Return to Ringette

Ringette Manitoba Board of Directors has approved the motion on 5th August, 2021 to continue the administrative action by safety officers, on behalf of membership, to continue to collect attestation information of players/athletes/on ice participants, Participation Agreement, and collect contact information of attendees (volunteers / parents) for all sanctioned ringette activities. 
Membership is reminded to follow mask protocols as outlined by the venue for user groups, patrons, and fans.

Participant Agreement link reflects the 2021-22 Season. Upon successful completion of the Participant Agreement by the individual, an email noting this will be sent to the participant. At the initial events, Safety Officers are to request this information. If one is not presented, the Participant can access the link on the RMB Website to complete the form. Email confirmation is immediate.

In regards to the new public health orders beginning this Saturday, August 7 at 12:01 a.m., outside of spectator capacities, there are no longer any formal restrictions on sport.

However, while masks are not required, they remain strongly recommended for indoor settings. Sport Manitoba supports this message and encourages sport organizations to implement the safety protocols necessary to protect our staff, participants, volunteers, and communities. E.g. screenings, collecting contact information, hand hygiene, physical distancing, mask requirements and vaccinations, are all still considered valuable tools.

Below are the updated public health orders related to sport and recreation.

  • The number of spectators at an indoor or outdoor sporting or recreational facility must not exceed 50% of the usual spectator capacity of the facility.
  • Facilities implement measures to ensure that members of the public who are not engaged in sporting or recreational activities are reasonably able to maintain a separation of at least two metres from other members of the public while at the facility.

To read the full order document, click here.

We encourage all Ringette Manitoba members and their families to do their part in helping our city and province flatten the curve during this second wave so we can all return to the sport we love. The most up to date health and safety information is available at

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