Stonewall-Rockwood Climate + Sport Initiative Event
We regret to share that due to the ongoing challenges of the pandemic and in accordance with local health and safety regulations, this event has been postponed. CARHA Hockey looks forward to remaining a part of this great initiative and furthering the conversation to support climate action. Read more here.
Fighting climate change has never been this much fun!
The Climate and Sport Initiative uses sport as a platform to educate, engage and empower Canadians to protect our planet for future generations.
Stonewall will transform Kinsmen Lake at Quarry Park into an outdoor hockey rink for the first time ever. The Climate and Sport Initiative is bringing star athletes, sports enthusiasts, and sustainability experts together to take on the greatest opponent of our time. Play hockey, win prizes, and meet top players, while protecting your community for future generations. Let’s stick it to climate change!
More details will be made available about the weekend schedule of events. This page is dedicated to the 3-on-3 tournament.
3-on-3 Tournament Details
- Teams will consist of 6 skaters, no goalie
- 3 game guarantee (games played Friday, February 18 through Sunday, February 20)
- 30-minute games
- 3-on-3 Rules
- FamilyFun (all ages)
Minor Hockey Divisions
- U11 (Girls, Boys, Co-Ed)
- U13 (Girls, Boys, Co-Ed)
- U15 (Girls, Boys, Co-Ed)
- U18 (Girls, Boys, Co-Ed)
RE: ABILITY TO COMPLY WITH COVID PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS
Manitoba is currently under a province-wide State of Emergency pursuant to The Emergency Measures Act. The State of Emergency was declared to protect the health and safety of all Manitobans and reduce the spread of COVID-19.
To participate in this event, your team must confirm its ability to adhere to all applicable Public Health Orders during your participation at the time of the event. This includes respecting physical distancing and any relevant notices and practice guides released by the Province that describe the public health parameters under which the activities are required to follow.
Information on the State of Emergency, including Public Health Orders respecting requirements, can be found at www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/soe.html
DECLARATION OF RECIPIENT
Must acknowledge on the registration form that the team is able to adhere to all Public Health Orders, relevant notices and practice guides issued by the Province State of Emergency and Public Health Orders.
50% of team fee returned if the team cancels by December 31st.
Inquiries may be directed to Lucy Peeling, firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-244-1989 ext 246.
This Save Pond Hockey event is a collaboration between the Town of Stonewall, R.M. of Rockwood, Randy Frykas (Outdoor Hockey Club), Stonewall Minor Hockey, Stonewall Jets Hockey Club, R.E.A.C.T., CARHA Hockey, and Community Living Interlake.
The Climate and Sport Initiative shines a spotlight on the direct effect of climate change on the sports we love - and on our nation - and empowers us all to get in the game of preserving both. The multi-year initiative will include a series of live and virtual public events and experiences, training and support to help athletes become climate ambassadors, and youth mentorship and engagement. It is led by GLOBE Series, The Delphi Group, and Leading Change Canada, funded in part by the Government of Canada, in partnership with the Clean Foundation, and championed by Hayley Wickenheiser.