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Thursday, March 4, 2021 – This week, the Province of Manitoba announced that as of 12:01 a.m. on Friday, March 5, numerous changes will be made to public health orders, some key changes are highlighted below. These changes will expire on March 25, 2021:
14(1) Indoor sporting facilities, including swimming pools, may open if the operator of the facility complies with all requirements of this Order.
14(2) Individual play, group andindividual instruction, and team practices may take place at an indoor sporting facility but no organized team games or tournaments may be held at the facility, except as authorized under Order 16.
Sport Manitoba & CurlManitoba note: We want to reinforce that no organized team competition or tournaments are allowed at this time.
14(3) The operator of an indoor sporting facility must
ensure that any group of persons participating in a sporting activity at the facility, excluding coaches or instructors, does not exceed 10 persons;
take reasonable measures to ensure that there is no interaction between different groups of participants who are engaging in a sporting activity at the facility at the same time; and
limit the number of persons in dressing rooms to 50% of the usual capacity or to a number that ensures that all persons in the dressing room are able to maintain a separation of at least two metres from other persons, whichever is lesser.
Sport Manitoba & CurlManitoba note: We want to clarify that you can have multiple groups of 10 participating in a sporting activity at once, as long as you do not exceed facility capacity limits and do not intersect with other groups
14(4) The operator of an indoor sporting facility must
implement measures to ensure that members of the public at the facility are reasonably able to maintain a separation of at least two metres from other members of the public at the facility, excluding participants engaged in a sporting activity; and
limit occupancy to all portions of the facility other than dressing rooms and the areas where sporting activities are conducted to 25% of the usual capacity.
For the full list of updated Public Heath orders click here
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Curling Canada is working in partnership with the World Curling Federation who are leading an exercise to examine the future of the game, mostly focused in the area of championships and broadcast.
The WCF is launching a survey to help further inform the discussion and develop recommendations they will make to the WCF Membership on the future of the game. We would ask for your help and support in promoting this survey through your networks and connections. It is a chance to have your voice and the voice of your curlers heard at the international level.