Updated at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, March 2

It looks like the five B.C. Division teams in the WHL, including the Prince George Cougars, will return to the ice in the near future.

Although details have not been announced, B.C.’s health minister, Adrian Dix has told the media the WHL’s return-to-play protocol for its B.C. Division teams has been approved.
There has been speculation of a 24-game season in a hub city of Kamloops and/or Kelowna.
Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is expected to address proposals from both the WHL and BCHL during this afternoon’s 3:00 media briefing.

The Ministry of Health has issued the followed statement to mypgnow.com

“The BCHL has made a recent proposal and the office of the Provincial Health Officer is working on reviewing this with the league. We will have more to say about decision on the WHL at today’s (Tuesday’s) 3:00 p.m. media availability.”

The BCHL is also waiting for confirmation to begin its shortened-season.