BRAMPTON, ON (January 27, 2021) – On January 27, Brampton City Council unanimously approved a motion to implement mandatory masks at Brampton’s outdoor skating rinks, effective today, January 27.
Non-medical masks or face coverings are now mandatory on the ice at all of the City’s eight outdoor rinks for all participants over ten years of age.
Participants of all ages continue to be required to wear a non-medical mask or face covering in all other
areas of the outdoor skating enclosure. This includes while waiting in line, in washrooms, staging areas, and all common areas.
Community health and safety is the City’s main priority, especially during COVID-19. For rink locations, status, booking information and more, please visit www.brampton.ca/outdoorskating.
Effective Sunday, January 24, outdoor skating can only be reserved 24 hours in advance of the chosen time. For reservations, visit www.brampton.ca/outdoorskating or call 905.791.2240.
Due to high demand and limited capacity, residents are permitted one outdoor skating reservation per day. This is to ensure equitable access to outdoor skating for the entire community.
Please cancel any reservations you no longer require to ensure other residents have the opportunity to book a time. To cancel your reservation, call 905.791.2240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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