Given the epidemiological situation, a vaccination passport is in place since September 1, 2021. The vaccination passport can allow access to certain places or to engage in certain activities deemed non-essential or at high risk of spreading COVID-19. For information on all the places and activities this will include, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

Consult the measures in force to find out the specific instructions for each activity area.

Level 1–Vigilance introduces measures that target certain areas of activity and environments that are at risk of transmission. Such sectors are subject to selective restrictions or bans.

You are asked to avoid unnecessary social contact.

All regions are at Level 1–Vigilance (green zone).

Measures in force

  • Indoor or outdoor gatherings at private homes and tourist accommodation units

    Inside homes

    Maximum of 10 people from different addresses or the occupants from 3 households. When people are 1 m apart, wearing a mask or face covering is strongly recommended for people who do not have adequate protection against COVID-19. For more information, visit the page People adequately protected against COVID-19.

    Outdoor (private property) and on balconies

    Maximum of 20 people from different addresses or the occupants from 3 households. Physical distancing is highly recommended. If it is not possible to respect distancing, face covering is recommended for those who do not have adequate protection against COVID-19. For more information, visit the page People adequately protected against COVID-19.

  • Demonstrations

    Physical distancing is mandatory during demonstrations.

    The vaccination passport is not required. However, it must be required if the demonstration takes place on the ground or in a location that requires a vaccination passport, such as a restaurant, bar or recreation or amusement center. For a list of all locations and activities requiring a vaccination passport, see the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 vaccination passport page.

  • Funerals

    A maximum of 250 people may attend a funeral if it is held indoors. If it is held outdoors, the maximum is 500. In either case, attendees must remain seated. This limit excludes funeral home workers and volunteers inside or outside the funeral home.

    During the viewing of the body or ashes of the deceased, as well as during the expression of condolences to the next of kin, it is permitted to have 50 people at the same time inside the premises. However, if it is held in a home or on private property, a maximum of 10 people or the occupants of three residences may be inside. Outside, a maximum of 20 people or the occupants of three residences may gather.

    An attendance register must be kept and a mask or face covering must be worn inside. Face coverings or masks can be removed when people are seated. Distancing between people who do not reside at the same address must be respected.

    The vaccination passport is not required for funeral ceremonies or receptions. However, it may be required if the reception is held in a location that requires a vaccination passport, such as a restaurant. For a list of all locations and activities requiring a vaccination passport, see the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 vaccination passport page.

    Weddings

    During the ceremony, a maximum of 250 people are allowed inside. If the ceremony is held outdoors, a maximum of 500 may attend. In all cases, people must remain seated. These limits do not include celebrants or ministers in or outside the building.

    Attendance records must be kept and masks or face coverings must be worn inside. Face coverings or masks may be removed when people are seated. Physical distancing must also be maintained between people from different residences.

    The reception or banquet following the wedding ceremony is limited to 25 people indoors and 50 people outdoors, regardless of location. However, receptions held in private homes or on private property must follow the rules for those locations. Indoors, the maximum number of guests is 10 or the occupants of three residences. Outside, the maximum is 20 people or the occupants of three residences.

    If alcohol is served, dancing is not permitted.

    Vaccination passports are not required for wedding ceremonies or receptions that follow. However, they may be necessary if the ceremony or reception is in a location that requires vaccination passports, such as a restaurant, distillery, microbrewery, casino, botanical garden, or on a cruise. For a list of all locations and activities requiring a vaccination passport, see the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

  • Places of worship

    Maximum 250 people inside and 500 people outside. If the place of worship occupies an entire building, the limit applies to the building.

    The measures for funerals and weddings also apply to places of worship where these ceremonies are held. 

    A distance of at least 1 metre must be maintained between people if they are not talking or if they are talking quietly, and 2 metres if they are talking or singing, even when they stay in their seat and do not move about, unless they are from the same private home or the equivalent.

    A procedure mask or face covering must be worn. The procedure mask or face covering can be taken off when the person is in their seat, is silent or speaks only in a low voice.

    Vaccination passports are not necessary to attend places of worship, unless the activity taking place there requires a passport. For example, the passport is required if the venue is rented for a performance. See the list of activities requiring a vaccination passport.

  • Restaurants

    Starting November 1, 2021, there will be no capacity limit in restaurants and it will be possible to reduce the distance between tables to 1 m. Group bookings will also be authorized without limit of participants, subject to certain conditions.

    Since September 1, 2021, people who would like to go to these establishments have to present their vaccination passport.  For information on all the places and activities included, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    Maximum 10 people or 3 private residences can share the same table. Indoor tables must be 2 metres apart when there are no partitions between them.

    The outdoor terraces can accommodate a maximum of 20 people or 3 private residences per table. Tables must be 1 m apart when there are no partitions between them.

    An attendance register must be kept.

  • Bars, breweries, taverns, casinos

    Starting November 1, 2021, there will no longer be any capacity limit in these establishments and group bookings will also be authorized without limit of participants, subject to certain conditions. It will also be possible to apply the usual opening hours and reduce the distance between tables to 1 m.

    Since September 1, 2021, people who would like to go to these establishments have to present their vaccination passport.  For information on all the places and activities included, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    Maximum 10 people or 3 private residences can share the same table. Indoor tables must be 2 metres apart when there are no partitions between them.

    Outdoor terraces can accommodate a maximum of 20 people or 3 private residences per table. Tables must be 1 m apart when there are no partitions between them.

    The operators of these establishments must comply with certain conditions:

    • 50% of the maximum capacity stipulated on the liquor licence;
    • customers must remain seated at their tables;
    • dancing and singing are prohibited (karaoke);
    • the operators must record customer contact information;
    • the establishments must close at 2 a.m. (alcohol sales must stop at 1 a.m.).
  • Museums, zoos, aquariums, etc.

    Since September 1, 2021, people who would like to go to some of these establishments have to present their vaccination passport. For information on all the places and activities included, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    Open, in compliance with the measures in force for museum institutes, biodomes, planetariums, insectariums, botanical gardens, aquariums, zoos and walkthroughs.

    Face covers are mandatory in indoor public places.

  • Cinemas

    People 13 years of age and over who would like to go to these establishments have to present their vaccination passport. For information on all the places and activities included, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    Since October 8, 2021, there are no more spectator or section limit in cinemas.

    • Spectators must remain seated at their seats.
    • Physical distancing is no longer required when people are seated.
    • Eating/drinking permitted.
    • Face coverings must be worn indoors at all times, but may be removed to eat or drink.

    Admission must be through the issuance of entrance tickets.

  • Audiences (auditoriums)

    As of September 1, 2021, anyone wishing to enter a performance venue, movie theatre, or sports venue must show a vaccination passport. For a list of venues and activities this applies to, see the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    There are no longer any limits on audience size in performance venues, movie theatres, and sports venues, and the requirement for separate zones has been lifted. Attendees must remain in their own seat and are no longer required to distance. They must wear masks the entire time, except when drinking or eating.

    Outdoor stadiums, amphitheatres, performance halls, and similar permanent venues that require a vaccination passport are not subject to audience limits. Attendees must remain in their own seat and are no longer required to distance.

    Festivals and large outdoor events where attendees are standing, walking around, or sitting in unassigned seats are allowed, provided basic health requirements and other special requirements for the event are followed.

    At outdoor events where attendees are standing or sitting in unassigned seats, the venue must be divided into separate sections each with a maximum of 500 people. There must be a minimum area of 2 m2 per person. Reservations are mandatory. Face coverings are recommended when moving around.

    There are other rules for outdoor events where attendees are moving around.

    For full details on the specific instructions for promoters for each type of event, see the Instructions for festival and event promoters page.

  • Drive-ins

    Maximum 5,000 people by representation. The cars must be spaced so as to respect a distance of 1 m between the people laterally. Viewers must remain in their cars during the projection or performance.

  • Sports and recreation

    Starting from October 8, 2021, the promoters of indoor and outdoor sporting events with assigned seating will no longer have to limit the number of spectators and provide separate zones. Masks will be mandatory indoors except when drinking and eating. Masks will no longer be mandatory outdoors but are strongly recommended.

