Covid Shutdown, News (Ontario Royals)

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Covid Shutdown
Submitted By Matt Mills on Sat 04 03, 21
The Ontario Royals, in compliance with Provincial Health mandates, will need to close the doors of our indoor facility and in-person activities indefinitely.

As soon as we are able to safely resume operations, we will. 

We will remain in communication with our players and families and arrange ongoing training programs for our Royals players. We hope everyone remains healthy and safe during this time.


 

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