The kids game as long as following precautions should not come to yet another hault. It effects their physical and mental well being. As long as clubs and leagues follow covid regulations and social distances spectators. Let them playRead more
Scientists and Medical Doctors overwhelmingly support the evidence that safely executed outdoor activity does not contribute to the transmission of Covid cases and that it helps to improve mental health.
Ontario's closure of outdoor recreational activities (including golf, tennis, rowing, skateboarding, camping, having a picnic and pickleball) to control #COVID19 does not make sense.
Outdoor activities are vital for mental & physical health, especially with stay-at-home orders."
Science is clear: Outdoor COVID transmission is extremely rare. https://t.co/F0RhBXe7MK
Targeting the real problem areas rather than penalizing the masses is the answer.
We want our safely monitored outdoor activities returned - immediately.
We also understand that self policing is a difficult task however, we also note that heavy fines can and will be implemented should strict rules not be adhered to. We also recognize that the golf industry is taking a heavy hit with the presently implemented guidelines and know that history has demonstrated that both public and private golf course operators that imposed restrictions, were successful in running safe management of golf courses.
We realize this may not have positive optics to the non golfers or non outdoor enthusiast's and we all feel for restaurant operators, small businesses, and other retailers and service industries taking a huge hit and we 100% support all of them. This however is a separate topic. It is about supporting an area of business that can safely operate ( the golf industry) which is huge in Ontario, and keeping the health and well being of millions of Ontarions in mind that want to participate in safely run and monitored outdoor activities.
Mark KalbfleischOshawa, Canada
Created Apr 17, 2021
Petition to Jason Kenney, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Tyler Shandro, Naga
trial and been suspended from playing throughout this trial. This is punishment enough and Ulster, these players have not broken any sporting rules and therefore, need to be back playing in Ulster want Ulster Rugby to do the right thing and support their players by getting them playing rugby for Ulster again.Read more
We call on Wandsworth Council to reconsider the granting of the 30 year lease of Roehampton Playing projects who rely on the green space of Roehampton Playing fields so that they do not lose the use of their fields. Read more
A recent Cabinet decision commissioned a feasibility study into Highams Playing Fields being leased, doing this directly goes against the 2012 Cabinet Report putting forward Highams Playing Fields as a mean, a number of local residents being affected, in many ways. Also the playing fields access would be greatly reduced to a number of community users. For many years Highams Playing Fields has been a focal point of the community, from children using it as a base for playing games, including "jumpersRead more
centre. All those have now gone. All that is left is our big playing field in the centre of the estate there is land elsewhere locally for more houses so we do not need to build on the fields. Please sign and help us save our playing field.Read more
Allison GardnerNewcastle-under-Lyme, ENG, United Kingdom
Created Apr 23, 2018
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