OHF Bulletin: 2021 Summer Programming, News (Powassan Hawks Minor Hockey)

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OHF Bulletin: 2021 Summer Programming
There are two documents that layout the programming for the 2021‐2022 season which are the OHFReturn to Hockey Framework and the Seasonal Calendar and Regulations of the Traditional Season.Within these documents there is not a clear direction of what is allowed after June 1, 2021.

Local Hockey Associations are able to provide “Non‐Traditional Recreational Programming” (Regulation
1.41) that would be sanctioned as long as it conforms with the Ontario Laws, municipal, PHU, etc. The
ability to provide this programming would be from the time that the Ontario Government Stay at Home
order is lifted until August 20, 2021.
 Participation is only for the programming and participation does not provide opportunity to
continue with the Local Hockey Association that has provided programming for the 2021‐2022
season unless allowed by OHF Regulations.
 Participation is to be open to all participants that are eligible to the PHU based on the Colour
Codes.
 Programming cannot be based on 2020‐2021 teams or potential 2021‐2022 teams.
Association programming that is non‐competition based. Is focused on providing skills to any participant
regardless of skill by an Association. (ie. Skill only / Hockey school)
 Participation is only for the programming and participation does not provide opportunity to
continue with the Local Hockey Association that has provided programming for the 2021‐2022
season unless allowed by OHF Regulations.
 Participation is to be open to all participants that are eligible in accordance with Bulletin 20‐065.
 Programming cannot be based on 2020‐2021 teams or potential 2021‐2022 teams.

To: OHF Members
From: Phillip McKee – Executive Director
Date: 5/20/2021
Re: 2021 Summer Programming
Bulletin ID: 21-028

In anticipation of the relaxation of Ontario’s COVID-19 restrictions in the coming weeks the Ontario
Hockey Federation has approved the attached “2021 Summer Programming” document which provides
Members the opportunity to sanction programming during the summer of 2021. Programming must
comply with document and Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework: keeping Ontario safe and open.
Such programming opportunities will be available when Ontario’s Stay at Home order is lifted and must
conclude by August 20, 2021.
Local Hockey Associations are able to provide “Non‐Traditional Recreational Programming” (Regulation
1.41) that would be sanctioned as long as it conforms with the Ontario Laws, municipal, PHU, etc. The
ability to provide this programming would be from the time that the Ontario Government Stay at Home
order is lifted until August 20, 2021.
• Participation is only for the programming and participation does not provide opportunity to
continue with the Local Hockey Association that has provided programming for the 2021‐2022
season unless allowed by OHF Regulations.
• Participation is to be open to all participants that are eligible to the PHU based on the Colour
Codes.
• Programming cannot be based on 2020‐2021 teams or potential 2021‐2022 teams.
Association programming that is non‐competition based. Is focused on providing skills to any participant
regardless of skill by an Association. (ie. Skill only / Hockey school)
• Participation is only for the programming and participation does not provide opportunity to
continue with the Local Hockey Association that has provided programming for the 2021‐2022
season unless allowed by OHF Regulations.
• Participation is to be open to all participants that are eligible in accordance with Bulletin 20‐065.
• Programming cannot be based on 2020‐2021 teams or potential 2021‐2022 teams.
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