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Provincial Pause on Hockey
Submitted By Martin Jefferson on Monday, January 3, 2022
Today, the provincial government announced restrictions on indoor sport effective 12:01 am Wednesday January 5, 2022.

NMHA will pause all in person hockey related programs from Wed Jan 5th until Wed Jan 26th 2022.

We have removed remove all ice times from the calendar for all teams during this time.

Any ice time from Thursday January 27th until end of the season will remain on the calendar pending further instruction from the Provincial Government.

We look forward to having everyone back on the ice at the end of January.

We will provide our membership with updates as they come in.

Details of today's announcement can be found here

Stay healthy and take care.
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