End of SWMHA 2019-2020 Season as a result of the Covid 19 Crisis, News (Southwest Bullets)

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End of SWMHA 2019-2020 Season as a result of the Covid 19 Crisis
Submitted By Jay Talbot on Tue 03 17, 20
The Ontario Minor Hockey Association’s foremost priority is the health and safety of our participants, volunteers and hockey families. We have been proactively working alongside Health Canada, Hockey Canada and local public health officials in regards to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). In light of recent events, the OMHA Officers have made the decision to immediately suspend all hockey activities. We will be proactive in informing our constituents on all upcoming protocols and required actions as they become available.

The SWMHA appreciates the support of all our Players, Families and Friends this season and look forward to getting things back to normal for the 2020/2021 Season
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