- Retail businesses can operate at 75 per cent capacity
- Fitness facilities can operate at 75 per cent capacity and must maintain three metres between people during high-intensity activities both indoors and outdoors
- Recognized businesses and organizations can resume hosting events with 150 people outdoors, or 50 per cent of a venue’s capacity to a maximum of 100 indoors
- These events must stop any food or alcohol service by 10 p.m. and end by 11 p.m.
- These events include social events, arts and culture events, sport and recreation events, special events, festivals, faith gatherings, weddings with receptions, and funerals with visitation and receptions
- These events include bingo, darts and other similar activities hosted by licensed and unlicensed establishments
- These gathering limits also apply to meetings and training hosted by private businesses or organizations, provincial and municipal government, first responder organizations, mental health and addictions support groups, and organized clubs
- Organized clubs can host activities for all ages and follow the day camp guidelines to have cohorts of up to 15 within the larger indoor or outdoor gathering limit
- Spectators are allowed at events, including sports games and practices and arts and culture rehearsals and performances, except when they are held at schools
- Large facilities that already have approved plans can resume hosting events with multiple groups of 100 that are kept separate with their own entrances and exits and their own washrooms
- Centre 200 in Sydney and Scotiabank Centre in Halifax can have multiple groups of 150
Sports teams and individual competitors are still restricted to playing and competing with other teams and people with whom they routinely play or compete.
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