As CityU in Canada continues to transition from COVID-19 specific orders and protocols back to normal institutional policies and guidance as outlined by the Ministry in their information for postsecondary institutions, our CityU community understand that stopping the spread of COVID-19 relies on everyone doing their part, including: immunization, daily self-administered health checks, staying home when sick, and practicing hand hygiene.
September 17, 2021
In light of the recently mandated Covid-19 restrictions announced by the provincial government in Alberta, all Fall 2021 courses currently offered at City University in Canada Alberta campuses will continue in the virtual synchronous format until the Winter 2022 quarter.
Further guidance and instructions related to your specific courses will be made available shortly. If you have any questions, please contact local program directors.
As the situation in Alberta continues to evolve we urge you to stay alert for any forthcoming CityU announcements. Please stay safe and get vaccinated!
September 4, 2021
- Masks are mandatory in all indoor public spaces and workplaces.
- Employees must mask in all indoor work settings, except in work stations.
- Schools are not required to implement masking, but school boards will continue to set COVID-19 management policies as deemed appropriate.
- Masks are not required while participating in a physical fitness activity, performance activity, or a worship service at a place of worship.
- Albertans are encouraged to limit in-person contacts.
- Unvaccinated Albertans are strongly recommended to limit indoor social gatherings to close contacts of only 2 cohort families up to a maximum of 10 people
- Employers are recommended to continue work-from-home measures where possible, and to pause or revert plans to have staff return to work.
- If employees are working on location, they must mask in all indoor settings except work stations.
- Isolation is still legally required for people who have COVID-19 symptoms or tested positive.
- Campus safety plan in place, guided by Alberta Health
Please review the Government of Alberta, Chief Medical Officer of Health (AB), Ministry of Advanced Education (AB), and Occupational Health and Safety (AB) for official information.