CLICK HERE to access the daily COVID-19 Patron Screening Document.

The screening form above, must be filled out by participants in Sensplex programs. External ice users will conduct their own screening. This means that unless you are participating in a Sensplex program, filling out this form is no longer required to enter. You should contact the person organizing your ice time for information on their screening process.

Important Notice: Vaccination Requirement

The Province of Ontario has announced that, as of September 22, 2021, individuals will be required to be fully vaccinated (two doses plus 14 days) and provide their proof of vaccination, along with photo ID, to access particular public settings and facilities. This approach focuses on higher-risk, indoor public settings where face coverings cannot always be worn and therefore includes sports and fitness facilities – except for youth recreational sports. Therefore, starting Wednesday, September 22nd, all patrons entering the Sensplex facilities will be checked to ensure that they comply with these provincial guidelines. Please have proof of vaccination as well as a photo ID ready to present at the front of the facility prior to entry.

Exceptions include, but are not limited to:

  • Children under 12 years of age.
  • Participants under 18 years of age, who are actively participating in indoor organized sport for training, practices, games, and competitions. The exemption does not apply to youth who are spectators at sporting events.
  • Team coaches, officials and volunteers.
  • Patrons who provide a written document, completed and supplied by a physician stating that the individual is exempt for a medical reason from being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and the effective time-period for the medical reason.

If a patron refuses to show proof of vaccination without proof of an exemption outlined above, by law, they are not permitted to enter the facility.

If you have not already seen the information on vaccination requirements released by the province, you can find the links here:

It is important to note that teams, associations, and rental clients continue to remain responsible for the daily COVID screening of all their participants, and must keep a record of each session for a minimum of 30 days. It is also still mandatory for any patron participating in a Sensplex program to fill out the online screening form prior to entry into the facility.

FAQs Answered

  • The Sensplex and its employees will not retain any information provided by a patron in regards to vaccination records.
  • If a patron states they are fully vaccinated but do not have a valid form of proof on their person, they can access their vaccine record at
  • Patrons may show the physical receipt that they received at the time of vaccination, or the electronic copy, which would have been emailed to them or can be downloaded via the link above.
  • Accepted Types of ID:
    • Birth Certificate
    • Citizenship Card
    • Driver’s License
    • Government Issued ID Card (Ontario or other)
    • Indian Status Card/Indigenous Membership Card
    • Passport
    • Permanent Residence Card

Current Sensplex COVID-19 Protocols

  • Entry Time
    • Participants may enter 30 minutes before their ice time.
    • Spectators may enter 5 minutes before the ice time (unless they are helping a child get ready).
  • Screening
    • Participants in Sensplex Programs (including SSHD, Hockey Camps, Hockey Clinics, OSAHL, Youth Leagues, Tournaments, Summer AAA League, and other programs TBD). Participants in Sensplex programs must fill out the daily COVID-19 screening form. Sensplex staff (screener) must verify that this form has been filled out before entry is granted.
    • Other Users are responsible for their own screening. Sensplex staff (screener) do not need to verify any screening.
  • Spectators are permitted in the arena.
    • If they are accompanying someone that is part of a Sensplex program, they should be on the screening form.
    • Unless they are helping a child get ready for their ice time, they should enter no more than 5 minutes prior to the ice time.
    • Spectators must leave the arena no more than 5 minutes after the ice time concludes.
  • Capacity
    • No more than 32 people may be on the ice at one time. This includes coaches, instructors, players, etc.
    • For games, no more than 50 people may be on the ice/benches at one time. This includes all players, coaches, referees, timekeepers, trainers, etc.
    • Spectator Capacity is 50 people in each rink. Should there be more than 50 spectators in an arena, it is the responsibility of the contract holder to rectify the issue.
  • Dressing Rooms and Masking
    • Everyone in any area of the Sensplex must wear a mask, with the exception of players/coaches/instructors/referees on the ice, or travelling between the dressing room and the ice. Coaches on benches during games/scrimmages must wear a mask.
    • All participants must remain in their dressing area until it is time to go on the ice. There should be no one waiting on the bench or the arena doors before their ice time. This includes when the Zamboni is on the ice.
    • Participants may use the dressing rooms to fully dress / undress, and showers may be used as well.
    • Dressing rooms must be completely vacated 20 minutes after an ice time is completed.

Additional Information

If you have any questions or concerns that do not appear on this page,  please email us at  [email protected].