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Welcome to partyresponsibly.ca, dedicated to raising awareness of responsible partying behavior (19+) while social gathering restrictions are in place - which they still are.
Think of it as the equivalent of a "drink responsibly" campaign.
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With concerns over a rise in cases among young adults due to social gathering and distancing restrictions loosening across the country it is more important than ever that partying is done responsibly in line with the restrictions in your province, so "know your number" relative to how many people you can party with.
Why? Because the risk of a 2nd wave of COVID 19 occuring increases if partying is not done responsibly as the restrictions are loosened.
A 2nd wave would not be good news and could mean tighter restrictions once again. No one wants that and no one wants to put lives at risk.
Partyresponsibly.ca was created to help you be aware of and understand the social gathering and social distancing restrictions in place at any given time, and give you ideas so that you can party responsibly and have fun while those restrictions are in place.
So take a few minutes to go through the website, or follow partyresponsibly.ca on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram for the latest news, ideas and help on how to party responsibly!
With the introduction of social circle/bubble/cohort concepts and loosened restrictions on the number of people you can socially gather/party with you can now have a good time over the weekend, or at any house party, pool party, birthday party, or at any kind of party through the summer.
Just do it responsibly!
Also, if you have any thoughts or ideas that you think are worth sharing, send us a note (click here), we'd love to hear from you!
As of June 12th, partying with more than 10 people is not allowed in Ontario.
Having a party with more than 10 people is not partying responsibly.
But partying with up to 10 people is, and there are two ways to do it - one with no social distancing (which means you don't have to stay 2 metres apart) and one with social distancing (which means you have to stay 2 metres apart).
If you want to party with no social distancing the best way to do it is inside of what is called a "social circle" of up to 10 people (including you and anyone you live with).
However, the 10 people in your circle (including you) have to remain constant - you can't change who they are while restrictions are in effect.
You also can't be in more than one social circle.
There are other rules which apply to forming a social circle.
Partying inside your social circle is the safest and only way to party with no social distancing restrictions.
Outside of your social circle partying is allowed with up to 10 people only with social distancing
(staying 2 metres apart).
We know you know how to party inside your social circle (since there are no restrictions), but having a good time when partying as a group of 10 people outside your social circle has its challenges.
Either way we're here to help, just as we are with tips for you no matter which province/territory you live in.
So just relax, chill and read on!
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