New Arena Policies, News (Ayr Flames)

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New Arena Policies
Submitted By Jaime Coyle on Saturday, December 18, 2021
New Arena Procedures:

Effective Sunday, December 19, we are permitted 50% capacity in our facilities, including change rooms.  Each change room at the NDCC will be allowed 10 people at one time and each change room at the ACC will be allowed 8 people at one time. 




  • Players and coaches may enter 30 minutes before their scheduled ice time.  Spectators may enter 15 minutes before the scheduled ice time.
  • All spectators and all players/coaches will be required to show proof of vaccination and identification to be allowed entry into an arena.  Players born in 2010 or later do not require proof of vaccination but may be asked for identification to show proof of age.
  • Please remember that masks are to be properly worn in the change rooms and in the stands.
  • Benches will be placed in the hallway for players/participants to use instead of a change room, if they wish. We cannot assign more rooms for the teams, as with the enhanced cleaning protocols, there is not enough time for staff to keep up with cleaning additional rooms.  Our best option here is to ask that everyone comes as fully dressed as possible for their ice time. 
The Province has prohibited the sale of food and beverages in certain facilities, including our arenas, therefore our concession booth at the NDCC will be closed effective Sunday, December 19.

We are asking spectators to not congregate in the foyers and hallways and to limit bringing food or beverages into the recreation facilities (water for sport is exempted). Only consume these items if absolutely necessary, and re-mask as soon as possible after consuming within the recreation facilities. These measures are in place to encourage mask wearing while in our recreation facilities.

Thank you for helping to advocate with your members/participants for respect and enforcement of wearing masks, keeping physically distant, practicing good hygiene and getting vaccinated.  We’re all in this together and we appreciate everyone doing their part to help slow the spread of this very contagious variant.

Regulations and directions are subject to change based on further direction and/or guidance from the Province and Regional governments.


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