Covid-19 Resource Hub
This resource page will serve as a compilation of resources which have been made available to participants to help navigate the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to update with resource documents or external resource links as more information becomes available.
Please note that some of these links do not represent the advice or directions of Ringette Canada and are being provided solely for informational purposes.
Some of the linked information may be date specific and with the rapidly changing situation you may need to search out the latest information related to orders or legislation currently in place.
If you have a resource you have found helpful and want to share with the ringette community – please send it along to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ringette Canada Documents
Ringette Canada Sample Tools and Checklists
Sample Facility Questionnaire (fillable) – July 3, 2020
Sample Contact Tracing Form (fillable) – July 3, 2020
Association/Club/ Check List (fillable) – July 3, 2020
Roles and Responsibilities List – July 23, 2020
Hygiene Checklist – July 23, 2020
Procedures for sickness chart – July 10, 2020
Ringette Canada News and Articles
Provincial Ringette Organizations
Please follow the below link for any Provincial Ringette Organization specific Return to Ringette Plan which are to be used alongside the overarching Return to Ringette National Direction Document. These documents will provide provincial specific information:
Government of Canada
Tips From our Integral Master Coach – Dina Bell-Laroche
Blog post – Finding Meaning Through Grief
A Helpful Read – That Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief
It is your responsibility to understand and comply with the orders and legislation specific to your jurisdiction. Please contact your local, Provincial or Federal Governments for confirmation of any information or if you have questions regarding the information contained in the links.
We encourage our entire community to follow the recommendations of the Government of Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and Provincial / Territorial Governments in a collective effort to contain COVID-19 and flatten the curve.