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ATTENTION: ALLIANCE Hockey Member Associations - COVID-19 Update
Submitted By Brady Parr on Thursday, March 12, 2020
Alliance Hockey is keenly aware of the current COVID-19 situation and are communicating with Public Health Authorities and Hockey Canada to determine the best go-forward procedures as they relate to our game. Attention and monitoring of the situation is occurring daily, and we will continue this practice until further notice.

Team Officials:
Please ensure that any COVID-19 inquiries and team concerns (including players, Staff and parents/guardians) are filtered through your Member Association.
ALLIANCE HOCKEY is and will work in conjunction with our Member Associations to provide immediate support.

Hockey Canada has also released this Bulletin<http://members.hockeycanada.ca/bulletins/bulletins.aspx?ID=5395> with important reminders relating to COVID-19.

We will provide further updates as required and appreciate your continued cooperation.

Thank you,

Tony Martindale
Executive Director,
Alliance Hockey
519-273-7209
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