Toronto Mask Exemption

Toronto Mask Exemption
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Must wear mask in any enclosed space in an establishment open to the public (including places of business for the sale of goods and services; places of worship; community centers and indoor recreational facilities; libraries, art galleries, museums, aquariums, zoos and similar facilities; community service agencies; event spaces such as banquet halls and stadiums; premises used as a real estate open house; common areas of hotels and similar facilities; and theatres, casinos and other entertainment facilities).

Must wear mask in common areas of condominium and apartment buildings.

Masks required when travelling on TTC public transit.


  • Children under age 2
  • Persons with an underlying medical condition that inhibits their ability to wear a mask
  • Persons unable to place or remove mask without assistance
  • Employees in areas designated for them and not for public access, or within or behind a physical barrier
  • Persons who are reasonably accommodated by not wearing a mask in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code
  • (The policy shall not require employees or members of the public to provide proof of the above exceptions)
  • Temporary removal of mask where necessary for the purpose of receiving services, or while engaging in athletic or fitness activity


City Bylaw

See 2020 bylaws 541 and 664

TTC Bylaw

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