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Covid information Updated Oct 26, 2021, Changes will be update here as we work through the required regulations
Vax Pass Required for Entry as per Public Health Order (October 5, 2021)
- Your will be required to show proof of vaccination
and government issued ID for access all areas at the APM Centre.
- This applies to individuals who
are 12 years of age and older.
- Unless they are a participant in an organized activity for youth where all are 18 years and under.
proof and ID must be shown every time you entre and you must be able to
provide proof at any time requested by staff or public health.
Please realize we need to keep participant groups
separated and while
entering the building people should be ensuring 6 ft. distancing.
Please do not block the entrance we have groups moving into
different areas of the building all the time. The entrance space
can have unvaccinated people that have not yet shown proof.
Centre Covid-19 Screening
Centre Covid-19 General Guidelines
you are feeling ill, you are not permitted to use the building.
you are coughing or sneezing, please do so into your sleeve and
immediately sanitize or wash your hands.
that have been a close contact for Covid-19 and requested to self-isolate are not permitted to enter the building.
- Mandatory masks and all people entering the building.
- Users may remove their mask while
participating in a fitness activity.
you to everyone for your patience as we work through operating with the
staff on site will assist with questions and will be ensuring that we
are following our operational plan and providing a safe environment for
time for all events will be staggered starts so please respect your
arrival and departure time limits.
facilities are not available currently to any user. (unless prior arrangements are made)
- Weight room and track Members will use their membership card to
obtain entrance. Every member of the weight room and track member
must have a card attached to their name.
and hallways are marked as a two-way traffic area and will limit to one
person at a time to allow for 6 ft. social distance.
- People are not
permitted to loiter in the building.
- Some areas in the building are
considered no stop zones and are used only to move people to their
users need to bring their own water bottle as there are no drinking
have several locations for hand washing. There will be several stations
with hand sanitizer.
possible people should bring their own equipment for use in the
building. (mats, balls etc)
use is limited to one
person/ family at a time.
APM Centre Covid-19 Arena Guidelines
- Please do not block the entrance to the building remain in your car until it is your entrance time.
- Player, coaches, dressing room volunteers arrival time 30 to 15 minutes before Ice Time. All on ice users should be in the facility 15 minutes prior to ice time. Late arrivals
will have to wait until it is safe to enter. (U7 Hockey see special plan)
- Departure Time: Hold in the dressing room until all
spectators have been exited from the building and the team volunteers advise it
is safe to leave (About 5 to 10 min). All participants must be gone within 30 minutes after ice time.
- No spitting
- No Handshaking
- No use of Showers
allowed at this time. (unless prior arrangements are made)
- Payment to be
received in advance by e-transfer to email@example.com (ensure centre is spelled correctly) or make a payment arrangement with
each group must provide their name and number. All Groups must have a
parent responsible for the group if any users are under 18 years of
- The arena is divided as follows: all groups stay separate at entrance, exit and during
activities: participant gourp 1 on ice 100 people, participants group 2 people leaving or preparing to go on ice 100 people, spectators group 3 unlimitied approx 300 people.
groups includes players, coaches, trainer, managers, and volunteers.
Managers and volunteers need to limit contact with player groups and
can move to the stands once their jobs are done. We need to have
limited parent in the dressing rooms. Participants and spectators
should have limited crossover.
- All coaches are to
dress with the team. The officials’ room is only to be used by the officials.
(Coaches of opposite sex above U13 will need to use first aid room or the Lobby area for games)
- Moving in, out and within
the facility: please be respectful of all users allowing for 6ft distance whenever
possible, and if others are in a hallway please wait until this space is clear.
- Players injured from a previous game, or suspended, must choose to be part of on ice group or be a spectator.
If they choose to be a spectator, they must show proof of vaccination
if over 12 years and cannot join the team during the game or after the
If they choose to be part of the player group, they must move to the
bench area with the team. Standing beside the bench or on the bench and
dressed as per minor hockey rules.
