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As part of a coordinated regional response to the COVID-19 pandemic the Town Of Caledon is announcing closures, cancellations and service level adjustments while at the same time focusing on continuing the provision of core services and operations to residents and businesses.   "We understand the impact these changes have on the daily lives of our residents and we don't make these decisions lightly" said Mayor Allan Thompson.  "we are doing everything we can to continue essential services and programs but clearly this is a time when we all need to do what we can to fight this pandemic." The following changes take effects March 14 and are effective through April 5th, 2020. All recreation facilities and community centres will be closed.  March Break camps, registered programs, and rentals will be cancelled. 

Attention: Special Olympics Ontario Communities, Clubs, Volunteers, Athletes, Partners, Associates and Families.  In consultation with our partners, volunteers and other Special Olympics programs across Canada Special Olympics Ontario is directing that all local sports programs, competitions, fundraisers and any related activities be suspended effective immediately until March 31, 2020.  We will continue to monitor and evaluate the status of this pandemic and advise you on or before March 31 the next course of action based on the information coming from health and government professionals.

We recognize that social distancing can be challenging for many of us, our Special Olympics programs and events are important to our social network.  To help reduce the distancing, we are currently working to create online opportunities to stay connected with your Special Olympics Caledon friends, and we will keep you posted through social media.  Please continue to wash your hands often, use hand sanitizer, sneeze and cough into your sleeve or tissue and stay at home if you are sick; but also remember to reach out to your friends and family, stay connected online or on the phone, make a new routine and keep moving.
                                                                                                       
       
                   
                                                                                                         

The mission of Special Olympics Ontario is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities.  Special Olympics uses the medium of sport to assist persons with an intellectual disability to become all that they can be - physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, and to become accepted, respected and productive members of society.  Special Olympics may contain elements of play, recreation or physical education, and should also assist athletes in participating meaningfully and successfully in all dimensions of a physical active lifestyle.