|MMIC UPDATES:||Links & Information|
|COVID-19 FEDERAL RESOURCES:||COVID-19 CANADA|
|COVID 19 PROVINCIAL RESOURCES:||COVID-19 ALBERTA|
|BUSINESS RESOURCES:||COVID-19 BUSINESS|
|BUSINESS RESTRICTIONS:||COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS|
|STAFF RESOURCES:||EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE|
|DEALERSHIP SALES:||See chart below|
|DEALERSHIP SERVICE:||See chart below|
|TRAINING SCHOOLS:||Reduced capacity|
|ON ROAD RIDING:||Local only recommended|
|OFF ROAD RIDING:||Open|
|COMPETITION FACILITIES:||Reduced capacity|
Alberta Returns to Stage 1
Mandatory restriction – Provincewide – Revised April 6
Retail services and shopping malls must limit customer capacity to 15% of fire code occupancy (not including staff) or a minimum of 5 customers. This includes individual stores and common areas (see calculating occupancy limits).
Retail services include but are not limited to:
Alberta – The government is making a $10 million investment in targeted serology testing for COVID-19. It will fund two studies measuring COVID-19 antibody prevalence in groups of children in Calgary and Edmonton until 2022, a study testing blood samples across the province, and a test of Albertans aged 45 with the goal of getting a better sense of how many in the province have been exposed to COVID-19. Meanwhile, Health Minister Tyler Shandro today reported that Alberta Health Services is now doing 70% of normal surgery volume, expecting to be on track at 100% by September.
|# of Students|
|Too Cool Motorcycle School||Open||Virtual||8|
From CBC June 20/2020
Alberta has no border checkpoints or travel restrictions, but non-essential travel outside the province is not recommended.
However, the Northwest Territories government has tweaked its checkpoint program at the N.W.T.-Alberta border allowing Albertans to obtain access passes to the Fort Smith, N.W.T. area.Alberta-Apr17