2021 Event Safety


This year marks the 10th anniversary of Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer. As always, the safety and well-being of our participants, staff and partners is our top priority. Like you, we are concerned about the rising COVID-19 cases here in Ontario, and we recognize our responsibility to provide participants with a safe and secure environment. To safely move forward with an in-person event, we will be introducing a number of new health and safety protocols to protect our community from the spread of COVID-19.

As such, anyone participating in the October 30th live event in any capacity (participant, volunteer, contractor, celebrity, etc.) will need to be fully vaccinated to gain entry to the event site. Note: to be considered fully vaccinated, you must have received a second dose 14 days prior to the event on October 30th (second dose must be administered prior to October 16th).

We of course want to also ensure you show up healthy on game day. That is why all participants will still be required to go through the standard COVID screening on-site. Once permitted, participants will receive an event wristband indicating they have access to everything on site.

We will continue to monitor the current situation and will provide additional safety and logistical updates as we near the event.

With this message, we wanted to reassure our teams that we are doing everything we can to deliver a memorable and safe 10th anniversary Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer event.

“We are Canada’s cancer warriors, but we can’t do it alone.”