As per public health orders - double vaccination is required for all non exempt indoor activities at the Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex starting Sunday October 24th.
With this new requirement the current indoor capacity limits are also lifted starting October 25th and indoor mask requirements remain in effect for all indoor gatherings and events. Learn more > gov.bc.ca/COVID19
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Under the new public health orders, masks are now required for 5 yrs+ when indoors at the Strathcona Gardens.COVID Update | Under the new public health orders, masks are now required for 5 yrs+ when indoors at the Strathcona Gardens.
The staff at Strathcona Gardens sincerely appreciate the patience & support we have received from the community as we navigate public health orders to ensure the safety of us all.
REMINDER | PROOF OF COVID VACCINATION is required at Strathcona Gardens for: • People aged 12+ to enter this facility and when being a spectator at gatherings over 50 people, whether ticketed or non-ticketed sporting events. • Everyone aged 19+ must show government-issued photo ID with proof of vaccination. • Youth involved in Youth Recreational Sport as defined for people 22 years or younger are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination or government-issued photo ID. • Proof of Vaccination may be required for programs, events, and services. To obtain your vaccine card > www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html. ... See MoreSee Less
Northwest Vancouver Island Tsunami Mapping Project – Phase 1 featuring the tsunami modelling for the northwest coast of Vancouver Island, from Muchalaht Inlet to Cape Scott Provincial Park are now available at srd.ca/tsunami-mapping.
These maps present the anticipated effects of a tsunami at high tide with an additional freeboard (safety factor) to capture the most probable worst-case scenarios.
SRD's next steps will be to host in-person public engagement sessions later this month in the Kyuquot and Nuchatlitz grids to discuss & explain more about the impact of these maps.