Canadian field hockey players heading home from South Africa after travel exemption grantedCanadian field hockey players stuck in South Africa due to COVID-19 travel restrictions are set to finally depart on Dec. 8. The federal government posted the exemption on its website on Saturday, while parents of the players were also notified. "I am beyond relief that it looks like there is a way for them to get home," said Sue Goddard from Vancouver.
Canadian field hockey players heading home from South Africa after travel exemption granted
Canadian field hockey players stuck in South Africa due to COVID-19 travel restrictions are set to finally depart on Dec. 8 after receiving a travel exemption from the Canadian government.
Canada junior field hockey team to return home after being stranded in South Africa due to Omicron
Strict travel rules by the Canadian Government to limit the spread of the new variant, Omicron prompted the national junior field hockey team to seek an exemption to return home.
Canadian junior women’s field hockey team gets testing exemption to return from South Africa
The federal government has granted an exemption for the B.C.-based junior women's field hockey team, allowing them to board a flight bound for Canada this week.
Canadian field hockey team gets travel exemption to leave South Africa - Sportsnet.ca
POTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa — Field Hockey Canada says it has received an exemption from the federal government to help bring its junior women’s team home from South Africa.The team got stuck in Potchefstroom, about 120 kilometres southwest of Johannesburg, because of shifting COVID-19 travel restrictions.The athletes and staff booked a flight out of Johannesburg on Dec. 8, transiting through Germany. But Field Hockey Canada said the team was be…