Alberta government has lifted the state of emergency. Existing ministerial and public-health orders remain in place.
Last update: June 25 | 3:00 PM
Alberta is in Phase 2 of reopening- Details
- K-12 schools, for requested diploma exams and summer school, following guidance
- More surgeries
- Wellness services such as massage, acupuncture and reflexology
- Personal services (esthetics, cosmetic skin and body treatments, manicures, pedicures, waxing, facial treatment, artificial tanning)
- Indoor recreation, fitness, and sports, including gyms and arenas
- Movie theatres and theatres
- Community halls
- Team sports
- Pools for leisure swimming
- VLTs in restaurants and bars
- Casinos and bingo halls (but not table games)
- Instrumental concerts
For ideas on what to do this weekend,
- Things to do this weekend in Calgary
- Fun Things to Do in Calgary Area During COVID-19 Alberta Reopening Phase
- Things to Do to Celebrate Father’s Day in Calgary
Alberta Gathering Limits
Limit on gatherings to 50 people indoors and 100 people outside.
- No cap on the number of people (with public health measures and physical distancing in place):
- Worship gatherings
- Restaurants, cafés, lounges and bars
- Bingo halls
Parks & Outdoor
- Provincial Parks Open; Parks reservation open from May 14, with camping from June 1.
- Many Alberta Parks Open For First Come First Served Basis Camping at 100% Capacity From June 12
- City Parks Open — 1,100 City-operated playgrounds will reopen starting May 29.
- Skate parks but users must maintain two metres minimum distance and avoid touching surfaces including benches and railings.
- City-owned golf courses with physical distancing rules in place following the provincial government’s decision on the safely staged COVID-19 relaunch. Online bookings open now.
- The city is also reopening athletic sports fields.
Tourism Attractions Open
- Museums and art galleries are allowed to open. (Most attractions yet to announce plans)
- The Calgary Zoo
- Heritage Park: Haskayne Mercantile, and Gasoline Alley Museum and the Railway Café is open. Heritage Park will reopen on June 27th.
- The Military Museums
- The Hangar Flight Museum
- Calgary Tower
- The Glenmore Reservoir
- Winsport Mini Golf. Winsport Gym facilities and arenas to reopen soon.
- Canyon Meadows Movie Theatre
- Plaza Theatre
- Skyline Luge
- Cineplex Theatres from June 26.
- Calgary Farmyard
- Cobbs Corn Maze
- Landmark Cinemas From June 26
- Cineplex Theatres From June 26
- Telus Spark from July 9
Parks to Visit in Calgary:
- Urban Walking Trails
- Nature Attractions & Parks to Explore
- Places to Go Birding
- Must-Visit Scenic Lookouts
- Waterfall Hikes
Food & Grocery
- Grocery Stores Open
- Restaurants Open for Takeout; Cafés, restaurants(Cafés, restaurants, pubs and bars with no seating restrictions from June 12th) List of Restaurants and Patios Open for Dine-in in Calgary
- Retail businesses, such as clothing, furniture and bookstores.
- All vendors at farmers’ markets will also be able to operate.
- Shopping Malls will open for in-store payments and purchases.
- Farmers Markets are open.
- Hairstyling and barbershops.
- From June 12th: Personal services (esthetics, cosmetic skin and body treatments, manicures, pedicures, waxing, facial treatment, artificial tanning)
City Services & Other Facilities
- City reopening some recreation centres, arenas, and sports fields.
- Calgary Public Library offers curbside pickup. The Library intends to pilot reopening measures starting Tuesday, June 23 at three locations: Forest Lawn, Crowfoot, and Fish Creek.
- Some Splash Pads, Wading Pools in July
- Stephen Avenue will be car-free
- Calgary Transiton Reduced Levels
- Animal Services Centre
- Online Calgary Library Services
- pharmacies, office buildings, shelters
- Waste Management/Garbage services.
- Youth Employment Centre Open: Staff have been working from home, answering calls from youth who are looking for work. They still help youth look for jobs, apply for them, and help them prepare for the interview. Youth aged 15-24 can go online to visit the Youth Employment Centre to book a remote appointment.
- The city is ending the 30-minute curbside pickup and delivery free parking zone promotion on May 31. From June 1, payment will be required again.
WHAT IS CLOSED
Events & Festivals
- All Events are Cancelleduntil August 31.
Attractions & Facilities in Calgary Closed
- Remington YMCA at Quarry Park
- Great Plains Recreation Facility
- Shane Homes YMCA at Rocky Ridge
- Brookfield YMCA at Seton
- Westside Recreation Centre
- Melcor YMCA at Crowfoot
- Shawnessy YMCA
- Saddletowne YMCA
- Cardel Rec South (includes South Fish Creek Rec Association)
- Vivo Centre for Healthier Generations
- Genesis Centre (includes NECCS)
- Trico Centre for Family Wellness
- Repsol Centre
- Glenbow Museum
- Bow Habitat Station
- TELUS Spark will be closed temporarily with all programs and events scheduled during that time cancelled.
- Esker Foundation
- Fort Calgary
- Studio Bell