible.
 
Best Wishes,
 
The Ringette Ontario Team 
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