More Canadian Ski Resorts Announce Vaccine Mandates

More Canadian Ski Resorts Announce Vaccine Mandates

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More Canadian Ski Resorts Announce Vaccine Mandates

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If you want to ski in Quebec and most of Alberta and British Columbia this ski season, you will need to be vaccinated against Covid-19. According to the Ottawa Citizen, the Quebec Ski Area Association announced that all ski resorts will require proof of vaccination to access the lifts and indoor lodges. Some of the seventy resorts requiring it in the province include Tremblant, Mt. Saint Anne, Le Massif, Stoneham Mountain Resort, Mont Sutton, and many more. Ski resorts will require guests thirteen and above to show the vaccine passport, but this move will allow the lifts and lodges to run at full capacity.

Numerous ski resorts in British Columbia and Alberta, including Kicking Horse, Fernie, Nakiska, and Kimberly, have also announced a vaccine mandate to ride the lifts. While Ontario ski resorts are not requiring vaccine passports on the lifts, they will be required to enter lodges. This follows Grouse Mountain announcing a requirement for riding the lifts, and Whistler Blackcomb mandating it for indoor cafeteria settings.

Image/Tweet Credits: Kimberly, Kicking Horse, Tremblant

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