    Since September 1, 2021, people wishing to practise certain sports and recreation activities have to present their vaccination passport.  For information on all the places and activities concerned, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    Outdoor amateur sports and recreation activities, including classes and guided workouts, are allowed in public spaces for groups of not more than 50 people, excluding officials, staff, and volunteers. Organized matches, leagues, competitions, and amateur tournaments are allowed for a maximum of 500 spectators seated per facility at assigned seats on stands or bleachers. A maximum of 50 spectators are allowed if they are not seated.

    As much as possible, physical distancing guidelines must be respected during sports and physical activities. Participants can come into contact or be in close proximity when doing so cannot be avoided; however, it remains important to limit the number of contacts. Activities should be carried out with the same partner(s) as much as possible. One person can be added to the group to give lessons or to act as a supervisor. In accordance with the CNESST rules, one of the following measures must be applied: physical distancing, the presence of a physical barrier or wearing of a mask during interactions carried out less than 2 m apart when indoors or 1 m apart when outdoors.

    One person can be added to the group to give lessons or to act as a supervisor, provided that a physical distance of 1 metres is maintained between the additional person and participants, and that this person wears the protective equipment that CNESST rules prescribe This hyperlink will open in a new window. This hyperlink will open in a new window..

    Indoors: Amateur sports and recreational activities, including guided lessons and training, are permitted in outdoor public places for groups of no more than 25 individuals from different households, including officials, employees and volunteers. Organized games and matches as well as leagues, competitions and amateur tournaments are permitted. In addition, a maximum of 250 spectators are allowed if they are seated per section at designated seats on terraces or platforms. A maximum of 25 spectators are allowed if they are not seated.

    Practice sites must be supervised at all times by at least one individual. This person must be present at the facility or site (with separate entrances and exits, and controlled access) and employed or designated by the site owner.

    Access to washrooms and locker rooms is permitted. They must be cleaned and disinfected regularly throughout the day. The number of people allowed to access these facilities simultaneously should be limited so as to allow for a physical distance of 2 metres between individuals from different households at all times.

    Sports and recreational events are permitted on a larger scale, with spectators. Please consult the Instructions for festival and event promoters.

    Facilities for bowling, billiards and darts are open.

    The number of people present is determined by the site managers based on the capacity of the facility, allowing for physical distancing measures to be strictly applied and contact between people to be avoided. The maximum visitor capacity must be indicated in indoor facilities.

    At sites with controlled access, the number of visitors permitted must be managed.

    At sites with open access, the visitor capacity must be indicated, along with a reminder concerning applicable public health guidelines.

    It is possible to borrow or rent equipment if it is cleaned between each use. The use of personal equipment is still the preferred option.

    One person may be permitted to accompany another when necessary (e.g. the parent of a child under 10 years old or an individual accompanying a person with a disability). This individual should be counted among the maximum number of people allowed per group.

    Training for individuals responsible for the safety of participants engaging in activities is permitted (e.g. training for lifeguards, monitors, coaches). However, participants in training activities must strictly respect the physical distancing guidelines and the protocols that have been established.

    In physical fitness centres (gyms), training activities carried out by individuals, in pairs or by members of two households are permitted. Lessons may be provided to individuals and to groups of no more than 25 participants, with compulsory supervision. A physical distance of 2 metres must be maintained at all times between instructors or coaches and participants. Wearing a face covering is mandatory when moving from one machine or space to another. A compulsory sign-in record must be kept in physical fitness centres and the maximum capacity of the facility must be posted.

    Private lessons at home

    Inside homes

    Maximum of 10 people from different addresses or the occupants of 3 households. When people are 1 m apart or less, it is strongly recommended that people who do not have adequate protection against COVID-19 and who do not reside at the same address, wear masks or face coverings.

    Outdoor (private property) and on balconies

    Maximum of 20 people from different addresses or the occupants of 3 households. Physical distancing is strongly recommended.

    In indoor public places, the situation is different. Indoor amateur sports and recreational activities, including guided lessons and training, are permitted for 25 people from different households, excluding officials, employees and volunteers.

  • Private events and social activities

    Outdoor public settings

    Maximum 50 people, regardless of the outdoor public space. Physical distancing must be respected.

    Rented halls or indoor public settings

    Maximum 25 people, regardless of the location of the venue or outdoor public space. Physical distancing must be respected and the wearing of face coverings is mandatory.

