As we continue to safely reopen our facilities and welcome you back, we are pleased to offer a number of modified fall programs that align with the Ministry of Health’s guidelines and supported by Peel Public Health.
Please review the frequently asked questions below about our skating and hockey programs, as well as new health and safety protocols, arena rentals, and enhanced cleaning practices.
Visit Active Mississauga to view modified programming, drop-in activities and facility locations.
Arenas will begin reopening in phases starting September 8, 2020.
Currently, Iceland and Tomken Twin Arenas are open for programs and specific/permitted use.
Program registration opened on Monday, August 24 at 12:01 AM for Mississauga residents. Non-residents can begin registering as of Monday, August 31. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please visit Active Mississauga to register.
A modified version of registered programs (lessons) begin Tuesday, September 29.
Drop-in activities begin Tuesday, September 8.
Facilities are subject to the province’s restrictions on occupancy limits. Therefore, we recommend you reserve your spot online before attending your activity.
To ensure the health and safety of all our participants, the following are some guiding principles we have implemented:
All persons entering our facilities must wear a face covering that securely covers the nose, mouth and chin as required under the City of Mississauga by-law no. 0169-2020.
We ask parents and guardians of children/youth 13 years and older not to enter the facility as a spectator unless absolutely necessary. They should only drop off and pick up their player/participant.
For children under 13 years of age and who may require a guardian to accompany them, we encourage only 1 spectator per participant.
Players/participants must be fully dressed before entering the facility, as change rooms will not be available
We ask that water bottles are filled ahead of attending the program/activity.