To help you navigate these challenging times, this page provides information on pandemic-related restrictions, support measures, government services, and useful CFIB resources for Alberta. You’ll also learn how CFIB is fighting for your business.
September 15, 2021 restrictions - As of September 16, 2021 Alberta declared a state of emergency across the province. Several public health actions have been enacted that came into effect on September 16th and 20th.
Mandatory masking for all indoor public spaces and workplaces remains in place
Certain businesses will be able to enter into the Restriction Exemption Program (also referred to a vaccine passport) on September 20, 2021, to not have any restrictions on their operations.
Mandatory work-from-home public health order is in place unless the employer has determined a physical presence is required for operational effectiveness
Protecting your staff, customers, and business is a top priority, so we’ve put together an operational plan template to help you do just that. With tips for best practices, advice on meeting provincial compliance requirements, and links to downloadable COVID-19 resources, the plan is clear, concise, and easy to tailor to your needs.
Our primary concern at CFIB is making sure you have the support you need to get through this uncertain and challenging time. We provide you with expert advice and ensure that you have all of the latest information on government announcements and available support.