Masks are mandatory in all enclosed public spaces, including retail businesses, restaurants (except when eating and drinking), places of worship, arts, cultural and entertainment locations, sports and recreation facilities (except during physical activity), common areas in office buildings and post-secondary campuses.
Masks mandatory at public transit stations and on public transit.
- Children under age 2
- Children between ages 2 and 5 who cannot be persuaded to wear a mask
- Persons for whom wearing a mask is not possible due to a medical condition
- Persons who cannot remove a mask without assistance
- A person who is reasonably accommodated by not wearing a mask in accordance with the Human Rights Act
- While receiving care or being provided a service requiring that the mask be removed
- Consuming food or a beverage in a public place
- Performers or officiants in the course of performing activities requiring the playing of instruments or vocalization, at conventions, social events, arts and culture events, sports or physical activity, weddings, funerals and faith gatherings
Updated as of February 16, 2021