UPDATED Canadian Athletic Club Arena Covid Policies & Restrictions Exemption Program

Sep. 19, 2021

Canadian Athletic Club

New Criteria for the CAC arena usage until further notice:

EFFECTIVE Sept 20, 2021

Afternoon everyone - after much discussion, the CAC Arena will be adopting the Restrictions Exemption Program in alignment with the City Of Edmonton and based on the recommendations of the Minister Of Health.  

Effective Monday, September 20th, the following will apply to not only City Of Edmonton Facilities but also any private facility utilized by our teams:

  • Proof of negative test 

To enter spaces participating in the Restrictions Exemption Program, people aged 12 and older can show proof of a negative test result. 

  • Tests must be privately-paid COVID-19 PCR or rapid tests completed within 72 hours. 
  • Tests must not be from Alberta Health Services or Alberta Precision Laboratories. 
  • Proof of vaccination 

To enter spaces participating in the Restrictions Exemption Program, people ages 12 and older can provide proof of vaccination or documentation of a medical exemption. 

  • Sept. 20 to Oct. 25: proof of a single dose is considered acceptable as long as the dose was given more than 2 weeks before the time of service. For the purposes of tomorrow - first vaccine will have had to be administered on or before September 5th.
  • After Oct. 25: proof of double vaccination is required
  • Documentation of a Medical Exemption(Please forward proof in advance to headtrainer@cac-hockey.com for validation) 

The Province has now implemented an instant vaccine verification card generator - you do not require a MyHealth login:



*Adults over 18 are legally required to isolate for a minimum of 10 days if they have the following core symptoms that are not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition:

  • cough
  • fever
  • shortness of breath
  • runny nose
  • sore throat
  • loss of taste or smell

Children under 18 are exempt from mandatory isolation for having a runny nose or sore throat, but should stay home until well. Children are required to isolate for at least 10 days if they have the following core symptoms:

  • cough
  • fever
  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • loss of sense of taste or smell

The mandatory isolation period is 10 days from the start of symptoms, or until symptoms resolve, whichever takes longer.


Alberta Gov Page: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-public-health-actions.aspx





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