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On-ice capacity at Mosaic Stadium’s outdoor rink increases to 50 people

Evraz Place in Regina said the Saskatchewan Health Authority approved their request to increase the on-ice capacity at Mosaic Stadium's outdoor rink from 30 to 50 people. Courtesy / Evraz Place

Evraz Place took to Twitter Monday to announce that the Saskatchewan Health Authority approved a capacity increase at Mosaic Stadium’s ice rink in Regina — Iceville.

As of Tuesday, 50 people will be allowed on the ice at once instead of 30. This includes private bookings.

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Evraz said anyone on the waitlist for any dates or times will “automatically be added to your desired date/time. Please make sure you check your email and confirm registration.”

Tickets for the week of Feb. 1-7 went on sale at noon Monday.

Evraz is reminding the public that people “will not require a password when going to register for a skate time once the link is active.”

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“If you are asked for a password before noon, it means the link is not active. If you are asked after noon, it means the event is all booked up.”

The 110,000-square-foot rink is Saskatchewan’s largest outdoor rink and is big enough to fit more than six National Hockey League-sized ice surfaces inside.

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