Novel Coronavirus

November 20, 2020


Important COVID-19 update

The health and well-being of our Cruisers community has always been at the core of our decision making as we’ve worked towards return to sport. As the Ontario Government and our Public Health Authority have continued to say throughout this pandemic, we are all in this together and our Cruisers community must do its part in helping curb the spread of COVID-19.

We know that the last few months have not been without their challenges as we all are adapting to the ever changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board of Directors met last night to discuss the current situation and recommendations from our public health authorities and have made the difficult decision to suspend in-person programming for the remainder of 2020.

This decision followed the belief that we must do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and with the expectation that major restrictions would be put in place shortly. Today it was announced that the Peel and Toronto Health Regions are going into a lockdown starting Monday morning. Although Halton region is not under lockdown orders, we feel it is safer and more responsible to operate with the same policies in every location we operate in. Any decision we make to adjust our return to play protocols will depend on the Government orders and public health authority recommendation and we will continue to keep the membership apprised when we start planning for the 2021 season.

We are committed to returning to play when it is recommended to do so again and will continue to provide updates to our membership on opportunities for us to connect virtually as we move through this challenging time. Undoubtedly you will have questions and we are available to answer them as best we can. Please feel free to reach out to any of the Board of Directors and we will get back to you.

March 13, 2020



Cruisers Sports will be implementing a number of proactive preventative measures to keep our athletes, volunteers and families safe.

The health and safety of our athletes, volunteers and families is our number one priority. Presently, the current risk of COVID-19 in Canada is considered low by the Public Health Agency of Canada. We will continue to monitor the situation and take the necessary steps needed in consultation with Ontario Health, the various provincial / national sports organizations and other stakeholders to keep our members safe and prevent the spread of the virus.

Cruisers Sports will follow program suspension recommendations that align with government health recommendations and the National Sport Body governing each activity. In relation to each of our programs, the current recommendations are as follows:

Cruisers Sports recommends all members, in order to protect themselves and others, follow these measures:

Additional information on COVID-19 can be found at:

Cruisers Sports will continue to monitor the situation and will provide additional updates as required.  If you have any questions please reach out to your Director of Sport or Paul Christou at  Thank you for your continued support.


Cruisers Sports Board of Directors