Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced a three-step reopening plan starting June 1, 2021.
Alberta will enter stage 2 on June 10th.
- Masks are mandatory for all indoor workplaces.
- Masks are mandatory on public transit, public vehicles (for-hire) and in all public indoor spaces.
- Indoor social gatherings prohibited.
- Outdoor social gatherings increase to 20 people, with distancing.
- Wedding ceremonies may occur with up to 20 attendees. Receptions are permitted outdoors only.
- Funeral ceremonies with up to 20 people permitted, not including facility staff, funeral clergy or organizers not considered guests. Receptions are permitted outdoors only.
- Capacity for places of worship increases to one-third of fire code occupancy.
- Outdoor fixed seating facilities (e.g., grandstands) can open with one-third seated capacity.
- Public outdoor gatherings increase to 150 people (e.g. concerts/festivals), with restrictions.
- Spectators can attend indoor and outdoor physical activities and performances:
- 1/3 venue capacity for indoor activities (arenas, theatres) and for outdoor fixed-seated (grandstand) events
- 150 people maximum for non-fixed seated events (this limit includes spectators, athletes/performers, production teams, referees and coaches)
- 2 metres of physical distancing must be maintained at all times
Alberta Capital Region Services:
- Public Libraries – EPL will reopen with limited in-person services starting on Monday, June 14.
- Lost or impounded cats and dogs – Open with restrictions
- Parks — Open
- Disc golf courses — Open
- Outdoor Skateparks — Open
- YMCA – Open
City of Edmonton
- Edmonton to Reopen Recreation Facilities and Attractions Starting June 10th – See here for a detailed list
Edmonton Area Attractions
- Muttart Conservatory – Reopens June 11th
- Royal Alberta Museum – Reopens June 16th
- Alberta Art Gallery – Reopens June 19th
- TELUS World of Science – Edmonton will partially reopen on July 1.
- Alberta Aviation Museum – Reopens July 1st
- Snow Valley Aerial Park – Open
- Marine Life (WEM)- Reopens June 10th
- World Waterpark – Reopens June 18th
- Galaxyland – Reopens June 18th
- DRIVE – Reopens June 10th
- Fort Edmonton Park – Reopens July 1st
- John Walter Museum – Reopens July 5th
- Rutherford House Provincial Historic Site – Closed Summer 2021
WHAT ARE OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
- Restaurants – 6 people per table max, indoors or outdoors
- Gyms and fitness studios – open for solo and drop-in activities and indoor fitness classes with 3 metre distancing
- Indoor recreation, entertainment and other settings (rec centres, arenas, casinos, cinemas, theatres, museums, galleries, libraries, etc.) – open at 1/3 of fire code occupancy
- Personal and wellness services – resume walk-in service
- Retail – 1/3 of fire code occupancy (must maintain ability to distance)
- Youth activities (day camps, overnight camps, play centres) – resume with restrictions
- Youth and adult sports – resume with no restrictions, indoors and outdoors
- Indoor performance activities are permitted, including: dancing, singing, acting or playing a musical instrument
rehearsals or theatrical performances
- Dinner theatres are permitted at 1/3 capacity.
WHAT IS CLOSED
- Large Scale Festivals and Events
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