Provincial Guidelines for Hotels:
- - Meeting & Event Facilities
- - Organized Public Events, Social Gatherings, Religious Services, Rites and Ceremonies
- - Events & Gatherings
- - Weddings, Funerals and other Religious Services, Rites or Ceremonies
- - Bars & Restaurants
- - Pools, Spas & Recreational Water
City of Brampton Guidelines for Hotels:
BARS & RESTAURANTS:
- No indoor dining
- No outdoor or patio dining
- Takeout, drive-through and delivery services allowed
- Food trucks permitted for takeout
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EVENTS AND GATHERINGS:
Organized public events and social gatherings:
- All Ontario residents are required to remain at home with exceptions for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services, for exercise or for essential work.
- No indoor organized public events or social gatherings except with members of the same household. Individuals who live alone, including seniors, may consider having close contact with one other person
- Outdoor organized public events or social gatherings limited to a maximum of five people; masks are recommended outdoors when physical distancing of 2 metres is not possible
Weddings, funerals, religious services and rites:
- Wedding services, funeral services and religious services, rites or ceremonies where physical distancing can be maintained can have up to 10 people indoors.
Gyms and fitness Centres
- Closed as they are not essential services
Indoor sports and recreational facilities
- Closed to the public, including pools, rinks
- Some exceptions allowed i.e. professional sports groups as mentioned in legislation allowed to rent City-owned recreational facilities for practice.
SUPPORT FOR BUSINESSES:
For Government support such as grants, loans, credits and other government programs please visit our Government Support for Businesses page here.
REOPENING THE CITY OF BRAMPTON:
February 19, 2021: Stay-at-Home Order Extended in Toronto and Peel Public Health Regions Along with North Bay-Parry Sound (York Region to Return to Strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework)
January 13, 2021: Government of Ontario Declares Second Provincial State of Emergency
December 22, 2020: Government of Ontario Announces Provincewide Shutdown in effect December 26
December 21, 2020: Ontario Announces Provincewide Shutdown to Stop Spread of COVID-19. Effective as of Saturday, December 26, 2020, at 12:01 a.m.
Provincewide Shutdown PDF. The information contained in this document is intended to communicate a summary of information about measures proposed to come into effect in Ontario or in areas of Ontario at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, December 26.
July 09, 2020: The City of Brampton By-law 135-2020 requiring the wearing of masks or face coverings in all enclosed public places comes into effect on July 10, 2020. By-Law is available here in PDF. Read more about how this impacts your business here
Workers at Essential Businesses Exempt From Physical Distancing By-law
The City of Brampton supports Brampton's business community and the important role that essential businesses play in our economy every day, and particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. The City recognizes that, in some workplaces, physical distancing of 2 metres is not always possible. As a result, workers at essential businesses are exempt from the physical distancing regulations in the City's COVID-19 Emergency Measures By-law.
However, as always, employers must ensure they are meeting all Provincial and Public Health Guidelines, orders and other applicable legislation and doing all they can to protect the health and safety of their employees.
The City of Brampton appreciates the efforts of essential businesses and workers during this challenging time and will do all they can to support employers in implementing necessary safety measures to protect their employees. We must work together to flatten the curve. We are in this together.
If employers or employees are unsure about Provincial or Public Health guidelines, orders and other applicable legislation, please contact the Ministry of Labour or the Economic Development team at firstname.lastname@example.org for clarification.