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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.

The following changes to public health orders are currently in effect and expire on Jan. 11, 2022. All updated guidelines for sport and the Sport Manitoba facility are available on our website: 

Indoor and Outdoor Sport

  • Spectator capacity is reduced to 50 per cent. 
  • While games and practices can continue, no tournaments will be permitted. 

We are working with public health to determine which events are considered tournaments, and we will provide clarification if/once we receive it. Please contact us if you need guidance on what is considered a tournament.

Indoor sport continues to be restricted to:

  • persons who produce proof of vaccination,
  • persons who produce proof from the Government of Manitoba that there is a medical reason for the person not to receive a vaccine for COVID-19,
  • persons under 12 years of age, 
  • persons who are at least 12 years of age but who have not yet reached 18 years of age and who produce
    • proof that they have received one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine for COVID-19, or
    • proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test result within the previous 72 hours that is confirmed by a pharmacist or by staff at a nursing station on a First Nation

In an effort to limit the number of close contacts, we are following public health’s guidelines and encouraging you to share with your members that there should be no group activities outside of practice time or games, participants should come ready to play and limit group time indoors (e.g. in dressing rooms). 

For information on proof of vaccination, the scope of the orders, and how to collect and manage personal health information, visit:  

This information is also available in a fact sheet that can be downloaded or printed, and shared with your teams.

Recreation Manitoba has complied additional resources for sport on its website:

  • Sample of a negative rapid antigen test from a pharmacy
  • Sample of proof of a single dose record from Shared Health website
  • reference guide for COVID-19 screeners

 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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