Recovery: Reopenings and Closures

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The province will return to the modified version of Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen effective Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at 12:01 am for at least 21 days (until January 26, 2022), subject to trends in public health and health system indicators.

As of January 5, the following measures will be in place:

  • Social gatherings permitted to five people indoors and 10 people outdoors.

  • Organized public events permitted to five people indoors.

  • Businesses and organizations required to ensure employees work remotely unless the nature of their work requires them to be on-site.

  • Indoor weddings, funerals, and religious services, rites and ceremonies limited to 50 per cent capacity of the particular room. Outdoor services are limited to the number of people that can maintain 2 metres of physical distance. Social gatherings associated with these services must adhere to the social gathering limits.

  • Retail settings, including shopping malls, permitted at 50 per cent capacity. Physical distancing will be required in line-ups, loitering will not be permitted and food courts will be required to close. Personal care services permitted at 50 per cent capacity. Saunas, steam rooms, and oxygen bars closed.

  • Closing indoor dining at restaurants, bars and other food or drink establishments. Outdoor dining with restrictions, takeout, drive through and delivery is permitted.

  • Indoor meeting and event spaces will close with limited exceptions; outdoor spaces to remain open with restrictions.

  • Public libraries limited to 50 per cent capacity.

  • Restricting the sale of alcohol after 10 pm and the consumption of alcohol on-premise in businesses or settings after 11 pm. Delivery and takeout, grocery/convenience stores and other liquor stores exempted.

  • Closing indoor concert venues, theatres, and cinemas.

  • Rehearsals and recorded performances permitted with restrictions.

  • Closing museums, galleries, zoos, science centres, landmarks, historic sites, botanical gardens and similar attractions, amusement parks and waterparks, tour and guide services and fairs, rural exhibitions, and festivals. Outdoor establishments permitted to open with restrictions and with spectator occupancy, where applicable, limited to 50 per cent capacity.

  • Closing indoor sport and recreational fitness facilities including gyms, except for athletes training for the Olympics and Paralympics and select professional and elite amateur sport leagues. Outdoor facilities are permitted to operate but with the number of spectators not to exceed 50 per cent occupancy and other requirements.

View the Province's media release here.


City Hall and Corporate Facilities
City Hall and corporate facilities remain open for in-person services by appointment only. Walk-ins are not permitted. Some services are available via www.brampton.ca/skiptheline, for others, review the list of what’s open and closed.

Provincial regulations require members of the public to show proof of vaccination to enter certain City facilities and access services, including recreation, sports, cultural and entertainment venues. Some exemptions apply. Read more.

Safety is a joint responsibility. The City of Brampton has and will continue to implement enhanced measures at our facilities. These are aligned with guidance from the government, public health, legislation, and the City’s corporate policies. These protocols help protect, prevent, and mitigate potential risks to individuals, including visitors, contractors, customers and employees.

The province will return to the modified version of Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen effective Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at 12:01 am for at least 21 days (until January 26, 2022), subject to trends in public health and health system indicators.

As of January 5, the following measures will be in place:

  • Social gatherings permitted to five people indoors and 10 people outdoors.

  • Organized public events permitted to five people indoors.

  • Businesses and organizations required to ensure employees work remotely unless the nature of their work requires them to be on-site.

  • Indoor weddings, funerals, and religious services, rites and ceremonies limited to 50 per cent capacity of the particular room. Outdoor services are limited to the number of people that can maintain 2 metres of physical distance. Social gatherings associated with these services must adhere to the social gathering limits.

  • Retail settings, including shopping malls, permitted at 50 per cent capacity. Physical distancing will be required in line-ups, loitering will not be permitted and food courts will be required to close. Personal care services permitted at 50 per cent capacity. Saunas, steam rooms, and oxygen bars closed.

  • Closing indoor dining at restaurants, bars and other food or drink establishments. Outdoor dining with restrictions, takeout, drive through and delivery is permitted.

  • Indoor meeting and event spaces will close with limited exceptions; outdoor spaces to remain open with restrictions.

  • Public libraries limited to 50 per cent capacity.

  • Restricting the sale of alcohol after 10 pm and the consumption of alcohol on-premise in businesses or settings after 11 pm. Delivery and takeout, grocery/convenience stores and other liquor stores exempted.

  • Closing indoor concert venues, theatres, and cinemas.

  • Rehearsals and recorded performances permitted with restrictions.

  • Closing museums, galleries, zoos, science centres, landmarks, historic sites, botanical gardens and similar attractions, amusement parks and waterparks, tour and guide services and fairs, rural exhibitions, and festivals. Outdoor establishments permitted to open with restrictions and with spectator occupancy, where applicable, limited to 50 per cent capacity.

  • Closing indoor sport and recreational fitness facilities including gyms, except for athletes training for the Olympics and Paralympics and select professional and elite amateur sport leagues. Outdoor facilities are permitted to operate but with the number of spectators not to exceed 50 per cent occupancy and other requirements.

View the Province's media release here.


City Hall and Corporate Facilities
City Hall and corporate facilities remain open for in-person services by appointment only. Walk-ins are not permitted. Some services are available via www.brampton.ca/skiptheline, for others, review the list of what’s open and closed.

Provincial regulations require members of the public to show proof of vaccination to enter certain City facilities and access services, including recreation, sports, cultural and entertainment venues. Some exemptions apply. Read more.

Safety is a joint responsibility. The City of Brampton has and will continue to implement enhanced measures at our facilities. These are aligned with guidance from the government, public health, legislation, and the City’s corporate policies. These protocols help protect, prevent, and mitigate potential risks to individuals, including visitors, contractors, customers and employees.

Page last updated: 03 January 2022, 19:30