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Update for all Nighthawks parents - PLEASE READ
Submitted By Shannon Drumm on Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Update for all Nighthawks teams/parents on the processes that need to be followed.

1. Ministry of Transportation of Ontario is requesting that players do not leave home in their hockey equipment.  While hockey gear is designed to keep kids safe on the ice, it can potentially put them at risk in the vehicle. Shoulder and chest pads, padded pants, and other hockey gear will impact the harness or seatbelt fit, significantly reducing its effectiveness.

Players can wear their undergarments with comfortable clothing over top or a warm up suit and put the rest of their equipment on in the change room - they have 15 min to do so.  


2.Coach/teams are to come into the facility at the same time/as a group (very important to be on time). This means having your player in the parking lot 20 min prior to the scheduled ice time so they have the full 15 min to dress in their gear in the dressing room assigned.

3.Parents are NOT allowed in the dressing rooms or down the hallway leading to the dressing rooms.   Signage has been placed on the doors to remind all parents of this. Parents are denied access to this area as it will puts the facility over its max capacity permitted in this section.

4. Many teams are not coming in the correct doors at the CCC based on which ice pad they are skating on.  

Dressing rooms can be checked in advanced by clicking here

5. Registering as a spectator at the CCC needs to be done beforehand if possible.  Please register online by clicking here  Or by calling the CCC at (905) 372-7371,  staff are always happy to help.

Lastly, to please follow the signage that is posted around each of the facilities.  While we understand it may be frustrating at times, this is how the CC and Jack Burger are able to be open and we ask that all individuals entering the facility respect these rules.   


If we are not able to follow these rules you will be asked to leave or there is the risk that this privilege for parents to watch our players on the ice  could be revoked for everyone.  Please respect the rules and guidelines that have been put in place at the CCC and Jack Burger for everyones safety and well being.
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