COVID-19 Updates. In consultation with Volleyball Canada and the Government of Ontario, the OVA continues to monitor the latest developments surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This OVA COVID-19 Updates page provides members the most recent information on provincial regulations, the impacts on Club activity and return to sport updates.
With the situation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) changing daily and rapidly, the OVA has created this hub to help communicate updated information to athletes, parents, coaches, referees and clubs as it relates to the implications and impacts to volleyball in Ontario. As new information emerges, this page will be updated.
The Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA) Return to Play page is designed to guide OVA Clubs and members through the COVID-19 pandemic. Through these documents and resources, Clubs will be prepared to return to volleyball safely when completing their Return to Play protocols.
OVA clubs are the lifeblood of the Association. They assemble and manage teams to participate in competitions, recruit and train coaches and volunteers, host events, and disseminate resources to members. The OVA offers accreditation programs for Clubs through Volleyball Canada, and resources to start your own club.
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