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Holiday Hockey Challenge

Ontario Shores is proud to announce we are welcoming back one of our favourite traditions this holiday season.

On Friday, December 17 the Holiday Hockey Challenge will return to Iroquois Park Sports Centre in Whitby, but with a twist.

During the pandemic, everyone at Ontario Shores has consistently demonstrated a commitment to safety and a dedication to helping others. In that spirit, we will be honouring our Hope Heroes and their contributions during the pandemic through the Holiday Hockey Challenge. This year's game will feature two teams from Ontario Shores facing off against each other in a friendly competition to celebrate the holidays.

All participants and spectators must complete the Town of Whitby screening form as well as adhere to all COVID-19 safety protocols in place at Iroquois Sports Park Centre at the time of the game. Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 must be shown along with photo identification before entering the arena. Puck drops at 3:15 p.m.


Everyone is welcome to attend the game and cheer on Ontario Shores. Those attending the game are encouraged to consider a donation to the Ontario Shores Foundation, who will be site to collect one-time donations. 

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