📅 Last Updated: December 23rd, 2021
Since the start of the pandemic, the Canlan Sports and the ASHL have been—and will continue to be—in compliance with all Provincial + State Government and Public Health guidelines, regulations, and protocols.
As we continue to play our scheduled games through a changing dynamic, we wanted to re-affirm our commitment to your safety while you’re at Canlan Sports to play your ASHL game.
At all of our Canadian locations, proof of full vaccination and photo ID is required for entry into our sports complexes. Additionally, many locations require the completion of a Health Check Form for pre-screening.
In addition to these measures, we’ve also continued to implement the following provisions:
- Spectator Capacities: Where applicable, our spectator capacities have been reduced to ensure they’re in alignment with regulations.
- Wild Wing: Our on-site Wild Wing locations have all employed the necessary capacity, physical distancing, and related requirements required in each jurisdiction
- Masking: Players and spectators are required to wear a personal protective mask at all times unless actively participating on the playing surface or consuming food and beverage at the Wild Wing. We recommend that players wear an N95 style mask, and our on-premise ventilation has also been upgraded with Merv 13 filters. We also recommend that participants who are able to do so, receive the booster dose of an approved vaccination as soon as they’re able to do so.
If your team is unable to play your scheduled game due to safety concerns over COVID, we encourage Team Reps to contact their designated ASHL League Manager a minimum of 24-48 hours prior to game-time.
In the event that one of the participating teams is unable to play a scheduled game, we will do everything possible to secure a suitable alternate opponent. If an alternate cannot be found, the remaining team is able to utilize the ice for their own use.
If both teams are unable to play, we will do our best to re-schedule the game; however, that option cannot be guaranteed at this point.
As we continue to follow all public health protocols, we’ll continue to ensure that we’re able to play our ASHL games as safely as possible.
We thank you for your patience and understanding, and we wish you and your families well throughout the holiday season and into 2022!
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