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Safety Protocols
Submitted By Jamie Campbell on Thursday, September 10, 2020
Safety protocols have been developed in consultation with the Ontario Hockey Federation, Ontario Minor Hockey Association, Provincial Government Regulations, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Regulations and the Town of Wasaga Beach.

The WBMHA and its members will be required to follow safety rules and regulations in order to provide the safest environment for all its participants and attendees. 

Team officials and parents will ensure that the following measures are abided by. Failure to respect the well-being of others and safety measures in place can result in removal from the arena and WBMHA.

Read the Safety Protocols by clicking here.
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