By order and direction of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO), all gathering and events are suspended to significantly reduce COVID-19 transmission related to social interactions. The order came into effect November 19, 2020 at midnight and will be kept in place until further notice based on direction from the PHO.
Avoid all non-essential travel, including travel into and out of B.C. and between regions of the province. View the current travel advisory.
Between March 29 at midnight and May 25 at midnight the PHO is strengthening province-wide restrictions:
- The variance allowing indoor religious gatherings and worship services between March 28 and May 13 is suspended
- Indoor low intensity group exercise classes are cancelled
- Restaurants, pubs and bars are closed for indoor dining. Outdoor patio seating and take-out or delivery is allowed
- Workplaces with a COVID-19 exposure may be ordered to close for a minimum of 10 days
Winter looks different in Whistler this year. But don't worry - many of your favorite seasonal activities are still available to enjoy in a safe and joyful manner. Start some new traditions, while helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
- Masks required in all indoor public spacesMasks are required in all indoor public spaces effective August 25 – This includes municipal hall, Whistler Public Library and Meadow Park Sports Centre.
- is required to access Meadow Park Sports Centre for all activities and certain activities at Myrtle Phillip Community Centre for anyone age 12+Proof of vaccination is required to access Meadow Park Sports Centre for all activities and certain activities at Myrtle Phillip Community Centre for anyone age 12+
- Changes to passholder reservations at MPSCReservations are no longer required for gym, pool or public skate access at Meadow Park Sports Centre. Facility access remains passholder only.
- Passholder access only to MPSCMeadow Park Sports Centre is passholder access only