We’re all looking for a bit of “normalcy” in COVID times and Mission Parks, Recreation & Culture has been working to offer a variety of activities that keep you active, connected and most importantly safe.
Covid-19 & Your Visit to the Leisure Centre
Mission Parks, Recreation and Culture responds to the most up-to-date Provincial Health Orders. These are subject to change.
- All adult participants 22 years of age or older require proof of vaccination except as noted below*
- All spectators 12 years and over will require proof of vaccination to enter the building* (this is currently under review by BCRPA)
- All youth participants up to 22 years of age are exempt from having to show proof of vaccination
- Adults involved as coaches, conveners, referees and staff supporting youth sport are exempt
- Parents and support persons acting in a service capacity to facilitate youth sport are exempt
- Pool participants and public skating participants are exempt
- OASIS patients are exempt from the order
- Rental / User Groups – Minor Hockey, Mission Figure Skating, Outlaws, etc. will be required to manage and monitor their participants, officials and spectators to ensure compliance. Arena users are also subject to 50% capacity IE 200 / arena
- Masks are required upon entry for those 12 years and older. Masks are not required in the pool area or while actively working out
*those 19 years of age or older who require proof of vaccination will also need to show their gov’t issued photo ID
Please note that as new PHO orders are rolled out and clarified the above information may change and we will adjust.
We ask for everyone’s patience and understanding as we continue to transition.
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