Resources and Updates
IMPORTANT LINKS TO NOTE:
Information and Planning Sources
People from outside Saskatchewan are welcome to visit Prince Albert National Park. According to the Government of Saskatchewan Guidelines, people who enter or re-enter Saskatchewan should: self-monitor for 14 days; self-isolate at the first sign of symptoms; observe all public health measures including distancing and maximum number of people allowed to gather.
Government of Saskatchewan Update: Information for Saskatchewan Residents
Government of Canada virus update: Update and Advisories
World Health Organization (WHO) – Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Parks Canada - Prince Albert National Park Updates
Destination Canada - Updates on Programs
Coronavirus Resource Hub - Personal, Business, Mental Health, and More
TIAC - Impact on Tourism
You can find information about supports for small businesses here: http://canada.ca/covid-19-business
For Saskatchewan Small Business Support visit here: Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment
Government of Saskatchewan: Call 1-800-667-6102
You might also contact the constituency office of your MLA. You can look up your MLA here: https://www.legassembly.sk.ca/mlas/mla-contact-information/
You might also contact your local municipal office.
Call 2-1-1 for information about support in your community
Canadian Chamber of Commerce Pandemic Preparedness for Business: http://www.chamber.ca/resources/pandemic-preparedness/
Tourism HR Canada COVID-19 Resources: http://tourismhr.ca/resources/coronavirus/
We will get through this by working together. If you are a Canadian manufacturer or business that can assist Canada in meeting the need for medical supplies, your help is needed. Please visit this website to learn more and submit a proposal.
INFORMATION FOR VISITORS:
Parks Canada, UPDATE, November 4th 2021 To help Canadians gain access to the health and wellness benefits that come from being outdoors and in nature. Visitors are now welcome. Not all services are in full use. FULL INFORMATION HERE.
More information regarding camping will be made available over time. Please visit pc.gc.ca frequently for information and updates.
As we begin the holiday season, we take a moment to reiterate the recent provincial public health measures that took effect on September 17, 2021 and the impact on the visitor experience in Prince Albert National Park.
Mandatory Masking Indoor Public Spaces
Effective Friday, September 17, 2021 an interim province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces, including schools.
Indoor public spaces are any enclosed space other than a private home or dwelling. This may include but is not exclusive to workplaces, retail locations, recreational venues, eating and dining establishments and professional buildings. “Indoor public spaces” includes those areas of a business or venue that are restricted to staff only (areas where there is no access for the public).
For more information on the recent public health measures (September 17), or to see the Public Health Order, visit https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/health-care-administration-and-provider-resources/treatment-procedures-and-guidelines/emerging-public-health-issues/2019-novel-coronavirus/public-health-measures
People from outside Saskatchewan are welcome to visit Prince Albert National Park. According to the Government of Saskatchewan guidelines, people who enter or re-enter Saskatchewan should: self-monitor for 14 days; self-isolate at the first sign of symptoms; observe all public health measures including distancing and the maximum number of people allowed to gather.
INFORMATION FOR CABIN AND COTTAGE OWNERS:
UPDATE ON COVID-19 COMMUNITY IMPACT
Waskesiu Townsite Information
The health and safety of visitors, employees and all Canadians is of the utmost importance and Parks Canada will follow the advice and guidance of public health authorities in resuming visitor access and services. Only places and activities where health and safety risks can be mitigated will be available for visitation.
Opening Parks Canada places to visitors offers Canadians opportunities to physically distance in natural settings. The government is asking Canadians to be cautious and conservative in their use of these places, to observe travel restrictions, to respect the guidance of public health authorities, and to make every effort to flatten the curve and keep one another safe.
Visitors should not expect the kind of experience that they have had in the past. Parks Canada is adapting to the COVID-19 situation and visitor access and services will be limited.
Please follow Parks Canada’s social media channels and visit our website for information and updates on the status of all Parks Canada.
Tools & Resources to Help Businesses Navigate
The government of Saskatchewan enhances services to assist employers
The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training (ICT) supports employers and industries through programs and services targeted at developing, attracting and retaining a skilled workforce.
Saskatchewan employers and industries are facing difficult challenges. To help mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ICT Employer Services Branch is offering concierge services for employers. The customizable suite of features assists with navigation and selection of the Government of Saskatchewan and Government of Canada programs and services.
Government of Saskatchewan Business Response Team
The Government of Saskatchewan has assembled a Business Response Team to address the economic challenges in Saskatchewan stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. Led by the Ministry of Trade and Export Development, the Business Response Team will work with businesses to identify federal and provincial support programs available.
Businesses can contact the team by calling 1-844-800-8688, emailing email@example.com or by visiting Saskatchewan.ca/covid19-businesses.
Many Canadian business owners and entrepreneurs are anxious about how to get the help they need in the face of COVID-19. Here are a few good places to start:
We're Here to Help
TIAC has compiled a list of relevant and official information sources, mental health resources, as well as government updates and useful links which can be found here:
Wellness Together Canada: Mental Health and Substance Use Support:
We recognize the significant strain that COVID-19 has placed on individuals and families across the country. Many people are concerned about their physical and mental well being. Canadians are being challenged in a number of ways because of isolation, financial and employment uncertainty and disruptions to daily life. Wellness Together Canada provides tools and resources to help get Canadians back on track. These include modules for addressing low mood, worry, substance use, social isolation and relationship issues.
Email Updates Archived
New information is being shared at a rapid pace and we know it can be overwhelming. If you think you may have missed something, head over here to see all the communications that TIAC released so far:
Together we will get through this.