    Depending on the facility in which the rented venue is located, the vaccination passport may be required. It would be required for an activity taking place in a private room of a restaurant, for example. For a list of all locations and activities requiring a vaccination passport, see the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 vaccination passport page.

  • Libraries

    Open to all.

    The number of visitors permitted must be managed to allow the respect of the physical distancing.

  • Travel between regions and cities

    Travel between regions and cities is possible.

    Some specific travel measures apply to other territories and provinces, see the Travelling from one region to another or from one city to another page to find out.

  • Recreational or tourist places

    Since September 1, 2021, people who would like to go to these establishments have to present their vaccination passport.  For information on all the places and activities included, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    Certain recreational or tourist sites such as arcades, the indoor activities of thematic sites, amusement centres and parks, water parks and youth hostels will reopen, subject to compliance with strict conditions.

    Reservations are required and a customer register must be kept. Each site’s ability to ensure compliance with health measures and social distancing is used to determine how many people are allowed in at once.

  • Teleworking

    Teleworking recommended for all employees of businesses, organizations, or government who perform administrative or office work.

  • Businesses, stores and boutiques

    Since September 1, 2021, due to the nature of their activities, some businesses have to require the vaccination passport from people wishing to attend their establishment. For information on all the places and activities included, see the Places and Activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    1 person per household recommended.

    Wearing a mask or face covering that covers the nose to under the chin is mandatory in enclosed or partially enclosed public places for people age 10 and over. To know more, consult Wearing a mask or a face covering in public settings page.

    It is also recommanded to use delivery services and help from loved ones for people at high risk of complications.

  • Meetings, conventions, ceremonies, trade fairs and exhibitions

    As of September 1, 2021, a vaccination passport is required for admission to conventions and conferences. For a list of all venues and activities this applies to, see the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    There no longer any limits on the number of attendees allowed at conventions and conferences. Attendees must remain in their seats and, when indoors, must wear a mask at all times except when eating or drinking.

    A vaccination passport is required even for events of fewer than 250 people. Masks can be removed when people are seated, as long as they are one metre apart.

    For assemblies, meetings, and graduation and award ceremonies, a vaccination passport is required if there are more than 250 people indoors. Outdoors, masks are required for events with more than 500 people. Attendees must remain in their seats and when indoors must wear a mask at all times except when eating or drinking.

    A vaccination passport is not required for assemblies, meetings, and graduation and award ceremonies with 250 people or less indoors and 500 people or less outdoors. Attendees must stay one metre apart and can remove their face covering when seated and either not talking or talking quietly. However, a vaccination passport may be required if the event is held at a venue where one would normally be mandatory, such as a restaurant, bar, microbrewery, distillery, botanical garden, or recreation centre, or if the event is part of a convention. For a list of venues and activities this applies to, see the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

    Basic health guidelines must be enforced at approved trade fairs and exhibitions held in rented spaces (hotels, etc.). Depending on the establishment, a vaccination passport may be required. Exhibitors must follow current health guidelines for retail businesses.

  • Spas

    Open. Physical distancing is mandatory between people who do not reside at the same address. Face covering is also mandatory inside, except when the person receives care, a service or practices an activity that requires to remove it. In these cases, the mask or face covering may be removed for the duration of the treatment, service or activity only.

  • Personal and esthetic care

    Open

  • Educational childcare services

    Open

  • Preschools and elementary schools

    In the following nine regions, wearing a mask is mandatory at all times inside the school, including in classrooms, at the daycare, in common areas and while students are circulating, as well as while using school transportation:

    • Centre-du-Québec
    • Estrie
    • Lanaudière
    • Laurentides
    • Laval
    • Mauricie
    • Montérégie
    • Montréal
    • Outaouais
    • Appalaches regional county municipality
    • Robert-Cliche regional county municipality
    • Beauce-Sartigan regional county municipality
    • Etchemins regional county municipality

    In the following eight regions, students are not required to wear a mask in class. However, masks are mandatory in common areas and while students are circulating, as well as while using school transportation:

    • Bas-Saint-Laurent
    • Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean
    • Abitibi-Témiscamingue
    • Côte-Nord
    • Nord-du-Québec
    • Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
    • Capitale-Nationale
    • Chaudière-Appalaches (except for the Beauce-Sartigan, Appalaches, Etchemins and Robert-Cliche regional county municipalities)

    Extracurricular activities

    Extracurricular activities and sports can continue.

