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Hover over the provinces and territories to see current restrictions on domestic conferences and large gatherings. Information updated as of October 20, 2021.

British Columbia

British Columbia

Vancouver, Whistler, Victoria, Kelowna

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

Northern Health region (except Terrace, Kitimat, Haida Gwaii, Prince Rupert, Stikine, Telegraph Creek, Snow Country and Nisga’a): As of October 15, people aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated to attend indoor and outdoor personal gatherings. Indoor personal gatherings can have 1 household plus maximum 5 people and outdoor personal gatherings can have 1 household plus maximum 25 people. Proof of full vaccination for people aged 12 and older is required to attend organized gatherings...

Northern Health region (except Terrace, Kitimat, Haida Gwaii, Prince Rupert, Stikine, Telegraph Creek, Snow Country and Nisga’a): As of October 15...

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Alberta

Alberta

Calgary, Edmonton, Banff | Lake Louise, Jasper

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

Fully vaccinated people: Indoor private social gatherings are limited to 2 households to maximum 10 fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older. There are no restrictions on children under 12. Unvaccinated people: Indoor social gatherings are not permitted for people aged 12 and older who are unvaccinated. Outdoor private gatherings: Outdoor private social gatherings can have maximum 20 people with 2 metres physical distancing at all times. Outdoor public gatherings: Events and facilities that..

Fully vaccinated people: Indoor private social gatherings are limited to 2 households to maximum 10 fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older...

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Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

Regina, Saskatoon

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

As of October 18, proof of full vaccination proof of full vaccination or a privately-paid-for negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours is required for people aged 12 and older to access event venues, including conference centres, meeting rooms and banquet facilities. There are no limits on gatherings at private residences.

As of October 18, proof of full vaccination proof of full vaccination or a privately-paid-for negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours...

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Manitoba

Manitoba

Winnipeg, Churchill

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

As of October 5: There are no limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences for fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older as well as children under the age of 12. If any unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people are present, indoor gatherings at private residences are limited to members of 1 other household; outdoor gatherings can have up to 10 people. There are no limits on public indoor gatherings for fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older as well as children under...

As of October 5: There are no limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences for fully vaccinated people aged 12 and older...

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Ontario

Ontario

Toronto, Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Waterloo Region

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

Proof of full vaccination (full series of doses + 14 days) plus proof of government-issued identification showing name and date of birth is required for people aged 12 and older to attend indoor meeting and event spaces, such as banquet halls and conference/convention centres. Outdoor venues with a usual capacity of 20,000+ people will also require proof of full vaccination. As of October 9, capacity at indoor meeting and event spaces is limited to the number of people...

Proof of full vaccination (full series of doses + 14 days) plus proof of government-issued identification showing name and date...

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Quebec

Quebec

Montreal, Quebec City, Tremblant

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

Quebec residents aged 13 and older must show their vaccine passport to access meetings, conventions, festivals and other events. See the full list here. People who reside outside Quebec must show printed proof of vaccination, combined with identification. Private indoor gatherings can have up to 10 people from different households or all occupants of 3 households. Private outdoor gatherings can have up to 20 people from different households or all occupants of 3 households...

Quebec residents aged 13 and older must show their vaccine passport to access meetings, conventions, festivals and other events...

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New Brunswick

New Brunswick

Fredericton, Saint John

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

Circuit breaker regions (Zone 1 (Moncton region) as far north as and including Sainte-Anne-de-Kent and including Havelock in Zone 2; the northern portion of Zone 3 from and including Deerville and Florenceville-Bristol, but excluding Hayesville and Parker Ridge; all of Zone 4 (Edmundston region); all of Zone 5 (Campbellton region))): No private indoor or outdoor gatherings are permitted; people must limit contacts to those in their household. Rest of province: As of October 12, indoor...

Circuit breaker regions (Zone 1 (Moncton region) as far north as and including Sainte-Anne-de-Kent and including Havelock in Zone 2...

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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Halifax

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

As of October 4,physical distancing and gathering limits are lifted for formal gatherings hosted by a recognized business. Proof of full vaccination is required for people aged 12 and older to participate in most indoor and outdoor public events and activities that bring groups of people together, including festivals, special events, concerts and conferences hosted by a recognized business or organization. See the full list here. Proof of vaccination is not be required for business meetings/ac

As of October 4,physical distancing and gathering limits are lifted for formal gatherings hosted by a recognized business. Proof of full vaccination is required...

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Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

As of October 5, proof of full vaccination (2 doses + 14 days) is required for people aged 12 and older to attend organized gatherings, such as conferences and trade fairs. These gatherings can have cohorts of up to 200 people indoors and up to 400 people outdoors, with no limit on the number of cohorts. See a list here. Personal gatherings can have up to 20 people indoors or outdoors.

As of October 5, proof of full vaccination (2 doses + 14 days) is required for people aged 12 and older to attend organized gatherings...

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Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador

St Johns, Fogo island

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

As of October 22, proof of full vaccination via the NLVaxPass and valid ID will be required for people aged 12 and older to attend any gathering hosted at a recognized business or organization, or other venue used to host gatherings. People aged 19 and older must present one photo ID or two pieces of non-photo ID (both must include their name and at least one must have their date of birth). Informal private indoor gatherings can have the number of people who can fit into the space with...

As of October 22, proof of full vaccination via the NLVaxPass and valid ID will be required for people aged 12 and older...

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Yukon

Yukon

Whitehorse

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

Until November 30, people are advised to limit social gatherings to 20 people indoors if everyone is fully vaccinated and to 6 people if not everyone is fully vaccinated. As of November 30, proof of full vaccination will be required for people aged 12 and older to attend events.

Until November 30, people are advised to limit social gatherings to 20 people indoors if everyone is fully vaccinated and to 6 people if not everyone is fully vaccinated...

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Northwest Territories

Northwest Territories

Yellowknife

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

As of October 20 in Hay River and October 14 in Yellowknife, N’Dilo and Dettah: All indoor private gatherings are prohibited with people outside a household. Outdoor public gatherings can have maximum 25 people with physical distancing. As of October 20 on K’atl’odeeche First Nations Reserve Lands and October 14 in Behchoko: All indoor and outdoor gatherings are prohibited with people outside of a household. Rest of NWT: Most indoor and outdoor gatherings, both private and public, and...

As of October 20 in Hay River and October 14 in Yellowknife, N’Dilo and Dettah: All indoor private gatherings are prohibited with people outside a household...

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Nunavut

Nunavut

Iqaluit

Domestic Conferences & Large Gatherings:

As of October 8 in Coral Harbour: Gatherings in homes are not permitted. Outdoor private gatherings are limited to 5 people. Indoor public gatherings are not permitted. Outdoor public gatherings must have 2 metre physical distancing in place. Rest of Nunavut: Gatherings in homes are limited to a household plus 15 people. There are no restrictions on outdoor gatherings. Indoor public gatherings can have maximum 50% capacity or 50 people, whichever is less. Indoor gatherings in community halls...

As of October 8 in Coral Harbour: Gatherings in homes are not permitted. Outdoor private gatherings are limited to 5 people. Indoor public gatherings...

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