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Government of Ontario Releases Stage 1

Re-Opening Framework

May 14, 2020

As announced by Premier Ford and his Ministers on Thursday afternoon, as of May 16, 2020 there will be a number of businesses and services that will be allowed to re-open with a broader re-opening of businesses and services permitted to re-open after the long weekend.

As this news relates to Lakeside, although parks and indoor/outdoor sports fields are allowed to re-open for all intents and purposes to individual sport athletes, this news does not include sports that involve any type of team play or athlete interaction.

For a look at all Stage 1 related re-openings, please click on one of the documents below (which can be found on at ontario.ca/covid19):

Detailed List of Stage 1 Openings

Framework for Re-Opening Our Province

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LSVC NEWS

 

Online Fitness Classes Extended through May

Online Fitness Classes Extended through May

Lakeside is happy to announce that we have extended our online fitness classes for current Lakeside Volleyball Club members throughout the month of May. Classes will continue to run on Tuesdays and Thursdays each we for four weeks in May as we await clearance from the Ontario government to resume group activities.  We have one...
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A Winning Weekend At Last

A Winning Weekend At Last

A Winning Weekend At Last March 9, 2020 To quote Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip, "It's been a long, long, long time comin', but well worth the wait". This past weekend had our youngest squads make the journey to St. Catherines to compete in an OVA 14U Bugarski Cup Trillium competition, the last one...
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15U Update: Upangas Buckle, Inkemba Fall Short

15U Update: Upangas Buckle, Inkemba Fall Short

15U Update: Upangas Buckle, Inkemba Fall Short March 1, 2020 If you look up the meaning of "Upanga" and "Inkemba", you will find that they are very similar in their English translation.  What do they mean?  Sword.  Ideally, these two Swahili words would represent a position of power and reflect a positive, heightened sense of...
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