    However, it is possible that students be required to temporarily stop participating in their extracurricular activities, for example, if they have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 at school.

    Consult the Back-to-school 2021-2022 page to learn about all the measures that apply.

  • Secondary schools

    In the following nine regions, wearing a mask is mandatory at all times inside the school, including in classrooms, in common areas and while students are circulating, as well as while using school transportation:

    • Centre-du-Québec
    • Estrie
    • Lanaudière
    • Laurentides
    • Laval
    • Mauricie
    • Montérégie
    • Montréal
    • Outaouais
    • Appalaches regional county municipality
    • Robert-Cliche regional county municipality
    • Beauce-Sartigan regional county municipality
    • Etchemins regional county municipality

    In the following eight regions, students are not required to wear a mask in class. However, masks are mandatory in common areas and while students are circulating, as well as while using school transportation:

    • Bas-Saint-Laurent
    • Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean
    • Abitibi-Témiscamingue
    • Côte-Nord
    • Nord-du-Québec
    • Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
    • Capitale-Nationale
    • Chaudière-Appalaches (except for the Beauce-Sartigan, Appalaches, Etchemins and Robert-Cliche regional county municipalities)

    Consult the Back-to-school 2021-2022 page to learn about all the measures that apply.

    Extracurricular activities

    The vaccination passport will be required to participate in some extracurricular physical activities or sports.

    The vaccination passport will also be required to participate in interscholastic matches or competitions as part of specific sports programs and Sports-études programs.

    The outdoor activities for which the vaccination passport will be required are those involving frequent or prolonged contact.

    The vaccination passport will be required for all indoor sports and physical activities. For more details, consult the Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport page.

  • Adult education and vocational training centres

    Wearing a procedural mask is mandatory at all times, even in class.

    Procedural masks are required for all staff members, in accordance with the CNESST guidelines.

    Consult the Back-to-school 2021-2022 page to learn about all the measures that apply.

  • Post-secondary institutions

    Guidelines for the fall 2021 return to classes  

    Physical distancing between students  

    Physical distancing is not required between students in classrooms.

    However, a 2-metre distance must be maintained in specific cases: in physical fitness centres, between tables in eating areas and for some activities such as singing classes.

    In common areas of educational institutions, a 1-metre distance must be maintained between students whenever possible.  

    Extracurricular activities  

    Extracurricular activities, including sports, will be permitted in all educational institutions. However, the vaccination passport may be required. For more information, consult the web page Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport.

    Wearing of masks  

    Students are required to wear a mask at all times, including when they are seated in class or in the library; however masks can be removed when the activity calls for it (e.g. when eating, playing certain musical instruments or during theatre performances). Students may also remove their masks during singing class, provided they remain 2 metres apart.  
      
    Welcoming and integration activities 

    Welcoming and integration activities are permitted. They must take place according to the guidelines issued by the public health authorities for events of this type (ceremonies, events or social activities, depending on the case).  

    At institutions where the epidemiological risk is deemed to be greater, activities of this nature may not be held in person. 

  • CHSLDs, RIs for seniors and private seniors’ home (RPAs)

    General instructions

    Measures differ depending on whether there is an outbreak in the facility.

    Informal Caregivers and visitors must :

    • Comply fully with the basic health instructions.
    • Wear a medical procedural mask in CHSLDs, RPAs or RIs in accordance with the current guidelines. This applies to all visitors over 2 years of age indoors, and when a physical distance cannot be maintained on the grounds outdoors.
    • During their visit in the facility, caregivers and visitors who are properly protected are no longer required to maintain physical distance or wear a mask in the room or rental unit or outside on the grounds of the residential facility. Those who are not properly protected must wear a procedural mask and maintain a physical distance of 2 metres. Wearing a procedural mask and maintaining a physical distance of 2 metres is still mandatory in common areas (entrance, corridors, lounges, etc.) of the various residential facilities.
    • Provide their contact information in the entry and exit management register so that they can be contacted promptly by a public health authority in the event of an outbreak. Anyone who refuses to provide this information will not be allowed to enter the facility.

