For immediate release -Starting on Friday Nov 6th 4:00PM All spectators, all parents, all players (when not on the ice) and coaches off/on ice (coaches can remove mask to communicate with players when maintaining 2 meter distance to provide instructions and then resume wearing the mask) , must wear masks at all times when entering the Scott Safety Centre for WMH related activities/events/Practices & Games. Kids 5 years and younger and those with medical conditions are exempt. 
All spectators must complete WMH Contact Tracing Form by clicking the following link WMH Contact Tracing Form
or scanning the following QR Barcode   
Confirmed COVID-19 cases are increasing in our community and across the province. Recognizing how COVID-19 is impacting Whitecourt and our region, community members are asked to remain vigilant in mitigating the risk of getting sick or spreading COVID-19. Universal masking is not a replacement for social distancing, hand & cough hygiene and symptomatic individuals who must remain in self-isolation. For information on how you can help, and details on how Whitecourt is monitoring the pandemic, please refer to the attached press release by Town of Whitecourt




(as of Nov 6th, 2020)


  • Players & coaches will be allowed to enter the Scott Safety Center 30 minutes prior to the games scheduled start time.
  • Dressing room space is LIMITED.When possible, it is recommended that your players dress before entering the arena.  Only ONE parent or guardian per player is permitted in any dressing room AND that person MUST wear a mask to enter.
  • Players & coaches must complete the COVID-19 self-screening tool prior to entrance into the facility. This tool can be found at the entrances to the facility and on the AHS website.
  • There is hand sanitizer provided at the entrance and at various locations throughout the facility.
  • Dryland is NOT allowed in the facility at this time. Teams are encouraged to use the outdoors.
  • Water fill stations are in use.
  • Players & coaches are required to exit 30 minutes after the completion of the game.




  • Spectators/parents must complete the COVID-19 self-screening tool prior to entrance into the facility. This tool can be found at the entrances to the facility and on the AHS website.
  • There is hand sanitizer provided at the entrance and at various locations throughout the facility.
  • Spectators/parents will not be allowed to wait in the lobby or gather in groups.
  • No spectators are allowed in the Dressing room area.
  • The arena restaurant may be available if the game is during the regular restaurant hours. This area has a Max of 50 people. *In order to be seated in the restaurant you are required to order food and beverage. *
  • Spectators must vacate the facility immediately following the completion of the game.
  • Maximum number of spectators is 100 per Arena.
  • Masks are now mandatory in the Scott Safety Center for ALL parents, spectators & coaches.
  • Wherever possible physical distancing by 2 meters (6ft)
  • Distancing exceptions can be made for those who are from the same household/part of cohort.




  • Each team will be given 50 spectators. Every team manager/covid person must ensure that spectators have completed the contact tracing form posted above and on all entrances This is part of our Emergency Response Plan and may be required to be provided to us in case of contact tracing. This will also aid us in spectator management and allow for the home team to use up any space if the away team does not fill their 50 allotted spectators.
  • If you need further information, please contact the team manager.

NAI Hockey Season 2020/2021 Special Considerations


Hockey Alberta Contact Tracing Update

With the recent announcement that Alberta has removed runny noses and sore throat from child  COVID-19 symptom checklist I wanted to share the updated flow chart used to help players and families through the process of participating in hockey.


The  second change I wanted to highlight was the shift in how the AHS contract tracers intend to utilize event organizers in supporting the communication process, should an attendee test positive. This is outlined below and while we are still learning the details and different scenarios that are taking place, I wanted to provide a heads up should AHS be in contact with those in your association that have been identified as the event organizer.


If Alberta Health Services identifies a confirmed case of COVID-19 that was infectious while attending an event you organized, AHS will contact you (the event organizer) and direct you to notify all attendees who are considered exposed to COVID-19.

To support event organizers in managing this notification, we - AHS - will provide you with written notification that you will be directed to send to all event attendees, by email, within 24 hours of AHS directing you to do so.

Where email addresses are not available and more rapid email notification is not possible, AHS will continue to make phone calls where necessary. AHS will also continue to directly notify close contacts of cases who were exposed outside of any event.

This change will improve the efficiency of the close contact notification process for events that have high risk of rapid spread of illness, such as sports tournaments, weddings, church socials and other gatherings of 10 or more people.




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