Updated July 16, 2021

The province has moved into Step 3 – matches can continue to meet in person

Our province has moved into Step 3 of the Roadmap to Reopen, which means you can continue to meet in person (only if you feel comfortable) and you can enjoy more options now that up to 25 people can gather indoors and up to 100 outdoors. Things like…dining in restaurants and going to museums and festivals.

Our masking and physical distancing guidelines remain unchanged regardless if people are fully vaccinated or not. This means that whether you are indoors or out, masks are required when you are not able to stay two meters apart (therefore, in cars).

We hope you have a great summer!

Updated June 30, 2021

The province has moved into Step 2 – matches can meet indoors again.

Effective today, and only if you feel comfortable, matches are permitted to meet indoors as long as no more than five people are gathering and everyone is able to stay two metres apart during the visit.

Rides in cars are also now permitted as long as everyone in the vehicle is wearing a mask.

Whether indoors or out, masks are required when you are not able to stay two meters apart.

This change is in accordance with Step 2 of the Ontario government’s three-step Roadmap to Reopen. Step 2 also allows for most of the summer activities you like to do (with restrictions).

Happy summer!

Updated June 3, 2021

The province’s stay-at-home order has been lifted – matches can meet in person again!

After a long wait, the provincial stay-at-home order has been lifted! Effective today, matches can begin to meet in person as long as you remain outdoors, keep two metres apart, and wear a mask when keeping two meters apart is not possible. Unfortunately, this means no riding in cars together.

We are keeping a close eye on the Ontario government’s three-step Roadmap to Reopen and will continue to keep you updated through our website and email.  In the meantime, please reach out to your mentoring coordinator if you have any questions at all. Your health and safety is our highest priority – always.

**If you are going to meet in person you must submit a signed waiver and have approval from your Mentoring Coordinator. If both Big and Little have already completed their waivers and previously gotten the go-ahead from your Mentoring Coordinator, you can proceed with in-person visits.**

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BBBSC – Mentor Consent and Waiver

Please refer to the COVID In-Person Match Visit Guideline to ensure your match meetings are as safe as possible.

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