February 1st - COVID-19 Update
In the absence of concerning trends in public health and health care indicators, Ontario will follow a cautious and phased approach to lifting public health measures, with 21 days between each step. The updated public measures, effective January 31st, 2022 at 12:01am, are as follows:
Increasing or maintaining capacity limits at 50% in indoor public settings, including but not limited to:
• restaurants, bars, and other food or drink establishments
• meeting and event spaces, such as conference rooms
Requiring the number of patrons permitted to sit at a table at restaurants and meeting spaces that serve food and drink to be limited to 10 people and patrons must be seated
Proof of Vaccination:
Patrons will be required to show proof of enhanced vaccine certificates with government-issued ID to Screener to access the Food Court Seating area and Conference Room Centre.
To obtain your enhanced vaccine certificate, please visit Ontario’s Vaccination Portal.
Mall hours will remain at 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday to Sunday.
Entrance # 2, Professional Office entrance & hallway will remain close.
Mall benches will remain closed.
Not loitering or exercising within the mall.
Not eating or drinking permitted in public corridors.
Face Mask are required.
Physical distancing required.
Safety Plan and Capacity Limits posted.
Link to Rules for Areas at Step 3 and at the roadmap exit step:
O. Reg. 364/20: RULES FOR AREAS AT STEP 3 AND AT THE ROADMAP EXIT STEP (ontario.ca).
Provincial Media Release:
Ontario Outlines Steps to Cautiously and Gradually Ease Public Health Measures | Ontario Newsroom
Resources: Updated Capacity Signs
Poster: Capacity Limit
We will continue to monitor and implement changes required to comply with the Reopening Act of Ontario. Thank you in advance for your attention on this matter.