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RIM Park

RIM Park

RIM Park Venue Info

FACILITY REGULATIONS

  1. Crock pots, hot plates and “buffet tables” are not allowed to be set up and used in any of the facilities. Teams are allowed to bring “brown bag” lunches into all facilities. Participants are encouraged to use the public spaces outside of the playing areas and designated “cafeteria” to feed their teams. If they are bringing coolers – please do not bring them into the competition venues. Remember to always clean up after yourselves.
     
  2. Tables in Forbes Hall are not reserved table space. After your team has finished eating, please remove your belongings. Unattended bags that are left on tables without team’s present will be moved off to create space for other teams. Please be considerate of the space at RIM Park, as well as other teams.
     
  3. The OVA and RIM Park are not responsible for lost or stolen personal items. Remember to always take your personal belongings with you and do not leave anything unattended. Any found items will be placed in the lost and found at Customer Service at all locations.
     
  4. Lost and Found - Coming soon. 
     
  5. All of the venues being used for the 2021 Ontario Championships are still open to the public and therefore, we ask teams to be respectful of the space and not to meet in the hallways in order to keep them clear for other people. Please ensure your teams are not blocking any walking spaces by leaving their bags or team equipment in open spaces.

EVACUATION ROUTES AND MEETING PLACES

A map of evacuation routes will be displayed at the facility. Each map will show the way to an exit, depending on where people are located in the building. It will be the responsibility of the first-line supervisor to inform employees of these evacuation routes.

There are four emergency gathering points:
1. Furthest curb line in front of building (South)
2. Opposite side of driveway, by outdoor soccer fields (East),
3. Side walk on Millennium furthest from building (North/East)
4. Side walk on Millennium furthest from building (North West

COVID Protocols

Proof of Vaccinations
 

Region of Waterloo Public Health Mandate  

As of October 31, 2021, and until further notice, the Region of Waterloo Public Health Chief Commissioner & Medical Officer has instructed all sport and recreational facilities to: 

  1. Confirm proof of vaccination (or proof of being entitled to a medical exemption) and identification for all patrons, 12 years of age and older, upon entry to the facility when the patron attends the facility as a spectator.  
  2. Confirm proof of vaccination (or proof of being entitled to a medical exemption) and identification for any coach, instructor, trainer, sports official (e.g., referee), organizer, or any other individual (e.g., volunteer) 18 years of age and older, participating or associated with the indoor organized sport upon entry to the facility. 

At the time of publishing, athletes under 18 years of age are not required to show proof of vaccination to enter RIM Park in Waterloo for Ontario Championships.  



Paramount Fine Foods Centre

Paramount Fine Foods Centre Venue Info

FACILITY REGULATIONS

Coming soon.

EVACUATION ROUTES AND MEETING PLACES

Coming soon.

COVID Protocols

Proof of Vaccination
 

Peel Public Health Mandate 

As of November 1, 2021, and until further notice, the Peel Public Health Medical Officer of Health has instructed  Owners/Operators of a facility of a business or organization  located in Peel Region with indoor areas used for Organized Sports or recreational fitness activities to: 

  1. Prepare, implement, and ensure compliance with a policy requiring each person, age 12 years and older, who attends an indoor area of the facility for the purpose of:
    • actively participating in Organized Sports or recreational fitness activities; or 
    • coaching, instructing, caregiving, volunteering, or officiating Organized Sports or recreational fitness activities 
  2. Provide, at the point of entry, identification, and proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or a valid medical exemption each time they enter. 

This means that anyone attending Ontario Championships in April 2022 at Paramount Fine Foods that is 12 years of age and older, in any capacity (athlete, coach, referee, volunteer, spectator, staff), must show proof of vaccination and identification to enter the facility. 

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