- 25-person cap. Additionally, groups are under the restrictions that an indoor venue imposes. Members must follow any of these additional restrictions which includes any further cap on persons. IE. recreation facility versus a school versus a church.
- Food or Drink cannot be consumed unless it is at a designated food or drink area where people are seated, physically distanced, and can safety remove their mask. Again, members must adhere to any additional restrictions imposed by the indoor venue in regards to food or drink consumption.
- Masks must be worn and hand sanitization product available throughout the meeting.
- High touch areas such as door handles, activity equipment, etc. should be sanitized before and after use.
There are no additional restrictions / guidelines to outdoor standards but please remember:
- There is a 50-person cap (including youth, scouters and parent helpers)
- Masks must be worn when physical distancing of 6 feet / 2 meters is not able to be maintained, but masks are encouraged throughout the meeting.
- Hand Sanitization product is made available and encouraged throughout the meeting.
- All participants must be provided a self-assessment / screening checklist to perform screening of their children or themselves before arriving at the planned Scouting activity.
- Scouters, parents or guardians and youth must not attend the programs or other Scouting activities if they are sick (any sickness - not limited to COVID illness).
Amy Kehoe - Council Youth Commissioner
Zach Fitzsimmons - Council Commissioner
Justin Dubreuil - Interim Council Relationship Manager