      The same person may visit their loved one more than once during the same day.

    In the event of a fire in an RPA, in an RI for seniors or in a CHSLD, additional measures must be put in place during the evacuation and at the gathering point (PDF 56 KB) This hyperlink will open in a new window. This hyperlink will open in a new window. to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    CHSLDs and RIs for seniors
    Facilities that do not have an outbreak

    Visits

    • A maximum of 9 people at a time (10 people including the resident), allowed inside the facility (in the room), while respecting the accommodation's capacity to maintain the recommended physical distance according to the protection status of the individuals concerned.
    • A maximum of 9 people allowed outside at the same time (depending on the capacity of the facility's grounds while observing physical distancing).

    Outings to attend gatherings

    Under the same conditions as for the general public.

    Resident in isolation or facilities where there is an outbreak

    Visits

    • 1 informal caregiver who is trained, identified and known to the facility is allowed per day, per resident.

    Outings to attend gatherings

    Outings to attend gatherings outside of the facility are not permitted.

    Private seniors' homes
    Facilities that do not have an outbreak

    Visits

    • A maximum of 9 people at a time (10 people including the resident) allowed inside the rental unit while respecting the accommodation's capacity to maintain the recommended physical distance according to the protection status of the individuals concerned.
    • A maximum of 9 people allowed outside at the same time (depending on the capacity of the facility's grounds while observing physical distancing).
    • Fully protected residents can spend time together inside their rental units. For more information, visit the page People adequately protected against COVID-19.

    Fully protected residents are no longer required to follow recommendations for distancing and wearing a mask or face covering at a private gathering in their rental unit and in common areas when the RPA is located in a green zone. For other residents, masks are still recommended inside their rental unit, unless they can maintain 2-metre physical distancing.

    Outings to attend gatherings

    Under the same conditions as for the general public.

    Dining rooms

    A maximum of 10 residents per table allowed, favoring the same groups of residents. 9 informal caregivers or visitors can go to the dining room with the resident (at the same table without being seated with other residents of the RPA), according to the usual rules of the facility.

    Resident in isolation or facilities where there is an outbreak

    Visits

    • 1 informal caregiver who is trained, identified and known to the facility per day, per resident.

    Outings to attend gatherings

    Outings to attend gatherings are not permitted.

    Due to greater epidemiological risk, RPAs in the following regions are subject to special guidelines.

    • Chaudières-Appalaches. Specifically the following RMC:
      • Des Appalaches,
      • Beauce-Sartigan,
      • Bellechasse,
      • Nouvelle-Beauce,
      • Robert-Cliche,
      • Des Etchemins;
    • Estrie
    • Lanaudière
    • Laurentides
    • Laval
    • Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec
    • Montérégie
    • Montreal
    • Outaouais

    Residents must wear masks when moving about and when using the elevator and indoor common areas. Residents who are adequately protected can participate in activities and social gatherings in indoor common areas without having to maintain 2 metre physical distancing, but mask wearing remains mandatory.

    Lastly, in RPAs with a suspected case or an outbreak, additional measures apply to limit the spread.

  • Private professional and health services

    Open.

  • Assistance and resources in cases of conjugal violence

    The lockdown must not prevent victims of conjugal violence from leaving an environment where they feel they are in danger. If you are a victim of conjugal violence or if you know someone who is, help and resources are available to you.

    To find out about the types of assistance and resources available, go to the Conjugal Violence page This hyperlink will open in a new window. This hyperlink will open in a new window..

  • Community organizations

    Community organizations are allowed to provide services, including in-person activities. People must wear a mask or face covering and maintain physical distancing.

    Support group workshops and meetings (e.g., Alcoholics Anonymous) are permitted up to a maximum of 250 participants, provided all remain seated and separated by at least a chair-length. Public health guidelines must be followed at all times.

    Indoor and outdoor sports and leisure activities must comply with the instructions for this type of activity.

  • Other long-term applicable measures

    Offence reports and fines are issued to individuals who fail to comply with the measures.