- Spectator groups entrance
- All spectators must wear a non-medical mask
to be allowed entrance to the facility.
- All spectators enter when the once the facility has exited all the prior group
spectators. (entrance will happen when the ice time before spectators have
left the building approx. 10 min before the start of the ice time)
area is available to make purchase at the canteen but we have limited
space so please move into the stands in the arena.
- Spectator groups exit
- Spectators are to wait to leave the building until all players and coaches have returned to the dressing rooms.
in will exit while zamboni is cleaning the ice once the players
have entered the dressing rooms Two exit locations are by dressing
room 1 and 2, and dressing room 3 and 4 Each team/group must
have a volunteers to assist in the exiting of the spectators to
ensure no crossover between cohorts.
- Participants in Dressing rooms, will wear their masks in the
dressing rooms until helmets are put on for your ice time.
- Officials are to exit by dressing room 1 and 2
please of the front door please allow for 6ft distance when other groups are moving
through these areas.
- No gear can be left in the dressing rooms or
the officials’ room.
- All on ice participants must stay in the
dressing room until it is time to move to the ice. No one should be
standing in by the glass.
- We do have designated area for wheelchairs and
those that cannot climb stairs. Please see a volunteer or staff.
- We do not have a warm room so please come
dressed for the arena as all spectators must stay in the seating area
for the duration of the game.
- The Canteen will be open for some time during each ice time Staff will advise when you must return to your seat.
- Spectators can entre at any time but should be respfull other player groups that are entering and maintaim 6th distance.
- Spectators washrooms
are in the arena and lobby.
- Under 7 age group: Normally Wed 4:00pm, 5:10pm & Sat 8:00am, 9:10am
1, 200 people max: : Wed 4:00pm and Sat 8:00am- will have one parent
and one child entre 30 minutes prior to ice time other family will
entre once the group ahead has left the building. (About 5 minutes
before ice time). The on-ice players and spectators will be one group
of 200 people. All spectators will leave the fire exit that the players
are in by dressing rm 3 and 4.
2, 200 people max: Wed 5:10pm and 9:10am will have one parent and
one child entre 30 minutes prior to ice time other family will entre
once the group ahead has left the building. (About 5 minutes before ice
time). The on-ice players and spectators will be one group of 200
people. All spectators will leave the fire exit that the players are in
by dressing rm 1 and 2.
9 A teams age group (Under 9 AA team will follow the main plan )
- Spectators and players one group of 200
- Players will arrive 30 to 15 min prior to ice time one parent and one child.
- Everyone entering at this time must stay in the dressing room until the spectators before having left the building.
this time the volunteers and parents can mover to put the across board
up and go to the stands with fellow family members.
- At the end of the ice time, they can pick up their child and leave the building via the fire exit.
Centre Covid-19 Gymnasium Guidelines
users will need to pre-book the gymnasium. (see gym page for more details)
- All groups that book must provide a name and phone number for the main contact.
number in party is provided at the time of booking. Any increase in numbers the facility should be notified.
Time: No more than 5 min
before booked time and must be in by booked time. 5- minute window for entrance.
Time: is immediately at the end of your booked time. All must be departed within 2 minutes.
is asked to come dressed and ready for physical activity.
should be removed in the hallway to the gym and indoor shoes put on
inside the gym area at the designated chairs in the gym.
Absolutely no outdoor footwear allowed in the gym area.
groups must do as best as possible to stay in their designated booked
- See fees page for rental fees.
users can use the locker room washrooms.
gymnasium use 6-ft distancing must be always respected, except for incidental contact.
should bring in their own personal equipment. Any borrowed
equipment should be cleaned prior to use by the participant.
Centre Covid-19 Weight Room and Walking Track Guidelines
of Operation for members: Track,
and Weight Room Hours
users must have a change of footwear to use in the building.
ask that you enter, complete workout, and then leave immediately
following your work out.
weight room and track members will use their membership card to obtain
entrance. Every member must have a card attached to their name for contact tracing.
are asked to come dressed and ready to work out.
are to be changed upstairs.
