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March 10, 2022 update

Information is accurate as at 3:00 p.m. EDT. Information may be affected by subsequent announcements.

Links to government announcements follow at the end of the update.


  • Nunavut - Plan to lift public health restrictions: Effective March 14, 2022, in most of the territory: (i) private gatherings will be permitted with 15 people plus a single household indoors or 100 people outdoors; (ii) public indoor gatherings may be held at 50% capacity, to a maximum of 50 people; (iii) certain indoor venues may open at 50% capacity, including restaurants, theatres, arenas and places of worship (maximum of 50 people), and gyms, swimming pools, libraries and museums (maximum 25 people). Remaining restrictions are expected to be lifted between March 14 and April 11, 2022.

  • Ontario - Relaxation of public health restrictions: Effective March 21, 2022, the requirement to wear a mask in most public places (except for public transit, health care and long‑term and congregate care settings) is removed.

  • Quebec - Change to self-isolation requirement: Effective March 12, 2022, household members in contact with a person with COVID‑19 will no longer be required to self‑isolate.

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