|MMIC Updates:||Links & Information|
|Covid-19 Federal Resources:||Covid-19 Canada|
|Covid 19 Provincial Resources:||Covid-19 Manitoba|
|Business Resources:||Covid-19 Business Support|
|Staff Resources:||Covid-19 Employee Support|
|Dealership Sales:||Retail businesses fully open providing 2 meter social distancing is enforced.|
|Dealership Service:||Retail businesses fully open providing 2 meter social distancing is enforced.|
|On Road Riding:||Permitted|
|Off Road Riding:||Open|
|Competition Facilities & Race Tracks|
Professional outdoor sports, outdoor performing arts events and concert halls may open for fully immunized (two doses and two weeks post second dose) to a maximum of 100 per cent.
|Additional Information||Manitoba Retailer|
Latest restrictions here https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/prs/index.html
Manitoba reaches the second phase of their 4-3-2-1 summer plan. Details here .
Retail stores may open with capacity limits of up to 50 per cent or 500 people, whichever is lower, with other public health measures still in effect.
Manitoba – Premier Brian Pallister and his government are offering Manitobans an incentive to curb the federal Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB). The Manitoba Job Restart Program is offering direct payments, up to $2,000, to help Manitobans return to work. Manitoba’s program provides a single initial payment of $500 followed by three bi-weekly payments of $500 each, for a total of $2,000 over six weeks. To be eligible, participants must voluntarily stop collecting CERB or Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) support and actively return to work to a job requiring at least 30 hours per week in order to receive the first payment.
From CBC June 20/2020
The province hadn’t closed its interprovincial borders, but it had established information checkpoints at provincial border crossings — four entering from Saskatchewan and one from Ontario — to inform travellers of the risk of COVID-19.
APR 30, 2020
The first phase of Manitoba’s response to COVID-19 pandemic has been reacting to the public health emergency by introducing increasingly restrictive measures to reduce the spread of the disease. We are now in a position to ease these restrictions and support economic recovery by taking measures to restore some services…MORE