Enter through the main doors, turn ridght and head straight to the
Exit through the designated door at the bottom of the stairs please
don’t return to the lobby area on the main floor. (fire exit door
the weight room people are expected to clean equipment prior to and
- We have expanded the weight room
into the classroom space to allow for social distancing
track is limited to 20 people, and all must walk in the same direction
based on the time of day. People must walk single file unless they are
from the same household. Direction will change every 15 minutes.
Direction changes at 00min, 15min, 30min and 45min of every hour.
are not permitted to bring small children to the weight room. Only
youth that would be working out.
members will be expected to card into the facilities.
- Non-members must
pay the guest fee and sign in at the canteen this option is only
available if space allows and during the hours of 8:30am to 9:00pm.
times you must book ahead.
note due to the Vax Pass the front door will be locked at these posted
hours weight room and track members will be premitted to stay in
the building until 10:30pm on most evenings (provinding the staff are
still in the building) they will have to exit via the designated exit
|October 25, 2021 to
|March 2022 to May 2022
|May 2022 to September 2022
|September 2022 to October 2022
5:45am to 9:30pm
6:00am to 9:00pm
6:00am to 9:00pm
6:00am to 9:30pm
7:00am - 9:00pm
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 4:00pm
8:00am - 8:00pm
7:30am to 9:30pm
12:00pm to 9:00pm
12:00pm to 9:00pm
|Please Note: The hours of
operation may change slightly without any notice
due to events. Please see signs in the building noting
due to facility bookings and changes in schedules. You can
check our event line for closure information at 902-628-8513.
Storm Closures: In the event of
inclement weather, building closure will be announced
local radio station. You
can also phone
our information line at 902-628-8513, Ext. 225 for closure information.
628-8511 Web site: www.apmcentre.com
Email responded to normally during business hours.
Staff on Duty (Gymnasium Booking)
Please leave a message not always by the phone.
35 Mercedes Drive, P.O. Box 178, Cornwall, PE C0A 1H0
The Facility consists
of a rink, gymnasium/community room, a
track, and a fitness/ weight room. The rink has an ice surface 85
by 200 and seating for about 600 people. The arena has 6 - 450 sq.
dressing rooms. The gymnasium is the same size as a high school
and is capable of seating 350 people for community events. The
track circles above the gymnasium. The fitness/weight room is
1200 square feet. A male and female changing room with lockers is
available for the walking and gym area. There is also a large board
meetings and a 1200 square foot multi-purpose room with a view of the
surface. The facility has both a canteen and kitchen. There is
for 250 cars and the facility is completely wheelchair accessible.
13 Inc Charitable Donations: Communities 13
Inc would like to thank all our past
contributors for their charitable donations. As
a charitable organization all donations are used
cost that would otherwise have to pass on to the children and other
the facility within our communities. Over the past 5 years charitable
have generated $45,900. This money has been applied to the repayment of
and interest on the debt. Again, thank you to these kind contributors. Should you wish to become one of our
contributors please contact Donna Butler at 628-8513 ext. 221.
13 Inc. is
a not-for-profit charitable organization incorporated to construct, own and
APM Centre multi-use recreational complex. Each resident of the 13
is a member of the organization. The thirteen current or formlery
known as communities consist
Afton, Clyde River, Cornwall, Darlington, Kingston, Hampshire,
Miltonvale Park, New Haven/Riverdale, North Wiltshire, Warren Grove and
South. The organization is governed by a board of directors.
||President At Large
||Vice President and
Meadow Bank (Formally known as)
New Haven / Riverdale (Formally known as)
||Executive/ At Large
||Afton (Formally known
||Meadow Bank (Formally
Haven / Riverdale (Formally known as)
(Formally known as)
||CAFA (Formally known
||At Large President
||At Large/ Executive