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Last Updated: April 1, 2020 at 9:52 a.m. ET
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FederalRecommending everyone avoid non-essential gatherings and practice social distancing.
Government info page
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British ColumbiaState of emergency declared. Bars, pubs, and nightclubs ordered to close, but liquor-primary and food-primary establishments now permitted to sell packaged liquor products with the purchase of a take-away or delivery meal. Restaurants and cafes are to offer take-away foods in single use containers or by delivery only.BC Centre for Disease Control info page
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AlbertaPublic health emergency declared. No gatherings with more than 15 people are allowed. Albertans are prohibited from attending all non-essential retail businesses. All dine-in services are prohibited. Takeout, delivery and drive-through services are still allowed. Licensed establishments are now permitted to sell alcohol with takeout and delivery meals.
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SaskatchewanState of emergency declared. Public and private gatherings are limited to a maximum of 10 people in one room, effective March 26, 2020. Exceptions are provided where two-metre distancing between people can be maintained. All non-essential businesses must close. Foodservice businesses may continue to operate takeout (including drive-thru) and delivery service. Any licensed restaurants and taverns in Saskatchewan will be permitted to sell alcohol as an offsale according to SLGA regulations indefinitely.
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ManitobaState of emergency declared. All non-essential businesses must close. Foodservice businesses may continue to operate takeout (including drive-thru) and delivery service. Licensed establishments are now permitted to sell alcohol with takeout and delivery meals.
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OntarioState of emergency declared. All non-essential businesses must close. Foodservice businesses may continue to operate takeout (including drive-thru) and delivery service. Licensed establishments are now permitted to sell alcohol with takeout and delivery meals.
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QuebecPublic health emergency declared. All non-essential businesses must close. Foodservice businesses may continue to operate takeout (including drive-thru) and delivery service.
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New BrunswickState of emergency declared. Travel across provincial borders is now restricted and a 14-day quarantine is now required for those crossing the border. Recreational establishments must close, including all bars. Restaurants may remain open, but are limited to takeout (including drive-thru) and delivery service.
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Nova ScotiaState of emergency declared. Gatherings must be limited to no more than 5 people. Bars and other drinking establishments must close. Restaurants may remain open, but are limited to takeout (including drive-thru) and delivery service. Licensed establishments are now permitted to sell alcohol with takeout and delivery meals.
Government info page
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Prince Edward IslandPublic health emergency declared. Recreational establishments must close, including all bars. Restaurants may remain open, but are limited to takeout (including drive-thru) and delivery service.
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Newfoundland & Labrador
Emergency health measures invoked. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Restaurants and other foodservice businesses must close, but takeout, including drive-thru, and delivery are still encouraged.Government order
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