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Many municipal and provincial governments across Canada have made it mandatory for everyone to wear masks in indoor public spaces.
What does this mean for you?
- Where required, you may be asked to wear a mask in indoor public spaces, including stores and restaurants.
- Most regulations require that the masks or face coverings must cover your nose, mouth and chin, without any gaps.
- Restaurants will likely have signage indicating this requirement at their entrance. Restaurants or stores may require you to follow their mask and face covering policy to access their public space.
You’re responsible for complying with all applicable laws and regulations in your province, territory or city. Always keep an eye out for new updates and revisions to By-Laws and regulations. Please keep an eye out for local updates and regulations passed by the local government in your area.
Failing to comply with mandatory mask regulations may affect your access to the Skip Network.