Mandatory, additional restrictions for high case regions – Effective at 11:59 pm on May 9

Indoor activities

  • All indoor sport, performance and recreation activities for youth and adults are prohibited.
  • Indoor fitness and recreation facilities must close, including for 1-on-1 training.

Outdoor activities

  • All outdoor sports and recreation activities are prohibited, except with members of your household, or your two close contacts if you live alone. This includes:
    • all group physical activities, such as team sports, fitness classes, training sessions
    • all one-on-one lessons and training activities
    • all practices, training and games
  • Outdoor recreation facilities can remain open unless specifically closed by public health order.

Professional sport organizations

  • Professional sport organizations that have received an exemption can continue, provided protocols are strictly followed.


Baseball On Pause, Again

  Posted May 04, 2021

Keeping up with the changes to the Covid-19 guidelines and restrictions as well as intrepeting them is overwhelming at times. On April 30, five days ago, Baseball Alberta had released an updated version of their guidelines in response to the Alberta Government's Strong Public Health Measures upd...

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Baseball Alberta Adds Adult Baseball To Guidelines

  Posted May 01, 2021

On April 30, Baseball Alberta released a new update regarding changes to their guildelines. This update came on the heels of the provincial government adding restrictions to 'hot zones' around the province which are regions that are seeing a high active case rate. ...

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Baseball Alberta Moves 2021 Season Start Date

  Posted April 19, 2021

Today, Baseball Alberta released a short statement on social media and their website that came caught a lot of people off guard, but wasn't overly surprisging. The start date for leagues of all ages was moved back to the May 15th and 16th weekend in light of recent provincial restrictions put in...

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Summer Collegiate Baseball Taking A Hit In 2021

  Posted April 14, 2021

For the second baseball season in a row, the Covid-19 pandemic has drastically effected local summer collegiate baseball in Edmonton, leaving many players and fans with a void that will need to filled.    Today, the West Coast League (WCL) expansion Edmonton Riverhawks announced that...

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First Strike Against A 2021 PBL Season

  Posted April 12, 2021

On April 6, 2021 the Province of Alberta announced that due to increasing Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, mainly attributed to the variants of the virus, we would be moving back into Step 1. This of course is bad news for adult sports in the province, with leagues like the Powerline Baseball Le...

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League Schedules Spring Meeting

  Posted March 12, 2021

President Stephen Hrabec has called the League Executive and team representatives together for the annual Spring Meeting. This year's edition of the meeting will occur on Tuesday March 30 at 7:00pm and once again is scheduled to occur online due to the Covid-19 pandemic. ...

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Hoping For A 2021 PBL Season

  Posted March 07, 2021

The weather is warming up and we are into March. That means it is time to get ready for the upcoming baseball season, or at least that is how it used to be. Despite the province loosening some restrictions and the feeling that the end of the Covid-19 pandemic is maybe getting near, there is still a ...

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PBL Profile: Craig Neufeld

  Posted December 15, 2020

Many ball players who have come through the Powerline Baseball League were thrust onto a team roster out of necessity. Often small centre’s minor baseball associations were lacking teams and PBL teams were always looking for players. Craig Neufeld is one of those players.   ...

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