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This is the most important point.  If you are going to have people over, you need to know how many people you can have under the restrictions in place in your province (or region/area within a province).

As we all know, the restrictions change fairly often in response to increases/decreases in the spread of COVID-19.

You have to respect that.  That makes it all the more important to check what the current restrictions are.   The best way to check what current restrictions are in place is to go to federal and provincial government websites, although we recognize that in some cases those contain a lot of information (important information about many things relating to COVID-19, not just about gathering restrictions) and you may not have the patience to sift through it to find the information you are looking for.

So we've pulled that information together for you and keep it as up to date as we can.  If in doubt however, go to federal/provincial websites to ensure you have the latest information.

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An important point.  Remember, that at this time, in this environment, in some provinces, the most responsible way to party is not to party at all, because some provinces have restrictions prohibiting gathering of any kind.   Don't try to dodge the restrictions.  Accept that you can't gather/party right now because it is the right thing to do.

So, first things first.  To find out what the gathering restrictions are in your province, choose your province from the list below:

British Columbia

Alberta

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Ontario

Quebec

New Brunswick

Nova Scotia

P.E.I.

Newfoundland & Labrador

The Territories

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