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MJHL provides a further update regarding regional restrictions

Following the below decision announced by Hockey Manitoba on Monday, November 2:

The Hockey Manitoba Board of Directors announced that all hockey teams and individuals (players, team staff and officials) residing in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region are ineligible to participate in hockey programming effective immediately.

The above restrictions include travelling outside of all regions identified as Critical (Red) to participate in sanctioned hockey activities.

This was the direction provided to all member teams internally and was outlined in a statement made publicly Monday afternoon by the MJHL.

As such, any hockey activity that takes place outside the above Hockey Manitoba restrictions for regions identified as Critical (Red) is not permitted and is not sanctioned by Hockey Manitoba, the governing body of the MJHL.

Any teams or individuals who participate(d) in hockey activities outside of the above restrictions would be choosing to do so in an un-sanctioned environment outside of Hockey Manitoba and MJHL jurisdiction.

The MJHL will provide no further public statement regarding the restrictions outlined above.

In response to the announcement made on Tuesday, November 10, that the entire province of Manitoba will move into Level Red or critical on Thursday, November 12, the MJHL Board of Governors will be meeting on Wednesday, November 11 to further discuss the current situation – Please stay tuned for important announcements in the upcoming days.