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COVID Update - Lockdown
Submitted By Josh Hamilton on Friday, November 20, 2020
Peel Region moves to full lockdown. How does this affect Brampton Hockey?

As per the recent announcement from the Provincial Government that Peel Region is being moved into the Lockdown level, the City of Brampton’s recreation centres will be closed as of Monday November 23rd at 12:01am.

All ice will continue this weekend but as a result, all scheduled practices, goalie Academy and Rec Academy beginning Monday have been cancelled.

The Region of Peel is set to be within Lockdown level until at least December 21, 2020. Leading up to that date, BHI will continue to monitor this status and should the region be moved back into Control (or any other) level, we will review if/when we can continue with on-ice development. 

The website will continue to be the primary source for any/all updates as we release them.
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