Latest Update: April 8, 2022
CAN continues to actively monitor ongoing provincial health orders (PHOs). At this time, proof of vaccination is no longer required for anyone over 12 years old (including spectators) in recreation facilities such as pools, arenas and fitness centres. Please check with the facility where your program or event is hosted for the latest
updates, as proof of vaccination requirements may vary.
Our team will update members, staff and volunteers if the current PHOs change or are extended in a manner that affects programming and/or events.
- Update to proof of vaccination – October 28, 2021
- Fall Update: BC Vaccine Card – September 15, 2021
- PHO Update: Masks & proof of vaccination – August 2021
- Winter update: Health and safety protocols – January 2021
- Indoor Programs Resume & Heightened Safety Protocols – November 22, 2020
- Indoor Programs Suspended in Lower Mainland – November 9, 2020
- New COVID-19 Protocols for In-Person Programs – August 6, 2020
- Our Plan This Summer – June 29, 2020
- The Working Plan for Summer – May 22, 2020
- Spring Programs Update – April 6, 2020
- Frequently Asked Questions – March 17, 2020
- Health Statement – March 13, 2020
Communicable Disease Prevention Plan
As we look forward to welcoming participants back, there will be important changes to participant safety. Our safety protocols are detailed in full in our Safety Plan. All parents, guardians and/or participants must read the full document and agree to the protocols before their enrollment is confirmed in any CAN program.
Safety Protocols for COVID-19: What to Expect
CAN Restart Plan
As expected, our upcoming year will look much different due to the safety, financial and logistical challenges created by COVID-19.
As we approach Phase 4 of the CAN Restart Plan:
- In-person programming scales resumes to pre-COVID levels with safety protocols in place (eg. Kelowna, Nanaimo and other areas as funding allows)
- All pre-COVID programs resume
- Limited virtual program offerings for members who prefer the platform and in remote communities
- Large fundraising and third-party events resume pending local health orders