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Moving Into RED ZONE
Submitted By Kathy Dittrich on Friday, December 18, 2020
Red Zone

As Niagara moves into the Red Zone effective Monday December 21st, the TAAA has made the difficult decision to suspend hockey until Niagara moves back into the Orange Zone.


With the Ontario Hockey Federations guidelines and the Provinces restrictions, providing hockey in the Red is logistically and financially not feasible at this time. 

Our member’s safety is of the upmost importance to us and we will resume hockey once it is safe to do so. 
Families will be offered a pro-rated credit for the weeks where hockey has been suspended; this will be finalized at the end of the season. 

We will remain connected to the Ontario Hockey Federations guidelines and will provide hockey again once we are able to. 

Have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season.
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