NWW COVID-19 Relevant Information

WARRIOR FACILITY PROTOCOLS

City and Provincial Guidance

Details on the City of Calgary Vaccine Passport Bylaw: Vaccine Passport Bylaw

General guidance from the Government of Alberta (updated Sept. 25, 2021): Government of Alberta Requirements for the Restrictions Exemption Program

Please not that many of these are superceded by the City of Calgary Bylaw however may be applicable at Springbank and other facilities outside of city limits.

 

What to do if there is a positive case:

Hockey Calgary Positive Case Protocol: U7-U11 (updated Oct. 4)

Proof of Negative Test Requirements

The updated Guidance Document has a great section regarding this. Specifically:

  • A self-test completed offsite is not sufficient evidence to support entry into a facility operating under the REP program.
  • The test result should be a written or printed copy that indicates the individual has tested negative for COVID-19 on a Health Canada approved rapid antigen, rapid PCR, or lab based PCR test approved by Health Canada or the lab accreditation body of jurisdiction.
    • Self-produced documentation of a negative result is not sufficient evidence to support entry into a facility operating under the REP program.
  • Documentation of a test completed offsite must include:
    • A clear indication of the laboratory or the health care professional that completed the test (e.g., DynaLIFE), the type of test, time of sample collection, and clear indication of a negative result.
    • If the result of a rapid test is being verified by a health care professional, a written record must also include the name, phone number, contact information, professional registration number, and signature of the physician or nurse practitioner.
    • A picture or any other written documentation of a rapid test result taken off site is not sufficient evidence for entry.
    • Businesses may implement programs that include rapid testing completed offsite provided the integrity of the results and reporting is congruent with an onsite program and the business maintains quality control and assurance oversight.
    • Individuals must not bring completed rapid tests or self-tests to operators, as they can pose a communicable disease risk during transportation.
    • Only a regulated health care professional (acting within their scope of practice, in accordance with the College’s Standards of Practice) or an accredited laboratory may provide written diagnostic confirmation of near care or rapid care test results to an individual for the purposes of the REP.

NWW Facility Information

Protocols by facility
  Masks & Physical Distancing Vaccine Proof Required* Spectators allowed? LiveBarn Available?
West Hillhurst Yes Yes – 12+ 1 per participant Yes
Brentwood Yes Yes – 12+ 1 per participant No
Triwood Yes Yes – 12+ 1 per participant

(max 36)

No
Crowchild Twin Yes Yes – 12+ 2 per participant Yes

2 meters minimum distance between spectators at all times and must always wear masks. 

Please do not congregate in common spaces; wait outside between ice times.

Arrive at the arena no more than 30 minutes before your scheduled ice time.

Please respect these rules so that we can keep the kids playing and allow parents to watch them.

Please review the Hockey Calgary Mask Requirements: Hockey Calgary Mask Requirements

Full Hockey Calgary Return to Play: Return to Play August 2021

 

AHS Daily Checklist

Below is a simple cheat sheet/FAQ to go through!

Parents: Can I attend Hockey Today Cheat Sheet

HOCKEY CALGARY RESOURCES

Return to Hockey Association Resources: Click HERE

Hockey Calgary Positive Case Protocols 2021-22

 

What to do if you are infected with COVID, have COVID symptoms, are exposed to COVID, or have questions!

COVID-19 Cheat Sheet

On this page we will list relevant information regarding COVID-19.  Please check periodically for updates.

Printable version of the TeamSnap Health Check