Until January 29, 2021, provincewide, all private indoor dwelling (your house) gatherings are prohibited.
This means no social gathering/partying with anyone outside of your household (meaning they live with you) is allowed inside your house.
- Do not invite friends or even extended family to your house, indoors.
Until January 29, 2021, provincewide, outdoor social gathering at your house is allowed but is limited to a maximum of 10 people.
- You must respect the indoor restrictions, which means people you invite outdoors, do not go indoors at all.
- People in attendance must ensure that physical distancing of at least two meters is maintained if they are not from the same household (for example if 2 of the 10 people are from the same household they do not have to physically distance from each other, but must from everyone else).
This means that in Saskatchewan, the most responsible way to gather/party indoors is not to gather/party at all. It's not easy, it's not fun, and everyone misses being to be able to gather/party with friends, but if the restrictions are not followed we won't stop the spread. Do your part and be responsible, which in Saskatchewan, means do not gather/party indoors at all right now.
Outdoors, the most responsible way to gather/ party is to limit the size of the gathering/party to a maximum of 10 people, and to maintain social distancing at all time if you are not from the same household. Keeping social distancing obviously means a party is going to be pretty low key, but set up properly, having 10 people over outside can still be fun (check out our tips section).