Great news for hockey fans out of ontario.
The Ontario government announced Friday afternoon that it will allow 100% capacity where proof of vaccination is required.
Starting at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, the Ontario government will allow 100% capacity limits at movie theatres, concert venues, meeting spaces, and for other select venues and events, where showing proof of vaccination is already required.
And yes this includes the Scotiabank Arena and the Canadian Tire Centre.
The #Sens and Leafs have been given the green light by the province to have full capacity at home games.
— Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) October 8, 2021
This is a huge improvement from the previously allowed 50% capacity.
The Leafs’ playe their first home game Wednesday against the Montreal Canadiens and the Senators open the following night against Toronto.
This move also allows all OHL teams to have maximum capacity crowds.
Michael Friisdahl, President & CEO of MLSE: "Throughout the process of re-opening our venues to fans … health & safety has been our shared top priority & we are overjoyed to see this day arrive when we are able to welcome a full venue to cheer on the Maple Leafs & Raptors" https://t.co/fzeYAUQbCt
— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) October 8, 2021
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