Caledon extends mask by-law

Town of Caledon News 2021-01-22 10:32:50 AM

Caledon extends mask by-law

January 22, 2021 — Following the recent provincial stay-at-home order and state of emergency, the Town of Caledon is extending its mask by-law and adapting other procedures, programs and services to comply.

“The cooperation by the vast majority of Caledon residents has been tremendous,” said Mayor Allan Thompson. “Now is the time for all of us to stay home except for essential purposes.”

“We understand that people may still have questions about compliance,” said Inspector Mike Garant, Interim Detachment Commander of Caledon OPP. “But please do not call the 911 number unless it is a true emergency. For non-emergencies in Caledon please call the OPP toll-free number at 1-888-310-1122.”

Provincial stay-at-home order
OPP officers will enforce the stay-at-home order by focusing on
• non-compliance in businesses
• complaints from the public and
• outdoor gatherings of more than five (5) people.
Officers can disperse and ticket individuals found to be non-compliance. For more information about the provincial stay-at-home order please visit

Restaurants, bars, salons
For questions or concerns about compliance, call Peel Public Health at 905-584-2216 or visit

For questions or concerns about face coverings / masks, call the Town of Caledon at 905-584-2272 x. 3462. For more information about the Town of Caledon mask by-law, visit

Outdoor rinks
There are two types of rinks in Caledon.
• Town rinks
o Ralph’s / John’s rinks at the Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness: Maximum 12 people maximum per rink
o Outdoor Ice pads (2) at the Caledon East Community Complex: Maximum17 people per rink
o Please note: Masks are mandatory for all skaters.
• Community rinks
Community rinks are maintained by volunteers: Maximum 5 people per rink at any one time.
For more information visit

Vaccination / testing
For information about vaccinations, testing and other public health measures, please visit the Region of Peel website at

Support services
Information about COVID-19 support services is available at or by dialing the 211 hotline. 211 is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week and service is available in 150 languages.

Mental health
For mental health and/or addiction services, call the Canadian Mental Health Association (Peel Dufferin) at 905-451-2123 or 1-877-451-2123. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis call the 24.7 Crisis Support line at 1-888-811-2222.

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Media contact:
Catherine McLean
Director, Customer Service and Communications
905.584.2272 x. 4146 | | @YourCaledon
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