We will be working in partnership with the City of St.Albert and the various facilities and staff to support recent COVID health measures.
Access to indoor recreation facilities will continue with the following additional measures as put in place by the provincial government on September 16:
Youth (under 18) sport, fitness, recreation and performance activities:
- Indoor group classes, training, and competitions are permitted, but participants are required to:
- screen for symptoms
- maintain 2 metres distancing, except when youth are engaged in physical activity
- wear a mask, except youth while engaged in physical activity
- Spectator attendance is restricted to 1/3 fire code capacity, attendees are limited to a single household or two close contacts if living alone and must be masked and maintain 2 metres physical distancing.
- Outdoor activities can continue with no restrictions.**Please note that there are additional provincial restrictions pertaining to Outdoor Social Gatherings (outdoor private social gatherings limited to a maximum of 200 people, with 2 metre physical distancing at all times.
- Mark Messier-145
- Troy Murray-50
- Go Auto -165
- Jarome Iginla- 215
- Kinex- 70
On September 16th, 2021, the City of St. Albert Council moved to implement the Restriction Exemption Program as soon as reasonably possible with the intent to allow vaccinated users to experience as little disruption as possible to their normal routines and activities. You can find the City of St.Albert Public Health Measures here: City of St.Albert Public Health Measures
As outlined in the 2021 Return to Ringette document from Ringette Alberta, please adhere to the following: