COVID-19 Community Conversation for the Edmonton Zone.

Medical Officer of Health Dr. Grazia Salvo invites you a virtual COVID-19 Community Conversation for the Edmonton Zone. Following an update on the status of COVID-19 in Alberta and the Edmonton region, and AHS’ response – including vaccine safety – Dr. Salvo will answer your questions.

Two virtual events have been scheduled:
Wednesday, March 3: 9:30 – 10:30 am (

Thursday, March 4: 5:30 – 6:30 pm (


Two virtual events have been scheduled:


To register, click on the date that works best for you.

Please feel free to submit any questions you may have when you register, or email them to us at This will help us to design a presentation that reflects your key concerns.

Book a Covid Town Hall to Have your Covid questions answered

Book COVID-19 Town Hall delivered by Nursing Students & Physicians

Public Health Physician Dr. Jia Hu, Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Calgary, Theresa Tang, and University of Alberta Nursing students are offering town halls to provide League and Community Members with information about:

  • accurate COVID information
  • debunk COVID myths
  • answer your questions about vaccination

Information on the EFCL website on how to book or ask your community league to book one.

EFCL info on outdoor social gatherings

Social Gatherings
People can have a private social gathering at an outdoor public place (for example: ice rink, fire pit) with a maximum of 10 people provided all public health measures including physical distancing are still in effect.

EFCL info on Outdoor group fitness

Outdoor group fitness is still capped at 10 people
2-metres of physical distancing must be maintained.

NO indoor fitness groups at this time

EFCL info on outdoor personal training

Outdoor Physical Activity
1-on-1 personal training is allowed
Trainers can break physical distancing to coach/ guide participant.

EFCL info regarding Community Ice use.

Ice Rinks
• The Alberta Government is still prohibiting outdoor group physical activity where maintaining two meters of physical distance is not possible or where the activity includes more than 10 persons.

• Sports like hockey and ringette are still not allowed.

• The Alberta Government is not restricting the use of equipment on the ice rinks (for example: nets, sticks, and pucks).
*Prohibiting these items on your ice is up to your League.

• Concession stands are still prohibited.

• The rink shack must remain closed (unless for bathroom purposes).

• Ice rink group activities (for example: learn to skate) are still capped at 10 people with 2-metres of physical distancing and previous free-skate ice rink capacities are in effect.

PLEASE NOTE: The maximum number of users allowed on the ice at one time for free skate is 50 people.
*If you use the calculation provided in the Biz Connect guideline and get a number greater than 50 then your capacity limit is 50 people.

  • Schools are allowed to rent/use the ice rinks so long as participation is limited to students undertaking an education program at the school or postsecondary institution. 

Spectators are not permitted at this time.

Crestwood Parkland Redevelopment


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Diana has informed the Board that she will be campaigning for the City Mayoral position in the upcoming elections.

EFCL policies state that it is a conflict of interest to hold a League Board position and engage in political activities for an elected position, Unless the League Board has approved that person to retain their position until attaining the political one.

2020.11.12 Motion-2  :   “ to have our president be allowed to retain her president position on the board while running for city office. Provided she does not use community facilities / media for her campaign.”

 Moved Peter Rivers   Seconded Rod Matheson   Carried 5/5

Email votes for this motion: Sandra, Jason, Tanis, Gord

9 of 14*  board responding – majority responding yes, 5 abstaining. Carried

*[Diana abstaining for conflict of interest, 15 board positions filled]

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Phase 3 Update!