The air quality advisory issued by Environment Canada is 10+ or very high-risk today, and tomorrow will also be high risk. This means “At-Risk Population” should avoid strenuous activities outdoors. Children and the elderly should also avoid outdoor physical exertion and the “General Population” should reduce or reschedule strenuous activities outdoors.
Parents, Players, and Coaches - Please be mindful of this whether you are practicing outdoors, participating in training or playing a pick-up game.
All NSGSC summer camps are inside the bubble and participants are protected from poorer air quality.
Team training camps - We will continue to monitor Air Quality Conditions and communicate directly with these teams and move them into the bubble as required.
Coaches: Please see this air quality best practices information prepared by BC Soccer and keep apprised of the air quality here: Air Quality Health Index - BC Air Quality - Province of British Columbia
Parents, you know your children and the status of their health. If your daughter has asthma, a chest cold, or any other current/historical bronchial illness, please use caution and your best judgment for their safety and health.
Continue to check the Air Quality Health Index for updates.