Public Notice: Proof of Full Vaccination Required when Entering the Strathcona Paper Centre Effective Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Posted on Tuesday September 21, 2021

Please be advised that effective Wednesday, September 22, 2021, the Province of Ontario will require patrons to provide proof of full vaccination as well as identification (showing name and date of birth) before entering certain businesses and public settings.


Starting Wednesday, September 22, 2021, to enter the Strathcona Paper Centre (SPC) you will need to provide proof of full vaccination, along with identification that indicates your name and date of birth. Some exemptions apply under certain circumstances, as stated below:



Vaccination Proof Required

Vaccination Proof Not Required EXEMPTIONS

  • 18+ unless exempted
  • 18+ participating in Town programs (Senior Skate, Adult Skate, etc.)
  • Parents or guardians of youth participating in organized sports
  • Youth spectators (12-17), including at sporting events
  • Youth (12-17) not actively engaged in an organized sport (non-organized sport programs such as skating and other town run programs)


  • Medical exemption (with documented proof from physician or by a registered nurse)
  • Children under the age of 12
  • Youth under 18 who are actively participating in an organized sport (sports leagues, organized pick up sports), and coaches and officials



The health and safety of all visitors to the Strathcona Paper Centre is the Town’s top priority. To ensure a safe and positive experience, please treat everyone with respect when visiting the SPC. People not following the protocols put in place will be asked to leave the facility.


For more information regarding vaccination protocols at the SPC, please contact Nathan Murphy at 613-776-1136 or email


Questions on How to Obtain Your Proof of Vaccination:

If you have questions about how to obtain a copy of your vaccination receipt, visit the COVID-19 vaccination provincial portal or call the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. You can also refer to the Using Your Vaccination Receipt: Frequently Asked Questions.


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