Updated: March 20, 2022
As of 12:01 am on March 21st, the Government of Ontario has taken another step in the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and removed the masking requirement when entering public facilities. This is in addition to the removal of proof of vaccination requirements. All attendees are still required to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering the building. Screening instructions are posted at all entrances.
Event organizers have the right – and may elect – to require proof of vaccination and/or masking requirements for their events, in which case, one of or both, would be required to enter the event space. Please contact your event organizer to confirm in advance. The Government of Ontario classifies fully vaccinated as two doses plus 14 days. Proof of vaccination must also be accompanied by valid photo ID.
As always, the Shaw Centre’s priority is the health and safety of our staff, clients, and attendees.
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Shaw Centre’s Safe Spaces: Re-opening and Safety Guidance Plan
In addition to the Province of Ontario’s Guidance for Professional Meeting and Event Facilities during COVID-19, we are happy to provide our clients with an extensive list of health and safety options for which they can choose to implement if required.
Please find below a quick summary of some of the key items that have been implemented:
We want to ensure you that when we open our doors, our building will be prepared to provide you with the same high-level, safe experience you’re accustomed to.
The following Safe Spaces document was prepared and update when restrictions were at their highest and can be used as an example of some of the items that clients can choose to implement if required.
*NOTE: the current restrictions are not those listed within this document but at the top of this webpage.
For the latest developments, we also encourage you to visit the following websites:
Government of Canada Travel Advice and Advisory