Indoor facilities that participate in the Restrictions Exemption Program:
- Must limit capacity to:
- 50% if venue seats more than 1,000 people.
- 500 people if venue seats between 500 and 1,000 people.
- No food and drink consumption in seated audience settings or during intermissions in the above mentioned venues.
WORLD JUNIORS TOURNAMENT GETS IT TOO
So the World Junior Hockey Championship will be at 50% capacity, and the concessions must not be allowed to be open because people have to leave their masks on at all times at seated events. Tough one here…
— Quinn Phillips (@QJPhillips) December 21, 2021
“Following the announcement that the Province of Alberta will be implementing capacity limits for indoor sporting events, the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship will be reducing capacity to 50 per cent for all games, effective immediately.The event ticketing team is currently addressing the implementation of this change and will be in contact with all ticket holders by the end of the day on Thursday, Dec. 23. No further ticket information is available at this time, but we thank our ticket holders for their patience and request that they please wait to receive the detailed communication before inquiring about next steps.”
“We will continue to do our part to maintain the health and safety of all World Juniors participants and the community at large.”