Tag Archives: Saskatchewan

Church Doors Are Opening!

This entry is part 31 of 33 in the series COVID-19.

Exciting announcements have been made this week about places of worship! Ontario announced that all places of worship across the province can re-open to 30% capacity, Alberta announced it was removing gathering restrictions on places of worship, and both Saskatchewan and New Brunswick recently increased worship gathering size. As governments… More

COVID-19: Virtual AGMs in Saskatchewan & Manitoba

This entry is part 29 of 33 in the series COVID-19.

Last week, both Saskatchewan and Manitoba issued Orders in Council to allow virtual meetings for corporations, adding to the list of provinces trying to provide flexibility for corporate meetings. Saskatchewan In Saskatchewan, OC 222/2020 authorizes non-profit corporations to hold annual general meetings (AGMs) by phone, video-conference or other electronic means,… More

COVID-19: Ontario Allows Drive-in Worship Services

This entry is part 26 of 33 in the series COVID-19.

On May 16, Ontario amended its emergency order to allow drive-in worship services. This brings Ontario in line with other provinces, including Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia which both already permit drive-in services. New Brunswick has guidelines for outdoor religious services and British Columbia has never prohibited worship services, but has… More

COVID-19: A Call to Include Religious Organizations in Re-Opening Plan

This entry is part 22 of 33 in the series COVID-19.

Provinces across Canada are beginning to ease restrictions, lift lockdowns and take steps to restore economic, social and public activities. CCCC, Christian Legal Fellowship and The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, have written a joint letter to Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford, calling for religious organizations to be part of that province’s… More