FEATURED
  1. NATIONAL LACROSSE LEAGUE RETURNS TO PLAY WITH REALIGNED CONFERENCES, SIX MATCHUPS ON ‘FACE OFF WEEKEND’ ON DECEMBER 3-4, 2021
  2. NLL AND TSN ANNOUNCE LANDMARK MULTI-YEAR PARTNERSHIP FOR CANADA
  3. ROUGHNECK CLAIMED IN 2021 NLL EXPANSION DRAFT
  4. NATIONAL LACROSSE LEAGUE AWARDS LAS VEGAS 15TH FRANCHISE, ANNOUNCES WAYNE GRETZKY, DUSTIN JOHNSON, STEVE NASH, AND JOE TSAI AS CO-OWNERS
  5. PANTHER CITY LACROSSE TO SELECT 13 PLAYERS IN NLL EXPANSION DRAFT ON JUNE 29

Alberta Lacrosse Is Back!

Alberta Lacrosse Association Framework for Return-to-Activity and Sport

Alberta Lacrosse Return-to-Activity/Sport Framework

Lacrosse is an integral part of Alberta’s society. Lacrosse at all levels and abilities makes an important contribution to the physical, psychological and emotional well-being of individuals. At a population level, benefits of sport include direct economic benefits; healthcare benefits; educational benefits; and contribution to social capital through connectivity, resilience and creating stronger, cohesive communities,

The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating effects on communities globally, leading to significant restrictions on all sectors of society, including sport. COVID-19 has impacted people in varying ways with many experiencing deterioration in their mental health and financial well-being. Resumption of sport can significantly contribute to the re-establishment of normality in Alberta, in a COVID-19 environment.

This framework is a timely tool of a minimum baseline of standards, for “how” reintroduction of lacrosse activity will occur in a cautious and methodical manner, based on the best available evidence to optimize athlete and community safety. The principles outlined in this document apply equally to high performance/professional level, community competitive and individual passive (non-contact) sport. Decisions regarding the timing of resumption of lacrosse activity must be made in close consultation with the Provincial and/or Local Public Health Authorities. The priority at all times must be to preserve public health, minimizing the risk of community transmission.

Alberta Lacrosse currently has a series of clubs and programs offering both social distanced programs and non-physical distanced programs.

 

 

Axemen Development Camp

Oct 18-Feb 25

Info: edaxemen@gmail.com

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Titans Junior B (3 on 3)

Sept 2-30

Info: heathspad@icloud.com

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GELC (3 on 3)

Oct. 24 – Jan. 30

Info: edmlax@telus.net

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Okotoks Minor Development Camp

Sept. 8 – Dec. 15

Info: brentlrobinson@outlook.com

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Evolve Development Camp

Sept. 12 – Oct. 31

Info: info@mustanglacrosse.ca

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Beaumont Lacrosse

Sept. 15 – Oct. 31

Info: 929lax@gmail.com

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Female Lacrosse (Regulation 37)

Sept. 8 – March 31

Info: kfoord@shaw.ca

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Calgary Hornets (Regulation 37)

Oct. 3 – Dec. 19

Info: executivedirector@hornetslacrosse.com

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Calgary Hornets (Regulation 38)

Oct. 30 – Dec. 20

Info: executivedirector@hornetslacrosse.com

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SALA Sting Development Camp

Aug. 22 – Nov. 22

Info: salastinglacrosse@gmail.com

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CDLA Development Camp

Oct. 13 – Dec. 17

Info: kevin@calgarylacrosse.com

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Calgary Senior B Mounties Development Camp

Oct. 13 – Dec. 15

Info: Steve.Harlow@hinocentral.com