Hockey PEI Staff | September 15th, 2021

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Today, the Chief Public Health Office of PEI updated the province on the on-going outbreak of COVID-19 in the Charlottetown area linked to the public school system. The following key updates were made: 

  • Beginning on Friday, September 17th at 8:00am the Mandatory Mask mandate while indoors will go into effect.
  • The three day suspension on extra-curricular activities in the Charlottetown and area will end at midnight tonight. 

Following this CPHO update, Hockey PEI is announcing the following: 

    • Version 21-02 includes the new guidelines surrounding mask wearing. Masks will now be mandatory for ALL attendees of Hockey PEI sanctioned events while inside the facility – spectators included. 
  • The reinstatement of activities for the following three Minor Hockey Associations will begin at midnight tonight
    • Charlottetown Minor Hockey Association
    • Sherwood Parkdale Rural Minor Hockey Association
    • Pownal Minor Hockey Association 
  • The reinstatement of all Hockey PEI’s High Performance Program activities will begin at midnight tonight: 


Members should familiarize themselves with Hockey PEI’s Return to Hockey plan. This includes the mandatory masks-wearing policy, conducting proper contact tracing, keeping your hands washed/sanitized frequently and most importantly, staying home if you are feeling unwell. Version 21-02 of the RTH Plan can be viewed here: 


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Media Contact: Tanner Doiron – Manager, Hockey Operations & Communications