Grey "Lockdown" level for Niagara Region, News (Niagara Falls Minor Hockey)

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Grey "Lockdown" level for Niagara Region
Submitted By Erin Tsilibanis on Wednesday, December 23, 2020
Unfortunately, the Provincial government has announced that the Niagara Region will be moving to the Grey ‘Lockdown’ level as of Saturday December 26, 2020. 

As such, all hockey programming will be suspended until the re-opening of the Gale Center on January 23rd 2021.

Further updates on our re-opening and level of restriction will be posted and sent out as soon as they are available.

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