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Gearing Up For the Season - Hockey Gear & Car Seats
Submitted By Josh Hamilton on Friday, October 2, 2020
As we prepare for our first weekend back on the ice, the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario has a message for hockey parents.

The long-awaited hockey season is finally here and with the new procedures for arriving at the rink fully dressed except skates and helmet, Brampton Hockey, the OMHA, OHF and the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario would like to remind parents of the precautions they should take with their children who are still in car seats.

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