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Vaccine Policy in Place for a Reason

  • Nova Scotians want the province’s most vulnerable citizens to be protected from the pandemic.
  • The fourth wave is hitting Nova Scotia hard, and while we still have some restrictions, border measures and a good vaccination rate, we need to do more. 
  • We are mandating vaccination for those who spend the most time with vulnerable citizens, like people in long-term care, patients and children.
  • This is not a decision we took lightly. But there are tens of thousands of people who have not received any dose of vaccine. The vaccine mandate will help keep our communities safe


As we open the 192 Game Regular Season Friday Night on four fronts with Brookfield in Springhill to play the Cumberland Blues, the East Hants Penguins in Windsor to play the Valley Maple Leafs, the Pictou County Scotians visiting Antigonish and the Sackville Blazers taking on the Capstone Colts in their new home at CFB Shearwater Stadium.  The League encourages everyone to play safe whilewishing every team the very best of success in their chase for the Don Johnson Memorial Cup with the Championship Tournament scheduled for New Brunswick in late April.  Incidentally, the Liverpool Privateers will host the Johnson Cup symbolic of Atlantic Junior Hockey Supremacy in Queens County in 2023.

Sep 30, 2021